Satoshi Kanazawa, most recently famous for his (now retracted) claim that black women are less attractive to the human mind, has attracted support from some very interesting characters recently. In Times Higher Education, a group of psychologists called his treatment unfair and supported the publication of his racist, diarrheic mind-meanderings.
They are doing their best to say that peer-review is a trustworthy process (which it is most of the time), but who ARE these defenders? They include such moral luminaries as:
Christopher Brand, who has spoken in support of selective human breeding …
Richard Lynn, advocate for eugenics …
Byron Roth, avid anti-immigration/diversity scholar …
And J. Philippe Rushton, who spoke at a white nationalist meeting stating that the “problem” of Islam is genetic …
And so many more unscrupulous characters at the link! With friends like these … bleh.
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