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 No.5576

Post Copy pastas, videos and books which debunk common Fascist, Liberal talking points which are repeated often.
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 No.5577

File: 1619942616492.mp4 (887.18 KB, 480x480, stfu2.mp4)

the only one youll need
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 No.5578

File: 1619943665828-0.jpg (44.57 KB, 676x439, Alesina and Ferrara (2002).jpg)

File: 1619943665828-1.jpg (21.16 KB, 675x308, Fieldhouse and Cutts (2010….jpg)

File: 1619943665828-2.jpg (25.26 KB, 676x473, Ziller 2015.jpg)

File: 1619943665828-3.png (118.83 KB, 592x479, Stolle et al (2008).png)

File: 1619943665828-4.jpg (72.6 KB, 657x448, Guest et al.jpg)

>>5576
New and Improved version(With more sources)

Putnam Study debunking
From https://www.businessinsider.com/immigration-myths-open-us-borders-debunked-2018-8?op=1#myth-3-they-will-undermine-social-cohesion-3
It looked like a distinctly inconvenient truth, when the famous sociologist Robert Putnam conducted a study in 2000 which revealed that diversity undermines cohesion in communities. Specifically, he found that it makes people less trustful of each other and less inclined to form friendships or do voluntary work. Basically, as Putnam concluded on the basis of a staggering 30,000 interviews, it makes them "pull in like a turtle."

Shocked, he put off releasing his findings for years. When they were finally published in 2007, the effect was — predictably — akin to dropping a bombshell. Hailed as one of the most influential sociological studies of the century, Putnam's research was cited in countless newspapers and reports, and up until this very day he's the go­to source for politicians who doubt the benefits of a multicultural society.

There's only one problem. Putnam's findings were debunked years ago.

A later retrospective analysis of 90 studies found no correlation whatsoever between diversity and social cohesion. Not only that, as sociologists Maria Abascal at Princeton University and Delia Baldassarri at New York University discovered, Putnam had made a critical error. He hadn't taken account of the fact that African Americans and Latinos report lower levels of trust, regardless of where they live. When you adjust for this, Putnam's shocking discovery crumbles to dust.

So, if diversity isn't to blame for the lack of cohesion in modern­ day society, what is? The answer is simple: poverty, unemployment, and discrimination. "It is not the diversity of a community that undermines trust," conclude Abascaland Baldassarri, "but rather the disadvantages that people in diverse communities face."

More on that from https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/does-diversity-create-distrust/

<In a society where one Shares the same language and culture, how much trust does a multiracial society have?


ACCENT IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN RACE IN GUIDING CHILDRENS PREFERENCES
https://guilfordjournals.com/doi/abs/10.1521/soco.2009.27.4.623

==THE DIFFERENCE IN TRUST BETWEEN A 100% WHITE NEIGHBOURHOOD AND A 1% WHITE NEIGHBOURHOOD WHERE NEIGHBOURS TALK WITH EACH OTHER
I.E SHARE THE SAME LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IS 0.08 OUT OF 3 THAT IS ONLY A 2.6% CHANGE IN TRUST FROM 100% TO 1%.==
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1467-9248.2007.00717.x

<Economy is important in determining trust, materialists proved correct again.


> Ziller (2015) analyzed changes in trust in 22 European countries between the years 2002 and 2010. Cross-sectionally, nations with higher levels of ethnic diversity and non-Western immigrants had lower levels of trust. However, changes in these variables did not predict changes in trust over time.

>Longitudinal changes in general immigration levels did, suggesting an effect of immigrants qua immigrants, regardless of race. However, this effect was only negative when the economy was not growing. At levels of economic growth above zero, the effect of immigrants on trust was positive and statistically insignificant.
https://academic.oup.com/sf/article-abstract/93/3/1211/2332107?redirectedFrom=fulltext

<More studies proving that the effect of diversity on trust is negligible.


>Finally, Kikergaard (2017) analyzed data on 3,100 US counties while looking at how ethnic diversity related to a county socioeconomic status. This analysis found that the relationship between ethnic diversity and SES goes away after controlling for cognitive ability.

https://rpubs.com/EmilOWK/racial_homogeneity_study_2017

>Alesina and Ferrara (2002) looked at the relationship between racial diversity, ethnic diversity, and income inequality, with trust. Income inequality and racial diversity each correlated weakly at -.1 with trust, while ethnic diversity correlated even more weakly at -.03.

https://scholar.harvard.edu/alesina/publications/who-trusts-others

>Guest et al. (2008) looked at 3 measures of social capital. While diversity had a statistically significant effect in a multivariate model, it explained less than 1% variation in various measures of social capital.

http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0042098007087333

>Lipford and Yandle (2009) find that a 10% increase in diversity RAISES volunteerism by 1 per 100 people. A 10% increase in people with a college degree increases volunteerism by 5-6 people per 100.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1053535708001741

>Fieldhouse and Cutts (2010) look at both subjective ratings of trust in an area and objective participation in voluntary associations. Diversity is found to have a smaller effect than poverty in the US, though the same was not true in the UK. That being said, the impact of diversity in the UK was only significant for one of two measures of social capital.

https://researchportal.bath.ac.uk/en/publications/does-diversity-damage-social-capital-a-comparative-study-of-neigh

>Dincer (2011) calculated racial diversity based on 6 ancestry categories. Diversity was found to have a U shaped relationship with trust, with trust peaking when diversity equals .34.Other variables were found to have a linear relationship with trust. A 10% increase in the proportion of people with college degrees predicted a 10% increase in the proportion of people who have a high level of trust. A 10% decrease in income inequality predicted a 15% increase in trust. Etc.

