“Should you be allowed to make an anti-Semitic remark? Yes, because some anti-Semitism is justified. Just like some anti-Irish feeling is justified. If you can’t be criticized, that’s very dangerous. The whole Larry Summers thing, to say that men are a bit strange and their strangest quality is their ability to understand mathematics — you’re not supposed to even think it.
I’ve wondered why people aren’t more intelligent. Why isn’t everyone as intelligent as Ashkenazi Jews? And it may be that societies work best when there’s a mixture of abilities — the bright people would never be an army. Or has our intelligence been limited by leaders killing off any potential competitors? I suspect time is not a factor. The Ashkenazi Jews have done it in a thousand years. So these are the sorts of things we’ll find out — how many mutations would you need to be more intelligent?”
The question to ask is why did the Science Museum let him away with the anti-gay and anti-Jewish remarks? As Judeosphere wonders, “Where was the outrage?”