New take from the Left: Global Warming Good Because It will Help Get Rid of White People

Diversity Macht Frei
September 17, 2018

Another mad take from the Left that sounds like parody: Global warming may be good after all because it will help get rid of white people and thus racism.

Is this because everyone will have a stronger suntan in this new warmed world? No. Their argument is that climate change will trigger migrations that will see high-melanin people colonise the lands of low-melanin people, with resultant genetic intermingling.

So, basically, global warming is good because it will help promote the Genocide by Diversity of white people.

NBC News:

The reason why climate change could reduce racial differences is that it will trigger massive migrations. In recent decades the world has become more urbanized, with people moving into large cities in coastal areas. But as polar ice melts and sea levels rise, large numbers of people will be forced to flee the coasts. And as droughts become more common and more severe, people living in more arid areas will have to move to places with more reliable sources of water.

These migrations will erode the geographic barriers that once separated human populations.

One consequence of large-scale migrations is what biologists call gene flow, a type of evolution caused by the blending of genes between populations. When people from different populations mate and reproduce, their genes intermingle in their children.

Because skin color is controlled by many genes, parents whose skin color differs tend to have children with intermediate skin tones. And so in five to 10 generations (125 to 250 years), we may see fewer people with dark skin or pale skin and more with a brown or olive complexion. Having both dark skin and light eyes may become more common.

The bottom line? As people around the world become more physically similar to one another, it’s possible that racism might slowly fade.

The author is one Scott Solomon. A descendant of the tribe of the mythical King Solomon? Probably.

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