Ethnic Reality

There’s a black guy, a Chinese guy and a White guy sitting at a bar, talking about what they like about women.

The black guy says, I like women with a big ass.

The Chinese guy says, I like women with big tits.

They look over at the White guy and say what about you?

The white guy says, “huh? I was just thinking about how big your guys’ dicks are.”

SOURCE: r/hapas

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Hollywood Roundup XXXII

Criminal Minds S04E17: female African pathologist, S04E18: Afropean male upper chest nudity, S04E24: Japanese female pathologist, S05E06: East Asian female forensic pathologist, S05E04: insinuated sexual interest between grieving Afropean female and Afropean male agent, Afropean male FBI agent rebuffs a US European separatist in Montana when he talks about US government of US Africans calling it ‘conspiracies’, S05E14: hyper-heterosexualized European male (European females lust after him, European females sex him, impregnates married mistress, has wife and son), S05E18: hyper-heterosexualized Anglopean male agent (declares himself “a handsome Brit”, trained sniper, saves European female agent with whom it is insinuated that there is sexual interest), S05E21: Anglopean male detective is described by one European female as “arrogant, oversexed, egotistical…” and a “hot, British dude, with a sexy accent, badge and gun” by another European female, European male describes Afropean male detective as “muscle-bound, modern-day 007”, S06E04: Afropean female with European male sexual partner, S06E07: Three European males rape multiple European females, S06E08: Afropean female forensic pathologist, S06E12: Abusive European male academic married to Afropean female who commits suicide, has psychotic murdering male Afropean child, S06E18: Afropean female engaged to European male, Irish mobster, IRA terrorist, S06E22: Afropean male medical doctor.

Grimm S06E08: Female Afropean biochemistry professor, South Asian biochemistry professor.

The Magicians S02E04: Bisexual European male sexes European female and Spaniard male, S02E05: European male professor recalls his multiple sexing of students, European male sexes European female.

quantico-2-12Quantico S02E12: Insinuated that Afropean female has feelings for Latino European male, Chinese repressed homosexual marries European female, Chinese repressed homosexual tries to strangle European male who he blames for his sexual feelings.

One of Us (UK) S01E01: European male has an Afropean girlfriend who was raped by an European male.

AMREN 2014: Douglas Whitman

Douglas Whitman (PhD Entomology)
The Evolutionary and Biological Reality of Race
American Renaissance 2014

Whitman’s thesis: We can with high accuracy categorize people into races both visually and through software … thus races exist. Anyone who says otherwise is stupid.

It’s Nicholas Wade all over again.

Whitman uses two examples of how intuitive it is to categorize people into races.

wade 1wade 2Note how Whitman carefully selects only three human phenotypes to facilitate his confirmation bias.

Where would he place a brown Afropean? Or a pink Afropean? Or a dark brown Dravidian or Malay? Would he be able to visually categorize between a Southern Han and a brown Khoisan? What about a brown Aryan, a brown Arab, a brown Turk and a brown Latino? How does one scientifically determine where to lump and/or split?

But what of software? Is software not created by a coder who would input bias if he were looking for racial categories?

Racist Media Hebrews

Some examples of Hebrew writers, directors and producers who allowed or created racial stereotypes in their movies/TV shows. [1]

