These days, the old adage, ignorance is bliss, is relevant, even when research and science should inform best practice in society. Assault on reason by the ignoramus crowd can be dangerous to the whole of humanity as it gains ground.
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[quoteTRINI_DADDY] "His [Van Sertima's] work is generally poor. He cherry picks information to support a preconceived hypothesis without looking at the complete picture or sources that disagree with him. He manipulates quotes or presents them out of context. His linguistic work is entirely unprofessional as he disregards natural rate of change, location, time [...] and language groups to support his idea of loan words transferring from one group to another. His claims are also extremely racist as they discount the achievements, feats and abilities of native peoples. [...] his work is littered with logical fallacies and false claims from undocumented or personal sources." - Prof Andrew George (historian and archeologist)
No serious expert thinks MesoAmerican civilizations were started by blacks. You are clinging to a man who stopped being relevant in the 1980s. DNA science has rendered Van Sertima's claims regarding MesoAmerica total nonsense. The idea that "Russia was started by Africas" is similarly ignorant. The idea that the first European civilization (the Minoans) was started by Africans has also been destroyed by all genetic studies.
Do you understand thatwe have mapped the human genome and that we have,for at least 30 years, been testing the DNA of all these cultures Van Sertima theorized about? We can literally track the movements of the people who founded the MesoAmerican civilization. They did not come from across the Atlantic Ocean. They came from the North West, the complete opposite direction. Unless Africans were living in Japan and Siberia thousands of years ago, and had magical DNA, they did not get anywhere near Mesopotamia.
Here's an excerpt from a recent scientific study on mitochondrial genomes which states this explicitly: "The Indigenous haplogroups (present in Mesopotamia) are A2, B2, C1, D1, and D4h3a. All of these descend from a founding population that split from Northern Eurasian lineages 25,000 years ago and remained stranded in Beringia for 6000 years before starting to colonise the Americas, 16,000 years ago."
So Van Sertima is utterly wrong.
The claim that the "Jews have weather controlling machines" is similarly madness. The idea that the elites have technology to "upload their consciousness into machines" is science fiction fantasy. The idea that 5G towers are erected to "control people" is moronic. The idea that there is a plot to "clone people" is laughable. And falling sperm rates - which won't have a discernible effect for countless centuries - has nothing to do with a sinister plot initiated by Jews.
You are too gullible, and completely unhinged from reality. How can anyone seriously believe Jews are controlling the weather? Even "normal" covid conspiracists don't believe things as wacky as that.
Just a few days ago you were citing David Icke as a source (a man who believes in reptilian alien shapeshifters!), and even he would laugh at that idea. Your other sources - many who believe in segregating black people, don't believe in evolution, are outright white supremacists, at least two of whom think allowing black immigrants into England is resulting in its destruction - would similarly laugh. The Jews control the weather? Even Hitler, King of the anti-Semites, didn't go that far. [/quote]