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#171 Feb 24, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
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Yet again you are completely in error. There is ample proof that the Berbers for 30,000 year were Eurasian types, not African.
Nothing you can do about solid irrefutable genetic and morphological evidence.
MAGHREB: predominantly Eurasian for 30,000 years.
There Berbers were never Eurasian get over it! You've already been debunked.
Barros Serrano

Silver City, NM

#172 Feb 24, 2013
trollslayer wrote:
Valid study proves Africans & did NOT change much when they moved into different continents.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12890443
only a idiot with NO LINKS would say original Africans suddenly changed. Mutations took place amongst a select few much later
Completely wrong. A select few? LOL... much later? LOL.

Wrong, boy. The mtDNA and Y types of Eurasians appear upon leaving Africa. NO African DNA is found among them anywhere... not among the Andamanese, the Melanesians, nowhere.

Yes, Eurasia and beyond was settled by Eurasians. They'd been Eurasians since leaving Africa.

You talk out yer ass, boy. You know nothing about the studies which have been done on the human genome, obviously.

For example, DNA has proven that the Maghreb has been predominantly Eurasian for 30,000 years.
Barros Serrano

Silver City, NM

#173 Feb 24, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
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There Berbers were never Eurasian get over it! You've already been debunked.
Debunked by what? LOL... wrong, moron.

DNA and morphology shows Eurasians in the Maghreb by 30,000 years ago. And Eurasian DNA predominates in the Maghreb until the present.

Ancient depictions show them as Eurasians.

Medieval Iberian depictions show them as Eurasians.

And they're still Eurasians.

Yes, the Maghreb is essentially a Eurasian culture region. It is part of the Mediterranean world.

Don't make me post all those links again and give you Afronazis yet another nervous breakdown.

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#174 Feb 24, 2013
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Debunked by what? LOL... wrong, moron.
Debunked by me and others your incestours whining about a group of people that have next to NOTHING to do with you at all is hilarious.
Barros Serrano wrote:
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DNA and morphology shows Eurasians in the Maghreb by 30,000 years ago. And Eurasian DNA predominates in the Maghreb until the present.
What DNA? You've been debunked and owned about this already.
Barros Serrano wrote:
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Ancient depictions show them as Eurasians.
There are no depictions of Berbers except the ones who became Pharoah's in ancient Egypt and they were depicted no differently from the AE.
Barros Serrano wrote:
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Medieval Iberian depictions show them as Eurasians.
And they're still Eurasians.
Those are fakes there were never any depictions of Moor's because they didn't believe in such things so all of the depictions depicted by Europeans were not Berbers.
Barros Serrano wrote:
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Yes, the Maghreb is essentially a Eurasian culture region. It is part of the Mediterranean world.
Don't make me post all those links again and give you Afronazis yet another nervous breakdown.
It will never be a Eurasian culture and it never has! Post a Eurasian culture that has the Berber traditions aswell as the language?

Post all the links and I'll immediately tear you a new a$$hole b*tch.
Barros Serrano

Silver City, NM

#175 Feb 24, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
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Debunked by me and others your incestours whining about a group of people that have next to NOTHING to do with you at all is hilarious.
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What DNA? You've been debunked and owned about this already.
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There are no depictions of Berbers except the ones who became Pharoah's in ancient Egypt and they were depicted no differently from the AE.
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Those are fakes there were never any depictions of Moor's because they didn't believe in such things so all of the depictions depicted by Europeans were not Berbers.
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It will never be a Eurasian culture and it never has! Post a Eurasian culture that has the Berber traditions aswell as the language?
Post all the links and I'll immediately tear you a new a$$hole b*tch.
Wrong as always, cabrona.

Valid DNA studies of multiple human remains found in the Maghreb, dating all along the last 30,000 years, always show pure or predominantly Eurasian DNA. How the hell was any of that debunked? LOL!!! You can't argue with pure science. But of course, you Afronazis will, as you must, since scientific fact contradicts your racist worldview. You are cultists, and have nothing to do with scientific or academic thought.

Wrong There are depictions of Berbers by Egyptians, Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans, and they all show Eurasian types. Look at the pics of the Numidian kings, for example. Eurasians. They could pass as Italians easily.

LOL...the depictions of Moors by Iberians were accurate. And they were Berbers. The majority were not black. Very few were black.

