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Why were african's always victims? watch
- 11-02-2010 00:10
- 11-02-2010 01:42
Africans are, and always have been behind since they lack the culture to ever succeed in the world.
To say it is "climate" is just the beliefs of scientists.
(Original post by LiterallyInsane)
- 11-02-2010 17:54
Where did you get that from? Sources please?
Somalis are as much native black/Africans as Nigerians ..
White man from Norway is more paleskin
than someone who comes from Ireland or Italy but are still classified as White Europeans. So why speculate without making sense about NorthEastern African countries such as Somalia Ethiopia and Djibouti has Asian blood in them .. I mean where did you get that from ? don't tell me it's just because of the way you look .. LMAO.
Just because God created Somalia and Ethiopia Djibouti with different
features and hair type doesn't mean you minggled with Indians ..
Perhaps you need to learn your history from your relatives
go back home and learn.
For God sake woman .. Are you taking the piss .. please tell em you are
Human beings first evolved in East Africa.
(RNTN) Basing their conclusions on the most recent DNA research studies, paleo-anthropologists now believe that human beings first evolved in East Africa around 200,000 years ago and from there migrated to Central Asia about 40,000 to 50,000 years ago and then populated Europe and the Americas 12,000 to 15,000 years ago. Thus, from an evolutionary perspective, everyone in the world – from the darkest-skinned person in the Congo to the lightest-skinned person in Sweden – is of African ancestry.
(Original post by Wikipedia)
According to a recent mtDNA study, a large proportion of the maternal ancestry of Somalis consists of the M1 haplogroup, which is common among Ethiopians, Egyptians, Libyans and Berbers. M1 is believed to have originated in Asia, where its parent M clade represents the majority of mtDNA lineages (particularly in India). This haplogroup is also thought to possibly correlate with the Afro-Asiatic language family: