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  1. Thread: Normans vikings

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    True. They took pride in their lineage (hence...

    True. They took pride in their lineage (hence the patriarchal - aka Y DNA) but your summary is accurate.
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    Poll: As with everything, people believe what they read...

    As with everything, people believe what they read and hear. The EU debate is ill-informed, and sadly lacking in facts, hence the scepticism in much of the UK.
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    Poll: Very well summarised. Personally, I don't...

    Very well summarised.

    Personally, I don't see an EU referendum happening in the UK. There is no chance the Conservatives will be elected in 2015. They only achieved 37% of the vote last time,...
  4. Thread: London 2012

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    There's the cost of something but also the value...

    There's the cost of something but also the value of something and to my mind, the latter is more important. It was an undoubted success, and from a UK perspective, provided the entire nation with a...
  5. I'd agree for sure, but would add that none of...

    I'd agree for sure, but would add that none of the British party leaders are any better. What Britain - and Europe - needs are statesmen, not tribal-minded politicians. I'm pro-EU, but like any...
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    Poll: If Britain left the EU

    The polls show a predictable variation of those who would vote to leave the EU, depending on the demographic and although it theoretically shouldn't matter, who is commissioning the poll. The...
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    What's the current reality following initial...

    What's the current reality following initial speculation that France's rich would desert France for London following Hollande's election and his wealth tax?
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    The Normans quickly became a complicated mix of...

    The Normans quickly became a complicated mix of haplotypes, given their propensity to morph into the host populations. The Normans in Italy and Sicily were an excellent example of this.
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    Rollo's homeland - being the leader of the...

    Rollo's homeland - being the leader of the original Viking raiders/settlers in Normandy - has long been disputed. I'm no expert of the science, but by examining his Y DNA and that of his direct...
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    Another link to Project Rollo:...

    Another link to Project Rollo: http://sofiatemplar.wix.com/ulvungar-dynasty-dna-project--sinclair-study#!__project-rollo
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    I'm keenly interested in Norman Y DNA, so will be...

    I'm keenly interested in Norman Y DNA, so will be following this thread with interest. This is a project that will eventually reveal interesting facts:...
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    French, because I like the language and culture. ...

    French, because I like the language and culture. I've studied Japanese and Spanish, but much prefer French.
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    Excellent references for the French lifestyle!

    Excellent references for the French lifestyle!
  14. Great photos! I'm going to Alpes-Maritimes in...

    Great photos! I'm going to Alpes-Maritimes in June with my family for our holiday.
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    Poll: C'est magnifique! A icon of the age.

    C'est magnifique! A icon of the age.
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    I completely agree. We're in a stage of an...

    I completely agree. We're in a stage of an ongoing chain of events that will make 2008/Lehman Brothers look like a rehearsal. The combined effects of the Euro debacle and US debt levels are...
  17. Thread: The Normans

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    A fascinating area, and very complex in terms of...

    A fascinating area, and very complex in terms of Norman Y DNA. Again, I know there are experts in this field on this forum who I'm sure will be able to shed light on the matter.
  18. Thread: The Normans

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    I'm also very interested in this, and believe...

    I'm also very interested in this, and believe there's a long way to go on the matter. I know there are others on this forum who know far more than I, who may have updates.
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    Your work on this is much appreciated, Maciamo....

    Your work on this is much appreciated, Maciamo. Thanks.
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    In the mass-immigration, low skills, high...

    In the mass-immigration, low skills, high propensity of going on state aid sense? No. In the low-level, high-skills sense? Yes.
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    It's a fact!

    It's a fact!
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    Yes and no. Monolithic? No. Racial purity...

    Yes and no. Monolithic? No. Racial purity advocates have no idea what reality is about when it comes to genetics.

    Predominantly certain types in a region/country? Yes. How much so depends...
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    Spot on, Yorkie. It's easy for the metropolitan...

    Spot on, Yorkie. It's easy for the metropolitan politicos and journalists to paint us all as multi-cultural, but the DNA and cultural heritage constitutes the vast majority of the population.
  24. Thread: Happy New Year

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    Have a good one, all!

    Have a good one, all!
  25. Thread: The Normans

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    Ditto, Yorkie (U106-L48+ plus surname per Burkes...

    Ditto, Yorkie (U106-L48+ plus surname per Burkes et al). I'm not bothered, as there is a bit of the 'cuddly Celts' syndrome with the Anglo-Saxons, who like the 'Celts', went in mob-handed, knocking...
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