"It is estimated that between 30% and 65% of all people worldwide are infected with toxoplasmosis... in France, for example, around 88% of the population are carriers... Germany, the Netherlands and Brazil also have high prevalences of around 68%, over 80% and 67% respectively. In Britain about 22% are carriers, and South Korea's rate is 4.3%."
"The development of such a structured prejudice did not exist prior to capitalism, and a key phase within it—the transatlantic slave trade. Forms of slavery had existed in medieval societies all over the world. Between the 10th and 16th centuries, the chief source of slaves in western Europe was eastern Europe—the word “slave” comes from the word “Slav”. But the slave trade took off on a massive scale when Portugal, Holland, England and France began growing sugar and tobacco in their colonies in the 17th century."
Consider Portugal a substitute for Brazil and substitute the Netherlands for Holland and as for France, look no further than Gay Paris; or more specifically Be(aa)l-Gium; new home of the Templars (les temps). As for Germany, maybe we've located the source of Hitler's madness.
Curious also is the fact that the Slavs of Eastern Europe trace their origins to an autochthonous Romanian culture; The Roma (Gypsies/Guidana) some have originating in many places, even as far as the Indian subcontinent; and they have been identified living among many indigenous cultures in ancient history, often times not amicably. (maybe their penchant for Bride-napping) It is the name used by Western Europeans to describe KMT, probably because at the point of introduction; Kemet was overrun with Gypsies; Moustafa Gadalla, would like to believe they were the original Egyptians, probably because their blood runs in his veins. His research however places them across the entire length of North Africa and South Western Europe. At least those parts that have been Baar(l)mitzvah
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