  1. House M.D. (2004-2012): Created by David Shore. Dr. House decided to become a doctor because of Japanese racism against the Burakumin. [update: actors Lisa Edelstein and Peter Jacobson, Hebrew character Robert Sean Leonard].
  2. Alias (2001-2006): Created by J.J. Abrams. Sadistic Chinese torturer who specializes in teeth removal. [update: actors Kevin Weisman, Victor Garber, Michael Vartan, Greg Grunberg, Ron Rifkin, executive producer Ken Olin].
  3. The Nanny (1993-1999): Created by Fran Drescher. Makes a joke about the eyes of the Chinese attending a funeral.
  4. The Delta Force (1986): Directed by Menahem Golan. Arab terrorists hijack a plane. [update: actor Martin Balsam, Joey Bishop, Susan Strasberg, Lainie Kazan].
  5. Rising Sun (1993): Written and directed by Phillip Kaufman. The Japanese are anti-African racists who lust for blond European prostitutes, Japanese businessmen represent economic ‘yellow peril’ and are “ruthless, aggressive people intent on getting their way in business through blackmail, extortion and even murder.” [update: actor Harvey Keitel].
  6. Bonanza (1959-1973): Created by David Dortort. Chinese coolies, Chinese general has his henchman commit murder and thinks of a Chinese female as his “property,” Chinese cook Hop Sing pronounces “three” as ‘flea’ and “dollar” as ‘dolla’. Sing and his cousins are introduced with gongs and serenaded with so-called ‘oriental’ music. Also includes Mexican bandits and “primitive and proud” Native Americans. [update: actors Lorne Greene, Michael Landon].
  7. Pawnee (1957): Written by Endre Bohem. Native Americans portrayed as savages.
  8. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984): Directed by Steven Spielberg. Evil Chinese gangster, token East Asian sidekick who gets killed, Indians perform human sacrifices, rich Indians eat snakes stuffed with smaller snakes, monkey brains, soup with monkey eyes and large beetles. [update: actor Harrison Ford].
  9. Banshee (2013 ): Created by Jonathan Tropper. East Asian hairdresser-drag queen i.e. the effeminate Asian male stereotype.
  10. Sex and the City (2008): Created by Darren Star. An East Asian male comes to an interview in a suit and pink high heels, the effeminate Asian male stereotype [update: associate producer Amy B. Harris, actors Sarah Jessica Parker, Evan Handler, David Eigenberg, Lynn Cohen].
  11. Chelsea Lately (2007 – ): Host/writer Chelsea Handler. Insinuates that East Asian males have small penises and in another episode, that African males have large penises (which she desires).
  12. Cloud Atlas (2012): Directors/writers Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski. Multiple instances of yellowface.
  13. Fargo (1996): Written and directed by Joefbil Coen and Ethan Coen. Effeminate, model-minority East Asian male living with his parents, lies to a European female in an attempt to get pity sex while stalking another European female.
  14. Two and a Half Men (2003 – 2015): Created by Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn. Uni-directional romance with four different East Asian females.
  15. Fast and the Furious (2001): Director Rob Cohen, producer Neal H. Moritz. Violent East Asian gangsters and mentioned uni-directional romance.
  16. Aladdin (1992): Original anti-Arab musical score lyrics from Howard Ashman and composed by Alan Menken. By what stretch of logic does “Where they cut off your ear if they don’t like your face” fit into a children’s cartoon movie? Voice of Aladdin character was played by Scott Weinger. Produced by Disney [Chairman Michael Eisner].
  17. Mexicali Shmoes (1959): Director Isadore Freleng, Mel Blanc voices both Speedy Gonzalez and Jose characters. Stereotypical Mexican (lazy, slow, dim-witted) mouse Slowpoke Rodriguez.
  18. Mexican Boarders (1962): Director Isadore Freleng, Mel Blanc voice Speedy Gonzalez character. Stereotypical Mexican (lazy, slow, dim-witted) mouse Slowpoke Rodriguez.
  19. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993-1995): Created by Haim Saban and Shuki Levy. Stars evil sorceress Rita Repulsa as “yellow peril,” the yellow ranger starring a female East Asian stereotype (martial artist, compassionate, intelligent, honour-bound, non-Asian romantic interest) and the black ranger starring an African-American male stereotype (likes sports, dance, girls, has his own fighting style named hip hop kido).
  20. Six Days Seven Nights (1998): Directed by Ivan Reitman. Latina married to a European seduces another European male (Latina harlot stereotype and clown stereotype).
  21. Latin Lovers (1953): Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, screenplay by Isobal Lennart.The Latin Lover stereotype.
  22. The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958): Written by Isobel Lennart, she changes the original story of a romance between a Chinese man and the chief European female protagonist making the Chinese man into a more acceptable Eurasian with a Chinese surname despite having a Dutch father.
  23. Kung Fu (1972-1975): Created by Ed Spielman, oriental monk, martial arts stereotype, magical Asian stereotype, yellow face with makeup/prosthetics.
  24. Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1993-1997): Created by Ed Spielman, writer Reuben Leder, spin off of Kung Fu (1972-1975), oriental monk, martial arts, eastern mysticism stereotypes, magical Asian stereotype, yellow face with makeup/prosthetics.
  25. Kung Fu: The Movie (1986): Created by Ed Spielman.
  26. Kung Fu: The Next Generation (1987): Created by Ed Spielman.
  27. The Last Ninja (1983): Written by Ed Spielman, The last ninja is a European male, ninja stereotypes, magical Asian stereotype.
  28. Alice (1990): Directed and written by Woody Allen, oriental herbalist with magical powers complete with “stereotypical “oriental” music and opium den darkness” (Iwamura 2005).
  29. Lone Ranger (2013): Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. Tired American stereotypes with a European in redface.
  30. China Seas (1935): Screenplay by Jules Furthman, Paul Bern as story contributor, associate producer Albert Lewin and executive producer Irving Thalberg. One of the early Hollywood movies where multiple Chinese, Indians and Europeans are deceived that multiple unattractive Malay pirates in Hong Kong were Chinese women [movie clip here].
  31. The Left Hand of God (1955): Screenplay by Alfred Hayes. Starring Lee J. Cobb in yellow-face with ‘slanted’ eyes and ‘inscrutable’ Asian voice.
  32. Lethal Weapon 4 (1988): Characters written by Shane Black and Jonathan Lenkin, directed and produced by Richard Donner. “Jet Li plays an Asian villain character who is in charge of smuggling illegal labor force from China, drug dealings and assigned killings, among other things. When his Chinatown-based operation is discovered by two Los Angeles police officers, played by a Caucasian and a Black actor, the chase is on to capture the villain. The end results favored the good guys, of course. Often have other movie producers used this stereotypical movie plot to increase the suspense and sensationalism of the movie. Asian men are seen as violent, inhuman, property destroyers, and kill mercilessly. This Asian-male-gangster image glorifies male aggression beyond the point of rational.” (Mahdzan & Ziegler n.d.) [2]
  33. Lost (2004-2010): Created by JJ Abrams and Damon Lindelof. Angry, domineering Korean husband, submissive Korean wife, implied Afro-male-Korean female relationship, implication that Koreans are violent anti-African racists (Kim 2005), “Season 3’s episode Stranger in A Strange Land, guest starring Bai Ling, manages to portray every ugly stereotype of a Southeast Asian country as seen through a white male tourist – and not in a way that was remotely critical or even interesting” (Phi 2009).
  34. Pointman (1995): S02E04, series created by Joel Surnow, episode written by Shelly Goldstein, a rich Chinese man thinks the world of himself and offers to purchase a European female. When she refuses, he then tries to rape her but is foiled in the nick of time by European male protagonist Connie Harper (Jack Scalia). Afterwards, someone explains to Connie that East Asians customarily treat women as sexual objects and exert power through sexual exploitation.
  35. Girls (2012- ): Created by Lena Dunham, executive producer Judd Apatow, co-exec producer Bruce Eric Kaplan. An unseen East Asian woman is said to be the sexmate of a European male, stereotypical African, East Asian and Hispanic characters.
  36. 2 1/2 Men (2003- ): Created by Lee Aronsohn and Chuck Lorre. Asian female homosexual Whitney (played by Eurasian Lindsay Price), referenced Korean manicurist is said to have run away with a married trailer-trash European male, social/mental European retard Jake thinks about marriage to a referenced “Wendy Chow,” Ming Wa Wen plays a judge who has sexes European males Charlie and Gary (Matt McKenzie).
  37. The Big Bang Theory (2007 – ): Created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, stars Simon Helberg, Mayim Bialik, Kevin Sussman, Sara Gilbert and Melissa Rauch. In S03E22, North Korean spy Joyce Kim almost sexes European male Leonard in an attempt to attain military secrets. Leonard also sexes South Indian female Priya. Priya’s brother is portrayed as sexually inept.
  38. Mike & Molly (2010 – ): written by Chuck Lorre. In S01E11, African male Carl sexes a Korean female (not shown), Asian stereotypes ensue.
  39. Dharma & Greg (2000): Created by Chuck Lorre, teleplay by Bill Prady. In S03E17, elderly Dr. Gillespie (Tom Poston) reminiscences about having vigorous sex with a Filipino woman when he was younger. He says that she had a tattoo of a plane on her back and could move certain muscles to make the plane appear as if in mid-air. He also refers to her as ‘very gentle’ while he was being ‘vigorous’ during sex. In other episodes there’s an Asian mail order bride, the accented character Susan Wong, the Latina maid Celia and the spiritist American George.
  40. Joey (2005): Directed by Kevin Bright, created by Shana Goldberg-Meehan. In S01E14, Lauren Beck (Lucy Liu) has a European ex-boyfriend Martin (Jeff Bryan Davis) and sexes European male Joey (Matt LeBlanc).
  41. A Majority of One (1961): Directed by Mervyn LeRoy. Features Alec Guinness in Japanese yellow face, “… presents an Americanized Asian in Japan who is remarkably similar in appearance to the ones in San Francisco’s Chinatown. The movie stars Rosalind Russell as a Jewish mother who moves to Japan to be with her daughter and diplomat son-in-law. There she is given a “number one boy” who has a lengthy Japanese name but is introduced with the words “we call him Eddie.” In the character of Eddie, we find a combination of Charlie and the Americanized Asian, with a dash of the diabolical.” (see more, Kashiwabara 1996).
  42. Just Shoot Me (1997-2003): Created by Steven Levitan. See entry here.
  43. The Neighbors (2012- ): Created by Dan Fogelman, see entry here.
  44. CoalBlackDeSebbenDwarfs.murder japs freeCoal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs (1943): Mel Blanc voices the seven stereotyped African dwarfs. The evil queen sends Murder Incorporated to kill Snow White and they are willing to kill “Japs” for “free.”
  45. Which is Witch (1949): Directed by Friz Freleng, African witch doctor I.C. Spots voiced by Mel Blanc, produced by Warner Brothers.
  46. The Scarlet Clue (1945): Directed by Phil Rosen. Stars European Sidney Toler in yellow face.
  47. Charlie Chan in the Secret Service (1944): Directed by Phil Rosen. Stars European Sidney Toler in yellow face.
  48. Charlie Chan in The Chinese Cat (1944): Directed by Phil Rosen. Stars European Sidney Toler in yellow face.
  49. Call of the Jungle (1944): Directed by Phil Rosen. Story about European lives in the South Sea where the superstitious natives are near rebellion because of a murder and the theft of their sacred jewels.
  50. Black Magic (1944): Directed by Phil Rosen. Stars European Sidney Toler in yellow face.
  51. The Jade Mask (1945): Directed by Phil Rosen. Stars European Sidney Toler in yellow face.
  52. The Red Dragon (1945): Directed by Phil Rosen. Stars European Sidney Toler in yellow face.
  53. Prisoner of Japan (1942): Written by Edgar G. Ulmer, produced by Seymour Nebenzal, Ernst Deutsch plays Japanese secret agent Matsuru. The film claimed to be “An Expose of the Jap Menace!”
  54. Texas Across the River (1966): Directed by Michael Gordon, Joey Bishop in red- face as Kronk, sidekick to a European male.
  55. Shanghai Express (1932): Directed by Josef von Sternberg (Jonas Sternberg), produced by Adolph Zukor, screenplay by Jules Furthman. Distributed by Paramount Pictures. European Warner Oland plays a sadistic, self-hating Eurasian warlord (hates his European ancestry [hence his sadism is derived from his Chinese identification], father is European [uni-directional romance], miscegenation fear-mongering #1) who is beaten up by a European male (feminization) when he tries to rape a European prostitute (miscegenation fear-mongering #2) [even European prostitutes are too good for Eurasian males and need to be ‘saved’ by European males], rapes a Chinese female (bestial stereotype) and coerces a European female into sex (miscegenation fear-mongering #3), “evil warlords and perverse half-castes” (Greene 2014). Quotes: “You’re in China now, sir, where time and life have no value.” and “What future is there in bein’ a Chinaman? You’re born, eat your way through a handful of rice, and you die. What a country! Let’s have a drink!”
  56. King Solomon’s Mines (1950): Directed by Andrew Marton (Endre Márton). Racist British imperialist drivel about European romance in Africa complete with African cannibals.
  57. The Hard Times of RJ Berger (2010): Creators/executive producers David Katzenberg and Seth Grahame-Smith. Hebrewpean male RJ Berger has so large a penis that during fellatio by a Japanese exchange student, she was almost choked to death (Mangan 2010). Subsequently, she is terrified of RJ and runs away when she sees him.
  58. The Carrie Diaries (2013): Created by Amy B. Harris. In the pilot, East Asian female Jill Thompson (Ellen Wong) is said to have given her virginity to Seth Glassman (probably Hebrewpean). She describes the process as putting a ‘hotdog into a keyhole’ and “it hurt so bad!” In another scene there is a homosexual African male with a European boyfriend (double minority trope).
  59. The Thief of Bagdad (1924): Story by Douglas Fairbanks, produced by Douglas Fairbanks. In yellow peril fashion, a Mongol prince wants to conquer Bagdad using the ruse of seeking marriage with the caliph’s daughter. Ahmed (Fairbanks) foils the Mongol’s plot and saves the princess and the caliphate.
  60. You Only Live Twice (1967): Produced by Harry Saltzman. Sean Connery in yellow face. “The message of the James Bond film You Only Live Twice (1967) is that “no Orientals are to be trusted and that the Japanese may well rise again.”” (Kashiwabara 1996).
  61. Vanishing Son (1995): Creator, writer and executive producer Rob Cohen. Line Producer Michael Bernstein (assumed Hebrew). Stereotypical East Asians. See Kashiwabara (1996).
  62. Rush Hour I (1998), Rush Hour II (2001), Rush Hour III (2007): Directed by Brett Ratner, producers Roger Birnbaum and Jonathan Glickman, executive producers Michael De Luca and Toby Emmerich. Uses non-Europeans to make racist statements about each other for the voyeuristic satiation of European audiences. Shin (2008) states “It is ironic that while the theme of Rush Hour is reconciliation between two different cultures and races, it reproduces the racial stereotypes. It presents Carter as a hypersexual black womanizer vs. Lee as a feminized asexual Asian, which is a typical assumption about black and Asian masculinities.”
