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You ARE a Moron. Do be aware that I am replying various queries from other threads since I don't see the need of individually replying them.
The Egyptians WERE Black, just go to Discovery Channel's official website and look for the King Tut page. This is official, and not BS like white Israelites.
The Elamites and Shemites are more like their Dravidian cousins. One can consider them Negroid, or not, the racial classification system is not fixed nor is it even referred to in the scientific community. They are NOT Caucasian at all, get over with the Nordic Sumerian bullshit.
Then there is the Jews. If you're talking about today, most are CAUCASIAN. But if you're talking about the past, then they were Negroid or the Dark skinned people wavy hair. =) I don't see any Caucasian at all, to the sane, a Caucasian is white, and not even Bin Laden is going to classify himself as a Caucasian.
Then you talk of the Europeans, probably they were never Black. Since it is fact that man originated from Africa, would this mean that Caucasians are not Human? Remember that I am using your logic which is akin to a moron.
I don't need to drag Chinese and Japanese because most are intelligent. They are clearly aware that they originated from Africa. They could identify themselves as whatever they want, and no one should force them to change their identity.
- Race is ONLY physical.
- Genetics (Blood type, Mitochondrial DNA, etc) do NOT determine which race one is.
This means the Africoid looking people in Asia are Negroid according to the current racial classification system. A Negroid looking Indian might see an African as a cousin but lets remember that he/she will identify themselves as an Indian first. The same goes for the Africoid looking Chinese, Iranians, etc. Lets not remember this.
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