My arguments are not for affirmative action. They are against the notion of "the equality of merit" as it exists today, emphasis on quotation marks.
Then I apologize if I misconstrued your points, but this thread itself is about intentionally including/not including and hiring/not hiring people based first on their genes, which is affirmative action.
As I hopefully made clear in my previous post, I agree that the "equality of merit" is a flawed concept. I'm just saying that the suggestions made by the OP are similarly flawed, and do nothing to address the problem we're both discussing.
Oh, this topic is entirely tangential to the OP, I'm well aware.