  63. Lethal Weapon 4 (1998): Directed by Richard Donner (Richard Schwartzberg), writer Jonathan Lemkin, producer Joel Silver. Uses stereotypes of violent Chinese males, effeminate Chinese males (man beaten by a martial arts wielding Nordic female in late pregnancy, Jet Li referenced with “Enter the Drag Queen” [i.e. violent Chinese masculinity = an effeminate ‘performance’]), puns from accents and the dirty chinaman trope (elderly man sleeps with his wife’s sister). From Mahdzan & Ziegler (n.d.): “Asian men are seen as violent, inhuman, property destroyers, and kill mercilessly. This Asian-male-gangster image glorifies male aggression beyond the point of rational.”
  64. The Indian in the Cupboard (1995): Directed by Frank Oz. The noble savage stereotype reducing a grown American man to an accidental magical creation of a young European ‘God’ (Morris 1995).
  65. Saturday Night Live (1978-): Created by Lorne Michaels (Lorne Lipowitz), many staffers and writers are known Hebrews (Grove 2013) as well as actors (Al Franken, Adam Sandler, Chris Kattan, Robert Smigel, Seth Meyers, Andy Breckman, Maya Rudolph, Rob Schneider, Sarah Silverman, Andy Samberg, Neil Levy, Rachel Dratch, Jon Lovitz, Alan Zweibel, Billy Crystal, Laura Kightlinger, Jeff Goldblum, Robert Downey Jr., Gilbert Gottfried, Paul Simon, Andy Kaufman, Frank Oz, Ben Stiller, Elliott Gould, Adam Levine, Scarlett Johansson, Jack Black, Jerry Seinfeld, Gwyneth Paltrow, Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen, James Franco, David Duchovny, etc). “SNL seems committed to aggressively continuing to push images of Black women as incompetent, rude, hypersexual and financially dependent. Frankly, we’re tired of this disrespect…….Further, it’s critical to note that the callous, monolithic representations of Black people peddled by SNL and others have alarming real-world impacts. Media depictions of Black individuals, families and communities irrefutably shape how we’re perceived in society.” (quote of Rashad Robinson from Couch 2013). It’s not much better for East Asians either (Guillermo 2012).
  66. hardly workingHardly Working (1980): Directed, written and starring Jerry Lewis (Joseph Levitch). Levitch stars as a yellow-faced buck-tooth Japanese chef spouting gems such as “You going to rove it,” “You say you want slimp stake …,” and “I am a brack and blue belt …”
  67. MADtv (1995-2009): Alex Borstein is a stereotypical “Asian manicurist” Ms. Kwan, complete with Asianesque accent. The name is later changed to Ms Swan (Narasaki 2001).
  68. Taken (2008): Overweight, elderly Arab sex slaver Sheik Raman played by non-Arab (Egyptian) Nabil Massad. Written by Robert Mark Kamen.taken
  69. Bridge on the River Kwai (1957): Written by Carl Foreman, produced by Sam Spiegel. “Other stereotypes of Asians are called upon in this Oscar-winning film, although many are simply noted in passing. For example, even though there are no women at the POW camp, Japanese lechery for white women is made apparent by a calendar of bodacious blondes in their barracks. Outside the camp, silent Asian women carry equipment for the American played by William Holden. Although it makes little or no sense in the context of the film, the Asian women end up bathing him. For his part, Holden notes their silence with satisfaction. Thus while not a major element in the film, ethnicized gender roles are maintained. The White man maintains that the Asian man is lecherous and the Asian woman, a submissive fantasy” (Kashiwabara 1996).
  70. muniThe Good Earth (1937): Paul Muni (Meshilem Weisenfreund) plays Wang, Luise Rainer plays O-Lan (a part which Anna May Wong desired), associate producers Albert Lewin and Irving Thalberg, Tilly Losch as Lotus.
  71. Ben Hur (1959): Welshman Hugh Griffith is tanned to become a dark-brown skinned Arab. Directed by William Wyler.
  72. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961): Written by George Axelrod, Martin Balsam as O.J. Berman, producer Richard Shepherd [Richard Allen Silberman], yellowface with other East Asian stereotypes.
  73. Game of Thrones (2011- ): Creators and directors David Benioff and Daniel Brett Weiss. Yellowface, bagger vance, pink saviour, African emasculation, brown savages, token Afropeans.
  74. Surviving Jack (2014 – ): In the pilot episode, European male Jack (Christopher Meloni) states that he kissed a “Filipino nurse with a giant ass” and that “she was sloppy”. Writer/director Justin Samuel Halpern.
  75. japGillgan’s Island (1964-1967): In S01E15 ‘So Sorry, My Island Now’, a European male plays a Japanese soldier (ethnic male threat) with thick glasses, problem pronouncing the letter R and is beaten by an uber-feminine female in 17 seconds (uber-feminization of ethnic male). The storyline insinuates that he knows he is ugly. Other episodes had primitive Pacific Islanders and demure slaves. Directed by Alan Crosland Jr., starring Natalie Schafer, series creator/executive producer Sherwood Schwartz, producer Jack Arnold (Jack Arnold Waks).
  76. Olympus Has Fallen (2013): North Korean (yellow peril) invasion of the U.S. Production company: Millennium Films (Israeli owned), executive producer Avinoam Lerner, co-executive producer Guy Avshalom, executive producer Boaz Davidson, producer Danny Lerner, etc
  77. U.S. Seals II (2001): Uni-directional romance (and death). Director Isaac Florence (Yitzhak Florentin), story by Boaz Davidson, screenplay by Michael D. Weiss (assumed Hebrew).
  78. The King Maker (2005): Exalted European male in exotic locale with uni-directional romance. Produced by David Winters.
  79. char_42355The Great De Gaulle Stone Operation (1965): Distributed by Mirisch Films (owned by three Hebrew brothers), directed/produced by Isadore Freleng, voice of Solomon Hersh Frees (Paul Frees) for character named “Weft/Wight/Wong” who is a black-skinned, single bodied, three-headed villain. The middle head is Chinese with buck teeth and slanted eyes. His name is Wong and speaks accented making “Confusion says” comments (not Confucius but a play on the word ‘confusion’). The other heads are named Weft (Left) and White (Right) making Wong the “Wrong” head.
  80. ali-wongThe Super 6 (1966-1969): Produced by Isadore Freleng, voiced by Solomon Hersh Frees. In episode 10, the angry violent Arab named Ali Ben Loud Mouth assaults the Siamese triplet Matzoriley. The middle head named “Wong” has severely slanted eyes and spouts “Confusion says” comments.
  81. The Black Widow (1947 serial): Theodore Gottlieb plays the ‘yellow peril’ king Hitomu.
  82. Surviving Jack (2014): In the pilot episode, European male Jack Dunlevy (Christopher Meloni) tells his son of his experience with a Filipino nurse. Executive producer and writer Justin Halpern.
  83. Rhythm on the Reservation (1939): Directed by Dave Fleischer, Betty character voiced by Margie Hines, animator Myron Waldman. Bischoff (2010) states”The episode depicted Native Americans as being unintelligent ­— it showed them speaking in short, incomplete sentences and pounding on their chests to communicate.” From Schmidt (2014): “This cartoon has the usual compendium of racist stereotypes. The worst may be the Tonto talk, the teepees, and the complete ignorance of modern life. This cartoon was set in 1939, when Indians were wearing Western clothes, working in factories, and enlisting in the military. They weren’t dressing in buckskins or blankets and beating tom-toms.”
  84. Platoon (1986): Directed by Oliver Stone. “… white and black soldiers vow to take revenge on the Vietnamese communists who have lynched one of their African American brothers-in-arms.” (Locke 2009, 10).
  85. The Family Man (2000): Directed by Brett Ratner, producer Howard Rosenman, executive producer Armyan Bernstein, screenplay by David Weissman, actors Jeremy Piven and Saul Rubinek. “… Nicholas Cage and Don Cheadle begin their eternal friendship over an argument with an immigrant Asian grocery clerk.” (Locke 2009, 10).
  86. Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects (1989): Written by Harold Nebenzal, distributed by Cannon Films [owned by Menahem Golan and  Yoram Globus]. The Japanese are portrayed as sexual deviants, a threat to European womanhood and invading the US.
  87. eJ4P3po24zmokvUT5livrOsvLoKFirst Yank Into Tokyo (1945): Directed by Gordon Douglas, executive producer Jack Jerome Gross, makeup artist Maurice Seiderman. A US European agent undergoes plastic surgery to make him look Japanese so he can infiltrate Japan and help to free a POW. Posters stated: “One Man invasion of Jap Homeland!” and “See the Secret that Crossed-up the JAPS!” From the American Film Institute: “When the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on 6 Aug 1945, approximately five months after filming was completed, the script was rewritten to include footage of the attack on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the closing narration extolling the virtues of the bomb was added.”
  88. Making Stars (1935): Directed by Dave Fleischer, produced by Max Fleischer, voices by Mae Kwestel (Mae Questel), animator Lillian Friedman Astor. Stars a US European drummer baby who is pacified by a bottle of milk, followed by a Russian female baby named “Little Miss Trotsky” (with stereotypical Russian musical riff) who stops crying on seeing a candy cane. Then come a trio of African sambo babies who stop crying when shown watermelon, another African baby being pacified by a slice of watermelon, then a Chinese baby with a (hair) queue who is a juggler/marksman (with stereotypical Chinese riff). He is not pacified however, but runs away crying.
  89. The Karate Kid (1984): Written by Robert Mark Kamen, produced by Jerry Weintraub. An elderly Japanese male is bagger vance to a European boy. “Despite the fact that Mr. Miyagi was an American WWII veteran, he was still portrayed speaking English with a foreign accent (Wong). The myth that all Asian men know some form of martial arts was also stressed in this movie when Mr. Miyagi surprises Daniel (the white male leading actor) with his karate moves after appearing passive and bashful during the first portions of the film. It reminds people to be aware of Asian men in general because passivity may not appear to be what it seems.” (Mahdzan & Ziegler n.d.)
  90. The Shanghai Gesture (1941): “scheming Chinese dragon ladies” (Greene 2014) who is a Manchu princess dispossessed for being sexed by an Englishman, kills her Eurasian daughter and owns an opium den/casino where Chinese females can be found in cages, two Europeans actors in Chinese-face, European actress in Eurasian-face, lines such as “you like Chinese New Year?“, uni-directional miscegenation, anti-(Chinese)miscegenation. Directed by Josef von Sternberg (Jonas Sternberg), initial US script by Arnold Pressburger (Aldgate and Robertson 2005), produced by Arnold Pressburger Films.
  91. The Mountain Road (1960): Unidirectional miscegenation. The Chinese are portrayed as “treacherous “allies”” (Greene 2014). Based on a novel by Theodore H. White, written by Alfred Hayes, directed by Daniel Mann (Daniel Chugerman), produced by William Goetz and William Goetz Productions.
  92. Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (1986): Produced by Yoram Globus and Menachem Golan. Line producer Michael Greenburg and executive producer Avi Lerner. Contains “…highly derogatory portrayals of Africans.” (Falola & Agwuele 2009).
  93. Pearl Harbor (2001): Director and producer Michael Bay, producer Jerry Bruckheimer. “… tells the story of Doolittle’s daring payback raid on Japan during WW2 and how the pilots deliberately crashlanded in China, assuming correctly that the populace would help them to safety. However, the quarter-of-a-million Chinese civilians who either unwittingly died or willingly scarificed (sic) themselves as a consequence of sheltering the few dozen American aircrews and bringing virtually all of them them to safety are not so much as given an honorable mention in the ending credits.” (Keith 2013).
  94. Munich (2005): Director/producer By Steven Spielberg, screenwriters Tony Kushner and Eric Roth, producer Barry Mendel. “Simply by the way it was conceptualized, Munich couldn’t be anything but propaganda. The premise of the movie necessitates this. Propaganda begins by deciding what is going to be left out of the film. The film by the fact that it is called Munich gives the impression that the cycle of violence started in 1972 and that the Palestinians started it. Left out of the film is the fact that hundreds of Palestinian civilians had been murdered when Israel jets attacked their refugee camp in February 1972, which is to say seven months before the Olympic attack. Munich is a movie about the rules of Jewish discourse. It is also a movie about how giving the wrong answer to a Jew will result in your death or the death of your career.” (Jones 2012)
  95. Mission Impossible (S05E07): Leonard Nimoy plays Kabuki performer Nakamura Taizo, directed by Gerald Mayer.
  96. Know Your Enemy: Japan (1945): Written by Carl Foreman. The film is described as “a potpourri of most of the English speaking world’s dominant clichés about the Japanese enemy, excluding the crudest, most vulgar, and most blatantly racist.” (Dover 1986).
  97. Seinfeld (S09E17): Opium (grown in India, used by the British to drug the Chinese) is referred to as “Chinaman’s nightcap”. Rosalyn Weinman (NBC’s executive vice president for broadcast standards and content policy), actors Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jason Alexander.
  98. The Social Network (2010): Screenplay by Aaron Sorkin, based on book by Ben Mezrich, producers Scott Rudin and Michael De Luca, actors Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Armie Hammer. “… the film depicts Asian women so promiscuously in both sense of the word—Christy and Alice, played by Brenda Song and Malese Jow, are depicted as sexually aggressive, approaching Mark and Eduardo during a lecture, asking them out for a drink, and eventually performing fellatio on Mark and Eduardo in adjoining stalls in a Cambridge pub bathroom …” (Nakamura 2011).
  99. The Wolf of Wall Street (2013): A character is called the “depraved Chinaman” while the actual Hebrewpean characters are purposely scrubbed of their Hebrew ancestry and no derogatory terms hurled in their direction. Director Martin Scorsese also Christianizes the chief Hebrewpean thief (Jordan Belfort) to make the movie palpable to Hollywood’s Hebraic censors. Speaking of this movie, Eshman (2013) states that: “Scorsese feels much safer depicting the Italian-ness of his violent mobsters than the Jewishness of his greedy con men.”
  100. Life (2017): Writer Paul Wernick, producers Dana Goldberg, David Ellison, actor Jake Gyllenhaal. Japanese male character feminized.
  101. Young Sheldon S01E02: European male married to European female formerly sexed a Vietnamese female named “Kim Lee”, Vietnamese male nerd, created by Chuck Lorre.
  102. The Simpsons (1989 – ): Executive producers Sam Simon and James Brooks. Hank Azaria as the voice of a stereotypical South Asian male named Apu. Other actors Julie Kavner and Harry Shearer.
  103. The Good Place (2016 – ): Created by Michael Schur. Low IQ, self-centered virgin Filipino.

