Every expert and economist agrees: bringing millions of random people from Mexico and Central America to the United States causes trillions of dollars to start raining down from the sky! But the government of El Salvador doesn’t seem to believe. The lengths they are willing to go through just to prevent their own citizens from coming home is hilarious. El Salvadore's foreign minister is now in Qatar begging the oil sheiks to take the 200,000 who lost their TPS status and are marked for deportation off his hands.
Ancient Egyptian race controversy
Ancient Egyptian race controversy refers to modern claims that the ancient Egyptians were significantly Subsaharan African instead of them being racially European Mediterraneans which they are in reality, when Egypt is north of the Sahara, and the debunking of those claims. The demography of North Africa today is different because of Arab Mohammedan conquerors committing genocide for a thousand years. Up to 70 percent of British men and half of all Western European men are related to the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun, geneticists in Switzerland said.
Evidence through logic
- Hiernaux, J. 1975 The People of Africa. New York.
- Greene, D.L. (1981) "A critique of methods used to reconstruct racial and population affinity in the Nile Valley." Bulletin et Menwires de la Societe d'Anthropologie de Paris 13/8:357-65.
- Angel, J.L. (1972) "Biological relationships of Egyptian and Eastern Mediterranean populations during Predynastic times." Journal of Human Evolution 1 :307 -13.
- Gabel, C. 1966 "Prehistoric populations in Africa" In Boston University Papers on Africa. Volume /I. African History. Ed. Jeffrey Butler. Boston.
- Rightmire, G. P. 1975 "Problems in tlle study of later Pleistocene Man in Africa." American Anthropology 77:28-52.
- Schepartz, L. A. 1987 "Who were tlle later Pleistocene Eastern Africans?" African Archeological Review 6:57-72.
- Bar Yosef, O. 1987 "Pleistocene connexions between Africa and Southwest Asia." African Archaeological Review 5:29-38.
- Harris, J. and K. Weeks 1973 X-Raying the Pharaohs. New York.
- Brauer, G. 1976 "Morphological and multivariate analysis of human skeletons from Iron Age graves northeast of Lake Eyasi (Tanzania)." Homo 27:185-765.
- Mukherjee, R., C. Rao, and 1. C. Trevor 1955 The Ancient Inhabitants of Jebel Moya (Sudan). Cambridge.
- Nutter, M. C. 1958 "An Osteological Study of tlle Hominoidea." PhD. Dissertation, Cambridge University.
- Hillson, S. W. 1978 "Human Biological Variation in the Nile Valley, in Relation to Environmental Factors." Ph.D., University of London.
- Petit-Mair, N. and O. Dutour 1987 "Holocene populations of the Western and Southern Sahara: Mechtoids and paleoclimates." In Dose, A., ed., Prehistory of Arid North Africa, Dallas.
- Berry, A. C. and R.I. Berry 1972 "Origins and relationships of the ancient Egyptians." Journal of Human Evolution 1 :199-208.
- Strouhal, E. and J. Jungwirth 1979 "Paleogenetics of the late Roman-early Byzantine cemeteries at Sayala, Egyptian Nubia." Journal of Human Evolution 8:699-703
- Paoli, G. 1972 "Further biochemical and immunological investigations on early Egyptian remains." Journal of Human Evolution 1 :457-66.
- Hassan, F. A. 1988 "The predynastic of Egypt." Journal of World Prehistory 2:135-85.
- MacGaffey, W. 1966 "Concepts of race in tlle historiography of northeast Africa." Journal of African History 7:1-17.
- Sanders, E. 1969 "The Hamitic Hypothesis: Its origin and functions in time perspective." Journal of African History 10:521-32.
- Arkell, A. 1. and P. Ucko 1965 "A review of Predynastic development in the Nile valley." Current Anthropology 6:145-66.
These claims are simply false. Taking some of these sources at random we find:
Paoli, G. 1972 "Further biochemical and immunological investigations on early Egyptian remains." Journal of Human Evolution 1 :457-66.
- "ABO typing of Dynastic Egyptian skeletal remains showed remarkable difficulties. Satisfying results have however been obtained performing the test with aqueous extracts of the bone powder previously washed with 90% phenol/water. With this technique 220 right femora have been tested, but only 160 of them (73%) gave rise to a definite result. Furthermore, some biochemical analyses of the same extracts used for ABO typing have been carried out, namely organic nitrogen dosage and protein estimation. It results that the immunological reaction is helped by an optimal amount of these substances, but both excessively high or low content of nitrogen and proteins can interfere with HI reaction.
- The genic frequencies calculated on the basis of the phenotypical distribution are the following ones: p = 34·35; q = 21·45; r = 44·20. Similar frequencies can be found, among the living populations of northern Africa, in the Algerian Haratin. This resemblance, however, remains unexplained."
Berry, A. C. and R.I. Berry 1972 "Origins and relationships of the ancient Egyptians." Journal of Human Evolution 1 :199-208.
- "Determination of the relationships of ancient races depends on the availability of a method to genetically characterize physical remains. In practice this has meant using bones—and historically this has involved measurements of bones. However, work on mice has shown that non-metrical traits (particularly of the skull) can be more easily adopted as genetical markers, and statistics based on the incidences of non-metrical variants are being increasingly employed by anthropologists.
- In a previous study of non-metrical variation it was found that the Egyptians (i.e. series of Egyptian crania from different excavations now on British collections) changed very little through Pre-dynastic, Old and Middle Kingdom times. Only in the New Kingdom (when there was considerable immigration into the Nile Valley) was the carrier stability upset.
- Comparison with non-Egyptian series showed the early Egyptian “type” to be much more like a north Indian series than ones of semitic, negroid or north European origins."
Rightmire, G. P. 1975 "Problems in the study of later Pleistocene Man in Africa." American Anthropology 77:28-52.
- "Exclusive post-Pleistocene occupation of the Rift and surrounding area by non-Negro peoples is thus unlikely, as some of the early East Africans do not fit well as “Mediterranean” Caucasoids, if modern Egyptians are taken as representative of that population. This emphasizes the fact that Negro peoples have had a long and diverse history in the east, as presumably elsewhere in the central and western parts of Africa. A more detailed understanding of this history will have to be constructed through continuing attention to linguistics and archaeology, as well as study of the skeletons."