Now, you know very well your written language is poor. You need correction on a regular basis. You also know, due to having it demonstrated today, that your maths is poor, or you are ignorant of the basic concepts. That is a given.

There is nothing wrong with my

*maths. *Kinda funny that you think basic primary school arithmetic has any bearing on actual math competency? Wait should I use

*baring* instead? I guess my language skills are on par with yours.

Things scudscker had said about Kieppe:

- he is not good at maths

- he is not good at English

Things Kieppe has said about scudsucker:

- he is a racist

- he has no science or maths background

So we're both wrong on both accounts? Who would have guessed.

But your basis for calling me a racist is purely because you have convinced yourself of something that is not true, and something that I have never shown any measure of support for.

This is dishonest, both factually and intellectually.

You know very well you are comparing two very different populations, because I have told you this. You are comparing apples and oranges, and still doubling down.

If you had chosen to compare Republican voters to Democratic voters it would have been an honest comparison.

No. Whether or not you agree with it is irrelevant. I said statistically speaking.

My intention was never to prove or disprove which party has the most racist members, but you know this.

* subscribe. See comment above about your language skills.

See first paragraph.

For what it is worth, CRT is not a policy anyway - a hint is in the name, third letter of the acronym stands for "theory". It is a set of ideas, not a group of Democratic Party policies.

They implement elements of the theory in their policies. This should be obvious.

I hope you had some copium with your coke.

Had a few beers and a nice G&T thanks.

I'm going to help you out here with something I typed on my phone (hence many minor edits) while enjoying a nice cold beer. I honestly hope it will help you understand where you went wrong.

**Population error:**

By counting 117,800 white supremacists, who are presumably racist and comparing that number to Democratic voters (you claim without much evidence that there at 78.87 million of these voters) all you have proven is that there are more Democratic voters than white supremacists. That is all.

The evidence was provided, but seems that you did not read the linked source. No surprise.

The numbers serves as a base to compare from.

You are conflating the two population groups. We can probably agree that around 100% of white supremacists are indeed racist.

We cannot apply that number to a population of Democratic voters because you have not shown any evidence for any racists in the population of Democratic voters. See, this is how statistics and maths works: you compare a known fraction of a population to another known population

Yes that is a safe assumption.

And that is what I did.

Even if you had done this, you would have been able to state only **one** of the following propositions because that is all you tested for:

Either,

A) the proportion of racists in the population of Democratic voters is LESS than the proportion of racists in various named white supremacist groups, or

B) the proportion of racists in the population of Democratic voters is MORE than the proportion of racists in various named white supremacist groups.

What you are trying to present is a different proposition, one that you have not backed up.

Wrong. That was not what I tested for. I just highlighted how small the percentage of Democrat voters that believe in CRT & ID

*need to be* to equal the amount of White supremacists. That percentage is so small it is basically negligible.

**Category error:**

You have not shown any evidence that Critical Race Theory and Identity Politics are inherently racist. You have stated as much, but without supporting evidence.

It is, but that is a different discussion.

You also appear to think that only white supremacists on the right can be racist, while **any** of the population of Democratic voters can justifiably be accused.

Incorrect. Conservatives are accused without evidence of being White Supremacists or just sympathetic to them. So I correctly stated "Statistically speaking I am more likely to be correct than someone claiming a conservative is a white supremacist."

**Conflation error:**

You constantly flip between "**belief** amongst the population of Democratic voters in CRT and/or IP" as racist, and decrying "CRT/IP as Democratic Party **policies**"

This is probably unintentional, but you need to be aware that they are **very** different things.

You need belief to believe the theory yes. That is a step beyond just supporting the implemented policies without understanding their roots.

You also conflate white supremacist bodies with the entire right wing, by doing so implying that there are "only" 117,800 "bad apples" in the entirety of US right wing politics.

This is an absurdity, and I notice you choose not to use left wing extremists for your opposing numbers, instead deciding to present the entirety of the population of Democratic voters.

This is clearly dishonest. On the one hand you want to describe white supremacists - and only white supremacists - as racist. On the other, you want to suggest that the majority of left leaning people are racist.

Incorrect. White supremacists are used as a catch all boogie man. I never made any assertion as to how many bad apples there are in the different parties. Other extremists groups were not part of the initial conversation.

Again incorrect I never said anything about the majority of left leaning people.

You often switch terminology between white supremacists and racists (only, of course, those on the right) in order to muddy the waters, no doubt so you can use the white supremacist angle to either raise a strawman or to suggest I am strawmanning. This is dishonest.

Again wrong. White supremacists was the topic of the conversation, there was no muddying the water.

**Backtracking:**

When you claimed, statistically as a left leaning person I was more likely to be racist, you then presented a figure that implies, inaccurately, that at least 1.27% of the population of Democratic voters are in fact racist.

The figure is accurate and no that is NOT what I said.

This does not square with your claim in post

Strange because White Nationalists loved it. How about you whip out your crayons and explain what his theory means? Hahaha MediaMatters? Seriously? That's almost like quoting Qanon. edit : The burden is on you to prove your claims. So show those crayons. Here I'll even highlight an...

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Where you state

Is 1.27% - a number, I might add, derived from exceptionally dishonest maths - a large number? Is it a proportion of the general left population that allows you to reasonably assert that I am racist?

Is it a bigger or smaller number than the proportion of the population of (n=1) Hannity spouting white supremacist bigotry and thus showing that 100% of Hannity is a white supremacist?

It squares perfectly with what I said and there was no dishonest math involved.

The actual number, even using inflated values was 0,149%. I deliberately added basically a factor of 10 to show how small it is.

This long spiel is just to show you only need 1 out of every 671 Democrats to believe in CRT & ID to have the same amount of racists as there are white supremacists.

In other words the probability is quite high even if you were to factor in the varying levels of understanding of the actual theory.

Your Hannity line is just silly FYI.

Maths is indeed hard, but not *that* hard.

Again this is hardly math it's basic arithmetic. Non linear control systems is

*hard *math. Heat transfer is

*hard* math. CFD is

*hard *math.

**TLDR** I'm pleasantly surprised to finally get a non troll post from you.