Mike Norton My Apology To Stefan Molyneux
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[Mike Norton:] Source: LYBIO.net
I would like to apologize to you Stefan Molyneux. A few years ago you published a series of videos on Race and IQ to which I responded with a video of my own. That video began to go viral. In it I took the stance of evolutionary psychology to defend African-Americans against your statements. I started at the point of African-American slavery in my argument then worked down to now. My argument seems solid to many. However, I failed to make a connection between Africans and African-Americans in my argument, especially if I were to be using the stance of evolutionary psychology to express my point. Therein my argument was only consistent within an isolated axiomatic vacuum. It was not consistent with the whole history of humanity.
Now after a certain points in the video, I was no longer actually speaking to you. I turned to speak to African-Americans themselves. I did suspect that my video would go somewhat viral at least that was my intention. I wanted to maximize the amount of African-Americans, who could potentially see the video. I was hoping with wishful thinking that my pep talk would galvanize them to do better. However, I took down the video after I did more research of my own. Long story short, I realized that I was wrong. The reality check was a kick in the balls to say the least. It was for me particularly because of Cogito, ergo sum I think therefore I am combined with contradicting communistic beliefs.
I was self-aware enough to know that I was an outlier. However, there was a psychological glitch in my mental programming. If I’m an outlier, why can’t all African-Americans be outliers. If I can do it, they could do it too. Of course, that makes no sense at all when you observe it with critical thinking. Hence the misguided logic that led to the video’s creation to begin with. I meant well, but intelligence, wisdom and psychology are three completely different things. I was smart enough to build a new life for myself in China and then to do it all over again in Spain though I lacked wisdom and clarity of thought for a myriad of our selected reasons.
I also lacked the psychological strength to face the truth and the truth is this. African-Americans cannot actually be helped. There’s no amount of tax money you can throw at them and government assistance only cripples them further in the mind. The only way to help them is counterintuitive to stop helping them, to leave them behind with the demonstration of a better. Example, the blacks, who will make the decision to change will, the rest won’t.
I started getting radio interviews when that video went viral, but I took it down once I’d realized that I was wrong and I declined all the offers. I had to take some time to rethink my public appearance even if it took a few years of planning and self-reflection.
I realized that if I had kept following my first line of thinking, the mainstream black leaders would have taken advantage of me. They would have used me. They would have exploited my naivete and low self-esteem to take credit for my talents and to push a misleading an anti-white agenda. To take credit for accomplishments they did not deserve. They would have guilt-tripped me into self-destruction for being unique, but my experiences in China have taught me not to feel guilty for being unique.
I demonstrated a lack of intellectual honesty not so much to you, but to myself. The ability to think deeply is useless if the thinker lies about the truth to himself. If he lacks the strength to endure the weight of what he has the technical ability to understand. Weakness of character leads to the distortion of truth and the distortion of truth leads to the illusion of wisdom.
Since then I’ve taken much time to evolve as a person to develop more strength or mental strength to face more truth for the sake of taking more responsibility for my life.
[Mike Norton:] Source: LYBIO.net
I had to change my prior beliefs in order to change my thought process and I had to change my thought process in order to move forward with my life and move forward I have thanks in large part to you.
Now my Norris bros have taught me not to apologize in general, especially not publicly. However, if I had the balls to criticize you publicly, my heart tells me that I should also have the balls to apologize publicly.
So, Mr. Molyneux, I’m sorry. I was wrong. I hope that this video finds you. And if it does know that with my changed mind, I’m doing all that I can to give back to Western civilization. Therein you may like what you see developing at www.vannokenculture.org.
Thank you for what you do. You have been a great help and inspiration.
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