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Old July 18th, 2009 #4
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Rozzi believes the jawbone provides crucial evidence that humans attacked Neanderthals, and sometimes killed them, bringing back their bodies to caves to eat or to use their skulls or teeth as trophies. "For years, people have tried to hide away from the evidence of cannibalism, but I think we have to accept it took place," he added.
If, as they say, Neanderthals were a different species from us, how can eating them be considered cannibalism?
Just another gratuitous slam against "caveman" Whites curtesy of the Frankfurt school.
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