Melanesian origin of Polynesian Y chromosomes

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Jun 19, 2013
 
http://lets-get-lost.com/wp-content/uploads/2...

On the left we have a pic of what the original Hawaiians looked like and the right is the result of various admixture.More proof.

Now are aall these men pictured part of the Royal family? lol I don't think so.

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Where is your big mouth now samoan irish? LOL

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Jun 19, 2013
 
Fijian_Warrior wrote:
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wi kipedia/commons/8/86/Native_Ha waiian_surfer_with_alaia_board .jpg
u have a major problem ......why u posting up pics of half naked men hahaha.....i bet your seats covered in your ass
sweat , have u shower today lol
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Jun 19, 2013
 
Fijian_Warrior wrote:
http://www.everettpotter.com/w p-content/uploads/2011/01/duke -Kahanamoku.jpg
....more pics of half naked men ....oh a lady too, are u bisexual now lol

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#276
Jun 19, 2013
 
Fijian_Warrior wrote:
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Look at the Hawaiian crest lol further proof that backs my argument:
https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images...
http://d22r54gnmuhwmk.cloudfront.net/photos/2...
Why would they depict themselves looking like Melanesians physically if that's not how they looked?
huh.. And this post.. Is why so many crickets.. Lol.. And samoans dont take u seriously.. Lol.. There r black images of white people u know.. Lol.. So afrocentric.. Like aa use the black madonna image to prove jews were black

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Jun 19, 2013
 
Fijian_Warrior wrote:
http://lets-get-lost.com/wp-co ntent/uploads/2011/12/c-hawaii 12.jpg
On the left we have a pic of what the original Hawaiians looked like and the right is the result of various admixture.More proof.
Now are aall these men pictured part of the Royal family? lol I don't think so.
ha ha ha ha that was so funny.. U know they did look poly.. Not a fitian warrior.. U see black and white photos dont show u.. The real color or define the feature of people and make u darker when ur not.. Just look up old pics of eskimos.. Same thing.. Thing is clearly looking at them feature wise very different from jolie vindiri.. Huh

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Jun 19, 2013
 
Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>ha ha ha ha that was so funny.. U know they did look poly.. Not a fitian warrior.. U see black and white photos dont show u.. The real color or define the feature of people and make u darker when ur not.. Just look up old pics of eskimos.. Same thing.. Thing is clearly looking at them feature wise very different from jolie vindiri.. Huh
I'll give you that 1 as I did not see the enlarged version of the photo before posting.But what about the others I posted? more excuses for those? lol typical from you though.

The Hawaiian Crest:

https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images...

http://d22r54gnmuhwmk.cloudfront.net/photos/2...

Why would they depict themselves looking like Melanesians physically if that's not accurate? answer the question.

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Jun 19, 2013
 
Sasa wrote:
<quoted text>....more pics of half naked men ....oh a lady too, are u bisexual now lol
I know these pics make you feel better knowing that you're not the only dark tagata in polynesia hahaha.

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Jun 20, 2013
 
Fijian_Warrior wrote:
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I'll give you that 1 as I did not see the enlarged version of the photo before posting.But what about the others I posted? more excuses for those? lol typical from you though.
The Hawaiian Crest:
https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images...
http://d22r54gnmuhwmk.cloudfront.net/photos/2...
Why would they depict themselves looking like Melanesians physically if that's not accurate? answer the question.
man u fitians r dumb.. Like my avatar says.. Firstly.. Theres a statue of a black budda.. Does it mean chinese.. Black.. Theres an icon called the black madonna.. Does it mean.. Jews black.. Icons.. Only symbols.. And the color black.. Is seen by many polys.. As a color of power.. When used in paintings.. Again u dumb fitian.. A painting dont represent the people. Those icons u showed were done.. This century.. Not 1500.. Duh

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Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>man u fitians r dumb.. Like my avatar says.. Firstly.. Theres a statue of a black budda.. Does it mean chinese.. Black.. Theres an icon called the black madonna.. Does it mean.. Jews black.. Icons.. Only symbols.. And the color black.. Is seen by many polys.. As a color of power.. When used in paintings.. Again u dumb fitian.. A painting dont represent the people. Those icons u showed were done.. This century.. Not 1500.. Duh
You are just clutching at straws as usual.This is not a painting lol this is their crest representing native Hawaiians, It was also adopted in 1845 so you are wrong again my friend.The simple fact is they wouldn't have used those physical characteristics on their national crest If It wasn't accurate.