NOTES

[1] Does not include Hebrews who are hiding or hid their ethnic identity, nor does it mention Hebrew actors in every movie with racist stereotypes unless said actor is the stereotype. [2] The movie is actually much more racist that this snippet would indicate.

SOURCES:

East Asians and Testosterone I

UPDATE: East Asians and Testosterone II

Hays (2011) states:

North Asians have lower levels of muscle-building testosterone than Europeans. Some Asian athletes have taken testosterone-like steroids as “a way of leveling the playing field.”

He provides no source for either claim. Mail sent to Mr. Hays on March 15, 2013 remain unanswered. Not to be outdone, Kelsey (2008) further states:

The reason basically for Asian men being more feminine in physical appearance is because of they produce more estrogen than men of other racial groups. Asian women are more feminine in appearance because they produce more estrogen than other women. This estrogen also influences personality and emotions this makes Asian men display characteristics that often are associated with women.

Some of the characteristics are they keep emotions hidden well meaning it can be difficult to tell when an Asian man is angry. The more testosterone a man produce the more he will show his emotions of anger, joy, sadness, happiness, etc. The less testosterone a man produces the more he is able to keep his emotions hidden.

But when he has kept these emotions hidden for a long time and bottled up whether these emotions are positive or negative when they come out they will manifest very strongly. The estrogen allows Asian men and women to look younger for many years example a 40 year old Asian man who looks 27 years old.

The claim of lower East Asian testosterone (T) levels is now a race realist marker of “race” or race difference. The European race realist asserts three main ethnic androgen hypotheses with some corollary hypotheses.

Main hypotheses:

  • African males have the highest testosterone level
  • European males have an intermediate testosterone level
  • East Asian males have the lowest testosterone level

Corollary hypotheses:

  • Indo-Aryan or South Asian males have low testosterone levels but higher than East Asians [despite not following from the main hypotheses]
  • Middle Eastern males have high testosterone levels but not as high as Africans
  • Indigenous American males have lower testosterone levels but higher than  Indo-Aryans
  • Latin American males have levels commensurate with their respective Asiatic-American and African admixture (for most instances, higher than Americans)

Data is available for each of these groups though lacking for Americans, Indo-Aryans and Latin Americans. The (general) race realist T-ranking from highest to lowest:

  1. African
  2. Middle Easterner
  3. European
  4. Latino
  5. Native American
  6. Indo-Aryan
  7. East Asian

BACKGROUND

To race realists, when East Asian males are passive, it is because they have the lowest testosterone levels which cause their genitals to be deformed such that they have the smallest lengths, girths, testicular weight and sperm production. When East Asian males are aggressive, it is because they are annoyed that they have low testosterone which causes their genitals to be deformed such that they have the smallest lengths, girths, testicular weight and sperm production. It is a ‘damned if you do, damned if you don’t’ stereotype.

