Orchid

An orchid is an orchid is an orchid.  Anyone who spots an orchid knows it’s an orchid, and almost nobody knows that, including hybrids and cultivars, there are more than 100 THOUSAND species which to the untrained eye are indistinguishable from each other.  A third grader doesn’t’ need any training to spot and identify an orchid—but to distinguish one of the 100,000 species of orchids from another requires years of training and education, perhaps a microscope, and certainly a large library

 

 

Scientists and bureaucrats and politicians and educators and mediots have no problems acknowledging these ONE HUNDRED THOUSANDS OF SPECIES—but to refer to niggers as a different species than Whites could cost them their jobs, or worse.  Why?  What’s so sacred about classifying the dozens or hundreds of different human species that it can’t even be mentioned, while botanists get away with classifying tens of thousands of orchid species, CREATING tens of thousands of NEW species, and BRAGGING about it?

Orchidaceae, also called the Orchid family, is the largest family of the flowering plants (Angiospermae). [1] [2] Its name is derived from the genus Orchis.

The Royal Botanical Gardens of Kew list 880 genera and nearly 22,000 accepted species, but the exact number is unknown (perhaps as many as 25,000)[3] because of taxonomy disputes. The number of orchid species equals about four times the number of mammal species, or more than twice the number of bird species. It also encompasses about 6–11% of all seed plants.[4] About 800 new orchid species are added each year. The largest genera are Bulbophyllum (2,000 species), Epidendrum (1,500 species), Dendrobium (1,400 species) and Pleurothallis (1,000 species). The family also includes the Vanilla (the genus of the vanilla plant), Orchis (type genus) and many commonly cultivated plants like some Phalaenopsis or Cattleya.

Moreover, since the introduction of tropical species in the 19th century, horticulturists have more than 100,000 hybrids and cultivars.

A third grader can also spot the difference between a White man and a nigger, with no training, no education, no microscope, no library, and no human intervention whatsoever.  What requires human intervention, AND brainwashing, AND dumbing down, AND dyslexia, is to repeat the mantra “we are all of the human race” without flinching.  Why can a third grader spot the difference between niggers and Whites, identify one of the 100,000 SPECIES of orchid on sight, notice that the differences between SPECIES of orchids are trivial relative to the differences between niggers and Whites, and do it all without human intervention?  GOD THE RACIST MADE IT THAT WAY.

All of this is before we consider that the DNA barcode of orchids now enables us to distinguish one species of orchid from another when to the human eye they look the same, something that’s adding new species by the day.  This should be a crime: why should plant racists be allowed to call all these *differences* “species”, when human racists can’t even call different and diverse human races different names? The differences in chromosomes which enable plant racists to identify one hundred THOUSAND different species of orchids are trivial relative to the differences in chromosomes between niggers and Whites which “Americans” can’t even call different “races”.

Bottom line: there’s not ONE human species, there are dozens or hundreds of them, and it’s misleading, a LIE, and obfuscation, to claim there are only three human “races”.