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:Sigh: I got to reply to another moron on this forum.
"I can see that King Tut did have Black admixture ...
As in any society, when race-mixing and "diversity" is involved, the society falls hard.... "
What kind of moronic commment is this? Are you telling me that King Tut ancestors had Caucasian ancestry? It seems that you are having a difficult time grasphing truth but I cannot spoon feed you, the the Ancient Egyptians ARE Black.
White Man Source AKA Discovery Channel (King Tut Pic)
Histories, Book II By Herodotus: Acknowledges that the Egyptians had Black skin and Wooly Hair.
...Herodotus even stated that the Egyptians had wooly hair [Ref: Herodotus.VII.70]
...Herodotus considered ALL those residing in Northern Africa as Ethiopians, but there were two groups, one with wooly hair and the other with straight hair.
Aristotle too acknowledged that the Egyptians had Black Skin and Wooly Hair.
...Remember Andromeda, Blacks were not considered "Barbarians" by the Greeks unlike the other Europeans
"Every city and town in the USA that Negros inhabit, is completely destroyed.... "
Sure... that seems to make alot of sense, no wonder CNN was established in Atlanta.
I cannot bother quoting the rest of the crap...
Refer to this:
Here's a Google:
Take a look at the inventors, I never knew the "ignorant" Blacks were capable of inventing so many items.
Dean holds 3/9 of the patent for the PC architecture. It appears that your twisted theory is false.
PS: Egypt is NOT the craddle of civilization but it is Negroid in Race. The cradle of civilization is probably in India, and they were considered as "Ethiopian" by the Greeks.
Note: Ethiop = Black [In Ancient Greek]
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