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    Perhaps Austrian influence in Bavaria et cetera....

    Perhaps Austrian influence in Bavaria et cetera. Austrian R1a is mostly Z280 iirc and comes from assimilated Slovenians
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    What subclades of Z280 are common among ethnic...

    What subclades of Z280 are common among ethnic Germans ?
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    Looks like shit, no offence. BiH Serbs and...

    Looks like shit, no offence. BiH Serbs and Bosniaks more northern shifted than Croats ? Yeah right lol
    Wouldn't be suprised if Serbs made this fake PCA. Nevgen calc is made by people from Poreklo....
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    Serbs are similar to Romanians, to Croats not...

    Serbs are similar to Romanians, to Croats not really.
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    How do we know medieval Slav from Bohemia is good...

    How do we know medieval Slav from Bohemia is good representative of proto-Slavic genome ? Bohemia is quite to the west of the earliest Slavic homeland.
  6. proto west slavic imo.

    proto west slavic imo.
  7. That's quite terrible argumentation. High degree...

    That's quite terrible argumentation. High degree of corruption is problem of all post-socialist countries, from Russia to Albania, and absolutely not related with being balkan or not.
    As for...
  8. @Angela, would you stop calling us racist , or I...

    @Angela, would you stop calling us racist , or I will be forced to report you to another moderator ? Before you ban us who you disagree with, could you please show any evidence of racist and hateful...
  9. what are those similarities ? Croatia has quite...

    what are those similarities ? Croatia has quite decent government as of now, and moderate economic growth. I'm not their voter, but I don't think you as person living in diaspora has enough insight...
  10. Ćevapčići is bosnian dish, you can find them...

    Ćevapčići is bosnian dish, you can find them native in Serbia and few other countries too. In Croatia this food is not part of our traditional cusine.
  11. For them, being less affluent and more corrupted...

    For them, being less affluent and more corrupted than let say Switzerland, makes it balkan country, ignoring the fact, if Albania or Bulgaria suddenly become most developed countries in Europe, they...
  12. This is final proof of your own ignorance,...

    This is final proof of your own ignorance, because by implications Croatian government is ''bad'' you imply it's connection with balkan, which seem to you be negative.While I do not identify with...
  13. Dalmatia lies completely in southeastern Europe....

    Dalmatia lies completely in southeastern Europe. However ''western balkans'' is post-2000 geopolitical term for countries of ex-Yugoslavia + Albania, which still did not join euro-atlantic...
  14. Balkan is not a historically geographic term....

    Balkan is not a historically geographic term. Geograpically, Croatia is crossroads of central and southeastern Europe.However southestern Europe is not synonomous with balkans. Greece is best example...
  15. What means ''balkans'' to you ? I am well...

    What means ''balkans'' to you ? I am well educated, and it was originaly meant to represent Ottoman possesions in south-eastern Europe after Treaty of Karlowitz.
    Now, what balkans represent today is...
  16. Croats are genetically central European...

    Croats are genetically central European population, which means mixture of northern and southern genes.

    We are not ''pred.'' southern Europeans and it wouldn't make sense if we were. However we...
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    Poll: 50 precent ? Definitelly not, that is more...

    50 precent ? Definitelly not, that is more realistic for Serbs or Romanians. Croats are more slavic than native autosomally, despite of significant authochtonous contribution, and likely some other...
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    Poll: Are you serious ? :embarassed:

    Are you serious ?

    :embarassed:
  19. Italianized Croat for sure. Rovigno (Rovinj) is a...

    Italianized Croat for sure. Rovigno (Rovinj) is a city in Croatia with strong Italian influences.
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    Here are mine K15 results (I'm fully Croat with...

    Here are mine K15 results (I'm fully Croat with no recent foreign ancestry )


    North_Sea
    19.45


    Atlantic
    12.04
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    Yeah, it is strange considering the fact most R1a...

    Yeah, it is strange considering the fact most R1a Croats on publicaly avilable projects are Z280 insted of M458.

    According to historical sources our origins are from Western Slavic lands , which...
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    Poll: Spanish is such a spirited language . My favorite...

    Spanish is such a spirited language . My favorite by far.
  23. Most likely it wasn't original Illyrian...

    Most likely it wasn't original Illyrian bloodiline. Even though South Slavs of the past shared ideas of Illyrian origin, in Croatia Pan-Slavic romantic movement of 19th century was called Illyrian....
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    Poll: It's common in Greece and Anatolia exactly...

    It's common in Greece and Anatolia exactly because it is native Balkan marker (V13 is European clade of Northeast African Hg E). Greeks lived in Western Anatolia before the Turks. It's their lagacy....
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    Haplogroup G1 (M285)

    Is there any available information about this particular subclade ?

    I could only gather it is common in Iran an among Jewish, being rather absent in Europe. I seem to have a close cousin with this...
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