Documentary about dark-skinned ‘first Swedes’ sparks horror

Squire

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White supremacists are horrified that they may have evolved from black-skinned people.

Nordic Aboriginals were black? Don't tell Donald Trump.



https://www.rt.com/news/451766-swedes-outraged-ancestors-documentary/
Documentary about dark-skinned ‘first Swedes’ sparks horror on Twitter
Published time: 18 Feb, 2019 17:59

An ad for an upcoming documentary about ‘The First Swedes,’ who were dark-skinned and blue eyed, has prompted fear and denial on Twitter.
The series will start to air on Swedish television this Wednesday, and when channel SVT began promoting it last week, some people reacted on social media with disbelief and anger.

The documentary will look at DNA technology which has revealed more about how Sweden was populated after the Ice Age and detailing how the first pioneers in the country were dark-skinned with blue eyes and came from the south. ...
 

jovialmo

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Ahahahahaha!

But of course! People came from Africa, those in northern Europe developed light pigmentation to get enough vitamin D.
 

UnSubRocky

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People are not going to entertain the idea that there were three different original racial groups. That these groups interacted with each other in time and developed different racial traits. The "out of Africa" theory is all nice to the idea of black supremacy. But, when the evidence is simply journalists trying to virtue signal minority groups to make them feel better about themselves, I can't take them seriously. If Africans can make it to Scandanavia, then they obviously were not Africans in the first place. There would be evidence to show this.
 

jovialmo

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They were not Africans by then—blue eyed, remember?

We did arise in Africa, no doubt about that. Neanderthals, Denosovians and Homo sapiens.
 

DonDeeHippy

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UnSubRocky said:
People are not going to entertain the idea that there were three different original racial groups. That these groups interacted with each other in time and developed different racial traits. The "out of Africa" theory is all nice to the idea of black supremacy. But, when the evidence is simply journalists trying to virtue signal minority groups to make them feel better about themselves, I can't take them seriously. If Africans can make it to Scandanavia, then they obviously were not Africans in the first place. There would be evidence to show this.
I agree with you when people try to use idea of origin to promote racism...
But if you believe in Evolution then humans would of have had to started off at one point... Africa points to the origin of humans... :purple
 

Lols

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DonDeeHippy said:
UnSubRocky said:
People are not going to entertain the idea that there were three different original racial groups. That these groups interacted with each other in time and developed different racial traits. The "out of Africa" theory is all nice to the idea of black supremacy. But, when the evidence is simply journalists trying to virtue signal minority groups to make them feel better about themselves, I can't take them seriously. If Africans can make it to Scandanavia, then they obviously were not Africans in the first place. There would be evidence to show this.
I agree with you when people try to use idea of origin to promote racism...
But if you believe in Evolution then humans would of have had to started off at one point... Africa points to the origin of humans... :purple
It still begs the question, where did humans come from to have started from Africa?
Apes? Fish? E.T.? Adam and Eve? Asteroids?
And then there’s the interesting thing about blood types.
How does “O” that equates to the oldest blood type of hunter/meat eaters, to “A” which was the next blood group and they were the wheat growers and vegetarian.
Let’s go right back, to dinasaur era, even they had carnivorous and vegetarian dinasours at the same time.
Then I wonder where did they originate from to become so huge, as everything was at that time on earth.
It seems, as this earth ages, it will be small bugs that survive us all.
Then once humans disappear, bugs get a freehold and maybe the animal and fish kingdom will grow larger in numbers and stature, again. I would love a time machine to see 2 points of time, the very beginning and the very end.
 

jovialmo

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Humans arose from a common ancestor of the great apes and us. In Africa.

Some Chinese anthropologists etc tried to establish that the Han Chinese arose separately. Nope, one ancestor.
 

pinkeye

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HBS Guy said:
They were not Africans by then—blue eyed, remember?

We did arise in Africa, no doubt about that. Neanderthals, Denosovians and Homo sapiens.
Well I'm not surprised, because that was the same conclusion that was arrived at in the UK a few years back. Someone produced a picture of an early Brit, and they were dark-skinned, and blue-eyed.

Oh guess some folk still strive to place themselves above the mass. Much like the Chinese, as you mentioned, :bgrin who were convinced they were DIFFERENT SEPARATE and SUPERIOR ,, and they spent many man years trying to prove it.

All those MAN years added up to showing quite clearly that the Chinese people are JUST AS MONGREL as the rest of US.!! :bgrin
 

pinkeye

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DonDeeHippy said:
UnSubRocky said:
People are not going to entertain the idea that there were three different original racial groups. That these groups interacted with each other in time and developed different racial traits. The "out of Africa" theory is all nice to the idea of black supremacy. But, when the evidence is simply journalists trying to virtue signal minority groups to make them feel better about themselves, I can't take them seriously. If Africans can make it to Scandanavia, then they obviously were not Africans in the first place. There would be evidence to show this.
I agree with you when people try to use idea of origin to promote racism...
But if you believe in Evolution then humans would of have had to started off at one point... Africa points to the origin of humans... :purple
Yes.. and Mesopotamia is considered the start of human civilisation. Isn't it.? Who knows.. these days it just seems to be about arguing opinions.. I like facts.
 

jovialmo

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Fertile Crescent—Tigris & Euphrates and the Nile. And the Indus Valley in India and also in china.

Arguably the nomads settled down because they had accidentally invented beer and needed to look after the grain fields.
 

UnSubRocky

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People who originated from Africa, are not necessarily black. There might well have been the Arab people in one section. There might well have been black people in another section. The ranges of Kenya might well have put a separation between the two people. I consider that Europeans might well have been a combination of homosapien and Middle Eastern, until more European features developed.
 
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