The Massive Race Lie

This graphic doesn’t tell the whole story. If you put Neanderthals and Homo erectus on this graphic, even they would be genetically closer to Eurasians than Eurasians are to sub-saharan africans.

Modern Eurasians are more closely related to Neanderthals and to Homo erectus than to modern sub-saharan africans.

Let me repeat that: Modern Eurasians are more closely related to Neanderthals and to Homo erectus than to modern sub-saharan africans.

They are straight-up lying about race. Sub-saharan africans are unquestionably and beyond any scientific doubt a different species.

the genetic distance between the two species of gorilla, Gorilla gorilla and G. beringei, 0.04%, is nearly six times less than the genetic distance between (sub-Saharan) Africans (Bantu) and Eurasians (English), 0.23%, either Africans and Eurasians should be classified as two different species or gorillas should be classified as a single species. The genetic distance between the common chimp and the bonobo is 0.103% (Curnoe, 2003), less than half the English-Bantu genetic distance of 0.23%, and therefore either (at least some) sub-Saharan blacks and Eurasians should be classified as different species or the common chimp and the bonobo (and the two species of orangutan) should be classified as the same species. Although wolves (Canis lupus) and dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) are a different species (lupus) than coyotes (Canis latrans), “… there is less mtDNA difference between dogs, wolves, and coyotes than there is between the various ethnic groups of human beings…” (Coppinger, 1995). It seems that taxonomists have been bending their objectivity a bit.

it continues…

Until the 1960s, Neanderthals were classified as Homo neanderthalensis, a different species from us, Homo sapiens. But the genetic distance between Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis (<0.08%) is less than the genetic distance between the two chimpanzee species (0.103). Today, Neanderthals are classified as Homo sapiens neanderthalensis, a sub-species of our species, while we are another sub-species, Homo sapiens sapiens. The genetic distance between (sub-Saharan) Africans and Eurasians (0.2%) is more than twice the genetic distance between living humans and Neanderthals (0.08%) so, at the very least, Africans should be classified as a sub-species, Homo sapiens africanus and Eurasians as another sub-species, Homo sapiens eurasianensis.
Finally, the genetic distance between Homo sapiens and Homo erectus is estimated as 0.170 (mean given as 0.19), about the same as the genetic distance between the Bantu Africans and the Eskimos, but the genetic distance between living Africans and Eurasians is 0.23. Thus, Homo sapiens is more closely related to Homo erectus than Eurasians are to sub-Saharan Africans. Either erectus should be reclassified as Homo sapiens erectus or sub-Saharan Africans should be reclassified as Homo africanus.

Source: Erectus Walks Amongst Us: The evolution of modern humans; Richard D. Fuerle; ch. 28

…craniofacial morphology is usually considered a rather reliable proxy of genetic affinities and is commonly used for assessing genetic relationships among populations (e.g. Betti et al., 2009;Harvati and Weaver, 2006;Manica et al., 2007, Matsumura et al., 20182007;Relethford and Harpending, 1994;Relethford and Smith, 2018;Reyes-Centeno et al., 2017;Roseman, 2004;von Cramon-Taubadel, 2011, 2014von Cramon-Taubadel and Weaver, 2009)

Source: Paleogenetic and morphometric analysis of a Mesolithic individual from Grotta d’Oriente: An oldest genetic legacy for the first modern humans in Sicily; Modi Alessandra, Giulio Catalano, Giuseppe D’Amore, David Caramelli

How skulls look is a good indicator of genetic distance.

Aboriginal and European skulls compared
European and african skulls compared


 

That Africans carry more ancestral alleles (=archaic or apes) has been well demonstrated by the rooting of phylogenetic trees in Africa for both autosomes and uniparental DNAs by using the outgroup rooting method. Biological significance of this? Eerie silence…

Dr. Huang, Central South University Center for Medical Genetics, and former Professor of Epigenetics and Evolution, Central South University

Public policy based on ignored and/or false science isn’t just wrong. From hiring discrimination to education admissions discrimination to immigration to policing policies, the results are a severe human rights violation and civilizational catastrophe.


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