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1804763

>Alesina and Ferrara (2002) looked at the relationship between racial diversity, ethnic diversity, and income inequality, with trust. Income inequality and racial diversity each correlated weakly at -.1 with trust, while ethnic diversity correlated even more weakly at -.03.

https://scholar.harvard.edu/alesina/publications/who-trusts-others
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 No.5579

>>5577
Bro, this is /edu/, not /b/
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 No.5580

USA site ranking 05-04-2021 Past 90 days Alexa rank
Unz.com #6,231
WSWS # 11070
Jacobin # 9601
Amren # 46,000
Counter Currents # 140,058
VDARE # 33,169
CPUSA# 130,456

DSA membership over time
November 2014:6,500
November 2016:8,500
June 2018:44,000
December 2018:55,000
May 2020:66,000
November 2020:85,000
January 2021:92,000
//www.dsausa.org/about-us/history/
//www.dsausa.org/about-us/history/
/www.nbcnews.com/politics/politics-news/democratic-socialists-america-scored-wins-midterms-what-s-their-agenda-n941911
/www.nbcnews.com/politics/politics-news/democratic-socialists-america-scored-wins-midterms-what-s-their-agenda-n941911
//www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/05/dsa-growing-during-coronavirus/611599/
https://www.dsausa.org/news/npc-newsletter-nov2020/
//www.dsausa.org/
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 No.5584

>>5579
Simping for pol bait might as well be a /b/ thread
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 No.5589

>>5576
So one of the main reasons /pol/tards are so resistant to Marxist ideas is the fact that they believe in race realism and similar "scientific" ideas. I will attempt to debunk three of the most crucial race realist tenets in this thread.

a. Ethnic diversity(With the same culture even) causes societal trust to decline.
b. Blacks are genetically predisposed to commit more crimes.
c. There is a genetic IQ gap between races.

A: There are two types of diversity
-Diversity of culture and language
-Diversity of race
>It is found that diversity of race when culture and language are the same does not effect trust significantly(2% difference at most) thus proving Civic nationalists correct.

>Diversity of culture and race causes a minor but significant decline in trust, however the effect is not seen in a good economy but a bad one. Also poverty still has a greater effect on trust than even this kind of diversity.

Source:https://leftypol.org/edu/res/5576.html#5579

B. Now it is true that in the USA race is a stronger predictor of criminality than poverty. However single motherhood is another factor which is stronger than race.
>Also the racial crime gap between Hispanics and whites seem to have closed" Declines in disparities were more pronounced when considering jail inmates of both sexes between 2005 and 2018 with the ratio of disparity per capita declining from 4.8 to 3.2 between blacks and non-Hispanic whites and 1.6 to 1.0 between Hispanics and non-Hispanic whites.[79] "
>Another factor is inequality which drives homicide rates.
>over a 20-year period, the American states that had the greatest inequality in visible expenditure—spending on items such as clothing, jewellery, cars, and eating out—also suffered the most from violent crime. So if you’ve got it, don’t flaunt it—especially if your neighbours don’t have it as well.

However let us look at other countries.
>In Brazil the Non-white homicide rate is double that of the white rate.
>But their poverty rate is also double that of whites.

Finally the UNDOC(UN department on drugs and crime) statistics completely dismantles this argument.
The Homicide rate of Africa as a whole is 13.5

>However if we look at poor countries without any inequality or active conflicts we see that the homicide rate is ridiculously low, Dirt poor countries like Malawi, Benin, Burkina Faso, Liberia, Sao tome and Principe, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau have rates between 1-3.


>The countries which have high homicide rates in Africa are horribly unequal like S.Africa and friends or have an active conflict going on like CAR or the DRC or Mali.


>Finally we have the middle countries with rates between 3-8? Good rates but still slightly uncomfortable, the Horn of Africa all seem to share maybe it's due to the low-intensity conflict that is there or maybe something else.


https://www.statista.com/statistics/867757/homicide-rate-brazil-ethnicity/
https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/2018/06/07/the-stark-relationship-between-income-inequality-and-
https://www.commitmentoequity.org/publications_files/Brazil/CEQ_WP60_Pereira_Nov23_2016.pdf
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_intentional_homicide_rate
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Race_and_crime_in_the_United_States

C. I've looked into this topic, and It's too complex for me to unravel, however I would like to point a few things out.

>The famous IQ map of the world I posted Is wrong.

>The famous IQ researcher Richard Lynn who made the map used the IQ of mentally retarded children in spain to come up with the numbers for E.Guinea, and many other such "mistakes"(Probably deliberate).
>Another famous IQ researcher Eysenck has had his papers retracted or accepting money from tobacco companies I think.
>But In the end this topic requires many more lines than what I'm capable of.
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 No.5601

>>5589
Against social Darwinism

<A persons IQ can fluctuate by 13 points in a few months thanks to wealth and poverty.


>In a series of experiments, the researchers found that pressing financial concerns had an immediate impact on the ability of low-income individuals to perform on common cognitive and logic tests. On average, a person preoccupied with money problems exhibited a drop in cognitive function similar to a 13-point dip in IQ, or the loss of an entire night’s sleep.


>To better gauge the influence of poverty in natural contexts, between 2010 and 2011 the researchers also tested 464 sugarcane farmers in India who rely on the annual harvest for at least 60 percent of their income. Because sugarcane harvests occur once a year, these are farmers who find themselves rich after harvest and poor before it. Each farmer was given the same tests before and after the harvest, and performed better on both tests post-harvest compared to pre-harvest.


https://www.princeton.edu/news/2013/08/29/poor-concentration-poverty-reduces-brainpower-needed-navigating-other-areas-life
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 No.5661

>>5601
This copypasta thread is very useful/

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