Genetic Lottery and Racism

I think there is this idea is even if some people win genetic lottery more, it’s still racist.

How? I think the real issue is that some people win genetic lottery makes the one that’s not winning jealous.

Of course, races tend to have different proportions of those winning genetic lottery. So, they turn this into racial issue.

What they really want is equality against those winning genetic lottery.
That means against, say, the high IQ.

So the issue of BLM isn’t really racism. Some have high IQ and earn a lot. Some have low IQ and earn less and get shot by cops more.

It just happens that any trait, like IQ or skin color, is not even distributed equally among races. It’ll be highly coincident if all races have the exact same IQ average given that they don’t even come in droves from the same place and time.

So they can make it look as if the issue is racism.

So why “racism” in NBA isn’t an issue? That’s because unlike IQ, athletic ability isn’t such a big thing in most income distribution. On average, in most societies, IQ gives far more edges than any other traits. So woke always favor races with lower IQ average.

IQ is what mainly separate humans than other animals. It’s what separate us from them.

High IQ Policies

What government policies are good for high IQ and what’s bad on average? I would say absolute or relative. War benefits high IQ relatively but bad for everyone including high IQ on average. I’ll give samples.

Globalization and automation are good. That’s because the low IQ jobs are the ones replaced first.

Also, it benefits the economy as a whole. So it benefits high IQ in relative and absolute terms, on average. Age-based education is bad.

It slows down high IQ people. Everyone moves at the same speed. Capitalism is good. High IQ tend to earn more money under capitalism.

Affirmative action? Bad. It’s just racism. Also, many high IQ advantages are curbed under the pretext that it’s racist.

Government-sponsored eugenic is bad for high IQ. Usually, the one gets slaughtered is the high IQ (jews in ww2).

Free market eugenic is good for high IQ. People finding smart mates help high IQ reproduces. There is a market for high IQ sperms and eggs. High IQ people are more likely to reproduce.

Abortion is good for high IQ. Low IQ people abort babies more.

Drug legalization is good for high IQ. High IQ people are more likely to use drugs and less likely to get addicted. Many high IQ people benefit greatly from drug usage. Some notable ones include Steve Jobs that got inspired by using LSD.

Welfare is bad for high IQ. High IQ people are less likely on welfare and more likely to have rich parents.

Certification is good for high IQ. High IQ people learn faster and can simply get certified to show their abilities. Relative to degrees, certifications like MBA is good for high IQ.

Why we need educational reform

All this having been said, the one obstacle for high-IQ people that average-IQ people don’t have to deal with is education. Education on the global sense, and specifically public education in first-world nations, is built around the center of the Bell curve, focusing almost all of its energy and effort onto the 90% of the population centered within 10% of the statistical mean for IQ. (IIRC in the US this is centering on a mean IQ of 104, or covering a range of about 90 to about 120.) The farther from the center of the curve you are, and this applies for both over and under, the less effective commonly-employed methods of education are for you. When you reach the top or bottom 10% you’re at the edge of the current system’s usefulness, and the falloff is exponential after that. I placed at the top 0.2% as a middle-schooler, and had already come to the realization that the only benefit I derived from public education as of that point was in developing social skills – I wasn’t actually learning anything to speak of in school and was doing most of my new skillset acquisition on my own by reading and through hobbies. High-IQ folks and low-IQ folks both need specialized instruction in order to maximize the usefulness of what they have, and while this is pretty widely available to varying degrees for the lower end of the curve (e.g. special classes for students with learning disabilities), there’s not as much available for the upper end (aside from things like magnet programs that cater to exceptional students, but these are often incomplete). This is the principal barrier that relates to IQ, and it directly penalizes the abnormal, whether high or low, but works out more or less ideally for the average.