Der Movement isn’t much better.
Read this. As Madison Grant would say, that ancient Briton was “suspiciously swarthy.”
The first ancient Britons had black skin, dark curly hair and blue eyes, according to DNA tests.
The ‘extraordinary’ findings were made by cutting-edge genetic tests and facial reconstruction techniques carried out for the first time on the bones of ‘Cheddar Man’ who died 10,000 years ago.
The bones, found in Somerset’s Cheddar Gorge, are the oldest near-complete human skeleton ever found in Britain and scientists said they were surprised to discover that the earliest Briton would be considered ‘black’ if he lived today.
The research suggests the first inhabitants of the British isles developed white skin later on than previously thought.
Experts also revealed that Cheddar Man is directly related to 1 in 10 people living in the UK today.
The first ancient Britons had black skin, dark curly hair and blue eyes, DNA tests show. The findings were made by genetic tests carried out for the first time on the bones of ‘Cheddar Man’ who died 10,000 years ago. The bones are the oldest near-complete human skeleton ever found in Britain
Let’s deal with the race denial in the article and the implied idea that “this ancient Briton looked ‘Black’ therefore why object to dark migrants into Britain.”
Assuming these data are correct, and further assuming that this sample is representative of the whole, and that there is an ancestral connection between the sample and modern Britons, what does it mean? It means that the “high trust hunter gatherers” that Der Movement undergoes onanistic heavy breathing about had certain phenotypic traits not representative of modern Britons. However, the ancestral connection means what? Undoubtedly – and can we see THAT data please? – any analysis of genetic distance (or, better, genetic kinship) will demonstrate that this ancient Briton is genetically most similar to modern Europeans – particularly those European ethnies most strongly derived from hunter-gatherers (spontaneous “movement” orgasm at this point) – and not at all genetically similar to, say, sub-Saharan Africans.
The ancient Briton was simply an old European with a few phenotypic traits different from what is found today. The overall ancestry, broadly defined, is similar to modern Europeans, but a few selected traits have changed, for whatever reasons (sexual selection? selective pressure from the environment as suggested in the article?) – So what? As to where the altered alleles came from? Mutation? From the outside – those dastardly Neolithic farmers perhaps? [Joke on Der Movement: were the Neolithic farmers more “White” in physical appearance than the hunter gatherers? Apparently so.]. It in no way invalidates race; simply, racial traits can change over time, and this also of course has no bearing at all on any justification for modern Britons accepting their genetic replacement by alien peoples. You know, humans are descended from Home erectus as well – who looked quite different from non-Negro humans, and this means what? Should Chinamen then accept race replacement by other races? Did Ancient Chinese look exactly the same as their modern counterparts? Why this constant search for ever more bizarre and relevant rationales for race replacement of indigenous Europeans – and for Europeans only?
Yes, I know, the time frames comparing Homo erectus and Mesolithic Britons are radically different but the principle is the same. People today are what they are, they have ethnic interests today, genetic interests look forward not backward in time, and modern Britons have the right to self-preservation regardless of what their ancestors looked like.
And again what about genetic similarity and kinship? The idea propagated by the pseudoscientific frauds interviewed for this article is that the original Britons were generically completely unlike those of today – hogwash. There were obviously differences in alleles affecting certain aspects of phenotype. And of course, there are going to be genetic changes in any population over 10,000 years. But once again I ask this question: to which modern populations is Cheddar Man most closely related, genetically? Is he, for example, closest to Nigerians? Can we learn more about his overall autosomal genome rather than hearing System talking points for British race replacement?
Of course, on the other hand, all of this should bring some reflection on Der Movement and their Ultima Thule Ostara racial fantasies, and it should also bring reflection that we cannot depend on Der Movement narratives to understand what ancient indigenous European phenotypic traits were, where white skin came from, etc.