I heard the most common consensus on race is that there are some differences here and there, but the differences are so minuscule that it's almost not worth considering. Is this correct?
And even if there are genetic differences, IQ is definitely not one them.
I also heard that Stefan is now blocking and deleting anyone that calls him out. That is why I unsubscribed from him.
It's "worse" than that--at least for "race realists": the differences simply grade into each other, with relatively few distinct boundaries. Additionally, if you're going to divide humanity, it works out that everyone outside Africa is closer to each other than Africans are to each other (And all people out of Africa are a subset of Africans anyway); and the total differences between all humans is extremely low--some say less than a troop of chimps.
To give you an idea of how surreal it can get, consider that, as per genetic analysis, Cheddar man (a hunter-gatherer from England), had blue eyes, and dark skin: people would today call him "black". This guy lived around 9,000 years ago--he or his relations have descendants in England too. A man from Spain, 7,000 years ago, was surprisingly similar: dark skin, dark hair, blue eyes. These weren't recent arrivals from Africa: they were descendants of Ukrainian migrants who settled the region after the last glacial maximum (post 15,000 BP). They in turn were descendants of the first Europeans, who came to the region 40,000 years ago. People didn't start to get lighter skin till Near Eastern Farmers migrated there.
And as you correctly said: none of this has any impact on character, or intelligence.
From roughly 1:03:00 onward...
Then there's the stuff about Stef filing a DMCA...that his fanbase is defending.
Go here to see it in context:http://www.bogosity.tv/forum/index.php?topic=315.6465
Dave and I were discussing this with Tim, but sufficed to say: one of his lieutenants filed a DMCA claim
against TruShibes, allegedly for "harassment". The guy who was affected wasn't guilty of this: the person had simply made videos showing what they believed to be Molyneaux's hypocrisy. When this was called out, Molyneaux not only didn't apologize or at least deal with the lieutenant, he doubled down on the harassment angle.