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I admit that I am following what you call "old archeology" and I am not rebuking the possibility that new evidence and new additions may have come to light however, you keep missing the point. In trying to make your own point, YOU COMPLETELY MISQUOTE AND MISREAD ME. You repeat points on which I have already agreed and acknowledged, wtihout having recourse to your views, having acquired them prior to our discussion such as:
1)Guaramantes being black
2) Sahara NOT being the barrier between blacks and the Mediterranean.
DID YOU READ ANY OF THE POSTS I MADE OR DID YOU SIMPLY LOOK AT A COUPLE OF LINES before making your response?
Here is something to help you with your misconception:
Didn't I mention the sites in southern Europe that had been, as early as 40 000 years ago, ocupied by Black people? I have mentioned the names of several sites which I doubt you were even aware of such as Combe Capelle, Laugerie Basse and Grimaldi in France, sites wehre skeletons of Black people have been excavated. I am quite knowledgeable in geogrpahy thank you so if I am acknowledging the fact that bglack people lived in southern France, then it MUST MEAN THAT BLACK PEOPLE ALSO LIVED IN TEH SAHARA AND THE NORTH AFRICAN COASTAL REGIONS!
Furthermore, didn't I make several posts clearly stating that since prehistoric times white and black people had lived in the Sahaharan region? That should solve your issue with trying to prove to me something I already know and aknowledge, that black people lived in the Sahara and further north to the Mediterranena since prehistoric times.
Can we move beyond what we both take to be a fact?
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