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Monday, January 26, 2015

Race is a Social Construct? Nope!

By H. Millard:

      Those who want to blend away all distinct peoples, and especially White people, often say that race doesn't really exist and that it is just a social construct.  Of course, what they are really saying is:  jump in bed with people of different races because it doesn't matter and we are all the same.

This is nonsense. It is also miscegenation.  It is also genocide. I call it bedroom genocide.  Feel free to use the term. Whites should not mate with non-Whites. Period. It is the death of us.

    All humans are not the same. Your eyes tell you that. True science tells you that.  Evolution and natural selection tell you that. Statistics tell you that.  Even your nose and ears tell you that. Your senses feed information to your brain so you can survive, that's the basic purpose of our senses.  And, you are to survive so you can make more like yourself.  To make more like yourself, you have to know who is like you and who isn't so that you don't turn into a baby factory for those unlike you and produce them instead of your own kind. The Blenders want to confuse you and blur the distinctions so you will commit your own genocide and turn your White family line into a non-White family line.  They want you to devolve back into the dark masses of humanity from which we Whites evolved not that may thousands of years ago.  They want to stop your evolution along a White line.  They want to destroy you and have you be assimilated and absorbed into the dark masses and cease to exist.  They want you and all Whites to go extinct.  They want you dead.
But there is something even more basic here that must be understood as to why the concept of  race is real and not just a social construct. And, it is this.  Every word ever uttered by any human is a made up word.  We make up words to distinguish between different things.  We humans need words to properly think about things.  We really can't think about things correctly unless we have  words for them.
Humans, with our large brains and a higher consciousness  and discernment than so-called lower organisms look around us and we see differences in different things and we make up words so we can think about them and also so we can know what is dangerous and what isn't, and for many other reasons.   Lower organisms might see a forest and think all the trees are the same.  Humans know there are differences, and we give the trees different names.  It is the same with everything else that humans encounter.  We have a higher level of discernment.  We see differences, we name the differences, we group like with like and we categorize things accordingly.  This is part of being intelligent.
It is the same with human types.  We have invented a word, "race," which is used to categorize different humans into different logical groups.   Because we have invented the word "race" does not mean it is a social construct--that the thing itself is not real--because the word is a made up word (like all words).  To think that there aren't different races of humans is akin to adopting  a position of such low consciousness that we must thereafter, to be consistent, not believe in breeds of dogs, or varieties of roses and return to a primitive sub-human ham handed state where we have, perhaps, a single word for, say, snakes.  And, in such a state of calling all snakes just snakes, we would fail to understand that snakes are not all the same and we would fail to understand that some snakes, such as dangerous rattlesnakes can kill us and others such as garter snakes can't. A snake is not just a snake and a human is not just a human. There are different types of each. 

 Furthermore, saying that race doesn't exist is the equivalent of saying Black humans, Yellow humans, Red humans, Brown humans and White humans don't exist.  Now, we know they do exist because we can see them..  And, our eyes tell us they are different.  And, we also know that  the differences extend far beyond skin color, but skin color, even if there were no other differences, is enough to classify some as this race and some as this other race.
The king of the human senses is eyesight. We can reason to this conclusion by understanding that our eyesight is linked closely to our instincts to mate.  Trust your eyes.  If another human doesn't look like you, they probably aren't like you.  And, if they aren't like you, they pose a danger to you either directly or indirectly in the sense that they possess genes that are unlike yours and if you mix your genes with theirs, you will produce non-White children and you will, in essence, kill off your Whiteness and set your family on a non-White trajectory.
Now, to go even further than this talk of races of humans, many of us say that race, as a term, does not go far enough and that the major races of humans (the colour coded ones) are actually different subspecies or even different species.
And, just a few last words.  Don't let the Blenders convince you that skin colour is meaningless.  Don't fall into that trap.  Skin colour is not like paint that is applied as an afterthought over identical model humans.  Skin colour is an essential part of humans and comes from within.  Whites are simply not White if they are not white.   (Upper case White means "non-Jewish white person of European descent."  Lower case white means a colour.)

By H. Millard © 2015

Saturday, January 24, 2015

New evidence suggests Stone Age hunters from Europe discovered America

 Tuesday 28 February 2012

New archaeological evidence suggests that America was first discovered by Stone Age people from Europe – 10,000 years before the Siberian-originating ancestors of the American Indians set foot in the New World.

