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"You only need to look at the example of Turkey to see what the West’s future may hold. Look at modern day Turkey. Anatolia (Asia Minor) used to be a bastion of the Greek people, Greek Orthodoxy, and the Greek language. The Greeks were present in Anatolia for thousands of years. Their language, cities, and ideas shaped the landscape, and Asia Minor was once basically considered a part of Greater Europe. You can go all over present day Turkey and find thousands of Ancient Greek monuments, buildings, and statues."

"But, what you will not find anymore are the Greeks themselves. The Greeks were killed, ethnically cleansed, and deported from Turkey by the millions after WWI. Today the Greek population of Turkey is less than 2,000 people, most of whom are elderly. The Greeks will not exist in Anatolia in a few years."

"Do you know what the Turkish President is saying to his fellow Turks in Europe?

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has called on Turkish citizens living in Europe to have five children – two more than his usual calls to Turks in the homeland – in a bid to multiply their presence in the continent so that they will be the ‘future of Europe.’"

http://fashthenation.com/2018/01/why-imm...mediately/

Yes, the immigration conspiracy, the purposeful mass migration of people into the west meant to destroy the races, culture, and values of the west is real!







Guest

Modern Turks are most related to neighbouring West Asian populations. A study looking into allele frequencies suggested that there was a lack of genetic relationship between contemporary Mongols and Turks, despite their linguistic and cultural relationship.[21] In addition, another study looking into HLA genes allele distributions indicated that Anatolians did not significantly differ from other Mediterranean populations. Multiple studies suggested an elite dominance-driven linguistic replacement model to explain the adoption of Turkish language by Anatolian indigenous inhabitants

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_st...ish_people

Study finds Greek and Turkish Cypriots to be close genetically

Greek and Turkish Cypriots have more in common than meets the eye, as according to a new DNA study most of them come from a single paternal gene pool of local origin and have very close genetic affinity.

http://cyprus-mail.com/2017/06/21/study-...netically/

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The enigma of Italy's ancient Etruscans is finally unravelled

DNA tests on their Italian descendants show the 'tuscii' came from Turkey

Genetic research made public at the weekend appears to put the matter beyond doubt, however. It shows the Etruscans came from the area which is now Turkey - and that the nearest genetic relatives of many of today's Tuscans and Umbrians are to be found, not in Italy, but around Izmir.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2007/j...johnhooper
(01-19-2018, 12:00 PM)Guest Wrote: [ -> ]Modern Turks are most related to neighbouring West Asian populations. A study looking into allele frequencies suggested that there was a lack of genetic relationship between contemporary Mongols and Turks, despite their linguistic and cultural relationship.[21] In addition, another study looking into HLA genes allele distributions indicated that Anatolians did not significantly differ from other Mediterranean populations. Multiple studies suggested an elite dominance-driven linguistic replacement model to explain the adoption of Turkish language by Anatolian indigenous inhabitants

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_st...ish_people

Study finds Greek and Turkish Cypriots to be close genetically

Greek and Turkish Cypriots have more in common than meets the eye, as according to a new DNA study most of them come from a single paternal gene pool of local origin and have very close genetic affinity.

http://cyprus-mail.com/2017/06/21/study-...netically/

1. These "studies" are often biased so not to stir up anger among the local inhabitants. So, we may not be able to trust any genetic studies. We've seen it done countless times where data is interpreted in a way that makes a certain group happy. I.E. Turks, Native Americans, Africans.

2. If this is true, it's likely that as the Turkish people's bred out and genocided the Greek inhabitants it would make them more similar genetically over time. The Turks would take on genetics from the greeks they bred out, and the mulatto greeks would spread turkish genetics among their native population.

Guest

(01-19-2018, 12:11 PM)KillTheCarnage Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-19-2018, 12:00 PM)Guest Wrote: [ -> ]Modern Turks are most related to neighbouring West Asian populations. A study looking into allele frequencies suggested that there was a lack of genetic relationship between contemporary Mongols and Turks, despite their linguistic and cultural relationship.[21] In addition, another study looking into HLA genes allele distributions indicated that Anatolians did not significantly differ from other Mediterranean populations. Multiple studies suggested an elite dominance-driven linguistic replacement model to explain the adoption of Turkish language by Anatolian indigenous inhabitants

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_st...ish_people

Study finds Greek and Turkish Cypriots to be close genetically

Greek and Turkish Cypriots have more in common than meets the eye, as according to a new DNA study most of them come from a single paternal gene pool of local origin and have very close genetic affinity.

http://cyprus-mail.com/2017/06/21/study-...netically/

1.  These "studies" are often biased so not to stir up anger among the local inhabitants.  So, we may not be able to trust any genetic studies.  We've seen it done countless times where data is interpreted in a way that makes a certain group happy.  I.E. Turks, Native Americans, Africans.