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Fijian_Warrior wrote:
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You are just clutching at straws as usual.This is not a painting lol this is their crest representing native Hawaiians, It was also adopted in 1845 so you are wrong again my friend.The simple fact is they wouldn't have used those physical characteristics on their national crest If It wasn't accurate.
okay u dumb fitian.. Go post some paintings of hawaiians.. Go on and lets see how fitian they look.. I double dare u.. U see u cant change what is brown to black can u.. Lol. Ur clutching straws.. Go on captain cook.. Drew hawaiians the most.. Have a look

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Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>okay u dumb fitian.. Go post some paintings of hawaiians.. Go on and lets see how fitian they look.. I double dare u.. U see u cant change what is brown to black can u.. Lol. Ur clutching straws.. Go on captain cook.. Drew hawaiians the most.. Have a look
Now you try and change the subject to paintings lol acts of desperation.

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In conclusion, it is obvious that the Yueh people of the Lapita culture who settled the Pacific islands before the Austronesian expansion after 500 B.C., spoke Indo-African languages related to the Dravidian and Manding African groups. The linguistic evidence makes it clear that West Africans were settled in the Pacific islands long before Lakato culture bearers would have arrived on the East African scene. A comparison of Melanesian, Dravidian, Manding and Polynesian languages show considerable cognation in the area of kinship terms. A review of this material indicates that speakers of these languages lived in dwellings established in sedentary villages, led by chiefs and /or holy men. They hunted with bow and arrow, made pottery and possessed writing. In addition, they share the terms for fish, domesticated animals and root and grain crops, the deity, and major topographical features. The historical and archaeological evidence supports a two wave Indo-African migration to the Pacific. The first wave of Indo-Africans to settle the Pacific were the Yueh people who were forced out of southern China by the Shang Yin and later Zhou warriors after 1500 B.C.. The Yueh probably introduced the Lapita culture, since many of the Longshan people used incised red pottery.

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#291
Jun 20, 2013
 
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and.. U dumb fitian.. U can clearly see ur ugly genes in some of the royal families of samoa.. What that got to do with east polynesians.. Thing is.. If they mix they mix.. Ur point.. But the original samoans were polynesians.. And shows today.. We not african looking like u.

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Fijian_Warrior wrote:
In conclusion, it is obvious that the Yueh people of the Lapita culture who settled the Pacific islands before the Austronesian expansion after 500 B.C., spoke Indo-African languages related to the Dravidian and Manding African groups. The linguistic evidence makes it clear that West Africans were settled in the Pacific islands long before Lakato culture bearers would have arrived on the East African scene. A comparison of Melanesian, Dravidian, Manding and Polynesian languages show considerable cognation in the area of kinship terms. A review of this material indicates that speakers of these languages lived in dwellings established in sedentary villages, led by chiefs and /or holy men. They hunted with bow and arrow, made pottery and possessed writing. In addition, they share the terms for fish, domesticated animals and root and grain crops, the deity, and major topographical features. The historical and archaeological evidence supports a two wave Indo-African migration to the Pacific. The first wave of Indo-Africans to settle the Pacific were the Yueh people who were forced out of southern China by the Shang Yin and later Zhou warriors after 1500 B.C.. The Yueh probably introduced the Lapita culture, since many of the Longshan people used incised red pottery.
yeah yeah.. Keep telling ur black ass that.. And hopefully the fitian team will start resembling samoans.. Lol.. Not congo

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#293
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Now you try and change the subject to paintings lol acts of desperation.
u see.. The funny thing is.. U sit there, like a dumb loser.. Trying ur very best to find.. Polynesians to look like u rupeni cau cau.. And instead of posting pics.. U post a metal object painted in black.. And say.. Thats it.. Hawaiians were melanesians.. And look just like u.. Ha ha ha ha.. Dumb fitian, mate.. If i could post pics.. Like u.. I could post thousands..

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#294
Jun 20, 2013
 
LOL you are still here trying to make excuses hahahaha

Why would they physically depict themselves as Melanesian on their national crest if it wasn't accurate?

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