(Original post by Maddog Jones)
1. Nope, but it makes you more likely to be ignorant of the problems faced by others. To say all wealthy white people are bigots would be wrong though - and of course, I didn't say that. This is the third time you've straw-manned in this thread. Want to do it again, or do you think you can debate against the points I actually make now?
2. No, I don't believe Labour is all 'fight the power'. Yet again, please, please
stop straw-manning. Stop putting words in my mouth. If you want to argue, argue against what I'm actually saying, not against what you want me to say as you think it'll win you the argument. It's laughable. And no, there really isn't a lot of diversity in all parties. Yes, there are some black Tory voters. However, they're not exactly diverse - they only pick up 2% of the Black vote, compared to Labour's 80%. They are massively, predominantly, and disproportionally white.
3. Nope, I didn't say that. I said that the white people in those countries were more likely to vote for the parties on the right of their political system than the ethnic minorities in those countries. Please, are you ever going to attack one of my actual points, or are you just going to keep on making up points, pretending I've said them, then attack?
4. Nope, yet again you're making things up. I never said right wing people were less intelligent. I said they had a stereotype for being so.
However, this time one of your lies and made up arguments turns out to be correct - scientifically, it's been found that those who identify with right wing policies have, on average, lower IQs, and lower educational achievement, than those who identify with left wing policies and values.
There are been numerous studies done on this, in numerous countries, by universities and independent scientists. Most newspapers printed this (Guardian definitely did, including a satirical piece by Charlie Brooker that was hilarious), but my personal favourite was by the Daily Mail, for its comments below - its almost as if you can use them as evidence to back up the study in itself - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...-people-racist
So, there. You're wrong on all counts. Then again, you're right wing - so I suppose we can't really blame you (you guys make a habit of being wrong, after all).