Re: Archaic humans such as Neanderthals... *LINK*
Posted By: karibkween In Response To: Re: Archaic humans such as Neanderthals... *LINK* (karibkween)
Date: Sunday, 21 November 2010, at 7:39 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Archaic humans such as Neanderthals... *LINK* (karibkween)
Posted By: Pianke Nubiyang
Date: Monday, 19 December 2005, at 8:56 a.m.
Fact one: Scientific American report on the genome project show that Europeans are about 75 percent African chromosomes.
Asians are about 60 percent African chromosomes
East Indians (particularly black-skinned, African faces) are about 95 percent African chromosomes. The Negritoes of India/Andaman Islands are about 100 percent African chromosomes, so are the Blacks of New Guinea, Papua, West Papua, Melanesia and parts of Australia.
Africans South of the Sahara are about 98 to 100 percent African chromosomes. Those of the North are about 95 percent.
Now there is a 'mysterious' chromosome/alu in Europeans and Asians. THAT IS THE NEANDERTHAL GENE. It is not found in most Africans except those who are mixed with Europeans or Asians.
That 'Neanderthal' gene is an INFERIOR TRAIT AND GENE and it is not fully human but closer to a 'primitive' gene that came out of an archaic form of humans.
So, this clearly tells us who is closer to the semi-human Neanderthal. It is those with the most Neanderthal genes. Yet, since most people have more African genes, they are closer to the fully human African than they are to the hairy, archaic Neanderthal.
Neanderthal genes in whites or non-Blacks is not a mark of 'white supremacy' IT IS AN INFERIOR TRAIT, LIKE BLONDE HAIR, BLUE EYES AND PALE SKIN. What benefits are these to the earth's environment when pale skin is suceptale to skin cancer and quick aging, blonde hair cannot protect the scalp from sunburn and blue eyes are recessive traits.
Hence, those who know these are inferior, recessive traits continue to promote these traits as 'superior,' and desirable.
It is even more foolish to say that the genes of a human closer to the homoerectus, semi-ape is somehow 'superior.' There is nothing 'superior' about having Neanderthal genes. If we look at the ancient cultures of those with Neanderthal genes, we find barbarism of the worse sort, destroying of females and old people, warlike activities, roaming the wilderness of Eurasia and pillaging, infanticide (as in abortion, in destroying girls in parts of Asia, ect.). We find racism, casteism and philosophies that promote hatred of people and love of dogs (as in the New Orleans Flood disgrace where dogs were saved and Black people left to perish).
These are the differences between the PURE BLACK RACE WHO ARE 100 PERCENT FULLY HUMAN, AND THE PALE RACE WHO ARE 25 TO 40 PERCENT NEANDERTHAL.
Now the more Negroes/Blacks intermarry and defile the Black gene, the more they will continue to add this semi-ape, Neanderthal gene in the Black race and the more Blacks will become fragile and affected by all types of strange diseases.
Hence, the objective is to reject all intermarriage, reject all homosexuality and same sex trickery, have lots of pure Black babies and unite to improve Black culture.
When we look at the ancient cultures of the Black/Negro peoples from the Americas, Africa, South India, South China, Mesopotamia....we find great civilizations, sedentary living, agriculture, respect for nature, respect for women (see Diop; see "Susu Economics," at AuthorHouse.com )
AFRICAN GENES ARE SUPERIOR HUMAN GENES
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