Trying to hide this behind a scientific veneer, Jean Philippe Rushton uses the incidence of prostate cancer to assert that since it is high in Americans of African descent, lower in Americans of European descent and lowest in East Asians, it is mainly due to testosterone differences. The problem is that he conveniently focuses on only three groups which he also conveniently defines. His “Caucasoid” grouping does not include Semites and Aryans. His “Mongoloid” group does not include Euro-Americans (Latinos) and indigenous Americans. His “Negroid” group includes US Afropeans but not Dravidians (South Asians) and those with Negrito ancestry such as Malays, which he includes in his “Mongoloid” group.

If he were to have found a race realist revolutionary update to Darwinian evolution as he asserts, then he would have found that Arabs (Saudis, Omanis and Kuwaitis) also have very low prostate cancer rates and that Afro-Zimbabweans have lower levels of prostate cancer than Euro-Zimbabweans, Germans, Australians and US Europeans and a bit lower rate than the Welsh (Kehinde et al. 2005). Contra Eurocentric race realism, Strahm et al. (2009) states in referring to Satner et al. (1998) that:

Comparative studies of Caucasian and Chinese subjects living either in the USA or in China provided strong evidence that environmental/dietary, but not genetic, factors influence androgen production.

Miller et al. (1985) found that “[t]estosterone did not differ with ethnic group” when studying Trinidadian men of African and Indo-Aryan descent. Even among rapists and child molesters, most had normal T levels except for those who were the most violent. Rada, Laws and Kellner (1976) further states that:

There was no correlation between age, race, or length of incarceration and plasma testosterone level.

Rushton had previously proposed the ‘principle of aggregation’ where he would aggregate data to minimize bias. He is correct that data aggregation can minimize bias. He is incorrect in his poor choice of data in the first place (but I digress). Applying his own principle of aggregation, what follow is a meta-analysis of over 150 peer-reviewed articles on hormone levels in different ethnic groups to see if his hypothesis is correct (at least according to the available data).

RESULTS

T-resultsData sources available HERE.

CONCLUSION

proposedT-diffFrom the above tables, it is clear that the race realist assertion is incorrect, whether one looks at the 7 so-called micro ‘races’ or the 3 so-called macro ‘races’. East Asians were found to have the highest average total plasma testosterone (5,673 ρg/mL) followed by Africans (5,442 ρg/mL) and then Europeans (4,992 ρg/mL). Given that the sample size for Africans is smaller (N < 10,000), their relative position may change with more data. Nonetheless, the claim that East Asians have the least testosterone is not supported by scientific data. 

So ladies, if you want a high T male, go to the Philippines (8100 ρg/mL) and find yourself a malnourished, sexually active, 22 year old Filipino; 5 feet 4 inches, 123 lbs, poorly educated and making slightly less than $9 US monthly [Gettler, McDade & Kuzawa (2011)]. Even better, find an Egyptian.

[N.B. Values are liable to be updated if errors detected, self-analysis of data highly recommended before using this hypothesis]

SOURCES:

Gettler, L., McDade, T., and C. Kuzawa. 2011. Cortisol and testosterone in Filipino young adult men: evidence for co-regulation of both hormones by fatherhood and relationship status. American Journal of Human Biology 23(5): 609-620.

Hays, Jeffreys. 2011. Chinese People, Asian Physical Characteristics, Genetics and DNA. http://factsanddetails.com/china.php?itemid=118&catid=4&subcatid=18 [accessed: 2013-04-06]. | New link : http://factsanddetails.com/china/cat4/sub18/item118.html as of 2016-10-19.

Kehinde, E., Akanji, A., Mojiminiyi, O., et al. 2005. Putative role of serum insulin-like growth factor–1 (IGF-1) and IGF binding protein-3 (IGFBP-3) levels in the development of prostate cancer in Arab men. Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases 8: 84–90.

Kelsey, Chance. 2008. Why Do Many White Women Not Date Asian Men? Chancellorfiles blog. http://chancellorfiles.wordpress.com/2008/02/24/why-do-many-white-women-not-date-asian-men [accessed: 2013-04-15].

Miller, G., Wheeler, M., Price, S., et al. 1985. Serum high density lipoprotein subclasses, testosterone and sex-hormone-binding globulin in Trinidadian men of African and Indian descent. Atherosclerosis 55(3): 251-258.

Rada, R., Laws, D., and R. Kellner. 1976. Plasma testosterone levels in the rapist. Psychosomatic Medicine 38(4): 257-268.

Santner, S., Albertson, B., Zhang, G-Y., et al. 1998. Comparative rates of androgen production and metabolism in Caucasian and Chinese subjects. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 83: 2104–2109.

Strahm, E., Sottas, P-E., Schweizer, C., et al. 2009. Steroid profiles of professional soccer players: an international comparative study. British Journal of Sports Medicine 43: 1126-1130.

UPDATE 2013-05-08: A blogger on the race realist AnthroScape blog states:

This PDF file is not to be taken 100% seriously. It obviously lacks measurements of free testosterone, which is arguably more important than total testosterone. Furthermore, extrapolating a table ranking ethnic groups based on testosterone levels is not the best idea, especially when there are different age brackets and methodologies of each of the studies to consider.

Comments:

  • There is no way of accurately determining free testosterone. Even if there was, this would also be irrelevant since bio-availability is prime. Since race realists use total serum testosterone, why is this an issue?
  • One cannot and should not compare different testosterone studies with different measurement methods. However, for the race-realist purpose of aggregating data, there is nothing inherently wrong with what the PDF file lists. If JP Rushton can use a few studies and make wild claims which are then used by the Internet-o-sphere, using 150 independent peer-reviewed sources with large samples is much more scientific than anything similar from the race realist community.
  • The PDF contains all of the above and has a long list of why testosterone measurements can be fickle.
  • Age differences will affect the results but healthy males should have negligible decreases. Assuming a 0.4% annual decline from 5000 pg/ml after age 40, a man at 80 should have 4275 pg/mL, less than a 15% difference if my spreadsheet math is correct. It would have been better to normalize for age. So while the tabled rankings is flawed, the point is that the entire issue is flawed as there is no standard measuring method in the first place. That race realists routinely use flawed data should be the issue but …
  • Do feel free to wade through the tables and references and normalize the data for methodology and age. Good luck on that though.

He further states:

I find it slightly odd that Indians have the highest testosterone levels, although it’s understandable because of the conditions they are living in. …… Social aggression, dominance and high cognition among men, especially visuo-spatial cognition, is correlated with moderate to high testosterone levels. Stress and depression are correlated with lower testosterone levels, as are personality traits such as submission and less aggression.

  • What conditions are Indians living in that make for higher T?
  • Western defined and rated social aggression and dominance will obviously down relegate Easterners. That is simple bias: stacking the definitional deck and insisting that everyone play by said deck.
  • What level of correlation is there? There will always be correlations but only if it is significant can such data be used.

He continues:

…. beard growth, penile size and body hair are indicative of the presence of testosterone (along with the genes which code for such phenotypes) but do not tell whether an individual has high or low testosterone.

I’ve studied human physiology and biochemistry for years so I know what I’m talking about. Genetics play a huge role in determining whether an individual has a beard, has a large or small penis and body hair.

  • Genetically, penis size seems to be determined by in-utero hormone exposure and concentration.
  • However, penile measurements I would say make a flaw in only measuring the outer penile length by multiple methods which differ considerably. If the inner penis is roughly the same length of the outer penis (Saladin & Miller 2004: 1029), then a porn star may simply be an average guy with more outer penis and perhaps, less fat pad and/or weaker suspensory ligaments (i.e. all current measurements do not factor in erection angle).
  • Until there are standardized ultrasound measurements of different ethnic groups, race realists are not being scientific in claiming that there are differences in penile lengths. At best, one may claim differences in perceived lengths, which is obviously unscientific and irrelevant.

Reference: Saladin, K., and L. Miller. 2004. Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function. 3rd ed.  New York, USA: McGraw Hill.

UPDATE 2014-02-06: A blogger on PuaHate.com [dead link] states:

Found the site/guy who uploaded that chart.

Guess what…

Hes….

ASIAN.

https://ethnicmuse.wordpress.com/

Check his great wall of china background, check his posts, most about asians/asia related shit…bet he frauded the data.

Having a Great Wall of China photo and speaking about so-called Asian related issues does not make one an Asian. You are being presumptuous with only that data. If you can find any problem with the data please specify so I can update accordingly. Alternatively, you may perform a study for yourself and post your results for others to critique.

UPDATE 2014-08-31: A blogger named “Boss” from Sluthate.com states:

Europeans live longer and experience T decline. He could’ve limited his studies to account for age, but instead wanted to “aggregate” every study and then claim that it was impossible to do so. When you control methodology and age, this is what you get:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16332934

He quotes from the linked article:

In addition, the Swedes had significantly higher levels of serum testosterone, compared with the Koreans.

If you want to control for age, please do so for all the referenced populations. I don’t see how it is possible to control for age unless I have the original data sets but if you have a method, have at it. One article using two sub-populations do not indicate that East Asian have less T than Europeans as I indicated to a previous commenter.

He continues:

Of course, someone posted that as a comment and he brushed it off, instead referring to his contrived aggregate. Just took a look at that guy’s site. That guy is obsessed with the asian small penis thing. 80% of his site/blog is him discrediting medical studies that show asians to have small penises :lol: What a fucking pathetic loser.

