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IQ scores are dropping in first-world nations
« on: May 23, 2019, 10:08:23 AM »
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  •  IQ scores are dropping in first-world nations
    Posted: 22 May 2019 10:06 AM PDT


    DAILYKENN.com -- I told you so. Over the years I posited the notion that globalism seeks to redistribute wealth by redistributing intelligence. 


    By encouraging low-IQ masses to migrate high-IQ nations, a cultural thermodynamic effect will occur in which the host nation's aggregate intelligence rate will decline along with its propensity for creating wealth.  

    Smart people tend to create more wealth than less intelligent people. Consequently, nations populated by white people tend to be wealthier than black nations simply because white people possess and aggregate IQ of about 100 while sub-Saharan African nations are populated with people who typically have IQs in the 60s and 70s. 

    Intelligence redistribution can also be achieved through miscegenation, a process currently being normalized in the media; particularly television ads that feature inter-racial couples and families. 

    From nbcnews.com ▼ Evan Horowitz

    People are getting dumber. That's not a judgment; it's a global fact. In a host of leading nations, IQ scores have started to decline.

    Though there are legitimate questions about the relationship between IQ and intelligence, and broad recognition that success depends as much on other virtues like grit, IQ tests in use throughout the world today really do seem to capture something meaningful and durable. Decades of research have shown that individual IQ scores predict things such as educational achievement and longevity. More broadly, the average IQ score of a country is linked to economic growth and scientific innovation.


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