Talk:Major Contributions of Those of African Descent to the Realms of Philosophy, Science, Literature, and the Liberal Arts
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|This article was nominated for deletion on January 4, 2012.
The result of the discussion was Keep.
DIS IS RACIST !! • • • Wednesday, 06:17, Nov 11 2009
RACIST!!!!!!! -- Hi, hey! I'M A MOTERFUCKING NIGGER BITCH LOVER 00:09, November 22, 2010 (UTC)
- DUH!!!!! GUN SotM UotM PMotM UotY PotM WotM 00:10, 22 November 2010
- It is? Eh... no it isn't. -- 20101122 - 00:21 (UTC)
edit History lesson:
Hey, do you know why blacks haven't made a significant contribution to the arts? You sure you wanna know? Well, let's find out! .. ... .... ..... Did you find out? What's the answer you came up with? Poverty? Less autonomy for a higher, critical education due to that poverty? Having less autonomy for a significant education means a lower chance of having labor with significant value? Labor with lower value contributes to that poverty? Poverty in rich nations (wealth inequality) leads to crime?Blacks commit more crime because of that poverty? That leads to discrimination in the workplace for blacks who have found the autonomy for education? Fucking wow, you've proven you have a skull in your fucking head!
QVFD. --126.96.36.199 15:11, October 11, 2011 (UTC)
edit Newt Gingrich?
Really, if you can say you didn't stick your tongue in a socket and die, haven't you contributed more than Gingrich? --Nikau 13:12, January 12, 2012 (UTC)
edit See also
I've removed the See also section, even though it was part of Guildy's original creation, because it attracted listcruft. In being subdivided into See Alsos for notable whites, then notable blacks, it retold the original joke (beat it into the ground, actually), whereas the original page title plus illustration does it short-and-sweet.
On the underlying reality, and Anon's scolding above: Inequality of results might be partly caused by (1) white racism or (2) poverty resulting from white racism. It might also be caused by the fact that (3) blacks were slaves in much of America during much of our history, or (4) they are different groups of people and might not, on average, be equally good at all things, or (5) major cultural differences still exist and the various groups might not wish to become equally good at all things, or (6) black racism resulting from activists describing a world full of white racism. Not a reason to prejudge anyone--nor for government to intervene until it achieves absolute sameness.
The article, meanwhile, perpetuates an unfortunate stereotype. And is very funny.15:45 7-Jun-12