Nowhere in my comment do I refer to aggregation. Aggregation is a race realist method that I am using to show that race realists don’t employ their own method properly. I also gave 5 possible reasons for the Korean/Swede T discrepancy. This blog does not discredit “medical studies that show asians (sic) to have small penises” since I know of no such study. If however you know differently, please leave links in the comments.

Another blogger at race/history/evolution notes blog has a review which views this post poorly. I expected something more substantive but it seems like the reviewer only read the comments and didn’t look at the PDF file which would have dealt with some of his issues. I really don’t understand the obsession over one study as if one study can ever be definitive. As for the contention that there are no studies indicating a 10% difference between East Asians and Europeans, I did find one age controlled study where the Chinese sample had 8.8% more total T, 11.4% more bio-available T and 12% more free T than the European sample. The Japanese sample had 10.5%, 5.1% and 6.7% more than Europeans respectively [Wu et al. 1995]. Wonder if race realists discuss this study, or perhaps they are too busy in celebratory dance around the Korean/Swede campfire?

UPDATE 2014-11-21: Blogger named “Bobby Corwen” from the MacRumors forum states:

But that article you quoted was in my opinion quite stupid because it didn’t account for ages in the groups and that testosterone changes drastically over the lifespans of humans.

Coming from a person of your wide intellect, I am honoured to have a post called “quite stupid”. However, can you quantify “drastically”? As I have stated before, the data does not lend itself to easy age normalization. If you want age normalized data, do it yourself. Clearly, you are most capable of doing so.

It was probably biased because it was written by an Asian man but anyway you’re missing the point, in that its about averages and patterns, not about absolutes.

The T values are averages and are your comments “probably biased” because you do not identify as an “Asian man”?

UPDATE 2015-04-12: Blogger Robert Lindsay states concerning the data in this post that:

The East Asian rates are no good. Yes their levels are a bit higher, but they also a higher level of some other hormone that makes it so they cannot use the higher T very well, so effectively, their rates are lower than Whites.

Lindsay clarifies in another post:

Young Black males have higher levels of active testosterone than European and Asian males. Asian levels are intermediate to Blacks and Whites, but Asians have lower levels of a chemical needed to convert testosterone to its active agent, so effectively they have lower levels. Androgen receptor sensitivity is highest in Black men, intermediate in Whites and lowest in Asians.

The problem is that this claim is based on a study (Ross et al. 1992) of 50 US Africans (i.e. Afropeans) and 54 Japanese. Race realists really know the scientific method. Additionally, this recent study shows HK Chinese having some 3% more bio-available T than US Europeans.

Another blogger named Tata comments:

East Asian men and women have more estrogen, the female hormone.

Estrogen is not a “female hormone”. Estrogen has a feminizing effect but males also need estrogen to function optimally. I wonder which studies were consulted to form a conclusion not found in medical books. I suspect I will be wondering for a long time.

Lindsay then comments further:

Further, the free T levels are:

Highest: Blacks
Mid: Whites
Lowest: Asians

It just so turns out that Blacks have the highest crime and violence rates, then Whites, then Asians. Quite a few people believe that Blacks have the highest sex drives, then Whites, then Asians.

Blacks have the largest sex organs and Asians have the smallest, and that once again lines up perfectly with T levels.

The evidence is looking pretty good, not only that, but there is a not of other evidence suggesting that indeed it is true.

Find a supposed correlation. Make widely applicable statements. Provide no data. Being a race realists seems to be a length engagement with delusion, fantasy and ‘scientific’ homo-erotica. Lindsay suffers from the inability to distinguish between a hypothesis and a theory and claims that his “research takes a lot of time“. No kidding.

UPDATE 2015-08-15: A poster using the name Strike_Team states on the Amren site:

There was a site that “proved” E. Asians, E. Indians and Egyptians have higher testosterone levels than whites and blacks, stronger sex drives, with those pitiful white males being the majority of viagra users. It was filled of course a lot of circular reasoning and misuse of data. But it was funny as hell to read the “research” and some of the self serving comments from Indians. They really are the most self aggrandizing people I’ve ever encountered.

I did not prove anything but would love to hear about this circular reasoning and data misuse.

UPDATE 2016-07-07: Return of Kings commenter “Jim Trompe” makes the following claim:

Asians have lower levels of Test(probably an advantage in an advanced peaceful civilization) which is why asian women generally are considered more attractive than asian men. When they looked at the bones of people in the Viking era, its difficult to tell the difference between men and women-high Test from constant warring.

When corrected and sent a link to this blog, he then comments:

If you find that persuasive, its because you didnt actually look at the studies hes referring to. Dead links, studies comparing rapists and soccer players(preselection bias). The guy claims to be an expert but doesn’t know what he’s talking about, for example this statement “Genetically, penis size seems to be determined by in-utero hormone exposure and concentration.” No its caused by Dihydrotestosterone, a direct derivative of Testosterone(Estrogen is another derivative). There are many areas where there are genetic or environmental problems that cause a reduction in the enzyme necessary for the conversion of T to Dihydro..for example the Huevos Doces in the Dominican Republic, they were actually raised as girls because their genitals were so undeveloped. Anyways obviously its going to be a heated issue, just like the “debate” about IQ, because no one want to be in the group that is unmanly or low IQ.

Mr. Trompe, exactly who is an ‘Asian’ and who determines such naming? What does having less T have to do with ‘Asian’ men being less attractive than ‘Asian’ women? To whom is this attraction so configured? The studies I used are not dead links, you can find them if you have access to journal repositories (Ebscohost, Jstor) or simply using Google/Google Scholar. This is an aggregate so bias would be minimized (or so race realists like to claim). I don’t claim to be an expert but if you show where I did, I’ll repent and remove the claim. Your focus on one of my comments in response to another comment illustrates that you don’t care to look at the main issue (T differences) but want to veer off into side issues and ad hominem. Is this because you don’t want to be in an “unmanly” group? You ask for sources but provided none for your own claim that ‘Asians’ have the lowest T. Again, is this because you don’t want to be in the “unmanly” group?

UPDATE 2017-01-27: PumpkinPerson comments:

And the person who created that table seems to have a chip on his shoulder because he thinks Rushton was calling East Asians feminine. But being low T doesn’t make you feminine; estrogen makes you feminine.

Rushton claims that “Orientals” have (i) the smallest “primary sexual characteristics” (ii) the smallest “secondary sexual characteristics” (iii) the least androgens and (iv) tentatively used Nyborg’s hormotyping which ranks “Mongoloids” next to androgynous males. I will keep that chip, thanks!

UPDATE: 2017-08-18: venturecapitalcat on Reddit comments:

… stop spamming this subreddit with your pseudo-scientific bullshit. This entire article screams that whoever wrote it has a tiny penis and is desperately trying to compensate by showing that he has a lot of testosterone.

This article was meant to analyze a race-realist analytic method, not to be a scientific article for peer-review and publication. As such, venturecapitalistcat clearly did not read the article. How then does he/she know the size of my penis and the level of my testosterone? Even if such were known, what does that have to do with the article?

Another commenter swampswing:

… this article just screams “I have a tiny deformed penis”.

Again, why is it that people divine small penis size when information does not conform to their social stereotypes? Whether speaking about me or the poster, such comments speak to the level of brainwashing in Anglospheric countries.

More importantly, theunstopable_cam states:

I’m pretty sure the media doesn’t spread lies about testosterone levels in pop culture.

No it does not but it spreads lies about penis size, influences desirability and props up certain ethnic groups.

Repost: A Dust Over India

| Thanks to the Robert Lindsay blog for the link |

As your plane descends upon New Delhi, a soft orange haze engulfs you, drawing you in. A cascade of shanty-towns drift below, clogged arteries of traffic dividing the landscape into innumerable scattered shards of populace. If you land in the evening, the haze throbs over the country with a dull glow in the speckled city lights. If you land in the afternoon, then the haze is a giant mass of incomprehensible dust — some amalgamation of smog, smoke, dirt, and fog — and no matter how far away you go, or how far you get, you never completely escape it.

I have been to 40 different countries. Yet India made the most indelible impression of any of them. And not for all of the right reasons. Frankly, it’s not a pleasant place to be. Anyone who tells you otherwise lacks perspective. India’s full of contradictions: horrors and delights, achievements and atrocities, often on the same city-block. And despite the immense history, the monuments, the spectacular sites of human ingenuity, one can’t help but ask themselves repeatedly what they’re doing there.

The first thing that strikes you about India is how dirty it is. In a word, the place is disgusting. All of it. The entire country. Never before have I seen mountains of garbage the size of a small house stacked on the side of a road, in broad daylight, in the middle of a city, repeatedly. Dumpsters tipped over and overflowing. Mounds of trash — wrappers, cups, papers, napkins, strewn all about, mixed with sludge from the soda and urine and spit coagulated from thousands of daily passersby.