2.  If this is true, it's likely that as the Turkish people's bred out and genocided the Greek inhabitants it would make them more similar genetically over time.  The Turks would take on genetics from the greeks they bred out, and the mulatto greeks would spread turkish genetics among their native population.

It is not possible to 'breed out' the indigenous populations living around the Mediterranean due to the fact that malaria was endemic in the region until the middle of the 20th Century.  Settlements have been excavated around the Mediterranean which completely died out due to malaria due to the fact that they came from another part of Europe and did not have resistance to malaria (they can tell from studying the bones).

The first settlements in Queensland, Australia died out completely due to malaria so we have relatively recent evidence of this.

Malaria kills in childhood therefore the children of settlers are not able to reach adulthood and have children themselves. In past times whomever conquered malaria regions would not establish a permanent settlement and the region would revert to the native population who carried resistance (thalassemia).

Thalassemia

Thalassemia

Guest

Here is the link on thalassemia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thalassemia

Guest

wow!

talk about muddying the waters

i hope that glossing over the factual cultural/physical genocide that occurred was worth your tree-fiddy
(01-19-2018, 12:21 PM)Guest Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-19-2018, 12:11 PM)KillTheCarnage Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-19-2018, 12:00 PM)Guest Wrote: [ -> ]Modern Turks are most related to neighbouring West Asian populations. A study looking into allele frequencies suggested that there was a lack of genetic relationship between contemporary Mongols and Turks, despite their linguistic and cultural relationship.[21] In addition, another study looking into HLA genes allele distributions indicated that Anatolians did not significantly differ from other Mediterranean populations. Multiple studies suggested an elite dominance-driven linguistic replacement model to explain the adoption of Turkish language by Anatolian indigenous inhabitants

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_st...ish_people

Study finds Greek and Turkish Cypriots to be close genetically

Greek and Turkish Cypriots have more in common than meets the eye, as according to a new DNA study most of them come from a single paternal gene pool of local origin and have very close genetic affinity.

http://cyprus-mail.com/2017/06/21/study-...netically/

1.  These "studies" are often biased so not to stir up anger among the local inhabitants.  So, we may not be able to trust any genetic studies.  We've seen it done countless times where data is interpreted in a way that makes a certain group happy.  I.E. Turks, Native Americans, Africans.

2.  If this is true, it's likely that as the Turkish people's bred out and genocided the Greek inhabitants it would make them more similar genetically over time.  The Turks would take on genetics from the greeks they bred out, and the mulatto greeks would spread turkish genetics among their native population.

It is not possible to 'breed out' the indigenous populations living around the Mediterranean due to the fact that malaria was endemic in the region until the middle of the 20th Century.  Settlements have been excavated around the Mediterranean which completely died out due to malaria due to the fact that they came from another part of Europe and did not have resistance to malaria (they can tell from studying the bones).

The first settlements in Queensland, Australia died out completely due to malaria so we have relatively recent evidence of this.

Malaria kills in childhood therefore the children of settlers are not able to reach adulthood and have children themselves. In past times whomever conquered malaria regions would not establish a permanent settlement and the region would revert to the native population who carried resistance (thalassemia).

Thalassemia

Thalassemia

If Malaria could have stopped the breeding out of native populations then it would have killed the native population outright long before any invaders arrived.
It's white genocide and they're not even trying to hide it anymore.





Politician Gregor Gysi celebrates Genocide of Germans
This isn't the first time the moslems have done this to the west.

The crusades were a thing that repelled the oppressive moslem influence and dictatorship form what we know as the west today.

Yeah, the moslems are sore STILL at what happened during the crusades, because they not only lost, they lost big. They were shoved back into the desert, and made to stay put until the last 16 years. Sure there was immigration from those nations, but not the wide spread WAVE IMMIGRATION we see today. Today is more of an invasion than anything in any western nation that can be considered a regulated amount of immigrants.

Why is it an invasion? 1) They are sending vast numbers to the west, even here in the united states, not just the syrian "refugees" coming here, but also the others from many other nations, AND filtering in from mexico.
2) Once their population hits a certain percentage point they take over, and force out all other cultures, especially Christian. Think I'm lying? Look up deer borne michigan.
3) They try to change the culture to match their beliefs. Sharia law for example.
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