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    Sticky: In the Serbian DNA Project we have recently...

    In the Serbian DNA Project we have recently received results of one Tesla from Lika region who was tested as I2a Dinaric South. Since the tested individual is of the same family from the same place...
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    Sparkey, I would like to support your point of...

    Sparkey, I would like to support your point of view with some historical facts:

    1. Vast teritory of what is now Greece was in 7th century settled with various slavic tribes. It is clearly visible...
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    Sticky: No, it is not just guessing. Živojin Mišić's...

    No, it is not just guessing. Živojin Mišić's cousins from the male side were tested as I2a Dinaric South. And not only that, with the help of genetics the link between Mišić and one more serbian...
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    I don't see that as an evidence, especially...

    I don't see that as an evidence, especially because of fact that I2a was present in France since Paleolithic on various sites. It was also found in culture of Armorican megalithism near Paris, and...
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    I2a and Printed Cardium Pottery culture?

    I haven't been on this forum for a very long period, but I see that some ideas are unchangeable.

    This is excerpt from eupedia's explanation of migrations of I2a haplogroup:

    "The modern...
  6. @Cimmerianbloke I am trying to catch a point....

    @Cimmerianbloke
    I am trying to catch a point. What should "world" done in the case of Sarajevo, and what is "world" anyway in your words? Are you proposing some kind of interventionism of "morally...
  7. Well, what is interesting is that Slovenian I2a2...

    Well, what is interesting is that Slovenian I2a2 Dinaric haplotypes belongs to subgroup I2a2 Dinaric North in difference with I2a2 Dinaric South which is typical for Serbs, Croats and Bosnian...
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    First of all, sub variant of haplogroup I spread...

    First of all, sub variant of haplogroup I spread in western Balkan (and southern Croatia too) is I2a2 Dinaric and there is no single evidence that this haplogroup was in western Balkan since Lgm in...
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    Wise words of Mesa Selimovic, well known writer...

    Wise words of Mesa Selimovic, well known writer from Bosnia about so-called "Bosniaks" and their lost identity:

    "We are no one's, always at a boundary, always someone’s dowry. Is it a wonder then...
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    Slavic nations as we see them today are clearly...

    Slavic nations as we see them today are clearly I2a2 Dinaric +R1a1 mix. Ethnogenesis of Slavs were long process and various peoples were part of that.
    It is clear that core Slavic homeland (Pripyat)...
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    You are really ridiculous. Why don't you call...

    You are really ridiculous. Why don't you call Bono Vox and U2 to make one humanitarian concert for you?
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    There was no any "Mihajlovic's call to genocide...

    There was no any "Mihajlovic's call to genocide from 1941". I understand your passion for alternative forms of history, but the fact is that General Mihajlovic (executed by comunists) was awarded...
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    According to what study? The same way I can say...

    According to what study? The same way I can say that Papuans are I2a too.

    If you read my post carefully you will see that I don't consider muslims of Bosnian Krajina ethnic Serbs. So I am not...
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    This is serious forum, not the place where...

    This is serious forum, not the place where frustrated Croats spread out their naive urban legends about Serbs.
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    Karanovic in his study only states that they are...

    Karanovic in his study only states that they are mostly Anadolian, but among them were also some elements of previous population (residents od medieval bosnian kingdom) and those were ikavian and...
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    According to study of Milan Karanovic "Pounje u...

    According to study of Milan Karanovic "Pounje u Bosanskoj Krajini", Muslims from Bosanska Krajina are in vast majority of Anadolian origins. So,their haplogroups should also be in that direction.
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    Albanians are not ancient anthic tribe and if you...

    Albanians are not ancient anthic tribe and if you try to connect them with modern Albanians it is stupidity per se.

    Before any Indoeuropeans appeared in Balkan there was plenty of E1b, J2, G2a and...
  18. Thread: I2a2 M423+

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    This words of Sprinkles asks for reaction of...

    This words of Sprinkles asks for reaction of Administrator.
  19. Let us see map of Neolithic and pre Neolithic...

    Let us see map of Neolithic and pre Neolithic cultures of Europe, before arriving both R1b and R1a (Indoeuropeans).
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/10/European_Middle_Neolithic.gif...
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    It is equally idiotic to claim that I2a2 were not...

    It is equally idiotic to claim that I2a2 were not Slavs, despite clear facts that they were not settled on Balkan since 6th century and migrations of Slavs.
    It is really sad to see how people...
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    List of serbian and slavic words with...

    List of serbian and slavic words with non-indoeuropeans roots (Possible I haplogroup language words)

    kamen, kam- stone, rock
    zemlja- ground, soil
    vatra- fire
    reka- river (Baskian word arreca)...
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    One more interesting etimology is that of Slavic...

    One more interesting etimology is that of Slavic word for fish- riba.
    It is found only in slavic languages and probably isn't indoeuropean.
    There is explanation that it is connected with german...
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    Serbian and general South Slavic word for...

    Serbian and general South Slavic word for mountain-planina.
    Etimology- root *pel-. as words plonina in polish and polonina in ukraine meaning something what is full ( not empty).
    The same root as...
  24. I also don't understand but who can understand...

    I also don't understand but who can understand idiotic serbian government.
    Real Serbs will never sell their souls, and this puppet government will not last for long. Till the end of this year I...
  25. Yes, Anton, sell your soul and enter...

    Yes, Anton, sell your soul and enter...
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