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Miscegenology as a science?
« on: April 21, 2007, 11:43:31 AM »
As always, Nature delights in presenting masterpieces on both sides. She keeps herself serenely above our theories.

Partisans of free sexual exchange between races can quote some examples of wonderfully fine mulattos, much more useful and attractive than their mono-racial ancestors: quadroons of genius such as Dumas and Hugo. They define human alloy as one of those hereditary contaminations which betray themselves in intellectual brilliancy or physical exquisiteness.

Their adversaries retort with any number of cases drawn from colonial history, medical pathology and criminology, by way of proving that the half-breed is an ugly or noxious product, base, limited and undependable, subject to terrible physical ills and incapable of any intellectual accomplishment.

Study of living amalgams has, nevertheless, long since led science to recognise the close cousinship of all humanity, and to envisage humanity as one and indivisible.

What, in fact, really dissociates the animal species is the impossibility of fecundation between them, or at least successive fecundation. An ass and a mare will certainly produce a mule; but the mule itself remains sterile. It is only in libertine Ovid that a swan makes charming Leda pregnant, and that a bull does the same service for another lecherous lady. The centaurs, griffons and sphinxes of classical fable never lived except in the world of poets.

But all men, red, brown, black, olive, hairy or smooth-skinned, perhaps even the great anthropoid ape (he keeps his ideas to himself, but certain stories of women carried off into the jungle are disturbing)—in any case, all men can fecundate any woman, be she as White as a dream. The only exceptions are the consistently sterile.

On the other hand, ever since the earliest stud-farm, people have been conscious of the danger of failing to renew a race, to maintain its strength even by the most paradoxical contributions, such as crossing well-fed, highly-bred subjects with starveling wild strains.

Royal lines, by their degeneracy, have borne witness to the peril of failing to keep in contact with the earth, like Antaeus in the splendid fable, and to return for renewal to the lower orders, to the peasantry, to the poor, those paradoxical possessors of the most wonderful kind of wealth: good health. The triumph of the cosmopolitan race which arose in the United States from the leavings of Europe, as though all America had become one enormous laboratory, has illustrated the thesis that fusion is all to the good.

Here, of course, it was a question only of inter-marriage between Whites: Poles and Latins, Irish and Saxons—all Aryans, with even the Semitic element excluded until recent times.

Meanwhile scientific knowledge about generation, groping during all the centuries from Lucretius’s crooked atoms—which, after all, were not so ridiculous—to Buffon’s animalculae, suddenly acquired a little enlightenment, thanks to patient study of mice and flies.

It was found that a black element, introduced into a white strain, might disappear entirely, and then reappear completely at the fifth or tenth remove. This even led to the deduction of an immutable law of periodicity.

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Re: Miscegenology as a science?
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2007, 11:45:20 AM »
How do we reconcile the fact that white women are the most beautiful but white men certainly are not the most beautiful of men?  How do we reconcile the fact that many biracial people are very beautiful but their proliferation will take the white woman out of this world?

In my humble opinion the answer lies in acknowledging how inferior the white man is.  He is so inferior that he drags the white woman down with him into the history annals and fossil records.

To be born a white man - isn't that disgraceful?
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Re: Miscegenology as a science?
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2007, 01:46:33 PM »


Here, of course, it was a question only of inter-marriage between Whites: Poles and Latins, Irish and Saxons—all Aryans, with even the Semitic element excluded until recent times.


I don't believe this at all.  Jewish people mixed into the EUropean gene pool especially in Germany and what is now Poland.  There are love stories about handsome Persian and Arab princes marrying European ladies.  What is consistently true in all these cases is that the white woman, coloured man couplings seemed to be supremely erotic, loving, 'true' couplings based on love and intimacy rather than social convenience.

What Marx said about capitalism degrading the family relationship and turning it into a mere formal relationship between economic slaves of different social status, is true.

But inter-racial marriage is true love and therefore portends ill for capitalism.
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Re: Miscegenology as a science?
« Reply #3 on: April 24, 2007, 12:51:47 PM »
A whole thread of fruit... that's a lot of vitamins  :P

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Re: Miscegenology as a science?
« Reply #4 on: April 24, 2007, 01:31:26 PM »
It was found that a black element, introduced into a white strain, might disappear entirely, and then reappear completely at the fifth or tenth remove. This even led to the deduction of an immutable law of periodicity.
http://geocities.com/neurotic_peacock/wwcm/part3-6.htm

I'm sorry, but this is nonsense.  You're referring to the long-discredited belief in "telegony".  The idea of "telegony" is that if a white woman has sex with a black man and has a child with him, and then has sex with a white man, the second child might also have black characteristics.

This is easily disproved and is utterly false.  It's simple genetics.  The male and female chromosomes come together and whatever happened in the past is utterly irrelevant.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telegony_%28pregnancy%29


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Re: Miscegenology as a science?
« Reply #5 on: April 24, 2007, 02:33:54 PM »
I'm sorry, but this is nonsense.  You're referring to the long-discredited belief in "telegony".  The idea of "telegony" is that if a white woman has sex with a black man and has a child with him, and then has sex with a white man, the second child might also have black characteristics.

This is easily disproved and is utterly false.  It's simple genetics.  The male and female chromosomes come together and whatever happened in the past is utterly irrelevant.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telegony_%28pregnancy%29




Hello.

I think what the writer meant was that a person with at least one black person in their family history has the chance of being born pure-black.  We have seen examples of biracial people giving birth to blonde blue-eyed children so this is probably true. 
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Re: Miscegenology as a science?
« Reply #6 on: April 29, 2007, 11:49:40 PM »
That settles it!

I hereby move that the American Psychiatric Association formally recognize the sydrome known as "creeping jigabooism" in their textbook of mental abnormalities!