A remarkable series of several dozen European-style stone tools, dating back between 19,000 and 26,000 years, have been discovered at six locations along the US east coast. Three of the sites are on the Delmarva Peninsular in Maryland, discovered by archaeologist Dr Darrin Lowery of the University of Delaware. One is in Pennsylvania and another in Virginia. A sixth was discovered by scallop-dredging fishermen on the seabed 60 miles from the Virginian coast on what, in prehistoric times, would have been dry land.
The new discoveries are among the most important archaeological breakthroughs for several decades - and are set to add substantially to our understanding of humanity's spread around the globe.

The similarity between other later east coast US and European Stone Age stone tool technologies has been noted before. But all the US European-style tools, unearthed before the discovery or dating of the recently found or dated US east coast sites, were from around 15,000 years ago - long after Stone Age Europeans (the Solutrean cultures of France and Iberia) had ceased making such artefacts. Most archaeologists had therefore rejected any possibility of a connection. But the newly-discovered and recently-dated early Maryland and other US east coast Stone Age tools are from between 26,000 and 19,000 years ago - and are therefore contemporary with the virtually identical western European material.

What’s more, chemical analysis carried out last year on a European-style stone knife found in Virginia back in 1971 revealed that it was made of French-originating flint.
Professor Dennis Stanford, of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC, and Professor Bruce Bradley of the University of Exeter, the two leading archaeologists who have analysed all the evidence, are proposing that Stone Age people from Western Europe migrated to North America at the height of the Ice Age by travelling (over the ice surface and/or by boat) along the edge of the frozen northern part of the Atlantic. They are presenting their detailed evidence in a new book - Across Atlantic Ice – published this month.

At the peak of the Ice Age, around three million square miles of the North Atlantic was covered in thick ice for all or part of the year.
However, the seasonally shifting zone where the ice ended and the open ocean began would have been extremely rich in food resources – migrating seals, sea birds, fish and the now-extinct northern hemisphere penguin-like species, the great auk.
Stanford and Bradley have long argued that Stone Age humans were quite capable of making the 1500 mile journey across the Atlantic ice - but till now there was comparatively little evidence to support their thinking.

But the new Maryland, Virginia and other US east coast material, and the chemical tests on the Virginian flint knife, have begun to transform the situation. Now archaeologists are starting to investigate half a dozen new sites in Tennessee, Maryland and even Texas – and these locations are expected to produce more evidence.
Another key argument for Stanford and Bradley’s proposal is the complete absence of any human activity in north-east Siberia and Alaska prior to around 15,500 years ago. If the Maryland and other east coast people of 26,000 to 19,000 years ago had come from Asia, not Europe, early material, dating from before 19,000 years ago, should have turned up in those two northern areas, but none have been found.

Although Solutrean Europeans may well have been the first Americans, they had a major disadvantage compared to the Asian-originating Indians who entered the New World via the Bering Straits or along the Aleutian Islands chain after 15,500 years ago.
Whereas the Solutreans had only had a 4500 year long ‘Ice Age’ window to carry out their migratory activity, the Asian-originating Indians had some 15,000 years to do it. What’s more, the latter two-thirds of that 15 millennia long period was climatologically much more favourable and substantially larger numbers of Asians were therefore able to migrate.
As a result of these factors the Solutrean (European originating) Native Americans were either partly absorbed by the newcomers or were substantially obliterated by them either physically or through competition for resources.

Some genetic markers for Stone Age western Europeans simply don’t exist in north- east Asia – but they do in tiny quantities among some north American Indian groups. Scientific tests on ancient DNA extracted from 8000 year old skeletons from Florida have revealed a high level of a  key probable European-originating genetic marker. There are also a tiny number of  isolated Native American groups whose languages appear not to be related in any way to Asian-originating American  Indian peoples.
But the greatest amount of evidence is likely to come from under the ocean – for most of the areas where the Solutreans would have stepped off the Ice onto dry land are now up to 100 miles out to sea.
The one underwater site that has been identified - thanks to the scallop dredgers – is set to be examined in greater detail this summer – either by extreme-depth divers or by remotely operated mini submarines equipped with cameras and grab arms.