Shocking : millions of fake ids from Indian-nationalists — by Choudary

Recently I came up with a shocking observation, if you are online for years, you too should have faced many fake account trolls trolling on various topics. But this time, I got a shocking realization. Also must read : Fake accounts, lies & Indian nationalism– A Case study on the Trio Fake Id Indian posing … Continue reading Shocking : millions of fake ids from Indian-nationalists — by Choudary

Indus Valley peoples were Caucasians

Indus valley civilization was creation of Eur-Asian Caucasian races aka Aryans, who were the first agriculturalists of Europe & Asia. Srilankan Tamils vs Indian Tamils Genetics, linguistics & migration timeline suggest IVC peoples were Caucasians (Eur-ASian , either Semitic/west-Asian or Aryan, but they were one of the types of Caucasians). Tamils & other aboriginals of … Continue reading Indus Valley peoples were Caucasians

Most Caucasian Populations Have Significant Non-Caucasian Elements

Apart from Caucasus peoples, (ex. Georgians, Persians, Armenians) most of the world’s Caucasians are heavily mixed with non-Caucasoid races.

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I received this comment today. I deleted the comment and banned the poster because he insulted me, but his comments are interesting nonetheless. His position is that most Caucasian populations are significantly admixed with non-Caucasian, and I am afraid he is right. There are probably few if any pure Whites or pure Caucasians.

The guy appears to be some sort of a Hindu nationalist type and he seems to be making a big deal out of the fact that Indians are mostly White, especially high caste ones of which he seems to be a part. He is quite offended by the idea that Indians are part-Australoid, but that is how they show up on some charts.

He says the Australoid component is more similiar to SE Asians such as Thai people. However, this Asian component also looks something like the Asian part of the Ancient Northeast Asian group. The Asian…

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