1. DNA over the 30k years
2. morphology of remains over 30k years
3. ancient depictions
4. Medieval Iberian depictions
5. historical accounts
6. Guanches

LOL!!! ALL evidence confirms a Eurasian Maghreb. Nothing you can do about it, racist Afronazi culture-grubbing insecure self-hating Afro-whitey Yank fool!
Barros Serrano

Silver City, NM

#176 Feb 24, 2013
Be careful, Afronazis... don't get too obnoxious or I'll feel obliged to post all that evidence. I just posted the depictions by ancients and Iberians, proving that the Berbers/Moors were predominantly Eurasian---evidence provided by eyewitnesses.

If you don't mind your manners, I'll post the DNA evidence for the Maghreb proving it to be predominantly Eurasian for the past 30k years.

Others have posted the writings of Muslims of the period, such as Ibn Khaldun, which completely destroyed your Afronazi attempts to negate the Amazigh (a culture-genocide crime against humanity).

LOL!!! It is fun shooting you bastards full of holes.
pn2cladelover

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#177 Feb 24, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
Be careful, Afronazis... don't get too obnoxious or I'll feel obliged to post all that evidence. I just posted the depictions by ancients and Iberians, proving that the Berbers/Moors were predominantly Eurasian---evidence provided by eyewitnesses.
If you don't mind your manners, I'll post the DNA evidence for the Maghreb proving it to be predominantly Eurasian for the past 30k years.
Others have posted the writings of Muslims of the period, such as Ibn Khaldun, which completely destroyed your Afronazi attempts to negate the Amazigh (a culture-genocide crime against humanity).
LOL!!! It is fun shooting you bastards full of holes.
just by saying it , dosent make it true

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#178 Feb 24, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
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Wrong as always, cabrona.
Valid DNA studies of multiple human remains found in the Maghreb, dating all along the last 30,000 years, always show pure or predominantly Eurasian DNA. How the hell was any of that debunked? LOL!!! You can't argue with pure science. But of course, you Afronazis will, as you must, since scientific fact contradicts your racist worldview. You are cultists, and have nothing to do with scientific or academic thought.
Reposting the same crap want help you The human remians found in North Africa was that of tropically adapted Africans and not cold adapted types once again you were proven wrong on multiple threads multiple links have been posted up proving you wrong!
There was no DNA that confirmed Eurasians were there for 30 thousand years because there were No Eurasians there back than. Most of the Eurasians came in recent times during the Neolthic or at best less than that.
Barros Serrano wrote:
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Wrong There are depictions of Berbers by Egyptians, Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans, and they all show Eurasian types. Look at the pics of the Numidian kings, for example. Eurasians. They could pass as Italians easily.
The only real depiction of Berbers in AE Egypt was from the Berbers themseveles when they were Pharaohs the other depiction that you're talking about wasan't created by AE but was a creation of a European.
Barros Serrano wrote:
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LOL...the depictions of Moors by Iberians were accurate. And they were Berbers. The majority were not black. Very few were black.
Wrong! There are no depictions of Berbers by IBERIANS I mean NO depictions! None of those were Berbers you incremanet and I debunked you in another thread about that.
Barros Serrano wrote:
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1. DNA over the 30k years
2. morphology of remains over 30k years
3. ancient depictions
4. Medieval Iberian depictions
5. historical accounts
6. Guanches
LOL!!! ALL evidence confirms a Eurasian Maghreb. Nothing you can do about it, racist Afronazi culture-grubbing insecure self-hating Afro-whitey Yank fool!
1. NO proof there are no Eurasians there in North Africa in the Paloethic.
2. There were no Ancient depictions of Berbers beside the Berber Pharoah's who were depicted no different from the AE which would mean the Berbers and AE are one and the same.
Again there are no depictions of Berbers made by any Iberians those pictures were a fluke just like the table of nation.

Guanches? I love when you reference some mythical blond hair Gauncehes when even most Berbers today don't have Red hair no do they have Blond hair and most Gaunces now are European.

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#179 Feb 24, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
Be careful, Afronazis... don't get too obnoxious or I'll feel obliged to post all that evidence. I just posted the depictions by ancients and Iberians, proving that the Berbers/Moors were predominantly Eurasian---evidence provided by eyewitnesses.
If you don't mind your manners, I'll post the DNA evidence for the Maghreb proving it to be predominantly Eurasian for the past 30k years.
Others have posted the writings of Muslims of the period, such as Ibn Khaldun, which completely destroyed your Afronazi attempts to negate the Amazigh (a culture-genocide crime against humanity).
LOL!!! It is fun shooting you bastards full of holes.
And I will debunk you! 99 percent of the depictions of socalled berbers were fake! Table of Nations which were written in 1800's the the depictions of iberians which was another fluke that showed the Spaniards themseveles.
Barros Serrano

Silver City, NM

#180 Feb 24, 2013
pn2cladelover wrote:
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just by saying it , dosent make it true
The evidence makes it so.

