The Bite of the Adder, or can only Whites be Racist?

By Michael Woodbridge: “Take up the White Man’s burden And reap his old reward, the blame of those ye better The hate of those ye guard…” When the United States relieved Spain of the responsibility for administering the Philippines, Kipling wrote these words to his friend Theodore Roosevelt, as a warning about the consequences of taking on an imperial role. Likewise, Mark Twain declared that the colours of the American flag should be changed from…

National Life – From the Standpoint of Science

This is a slightly abridged transcript of a lecture delivered in Newcastle on 19th November, 1900, to the members of the Literary and Philosophical Society by Karl Pearson, F.R.S., Professor of Applied Mathematics at University College, London. Karl Pearson was a polymath, born in Islington in 1857, he studied Mathematics at Cambridge University, later Physics at the University of Heidelberg, and at various other seats of learning; he studied metaphysics, physiology, Roman Law, 16th Century German Literature, English Law and Socialism and became…

War and the Breed

By Max Musson: On this 100th Anniversary of the start of World War One, the ‘Great War’, I am reminded of a very moving book that I have in my possession written in 1915 by David Starr Jordan, then Chancellor of Leland Stanford University, in which he documents prophetically the tragically dysgenic effects of modern warfare on the populations of Europe. Below, I reproduce adapted slightly, the Foreword to  Jordan’s book, written by J.W. Jamieson, which most succinctly summarises…

Humpback Whales & White Humans

By H. Millard: This is about White humans. Please bear with me, and I’ll get there pretty quickly. A genetic study of Humpback Whales shows that subtle color differences and skin markings are visible indications that there is not one uniform species of Humpback whales, but that there are at least three subspecies and that they are on different evolutionary trajectories. And, just as a reminder, remember that a subspecies is an organism that has…

The Weltanschauung of Jack London

By James Eden: “Jack London? Didn’t he used to write kid’s stories about dogs?” Sadly, this response to the mention of American author Jack London’s name is all too frequent. London’s legacy and reputation seems to revolve around his “doggie” books, The Call of the Wild and White Fang. Yet as with many aspects of Jack London’s life, not all is as first appears. Labelling The Call of the Wild as just a book about…

The announcement that Britain is to become the first country in the world to legalize In vitro fertilization (IVF) from three donors (instead of the more usual two) is final evidence—if any more was needed—that human genetic engineering is a reality and that the science of eugenics has now been validated beyond question. Previously, a couple wishing to conceive by IVF would undergo a process whereby a human egg was fertilized by sperm outside the body and…

Eugenics and the Search for a British Obama

By Max Musson: Writing in the wake of Barack Obama’s re-election as US President, for ‘The Voice’, the black community’s newspaper and online news service, Duton Adebayo shared with his readers part of a telephone conversation he had with a fellow black journalist who asked him, “When will we get our first black leader here in Britain?” Adebayo’s answer was “2020!” and in the article for The Voice, he went on to express his belief that…