In The Washington Post, an important article worthy of being featured on the OD front page:
In 2007, Chinese geneticists discovered vast differences in the genetic makeup of Africans, Asians and Caucasians. They will soon report a breakthrough showing why some people — such as Tibetans — can live effortlessly at high altitudes while others can’t. . .
Now a full-time employee while continuing his studies, Zhao is turning his attention to a topic Western researchers have shied away from because of ethical worries: Zhao plans to study the genes of 1,000 of his best-performing classmates at a top high school in Beijing and compare them, he said, “with 1,000 normal kids.” . . .
“If I had stayed in America, the chances of making a discovery would have been lower,” he said. “Here, people are willing to take risks. They give you money, and essentially you can do whatever you want.”
The Chinese, unencumbered by a hostile Jewish elite, political correctness, and multiculturalism are forging ahead in genetic research. They are becoming a bull in the china shop of anti-racism. Their scientific breakthroughs in this area could disrupt the reigning “race doesn’t exist” status quo.