Evidence you are lacking to support your position.

It all clearly says: The Maghreb has been predominantly Eurasian for 30,000 years, and most of the Moors in Iberia were non-black Berbers.

You are not only completely incorrect historically and scientifically, but are in the process committing the crime of culture-genocide against the Amazigh people.

Cease and desist.
Barros Serrano

Silver City, NM

#181 Feb 24, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
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And I will debunk you! 99 percent of the depictions of socalled berbers were fake! Table of Nations which were written in 1800's the the depictions of iberians which was another fluke that showed the Spaniards themseveles.
You have no evidence. Iberian Medieval depictions were fake? LOL... how absurd. And coins showing Numidian kings are fake?

LOL!!! So the “Eurocentric conspiracy” extends back to Medieval and even ancient times?

You're daft.
Barros Serrano

Silver City, NM

#182 Feb 24, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
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Reposting the same crap want help you The human remians found in North Africa was that of tropically adapted Africans and not cold adapted types once again you were proven wrong on multiple threads multiple links have been posted up proving you wrong!
There was no DNA that confirmed Eurasians were there for 30 thousand years because there were No Eurasians there back than. Most of the Eurasians came in recent times during the Neolthic or at best less than that.
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The only real depiction of Berbers in AE Egypt was from the Berbers themseveles when they were Pharaohs the other depiction that you're talking about wasan't created by AE but was a creation of a European.
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Wrong! There are no depictions of Berbers by IBERIANS I mean NO depictions! None of those were Berbers you incremanet and I debunked you in another thread about that.
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1. NO proof there are no Eurasians there in North Africa in the Paloethic.
2. There were no Ancient depictions of Berbers beside the Berber Pharoah's who were depicted no different from the AE which would mean the Berbers and AE are one and the same.
Again there are no depictions of Berbers made by any Iberians those pictures were a fluke just like the table of nation.
Guanches? I love when you reference some mythical blond hair Gauncehes when even most Berbers today don't have Red hair no do they have Blond hair and most Gaunces now are European.
You are deluded.

Remains from 30k bp in the Maghreb were of EURASIAN type. They were virtually identical to Cro-Magnon, and with Eurasian DNA exclusively. You lose. EVIDENCE!!! What Afronazis most fear... from van Sertima on...

Fool. The Egyptians did portray Libyan Berbers, and showed them as light-skinned Eurasians. There were also black people in Libya, away from the coast. But the Maghreb was Eurasian.

Iberians also DID create depictions of Moors. Why would they not? And those Moors are Eurasians. There is no way around it.

And the Guanches.. yes, many were blonde. These aren't myths. These are the desciptions by the Spanish who “discovered” them. And Guanche DNA has been anayzed. Eurasians, with obvious genetic links to the Maghreb. To the Berbers. Also Eurasians.

You have nothing. All the evidence proves me right... because my conclusions are based in EVIDENCE, not, like yours, on preconceived racist supremacist ideology.

You're a sociopath.
Barros Serrano

Silver City, NM

#183 Feb 24, 2013
And of course the Maghreb population had contacts since Palaeolithic times with other Eurasian populations. Hence their close relatedness to Mideasterners and Europeans. some 8000 years ago, it is likely the Megalithic seafarers were sailing between Morocco, Portugal, Galicia, Brittany, Cornwall and Ireland as well as to the Canaries.

This would explain why the Guanches were who they were... like the Berbers generally, they were partly European, just as Europeans of the southern Megalithic culture region were partly Berber.

The configuration of the Roman Empire, surrounding the Mediterranean, reflects a cultural and human reality which is far more ancient than the Romans.

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#184 Feb 24, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
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You have no evidence. Iberian Medieval depictions were fake? LOL... how absurd. And coins showing Numidian kings are fake?
LOL!!! So the “Eurocentric conspiracy” extends back to Medieval and even ancient times?
You're daft.
LOL I debunked you on a previous thread about socalled iBERIAN depictions. The Numdians kings were of Phoenician/Roman origin.

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#185 Feb 24, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
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You are deluded.
Remains from 30k bp in the Maghreb were of EURASIAN type. They were virtually identical to Cro-Magnon, and with Eurasian DNA exclusively. You lose. EVIDENCE!!! What Afronazis most fear... from van Sertima on...
Fool. The Egyptians did portray Libyan Berbers, and showed them as light-skinned Eurasians. There were also black people in Libya, away from the coast. But the Maghreb was Eurasian.
Iberians also DID create depictions of Moors. Why would they not? And those Moors are Eurasians. There is no way around it.
And the Guanches.. yes, many were blonde. These aren't myths. These are the desciptions by the Spanish who “discovered” them. And Guanche DNA has been anayzed. Eurasians, with obvious genetic links to the Maghreb. To the Berbers. Also Eurasians.
You have nothing. All the evidence proves me right... because my conclusions are based in EVIDENCE, not, like yours, on preconceived racist supremacist ideology.
You're a sociopath.
Again ret*ard you have been debunked! There were Libyan Berber pharaohs and they were depicted no different from the AE themseveles again, table of Nations created in the 18 century by a European artist, that's years after Egytpian Rule.

Iberian depictions of the moor's once again inaccurate and mainly depicted the Spaniards themseveles and not the real Berbers.

Another lie the claim about Gauches being White with blond hair with again no link to prove any of that and what the studies tell us today that the Gaunches today are pretty much White.

You're a ret*arded loser desperate to insert your White master's in Africa just like you were desperate to insert whites in Black American inventions.

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#186 Feb 24, 2013
Barros Serrano wrote:
And of course the Maghreb population had contacts since Palaeolithic times with other Eurasian populations. Hence their close relatedness to Mideasterners and Europeans. some 8000 years ago, it is likely the Megalithic seafarers were sailing between Morocco, Portugal, Galicia, Brittany, Cornwall and Ireland as well as to the Canaries.
This would explain why the Guanches were who they were... like the Berbers generally, they were partly European, just as Europeans of the southern Megalithic culture region were partly Berber.
The configuration of the Roman Empire, surrounding the Mediterranean, reflects a cultural and human reality which is far more ancient than the Romans.
LOL there are Next to NO blond and red head Middle easterners that's how i know you're full of shid.

The Berbers just like other Africans are distantly related to Europeans. Alot of the MIddle easterners have African ancestry do to Africans moving in and out of the middle east since the Paloethic however there were no Eurasians in the Palethic it's a dream a myth that White Worshipers like you use to claim a stake in Africa.

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#187 Feb 24, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
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Whites are the first people that claimed there were blacks in America it's isn't blacks that came up with it shrugs shoulders*
They were probably referring to some American Indians who very dark but not really African Black.

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#188 Feb 24, 2013
McAlister73 wrote:
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They were probably referring to some American Indians who very dark but not really African Black.
LOL they wouldn't claim that as that wouldn't make a lick of sense.
trollslayer

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#189 Feb 24, 2013
SEXYBLKWOMAN wrote:
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Debunked by me and others your incestours whining about a group of people that have next to NOTHING to do with you at all is hilarious.
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What DNA? You've been debunked and owned about this already.
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There are no depictions of Berbers except the ones who became Pharoah's in ancient Egypt and they were depicted no differently from the AE.
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Those are fakes there were never any depictions of Moor's because they didn't believe in such things so all of the depictions depicted by Europeans were not Berbers.
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It will never be a Eurasian culture and it never has! Post a Eurasian culture that has the Berber traditions aswell as the language?
Post all the links and I'll immediately tear you a new a$$hole b*tch.
'barros' is the type who tries to force his non-supported opinion on others. he strikes me as the same type of idiot who would probably try to force himself on woman if she rejected him.
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he thinks those ISOLATED cartoon depictions in Alphonso's 'book of games' proves the majority of moors were white....lol. The key is ISOLATED cartoon depictions
pn2cladelover

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#190 Feb 24, 2013
they knew the difference between the indians and blacks ,they said in explicit detail there were blacks

Columbus had recorded the fact that Africans were trading with the Americas. In The Narrative of the Third Voyage, he wrote:

“Certain principal inhabitants of the island of Santiago came to see him, and they said that to the south-west of the island of Huego, which is one of the Cape Verde, distant twelve league from this, may be seen an island, and that the King Don Juan was greatly inclined to send to make discoveries to the south-west and that canoes had been found which start from the coasts of Guinea and navigate to the west with merchandise. 37”

Las Casas later wrote about Columbus saying:

“…That after he would navigate, the Lord pleasing, to the west, and from there would go to this Espanola in which route he would prove the theory of the King John aforesaid; and that he thought to investigate the report of the Indians of the Espanola (Haiti) who said that there had come to Espanola from the south and the south-east, a black people who have the tops of their spears made of a metal which they call “guanine” of which he had sent samples to the Sovereigns to have them assayed, when it was found that of 32 parts, 18 were of gold, 6 of silver and 8 of copper

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