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  1. Let’s not mistake Buenos Aires for Argentina as a...

    Let’s not mistake Buenos Aires for Argentina as a whole. Buenos Aires is overwhelmingly European, no doubt about it. But the rest of Argentina (especially the Northern provinces) isn’t so different...
  2. You've written nothing but facts, Angela. Still,...

    You've written nothing but facts, Angela. Still, the concepts you're speaking of - i.e. whitening of the population, rigid classification and hierarchization of people based on phenotype and ancestry...
  3. I am very much aware that it doesn't legally...

    I am very much aware that it doesn't legally exist anymore, but it is still a major parameter and criterion for race relations in the US.
  4. On a sidenote, we have an Albanian in the thread...

    On a sidenote, we have an Albanian in the thread acting like he's an aristocratic plantation owner from Virginia. God bless the internet.
  5. I wonder if the US will ever abandon the...

    I wonder if the US will ever abandon the shockingly, openly racist "one drop rule", which essentially equates African ancestry with a stain that, in no matter how inexpressive of an amount, entirely...
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    Hello, Duarte Thanks for the input. I'm...

    Hello, Duarte

    Thanks for the input. I'm guessing something went wrong with the upload. I'll try again, but just in case, here are the results:

    60% European (21% Iberia, 14% British Isles, 12%...
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    10730 As a Brazilian of typical Portuguese,...

    10730

    As a Brazilian of typical Portuguese, African and Native ancestry, I'm puzzled by the 14% "British Isles". 4% Eastern Europe seems odd as well.
    Also, what a crazy mixture.
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    Robert I of Scotland

    Judging by the Bruce Y-DNA Project, it appears that King Robert the Bruce could have belonged to R1b-S7432, which is right below DF27>ZZ12>ZZ41:
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    This logic is similar to saying that the internet...

    This logic is similar to saying that the internet can't be a human invention, because the homo sapiens sapiens appeared 200,000 years ago. The point is, even if R1b* and R1a* are much older than the...
  10. Nothing yet?

    Nothing yet?
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    It may not have any scientific basis, but I have...

    It may not have any scientific basis, but I have also always visualized these silly physical and mental stereotypes for people of different haplogroups

    R1b: smallish body frame, a bit hairy,...
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    Nice find. This could really be legitimate then!

    Nice find. This could really be legitimate then!
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    Still no reply from "Messi"..?

    Still no reply from "Messi"..?
  14. This could be one of those things that are in...

    This could be one of those things that are in fact so simple and so right under our noses that we can't see them. I too have always been skeptical about the idea of R1b übermensch arriving in their...
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingdom_of_the_Burgu...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingdom_of_the_Burgundians
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    Angela understands my point perfectly.

    Angela understands my point perfectly.
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    Just a harmless question... Why is it that...

    Just a harmless question... Why is it that Scandinavians never take any "heat" for their non-European ancestry, unlike Southern Europeans?
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    Angela, you're most definitely not a part of that...

    Angela, you're most definitely not a part of that group. I never see you attaching or conditioning your Italian pride to being Germanic/Viking/Celtic etc. On the contrary, I always see you trying to...
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    I refuse to believe this Pedro fellow is being...

    I refuse to believe this Pedro fellow is being 100% serious. Surely this is someone pretending to be Portuguese and trying to give the Portuguese people a bad name on this website?

    Of course the...
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    The idea that Jews control Hollywood and that...

    The idea that Jews control Hollywood and that these Jews are on some kind of mission to cast certain types of actors, based on their phenotype, to deliberately "darken" a certain ethnicity...
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    While I don't doubt that Nadal could possibly...

    While I don't doubt that Nadal could possibly have some distant Jewish or Berber ancestry, I'm pretty sure that if he didn't spend God knows how many hours a day playing tennis under the sun, he...
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    That's a rather high proportion of I1, especially...

    That's a rather high proportion of I1, especially if we consider that only about 90% of the Y-DNA in this study is of European origin (which means I1 makes up for about 7-8% of the European male...
  23. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Definitions_of_white...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Definitions_of_whiteness_in_the_United_States#German_Americans

    "Large numbers of Germans migrated to North America between the 1680s and 1760s. Many settled in the...
  24. Anyway, I think Angela is about to yell at us to...

    Anyway, I think Angela is about to yell at us to get back on topic :laughing:
  25. Even Germans and Irish were considered non-white...

    Even Germans and Irish were considered non-white in the US at some point, lol. Apparently people in those days imagined that the English and Scots spontaneously sprang out of the soil in Great...
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