Do you think it is important for people to know the religion, culture, and language of their ancestors?
If they do not, do you not see that as a "catastropic" result?
Do you not see the "lustful attraction" as being planted psychologically?
I prefer a natural attraction and not a lustful one. Many destructive things have come due to lust.
When man was under his own vine, was there a lustful attraction for a woman beyond the ones in his community?
No, he had a natural attraction to his own kind.
The lustful "attractions" started coming more into play with the introduction of foreign women and culture.
Much of the lust comes from the unknown nature of the foreign woman. She was yet to be "explored".
We see the same going on today with sexual stereotypes amongst the races.
Because nature allows it doesn't make it beneficial. I tried to show you by giving examples of sterile offspring created from viable reproduction of different "species".
Who can say for sure that down syndrone, autism, and other prenatal diseases are not consequences from intermixing gene pools over time?
As far as whites being a subspecies of black people, I don't know.
I do know that Black people are the original people.
I could say that any group who came after are carbon copies, attempting to obtain the essence of the original.
Like Jason seeking the golden fleece of Chrystomellos.
Many seek yet still die with no soul.
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