Part 4 of 5
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Marian Van Court’s 1986 interview with Arthur Jensen continues. Topics include:
- The negative consequences of barring intelligence tests to determine ability to benefit from various forms of education and vocational training
- The difference between vocational and academic educational tracks
- Why black racial pride leads them to choose academic vs. vocational courses, whereas less intelligent whites have less trouble gravitating toward vocational education
- One quarter of blacks have IQs of 75 or under, which is categorized as mentally retarded in the state of California
- Mentally retarded people cannot achieve past a 6th grade education, which means that grades 7 though 12 are entirely wasted on them
- Why mental retardation is not just “slowness,” because there are certain things they cannot understand, no matter how long they work at it.
- The catastrophic consequences of a critical mass of low-IQ people without adult supervision
- The secret agenda of school integration: to dilute low-IQ students below the critical mass that paralyzes the ability of a school to function
- Organized opposition to intelligence testing
- Organized proponents of intelligence testing
- The mentality of born dissidents
- The Jewish question
- Jewish opponents of intelligence testing
- Jewish proponents of intelligence testing