Stalking the Wild Taboo, submitted by HAL Capone. I would place the folks behind Stalking the Wild Taboo on the same cuckoo ground as creationists, but these guys are worse. Instead of denying or twisting science to support their personal religious beliefs, they deny or twist science to support their racist beliefs. They, like the creationists, also love to pull out the old persecution card when you back them into a logical corner. They say "people don't like my beliefs..." and then they never finish the analysis. People don't like your beliefs - that certain races are inferior to the white race - because they are stupid and destructive beliefs founded on junk science that would get a remedial biology student a D on his lab homework.
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