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Pictures we have of Ancient Egyptians, they were Caucasians. More ancient egyptians would have looked even more white.

 

Once upon a time, three thousand years ago, Egyptians were proud white people. Slightly tanned middle eastern like one might have found in Pompei or southern Italy. But Caucasian non the less. And recent genetic testing of mummies has proven it now beyond any question.*(see article below)  While Awasi tried to suppress the results (himself not very white) the results were leaked and are now accepted. And it matches with their history and drawings. They were a white race. And they flourished.

Have you visited Egypt recently? It’s a filthy pit of brown people honking horns, cutting chicken heads off in the streets, a far cry from the beautiful temples that the caucasians built. How did this happen?

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Black Slaves Service White Egyptian

Egypt was the first well known nation to fall to Dysgenics – that is their genetic stock literally had gotten contaminated and polluted by lesser races to the degree that there was nothing left of the original people. Whether this involved direct mating with Nubian slaves or simply being out-reproduced, they were replaced. A civilization that lasted six thousand years is now no more.

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Look at his nose, NOT a negro feature

What you will find time and again is that Caucasians have a K reproductive strategy – high investment in children, and less willingness to reproduce in tough times to bring their population down to match resources. This is fine until a R reproductive (reproduce like rabbits always with no regard for resources or ability to care for children) race moves in.  Then gradually over time by sheer reproductive will, the K race is replaced. This is why homelands MUST be protected and separated from invading races. yet this is precisely what is happening to the USA and Europe today.

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Cairo Today  – Looks like most other African cities.

The USA is already massively overcrowded and running low on key resources like water, food, and definately Highways for all those cars. So the native caucasian population FEELS this stress and begins to pull back from families and making babies. This is what a K Reproductive species do. This includes Asians as well, and studying the statistics one could argue that they are even MORE likely to halt reproduction in response to crowding and stress – that is the case in Japan today. Have you seen the sardine can subways of Tokyo? They have Human PUSHERS to force more people on.  Do you feel like you need more kids when that is happening? Heck no!

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Nertiti’s Bust Clearly Shows Caucasian Features – Born 1370 BC

America’s invasion by central Americans, Africans, and African welfare breeding programs has already radically reduced the Europanic population of the USA from 91% in 1960 to 55% today in 2019. By 2030-2040, Europanics with be the minority race, and there simply won’t be a large enough productive tax base to pay for the welfare and social security and disability (90% of blacks qualify as low IQ individuals).  What happens then? That’s only 15 years from now!

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Cairo Now Created By Blacks not Caucasians

As Japans population pulls back, many of their small towns in the country are dying out. But soon one would expect teams of hipsters and bohos to go HEY let’s take that town and start farming its all FREE! Still the draw of the congested cities jobs and money pulls strong.

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White Egyptian Ruler on Left, Slave on right

Let us mourn the death of the Egyptians.  As nation after nation falls to a dysgenic invasion we must ask ourselves the question – Is my country next?

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Modern “Egyptians” are a different people than the pyramid builders

The team sampled 151 mummified individuals from the archaeological site of Abusir el-Meleq, along the Nile River in Middle Egypt, from two anthropological collections hosted and curated at the University of Tübingen and the Felix von Luschan Skull Collection at the Museum of Prehistory of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Stiftung Preussicher Kulturbesitz.

In total, the authors recovered partial genomes from 90 individuals, and genome-wide datasets from three individuals. They were able to use the data gathered to test previous hypotheses drawn from archaeological and historical data, and from studies of modern DNA.

“In particular, we were interested in looking at changes and continuities in the genetic makeup of the ancient inhabitants of Abusir el-Meleq,” said Alexander Peltzer, one of the lead authors of the study from the University of Tübingen.

The team wanted to determine if the investigated ancient populations were affected at the genetic level by foreign conquest and domination during the time period under study, and compared these populations to modern Egyptian comparative populations.

“There is literary and archaeological evidence for foreign influence at the site, including the presence of individuals with Greek and Latin names and the use of foreign material culture,” said co-author W. Paul van Pelt from Cambridge’s Division of Archaeology. “However, neither of these provides direct evidence for the presence of foreigners or of individuals with a migration background, because many markers of Greek and Roman identity became ‘status symbols’ and were adopted by natives and foreigners alike. The combined use of artefacts, textual evidence and ancient DNA data allows a more holistic study of past identities and cultural exchange or ‘entanglement’.”

The study found that the inhabitants of Absur el-Meleq were most closely related to ancient populations in the Levant, and were also closely related to Neolithic populations from the Anatolian Peninsula and Europe. “The genetics of the Abusir el-Meleq community did not undergo any major shifts during the 1,300 year timespan we studied, suggesting that the population remained genetically relatively unaffected by foreign conquest and rule,” said Wolfgang Haak, group leader at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, and a co-author of the paper.

The data shows that modern Egyptians share approximately 8% more ancestry on the nuclear level with sub-Saharan African populations than the inhabitants of Abusir el-Meleq, suggesting that an increase in sub-Saharan African gene flow into Egypt occurred within the last 2,000 years. Possible causal factors may have been improved mobility down the Nile River, increased long-distance trade between sub-Saharan Africa and Egypt, and the trans-Saharan slave trade that began approximately 1,300 years ago.

Reference:
​Verena J. Schuenemann et al. ‘Ancient Egyptian mummy genomes suggest an increase of Sub-Saharan African ancestry in post-Roman periods.’ Nature Communications (2017). DOI: 10.1038/ncomms15694