@matrix Its almost like living in a society that treats you unfairly, makes it harder to be financially successful, and causes you to be likely to be born into a life of poverty might possibly influence a persons perpencity towards crime.... who wulda thunk.


@freemo While that certainly plays a role, the difference is so big and not seen among other poor people that it isn't a good explanation.
The biggest contributor is in my opinion fatherlessness.

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@matrix @freemo it’s high testosterone & low impulse control. It’s literally genetic. It’s in their nature & it can not be helped by anything. R/K strategy somewhat helps to understand racial differences.
@JoonBug @matrix @freemo
>High testosterone
Really because a lot of white people have that and aren't violent. Testosterone doesn't make you impulsive and violent.
@Myron_Gaines @freemo @matrix well of course not. But combined with low impulse control, low IQ, and other genetic/behavioral factors, you get violent negroids.

I didn’t say or imply that it’s just the high testosterone.
@Myron_Gaines @freemo @matrix from pubmed- “ Mean testosterone levels in blacks were 19% higher than in whites, and free testosterone levels were 21% higher. Both these differences were statistically significant. Adjustment by analysis of covariance for time of sampling, age, weight, alcohol use, cigarette smoking, and use of prescription drugs somewhat reduced the differences. After these adjustments were made, blacks had a 15% higher testosterone level and a 13% higher free testosterone level.”

@matrix The thing it **is** seen among other poor people, and the correlation is actually rather high unlike what you suggest. It is just that it is only one part of a problem that includes many factors (And yes fatherlessness may be one of them). Clearly there is more than just the fact that they are poor that contributes to the issue, but that i part of it.

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