لأَنَّ فِي كَثْـــرَةِ الْحِكْمَةِ كَثْـــرَةُ الْغَمِّ
وَالَّذِي يَزِيـــدُ عِلْماً يَزِيـــدُ حُزْناً
Starting at 2:29:00, this guy tells it like it is. Siberians, go home!
“And, furthermore, that some people have a sex life and others don’t just because some are more attractive than others. I wanted to acknowledge that if people don’t have a sex life, it’s not for some moral reason, it’s just because they’re ugly. Once you’ve said it, it sounds obvious, but I wanted to say it.” — Michel Houellebecq
Seriously though, even if Kennewick man was a proto-European of some sort, are 'native Americans' a problem these days? There's barely any of them left in America. This guy's priorities (as in ethnic nationalism) is a bit off.
Funny speech, he goes on to talk about Faustian spirit, Promethean and my favorite, He-Man and the power of Greyskull!
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“A wise man makes his own decisions; an ignorant man follows public opinion.” ― Chinese proverb
“The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance.” ― Socrates
“Damnant quod non intelligunt.” ― Latin proverb
Quoted for truth:
Pseudoscience is a huge problem in the Alt Right. People believe in all kinds of crazy ideas like Paleolithic continuity or British Israelism. I mean, it's not like empirical science is your enemy when you're objectively superior, right?
Anyway I think his speech, unintentionally, is a mockery of the whole topic of 'indigenousness'. It doesn't matter if Australian Aboriginals or the Irish inhabited Ireland first. Property rights don't exist in nature, only as an agreement among human peers - a social construct.
If you've got time to ponder whether you're indigenous or not based on Pleistocene migrations you obviously don't have any real problems to worry about.