Jump to content

Race, IQ, and Wealth: World’s Poorest and Richest States


Recommended Posts

http://newobserveronline.com/race-iq-and-wealth-worlds-poorest-and-richest-states/

 

The direct correlation between race, IQ, and achievement has been dramatically illustrated once again with the news that 33 of the world’s 60 poorest countries are in Africa.

 

 

The list, extracted from data collated by Global Finance Magazine, found that only four countries out of the bottom 25 are not African. They are Afghanistan, Kiribati, the Solomon Islands, and Haiti.
 
Based on data from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, the magazine ranked the world’s countries according to their GDP based on purchasing power parity per capita.
The PPP takes into account the relative cost of living and the inflation rates of the countries to compare living standards among the different nations.
 
The GDP per capita listed represents the amount of wealth produced in 2015 and is expressed in international dollars.
 
60. Guyana — GDP per capita: $7,919
59. Philippines — GDP per capita: $7,696
58. Bolivia — GDP per capita: $7,190
57. Angola — GDP per capita: $6,844
56. Republic of Congo — GDP per capita: $6,786
55. Cabo Verde — GDP per capita: $6,743
54. India — GDP per capita: $6,658
53. Uzbekistan — GDP per capita: $6,452
52. Vietnam — GDP per capita: $6,421
51. Myanmar — GDP per capita: $5,953
50. Nigeria — GDP per capita: $5,929
49. Laos — GDP per capita: $5,718
48. Samoa — GDP per capita: $5,368
47. Tonga — GDP per capita: $5,332
46. Nicaragua — GDP per capita: $5,280
45. Honduras — GDP per capita: $5,264
44. Moldova — GDP per capita: $5,217
43. Pakistan — GDP per capita: $5,120
42. Sudan — GDP per capita: $4,452
41. Mauritania — GDP per capita: $4,404
40. Ghana — GDP per capita: $4,380
39. Timor-Leste — GDP per capita: $4,186
38. Zambia — GDP per capita: $3,898
37. Bangladesh — GDP per capita: $3,890
36. Cambodia — GDP per capita: $3,735
35. Côte d’Ivoire — GDP per capita: $3,581
34. Tuvalu — GDP per capita: $3,566
33. Papua New Guinea — GDP per capita: $3,542
32. Kyrgyz Republic — GDP per capita: $3,467
31. Djibouti — GDP per capita: $3,369
30. Kenya — GDP per capita: $3,360
29. São Tomé and Príncipe — GDP per capita: $3,344
28. Cameroon — GDP per capita: $3,260
27. Marshall Islands — GDP per capita: $3,239
26. Lesotho — GDP per capita: $3,107
25. Tanzania — GDP per capita: $2,054
24. Afghanistan — GDP per capita: $2,051 
23. Benin — GDP per capita: $1,957
22. Solomon Islands — GDP per capita: $1,877
21. Gambia — GDP per capita: $1,849 
20. Haiti — GDP per capita: $1,846 
19. Uganda — GDP per capita: £1,836
18. Burkina Faso — GDP per capita: $1,82
17. Rwanda — GDP per capita: $1,782
16. Comoros — GDP per capita: $1,735 
15. Ethiopia — GDP per capita: $1,656
14. Kiribati — GDP per capita: $1,640 
13. Mali — GDP per capita: $1,614 
12. Togo — GDP per capita: $1,525 
11. Guinea-Bissau — GDP per capita: $1,491 
10. Madagascar — GDP per capita: $1,477
9. Guinea — GDP per capita: $1,388
8. Eritrea — GDP per capita: $1,210 
7. Mozambique — GDP per capita: $1,208
6. Niger — GDP per capita: $1069
5. Burundi — GDP per capita: $951
4. Liberia — GDP per capita: $934
3. Malawi — GDP per capita: $819
2. Democratic Republic of Congo — GDP per capita: $753
1. Central African Republic — GDP per capita: $639
 
It is of course no coincidence that all of these states have dismally low IQs, with many hovering around the 60 point level.
 
The full report found that the richest countries in the world—excluding the artificially rich oil-producing nations whose GDP is completely unrelated to the people living in those states—are all European and South East Asian, precisely the states with the highest average IQ populations.
 

Share this:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • Replies 100
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

13 minutes ago, PETECOOK003 said:

http://newobserveronline.com/race-iq-and-wealth-worlds-poorest-and-richest-states/

 

The direct correlation between race, IQ, and achievement has been dramatically illustrated once again with the news that 33 of the world’s 60 poorest countries are in Africa.

 

 

The list, extracted from data collated by Global Finance Magazine, found that only four countries out of the bottom 25 are not African. They are Afghanistan, Kiribati, the Solomon Islands, and Haiti.
 
Based on data from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, the magazine ranked the world’s countries according to their GDP based on purchasing power parity per capita.
The PPP takes into account the relative cost of living and the inflation rates of the countries to compare living standards among the different nations.
 
The GDP per capita listed represents the amount of wealth produced in 2015 and is expressed in international dollars.
 
60. Guyana — GDP per capita: $7,919
59. Philippines — GDP per capita: $7,696
58. Bolivia — GDP per capita: $7,190
57. Angola — GDP per capita: $6,844
56. Republic of Congo — GDP per capita: $6,786
55. Cabo Verde — GDP per capita: $6,743
54. India — GDP per capita: $6,658
53. Uzbekistan — GDP per capita: $6,452
52. Vietnam — GDP per capita: $6,421
51. Myanmar — GDP per capita: $5,953
50. Nigeria — GDP per capita: $5,929
49. Laos — GDP per capita: $5,718
48. Samoa — GDP per capita: $5,368
47. Tonga — GDP per capita: $5,332
46. Nicaragua — GDP per capita: $5,280
45. Honduras — GDP per capita: $5,264
44. Moldova — GDP per capita: $5,217
43. Pakistan — GDP per capita: $5,120
42. Sudan — GDP per capita: $4,452
41. Mauritania — GDP per capita: $4,404
40. Ghana — GDP per capita: $4,380
39. Timor-Leste — GDP per capita: $4,186
38. Zambia — GDP per capita: $3,898
37. Bangladesh — GDP per capita: $3,890
36. Cambodia — GDP per capita: $3,735
35. Côte d’Ivoire — GDP per capita: $3,581
34. Tuvalu — GDP per capita: $3,566
33. Papua New Guinea — GDP per capita: $3,542
32. Kyrgyz Republic — GDP per capita: $3,467
31. Djibouti — GDP per capita: $3,369
30. Kenya — GDP per capita: $3,360
29. São Tomé and Príncipe — GDP per capita: $3,344
28. Cameroon — GDP per capita: $3,260
27. Marshall Islands — GDP per capita: $3,239
26. Lesotho — GDP per capita: $3,107
25. Tanzania — GDP per capita: $2,054
24. Afghanistan — GDP per capita: $2,051 
23. Benin — GDP per capita: $1,957
22. Solomon Islands — GDP per capita: $1,877
21. Gambia — GDP per capita: $1,849 
20. Haiti — GDP per capita: $1,846 
19. Uganda — GDP per capita: £1,836
18. Burkina Faso — GDP per capita: $1,82
17. Rwanda — GDP per capita: $1,782
16. Comoros — GDP per capita: $1,735 
15. Ethiopia — GDP per capita: $1,656
14. Kiribati — GDP per capita: $1,640 
13. Mali — GDP per capita: $1,614 
12. Togo — GDP per capita: $1,525 
11. Guinea-Bissau — GDP per capita: $1,491 
10. Madagascar — GDP per capita: $1,477
9. Guinea — GDP per capita: $1,388
8. Eritrea — GDP per capita: $1,210 
7. Mozambique — GDP per capita: $1,208
6. Niger — GDP per capita: $1069
5. Burundi — GDP per capita: $951
4. Liberia — GDP per capita: $934
3. Malawi — GDP per capita: $819
2. Democratic Republic of Congo — GDP per capita: $753
1. Central African Republic — GDP per capita: $639
 
It is of course no coincidence that all of these states have dismally low IQs, with many hovering around the 60 point level.
 
The full report found that the richest countries in the world—excluding the artificially rich oil-producing nations whose GDP is completely unrelated to the people living in those states—are all European and South East Asian, precisely the states with the highest average IQ populations.
 

Share this:

Nurture and nature.  Both are comparing what already exists without considering how everything arrives and leaves while only spaced apart in the same moment here.  Lets take your race baiting topic for example, darker skin tones reflect the ancestry was from tropical and subtropic environment while Caucasians were from temperate to sub arctic conditions north and south of the equator.

 

Now how does life exist in these temperature variations of adapting socially in this atmosphere?  3- 6 month growing season vs year round crop harvesting?  Really requires separate social requirements to adapt during dry and cold seasons ancestrally. Culture or cultivating mental conditions does convert navigating while eternally separated to intellectually developed time lines and dead line management to existing self contained to the moment here.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Just now, PETECOOK003 said:

Why do u debate like this ?

 

do u ever have a debate point?  LIke a point about why you think IQ averages have nothing to do with race? 

and some science?

 

WHY ON EARTH DO YOU ONLY CALL NAMES. U DEBATE LIKE A KID 

 

you're a racist jerkoff

Link to comment
Share on other sites

3 minutes ago, PETECOOK003 said:

well what are you tryhing to say in a nutshell about that book and this topic? 

 

I can't do the book justice in a few sentences but the author attempts to prove that societies evolved and came to be as they did based upon factors such as competition, exposure to other cultures/nations, trade, access to guns, and exposure to various ailments/bacteria. Africa, for example, had very little exposure to the outside world and so evolved in a different manner than did italy/greece/croatia. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

37 minutes ago, impartialobserver said:

 

I can't do the book justice in a few sentences but the author attempts to prove that societies evolved and came to be as they did based upon factors such as competition, exposure to other cultures/nations, trade, access to guns, and exposure to various ailments/bacteria. Africa, for example, had very little exposure to the outside world and so evolved in a different manner than did italy/greece/croatia. 

 

 

ok well i think iq is biggest factor in why some races dont achieve as much as others 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

16 hours ago, PETECOOK003 said:

The direct correlation between race, IQ, and achievement has been dramatically illustrated once again with the news that 33 of the world’s 60 poorest countries are in Africa.

 

.....While WE'RE merely experiencing the TRUMP EFFECT.

 

https://www.liberalforum.org/topic/222226-trump-destroying-us-brand/

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

What is the IQ of Pete Cook003?  Was it necessary to pitch Pete Cook 000, Pete Cook 001. and Pete Cook 002 in the dumpster before this clown  made the team?\

Peteyboy can tell us the average IQ of Gabon but he does not know his own.

 

I read Germs, Guns and Steel, and you are right, it is a very interesting book. About 67 times more interesting than this  White Supremacist Bozo, to be precise.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

It’s largely because of systemic racism towards minorities.   Its only been 150 years since minorities were liberated thanks to the emancipation proclamation.  Fastforward... its only been a little over 50 years since they were granted civil rights.

 

Think about that for a second.  Dont create a ‘ Whataboutism’.   Dont try and justify it by appealing to a statistic.  Think about a society that has dealt with adversity (and still do) for their entire existence.  And then you tell me its their fault for not being properly assimilated into a culture.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

18 hours ago, PETECOOK003 said:

Why do u debate like this ?

 

do u ever have a debate point?  LIke a point about why you think IQ averages have nothing to do with race? 

and some science?

 

WHY ON EARTH DO YOU ONLY CALL NAMES. U DEBATE LIKE A KID 

 

Why is it that the stupider and more ignorant a person is, the more likely they are to vote like you?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

18 hours ago, PETECOOK003 said:

http://newobserveronline.com/race-iq-and-wealth-worlds-poorest-and-richest-states/

 

The direct correlation between race, IQ, and achievement has been dramatically illustrated once again with the news that 33 of the world’s 60 poorest countries are in Africa.

 

 

The list, extracted from data collated by Global Finance Magazine, found that only four countries out of the bottom 25 are not African. They are Afghanistan, Kiribati, the Solomon Islands, and Haiti.
 
Based on data from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, the magazine ranked the world’s countries according to their GDP based on purchasing power parity per capita.
The PPP takes into account the relative cost of living and the inflation rates of the countries to compare living standards among the different nations.
 
The GDP per capita listed represents the amount of wealth produced in 2015 and is expressed in international dollars.
 
60. Guyana — GDP per capita: $7,919
59. Philippines — GDP per capita: $7,696
58. Bolivia — GDP per capita: $7,190
57. Angola — GDP per capita: $6,844
56. Republic of Congo — GDP per capita: $6,786
55. Cabo Verde — GDP per capita: $6,743
54. India — GDP per capita: $6,658
53. Uzbekistan — GDP per capita: $6,452
52. Vietnam — GDP per capita: $6,421
51. Myanmar — GDP per capita: $5,953
50. Nigeria — GDP per capita: $5,929
49. Laos — GDP per capita: $5,718
48. Samoa — GDP per capita: $5,368
47. Tonga — GDP per capita: $5,332
46. Nicaragua — GDP per capita: $5,280
45. Honduras — GDP per capita: $5,264
44. Moldova — GDP per capita: $5,217
43. Pakistan — GDP per capita: $5,120
42. Sudan — GDP per capita: $4,452
41. Mauritania — GDP per capita: $4,404
40. Ghana — GDP per capita: $4,380
39. Timor-Leste — GDP per capita: $4,186
38. Zambia — GDP per capita: $3,898
37. Bangladesh — GDP per capita: $3,890
36. Cambodia — GDP per capita: $3,735
35. Côte d’Ivoire — GDP per capita: $3,581
34. Tuvalu — GDP per capita: $3,566
33. Papua New Guinea — GDP per capita: $3,542
32. Kyrgyz Republic — GDP per capita: $3,467
31. Djibouti — GDP per capita: $3,369
30. Kenya — GDP per capita: $3,360
29. São Tomé and Príncipe — GDP per capita: $3,344
28. Cameroon — GDP per capita: $3,260
27. Marshall Islands — GDP per capita: $3,239
26. Lesotho — GDP per capita: $3,107
25. Tanzania — GDP per capita: $2,054
24. Afghanistan — GDP per capita: $2,051 
23. Benin — GDP per capita: $1,957
22. Solomon Islands — GDP per capita: $1,877
21. Gambia — GDP per capita: $1,849 
20. Haiti — GDP per capita: $1,846 
19. Uganda — GDP per capita: £1,836
18. Burkina Faso — GDP per capita: $1,82
17. Rwanda — GDP per capita: $1,782
16. Comoros — GDP per capita: $1,735 
15. Ethiopia — GDP per capita: $1,656
14. Kiribati — GDP per capita: $1,640 
13. Mali — GDP per capita: $1,614 
12. Togo — GDP per capita: $1,525 
11. Guinea-Bissau — GDP per capita: $1,491 
10. Madagascar — GDP per capita: $1,477
9. Guinea — GDP per capita: $1,388
8. Eritrea — GDP per capita: $1,210 
7. Mozambique — GDP per capita: $1,208
6. Niger — GDP per capita: $1069
5. Burundi — GDP per capita: $951
4. Liberia — GDP per capita: $934
3. Malawi — GDP per capita: $819
2. Democratic Republic of Congo — GDP per capita: $753
1. Central African Republic — GDP per capita: $639
 
It is of course no coincidence that all of these states have dismally low IQs, with many hovering around the 60 point level.
 
The full report found that the richest countries in the world—excluding the artificially rich oil-producing nations whose GDP is completely unrelated to the people living in those states—are all European and South East Asian, precisely the states with the highest average IQ populations.
 

Share this:

Yawn, so we are IQ superior to the brown people?

No comparison of the USA v's say sweden?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You are posting as a guest. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share


×
×
  • Create New...