Re: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse?
Posted By: Eja In Response To: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse? (Ayinde)
Date: Tuesday, 6 June 2006, at 7:56 p.m.
In Response To: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse? (Ayinde)
Several questions, not directed at Ayinde but to the ones who feel most strongly about the truth in the piece of conjecture that describes 'whites' as the albino offspring of TWO African parents.
Where were the locations of these albino 'outcast colonies'? What were they called?
At what age were albino children 'put out' by thier parents or was there a mechanism by which new-born albinos were delivered to the 'outcast colonies'?
Are there any records, written (or oral) and indigenous to Africa, that speak about the organised expulsion of albino offspring?
Since two albinos mating will not always produce another albino, what did the albino parents do with thier dark-skinned children? Was there a route by which these returned to Africa or did they set up thier own 'outcast colonies'?
What was the duration of this setting-aside/casting-away of 'mutant offspring'? When and how did it end?
It did'nt by any chance only cease when the 'prodigals' returned to bring the light of thier civilization to the Dark continent of thier 'abusive parents' did it?
If the 'white' only became all hairy as a way of adapting to the cold, does this mean that apes and other creatures covered with hair also spent a long time living at the bottom of the Earth? Is there evidence of such migrations (by apes, wilderbeest and hairy rodents)?
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