Talk:Kevin B. MacDonald

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Removed Sociobiology sentence[edit]

I have removed the line: "In graduate school, he became a supporter of E.O. Wilson's theory of sociobiology."

There was a minor controversy when E.O. Wilson's "Sociobiology" was first published, but everything within the book is currently widely accepted scientific consensus. The line is a sneaky method of trying to associate E.O. Wilson's "Sociobiology" with Kevin MacDonald's philosophy... when in reality, there is no connection whatsoever. The sentence is equally as pointless as including a line such as: "In graduate school, he became a supporter of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution." Bzzzing (talk) 05:04, 8 February 2016 (UTC)

links with David Duke[edit]

MacDonald is a very frequent guest on David Duke's radio program, http://www.renseradioarchives.com/dduke/, http://davidduke.com/dr-david-duke-dr-kevin-macdonald-expose-latest-jewish-scheme-destroy-trumps-candidacy-wins-gop-nod/, http://davidduke.com/dr-david-duke-dr-kevin-macdonald-jewish-oligarchs-run/, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUDU1X29SJU. Unfortunately I have not been able to find sources for this fact other than Duke's websites, but it would be good to add to the article because its connected with MacDonald's Anti-Jewish, European Nationalist politics which have gone to the point that he openly associates with Nazis such as Duke. The article already mentions that Duke attended an award ceremony for MacDonald, so perhaps the fact that MacDonald is a frequent guest on Duke's radio show could be added to that part of the article. Is David Duke's website a good enough source for the fact that MacDonald is a frequent guest on his radio show or does a secondary source need to be used?RandomScholar30 (talk) 04:38, 27 May 2016 (UTC)