Like the dust, the garbage never ceases. And along with the garbage, there is an unending stream of humanity. It is impossible to spend a full day in the middle of a major Indian city without lobotomizing yourself trying to figure out where the hell all of the people come from. I’ve been to Hong Kong. I’ve been to Manhattan and Beijing. I’ve been to Mexico City. And the swarm of humanity crawling through India’s cities is unparalleled. There’s no comparison. Many streets more closely resemble a bee hive than a functioning human society. When I flew into Mumbai, there were homeless people sleeping on the tarmac. Take a moment for that to sink in: the city is so crowded and disgusting that people decide they’d rather sleep on the airport runway.

And that is the second thing to strike you about India. The poverty. It is legitimate take-your-breath-away poverty. Like the kind you see on TV charity ads but far worse. And far more real. Limbless men stewing about in their own feces. Emaciated children playing on a piles of garbage. A man with his leg literally rotting off to the bone, maggots and all, laying on the curb. It’s everywhere. The amount of suffering is indescribable. And it is unceasing. After a couple days, I was excited to hire a driver to go to Agra because I figured I’d be able to see some countryside and escape the stench and horrors of the city. But no. The entire four hours between Delhi and Agra was an unending stream of people, garbage and cars, with billows of dust drafting in our wake the whole way down.

My initial reaction the first few days was pure shock. But it quickly evolved into anger. How could a place like this be allowed to exist? How could normal people walk around with a clear conscience with so much shit and squalor festering about them? I felt indignant. Where was the social accountability? Where was the charity? Where the fuck was the government?

I’m no expert. And god knows my own country has plenty of problems. I’ve been to plenty of developing countries and seen plenty of poverty. But this was something else entirely. The sheer magnitude, more than anything, wrought a deeply emotional response out of me.

For the first time in my life, I finally grasped what inspires people to drop everything and move to a dirt-hole in the middle of Africa and start feeding people. When confronted with that much suffering, it seems insane NOT to do it. People like Mother Teresa or Princess Diana or Bill Gates didn’t seem like such foreign actors anymore. I could feel what they must have felt, even if just for a moment. With my driver taking me on a full-day trip to Agra, I watched the endless poverty scroll by like a demented video game. I had an overwhelming urge to stop at an ATM and withdraw 25,000 Rupees and start handing money out to people at random. I started doing the math in my head. That’s roughly $500. I could hand out $25 to twenty people. $25 could probably feed these people for almost a month. How much of my monthly income would I be willing to give up to feed 20 people each month? At what number would I no longer be willing to do it? At what dollar-amount did my morality begin and end?

The numbers began to make my head swirl. I was calculating my personal morality. I felt pathetic. And powerless. Like Oscar Schindler at the end of Schindler’s List sobbing that his gold ring could have saved one more Jew, self-pitying yet noble at the same time. That Big Mac I had in the airport could have saved one more Indian! Damn you, value meal!

Things only got more surreal from there. At a security checkpoint a kid brought up a real live cobra to my car window, scaring the living shit out of me and my fellow passengers. He then asked us for a rupee. We didn’t give him one. In another scenario, a Swedish girl in the car with us mentioned she should have given some starving boys her box of cookies. When we asked her why she didn’t, she calmly replied that little boys shouldn’t be eating cookies, that it’s bad for them.

In a Pizza Hut, every table had its own waitress. When I ordered hot wings as an appetizer my waitress duly congratulated me on making such an excellent culinary decision. Seriously. That’s what she said. As I looked around the restaurant, I saw each table occupied with fat, well-dressed Indians. I was reminded of the line from Monty Python and the Holy Grail:

“He must be a king.”
“What makes you say that?”
“He doesn’t have shit all over him.”

In Pizza Hut, the Indian people did not have shit all over them, therefore I assumed they were kings. That and they all conspicuously had their Blackberry’s out for one seemingly nonchalant reason or another, silently bragging to one another across the restaurant between garlic sticks.

Meanwhile, out the window in front of the restaurant, a homeless boy (covered in shit) was attempting to pry open a boarded-up hot dog stand, presumably to find some scraps of food left inside. Stray dogs licked their open sores nearby. Trash milled about, blown by dust. And we, the fat, rich kings of Pizza Hut had our appetizers congratulated by personal staff. The mind boggled. The contradictions mounted. My cognitive dissonance flared. When the manager came by to ask me how I was enjoying my meal, my first thought was “This is fucking Pizza Hut. What’s wrong with you?” But I didn’t. I smiled and said “Fine, thanks.”

But the bizarro world of India didn’t always lead to anger. It could be charming as well. At the Taj Mahal, I was approached by an Indian guy my age who asked me to take a picture. I said sure and reached out to take his camera, assuming he wanted me to take a photo of him in front of the monument. But instead, he stepped away from me, pointed the camera at me, and as four of his friends surrounded me and draped their arms around me, snapped a photo. Minutes later, a small family of four requested the same. And then another family, but this time just me kneeling with their kids. Then a group of teenage boys who wanted a picture with my tattoo. As a tourist, I became part of the tourist attraction myself. Here we are at the Taj Mahal. And here we are with a white person. And here’s little Sandeep flexing his arm next to the big white man. Soon a crowd had gathered. Many of them hung around, nervously trying to speak English with me. Some of them simply stared for minutes on end. All of them beamed smiles of excitement.


The dust pervades every city and town, some with a smoggy golden hue, others with a gentle grey haze. It cakes the cars, the streetlights and the dead stray animals. It scratches at your throat and turns your snot black.

Indian culture itself is quite disorienting. The people can be incredibly warm and hospitable, or cold and rude depending on the context and how they know you. The conclusion I eventually came to is that if they already know you, or if they’re somehow benefiting from you, then they can be incredibly warm and open people. But if they don’t know you, or if they’re trying to get something out of you, then they are a prickly, conniving bunch.

The local I got to know the best was Sanjay, the 20-something year old who ran a hostel I stayed in. He had studied in London and been all over Europe so he was fairly westernized. He and I would stay up late together drinking cheap vodka regaling each other with our travel stories. There was little else to do after nightfall in India but get drunk. And little felt more appropriate.

But what Sanjay told me about Indian people is bizarre but true. He said Indians will rarely, if ever, resort to violence. As a foreigner, you never have to worry about being robbed, or having a knife pulled on you, or getting beaten up by a gang of thugs and having your kidney carved out of you. And this is true. I’ve been to many shady parts of the world. But never did I once feel unsafe in India. Even late at night.

BUT, Sanjay said, an Indian will lie to your face. He’ll say anything to get what he wants from you. And most of them don’t see it as immoral or wrong. So on the one hand, they won’t stick a gun in your face to take your wallet. But they’ll hand you fake business cards and offer to sell you something that they don’t actually have, so that you’ll voluntarily empty your wallet to them on your own accord.

And I have to give them credit, they’re really convincing salespeople.

In Agra, our driver brought us to a handcrafted rug shop. Inside the shop I immediately knew what was coming: a “tour” of the rug factory where we would be cornered (literally) and pitched to buy one. I had seen this before in other countries and here I saw it coming a mile away. Yet the man came across as so unassuming, so genteel, so incredibly polite, it was impossible to not be won over. He showed us the individual thread counts of the rugs, how the rugs are meticulously woven by hand. He showed us how they design the patterns on elaborate grids and then translate them to their wooden weaves. He then took us downstairs, gave us beverages and launched into one of the most impressive sales pitches I’ve ever heard in my life. The man should be selling luxury cars in the United States. By the end of it, I was busy deciding which rug my mother would like the best. After some gentle bargaining, and some friendly gestures, I made the purchase and arranged to have it shipped to her in the US.

It was about an hour later in the car when I realized what had just happened. The elaborate setup. The way packages with American addresses had been set out just right for us to see. The pictures of “satisfied customers.” I knew what they were, and they were good. My stomach dropped. I’d been had. My mother would never see that rug.

But with only a couple hundred dollars lost, I got away fairly unscathed. An 18-year-old Canadian kid staying in our hostel got taken for thousands of dollars. A couple Indians stopped him on the street, and with perfect English convinced him they worked for a travel agency. They then led him to their “office,” where they handed him “brochures” and “planned” out over a month’s worth of traveling and lodging, telling him the entire time that they were getting him the best deals and that they would pre-arrange every relevant tour. By the end of the hour, he had spent close to $2,000 and felt good about it. By the time he got back to the hostel his face was white. He realized what happened. He asked Sanjay about it and Sanjay told him to immediately call his bank in Canada and cancel the card. Tell them it had been stolen. There was no trip. No lodging. No travel agency. Just two Indian guys with silver tongues.

The scams aren’t limited to high-end tourist items either. Pirated DVD’s that don’t work. Taxis that let you off at the wrong place. Hotels that add suspicious “fees” at the last minute. You get harassed constantly on the streets: vendors following you for half a block trying to hock their useless shit to you. Luckily, I learned long ago the perfect remedy to street touts: iPod + sunglasses. Crank that shit up to 10 and just keep walking. What you can’t hear or see can’t bother you. Would-be harassers and hagglers bounce off you like flies.

