Earnest Hooton, who's anthropological views the Bass doesn't agree with fully, got one thing right for sure: From immemorial antiquity hereditary variations of bodily form have been made the basis of charges of racial inferiority in mentality and in capacity for civilization. With this contemptible subterfuge our European ancestors justified their enslavement of the Negro and their virtual extermination of the Indian and of many other primitive peoples. The "White man's burden" has been mainly one of hypocrisy. With no more savage worlds left to conquer (save only Ethiopia), the White man has turned this same vicious argument to use against his own kind, committing more crimes in the name of race than have ever been perpetrated in the name of liberty. This is a white man saying this now, funny how no one would think him to be an anti-white racist, but when the Bass says essentially the same things the Bass is a racist, how hypocritical.