and abandoning my usual beating around the bush on this one, but, you cant be seriously suggesting that the entire caucasian race is the product of some kind of interbreeding between the hypothetical albino offspring of african people.
Can you imagine for a few moments the staggering implausibility of this theory.
For a start you would have to be suggesting a programmatic system of colour cleansing being in operation across a wide range of tribal groups in a huge area to generate the kind of 'outcast' population that you are describing. Then you would have to have a rate of 'albinism' which far exceeds that which exists today in order to generate enough of a core population to move into europe and thrive there. Finally you are ignoring the sorts of natural evolutionary processes that have produced all of the other variations in human skintone (including within what are called white people) and suggesting a totally different mechanism.
Albinism may be apparently similar to being caucasian, but is gentically totally different, which is why is is entirely possiblt to be an albino caucasian. Looking for some kind of genetic reason for european behaviour, especially one as far fetched as this, to my mind just acts to shift responsibility. European history is the result of choices, not something predetermined by a seperate genetic heritage.
Just off to slip into something asbestos....
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