But, to be fair, many Indians will go out of their way to be honest with you. There were multiple times where I thought the guy had asked for 50 Rupees when he had actually said something else, and instead of taking the extra money he gave it back. Or like the time a taxi driver offered to show me a famous Minaret for free, for no other reason than because he was Muslim and thought I should see it. Or the kid in Gaya who rode me all the way back to my hotel on the back of his bike, for no other reason than he was excited to practice English with me. Or Sanjay, who on our third night drinking together, surprised me with an entire home-cooked meal made especially for me. Or my tour driver, who after dutifully driving us around for over 13 hours straight, teared up and hugged me when I gave him a 50% tip.

Like anywhere else, Indians aren’t all good or bad. You simply get more of each social extreme. It’s unpredictable. Not to mention emotionally draining. The constant need to be on-guard is taxing on one’s psyche.

In Bangalore, I snapped. My taxi driver from the airport “forgot” to turn on the meter. Realizing this, I watched his odometer and counted the 30 kilometers we traveled. When we arrived, he tried to charge me for 50 kilometers. A shouting match ensued. I threw the money for 30km at him, grabbed my bag and walked into my hotel. He followed. He began pleading to the hotel clerk that I had refused to pay and that his price was the appropriate price. Now, with four people watching, I pulled out my laptop, connected to the wireless network, loaded Google Maps, and showed him that it was, in fact 30 kilometers from the airport to the hotel. My hands were shaking with anger by the time it finished loading. Luckily, he took my money and sulked off. At the door he turned around and said, “But you need to sign the receipt.” I shouted back, “Go fuck yourself.”

I moped into my room, frazzled and bitter. After almost three weeks of dealing with such nonsense, I was reaching my wit’s end. I would not be surprised if I ended up punching someone over something menial soon. I lost it with the taxi driver. And when I did the math in my head, it was just $4. I freaked out over $4.

Luckily I was leaving soon, heading to Singapore in a few days, back to civilization. I laid out on my bed, took a deep breath and opened my laptop. In the inbox was an email from my mom: “Thanks for the rug, I love it!”


In the northern foothills of the Himalayas, the dust morphs into an awkward haze. It sticks to the horizon. Trash still permeates the small villages, although in smaller heaps, many of them charred from their daily burnings. The beggars seem less down-trodden. Cows sprinkle the roadways in between tuk-tuks and overflowing caravans. For the most part, the crowds have dissipated.

India attracts a wide variety of spiritual-seekers, lost western souls criss-crossing its geography in search of meaning or of themselves. India is the cradle to two of the oldest major religions in the world: Hinduism and Buddhism, both of which, unlike their western counterparts, focus predominantly on a first-person perspective of spiritual development. Having been interested in Buddhism for over a decade and having spent much of my college years meditating and attending retreats, my interest was piqued by the plethora of ashrams, gurus, and Dharma groups available.

The reality was a let down. There’s no other way to describe the phenomenon other than what it is: spiritual tourism. Which is somewhat of an oxymoron, especially in Buddhism. And also disheartening as it falls victim to the same scam-inducing practices as India’s other tourist markets. Scattered around places like Bodhgaya and Goa, flyers are shoved in your face, street peddlers try to convince you that they can take you to the best ashram in town (as if there’s a “best” way to do yoga). Some even promise enlightenment… for 10,000 Rupees a week. Now, I’m sure there are legitimate and profound retreats and ashrams in India. But the whole process felt cheap and inauthentic.

Children tried to sell marijuana around yoga retreat centers. And it was apparent why: the dreadlocked, tie-dyed, mid-life-crisis’ed Western clientele who streamed through enthusiastically buying from them told you all you needed to know about the scene. Two westerners I spoke to in Bodhgaya, where I considered sitting in on a retreat for a couple days, told me that they had never meditated before and were excited to learn it in India. When I mentioned that one could learn to meditate in 10 minutes at home to see if they actually liked it, they replied, “Yeah, but it’s so much cooler to do it in India.” My mind’s eye could just see The Buddha face-palming at that statement.

One girl tried to brag to me that she had had visions of Krishna in the northern mountains and that she thinks she may convert to Hinduism. When it came out that she had been smoking local hashish every day for weeks on end, I pointed out that these two things may not be a coincidence. She didn’t like hearing that.

Perhaps it was my own arrogance, but it saddened me. My belief has always been that spirituality is something that is experienced personally, not measured, compared, or quantified. Meditating on a loud bus in Chicago can be just as profound as meditating under the Bodhi Tree itself. In a religion whose whole belief system revolves around impermanence, unattachment to the material world, and equanimity, making a 4,000 mile pilgrimage to a tree in the middle of Nowhere, India, for bragging rights seems, well… counterproductive. I can see the interest historically, and perhaps emotionally, but spiritually, there’s not a whole lot of difference. And so as I passed the flyers, and the hippies with their braids and skullcaps, it became harder and harder not to be a little bitter. I understand that pilgrimages and capitalizing on your most holy site are pretty standard for all of the world’s religions. But I guess in my mind I held out hope that Buddhism was different. And actually, Buddhism IS different. Its the followers who aren’t.

(Or maybe I just don’t like hippies.)

But I can’t help but feel that the volume of poverty in India is related to the solipsistic tendencies of the religions based there. I also can’t help but feel that foreigners regularly mistake being pushed so far out of their cultural comfort-zone as some sort of spiritual experience. When the human mind is presented with paradoxical conditions, it usually reacts with inexplicable feelings and often invents a supernatural explanation for them. And India is rife with paradoxical conditions.

The most beneficial effect of traveling that I’ve found is that it forces you to become more confident and independent in a million, tiny, unnoticeable ways that add up to a great, noticeable whole. The more difficult and exotic the culture, the more it challenges you, the more it engages you on an emotional level, and the more you grow in intangible and personal ways.

Perhaps there’s nothing inherently “spiritual” about the sub-continent, it’s just the most extreme cultural experience a westerner can subject themselves to and as a result grow from.

Every country we go to, our natural inclination is to search for some kind of greater meaning. “China’s finally making the leap,” or “Latin culture is exceedingly passionate,” or “Corruption dominates Russia,” — all of these trite little platitudes that we bring home with us and spill amongst our friends and loved ones to show that we did something significant, that we learned something interesting. This is where I went. This is the meaning. All in one or two sentences.

There’s no single sentence for India. The place is a fucking mess. And it’s the only country that I’ve ever been to where I left more confused than when I arrived. My search for meaning came up empty time and time again.

One day in Bodhgaya, a small town of maybe a few thousand people, I ate at an outdoor restaurant in the town square. Beggars, shirtless children and cows littered the square, along with a few assorted street vendors. I had just returned from touring the temple built for the place The Buddha had become enlightened. Looking out over the town square from my large plate of curry, I watched the beggars stew about, completely ignored by the townspeople. By this time my search for meaning in this land had become frantic, and my emotions fried. I looked at the mound of food before me. It had cost $2.50 US dollars and could feed multiple people. I called the waiter over and ordered another one.

The two nearest beggars were an old man and woman together, huddled on the ground, clothes tattered, white hair and beard matted and dirty. They looked up at me with their emaciated arms outstretched in cups, the same cupped hands one would use to drink from a river. Their eyes sank into their sockets. They seemed to look beyond me. I put the second plate of food down in front of them like a pair of dogs. They looked at it wide-eyed for a moment, and began shoveling the food into their faces as fast as they could.

Curry dripped from the man’s beard. Rice mashed into his black fingernails. Bits of chicken spattered on the ground below them. I stood there watching for a few seconds, expecting something. What? I don’t know. But I wanted to feel something. I wanted to feel like there was some purpose to all of this. That I could walk away with something important from my whole experience.

But instead I felt helpless. It was like I had just put a band-aid on the Titanic. He’s going to go digging through garbage again in a couple hours. He didn’t even look at me. What’s the point? Obviously, I’m no Mother Teresa. And it’s just as well, Mother Teresa couldn’t save this society from itself. Sometimes human systems become so large that they hurt people, not by design, but by inertia. And it’s beyond any of our ability to grasp, let alone control.

The townspeople had seen what I had just done. And within seconds, a boy approaches me and asks me to buy him a soccer ball. I tell him no and begin to walk away. He follows. Then another man comes up wanting to sell me pirated Bollywood DVD’s. I also tell him no. He gets upset, “You give food to a beggar, but you won’t even buy a DVD from me? Why not?” He felt like I committed some terrible injustice against him.

A crowd was beginning to form around me, looking for handouts. I quietly put on my headphones and sunglasses, turned my iPod up to full blast, and walked through the dust.

Source:

Manson, Mark. 2012. A Dust Over India. http://postmasculine.com/a-dust-over-india [accessed: 2012-07-10].

East Asian Development

From the so-called East Asian Tiger economies to present day so-called manufacturing powerhouse China, there is always a need to look back at nations and their development state to accurately chart national progress. Hong Kong was not a wonderfully developed nation 50 years ago but British investment and imperial dynamism created the spectacular metropolis.

The Business Insider has published photos of early 1970s Hong Kong:
What Hong Kong Looked Like 40 Years Ago and is well worth the view.

Sample pics: