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  • The obese, with body mass indices (BMI) of more than 30 and with their lumbering walks and rolls of flesh, Type 2 diabetes and heart problems, are a sub-race less deserving of the rights of the rest of us.

    Why 'weight diversity' activists are standing up for the right to be fat

  • And ethnic identity sub-race has been an organizing factor in human and proto-human history for 5 million years.

    A terribly painful conversation.

  • It would be fortunate, then, if you were genetically altered to not need sleep, like the new sub-race of humanity called The Sleepless.

    REVIEW: Beggars in Spain by Nancy Kress

  • KIZZIA: There was a sub-race going on, on her behalf, and talk about her being a Christian mayor.

    CNN Transcript Sep 13, 2008

  • The second, I have already articulated: because I must find outlets to purge my illness as a participant in this disgusting sub-race of individuals with testosterone-driven protrusive genitalia, who has at one or more points in his life harbored thoughts of sexual violence toward women, even, if only by engaging in sexual intercourse that was devoid of genuine love or affection.

    Y-Chromosome Sickness: The Congo's "Silent War"

  • It took them quite a while, forming a sub-race here, a nation there, a bleaching over the horizon, until earth was populated.

    From liberation to transformation

  • Saudis - YES, True Arabs are part of the Meditarranian sub-race

    Who’s White Exercise (UPDATED AGAIN)

  • Not unless Professor Lynn wants to posit that Minnesotans represent some kind of extra-intelligent white sub-race (descended from the preponderantly "Nordic" immigrant population of the state?) whose essential genetic attributes have remained unchanged through a century of social and demographic flux.

    'The Bell Curve' and Its Sources

  • It may be remembered from previous writings on the subject that it was from the _fifth_ or Semitic sub-race of the Fourth Root Race that was chosen the nucleus destined to become our great Fifth or Aryan Root

    The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria

  • As regards the original Semite or 5th sub-race ethnologists have been somewhat confused, as indeed it is extremely natural they should be considering the very insufficient data they have to go upon.

    The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria

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