Monday, June 25, 2012
Cambridge don called on to resign for pointing out unpleasant facts concerning race and gender
A Cambridge academic, Martin Sewell, a supervisor in the university's Faculty of Economics, points out that black people have a lower average intelligence than whites and says that racism is natural. He also says that feminism harms women and that perhaps it is time to reconsider eugenics. He explains that the most likely reason for the high incidence of black crime is blacks’ lower average intelligence and greater impulsiveness, which themselves are probably biological in origin. A former student at Bristol University and Birkbeck College in London, Sewell has degrees in computing science and mathematics.