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Old June 3rd, 2019 #4
Stewart Meadows
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Stewart Meadows

I Took 9 Different Commercial DNA Tests and Got 6 Different Results

By Rafi Letzter, Staff Writer | November 5, 2018 09:42am ET

The thing about me is that I'm Jewish. It's not the only thing about me. I'm also 5 feet 11 inches tall, a glasses wearer and into bicycling. But most people who know me probably wouldn't be surprised to learn that most of my ancestors lived in shtetls in Eastern Europe.

So, it wasn't too surprising when I sent off nine DNA samples to three different DNA companies under a variety of fake names, and the results indicated that I'm super-duper Ashkenazi Jewish. (Ashkenazim are Jews who trace their ancestry back to Yiddish-speaking populations inhabiting the region between France and Russia.)

Here's what was a bit surprising, though: None of the companies — AncestryDNA, 23andMe and National Geographic, which works with a testing company called Helix — could agree on just how Ashkenazi I am. [How Do DNA Ancestry Tests Really Work?]

Three companies, three errors and six different results

And yes, just like Renegade Tribune (the link in the OP) says, jews control these crooked companies:

Bennett C. Greenspan (born 1952) is an American businessman. His business ventures have covered industries from real estate to the .com boom. Though he has mainly worked in the fields of photography and genetic testing,[3][4][5] (...) Greenspan founded Family Tree DNA which was the first American company to offer genealogical DNA testing directly to the general public.[4][14][15][16] (...) A Jewish American

Anne E. Wojcicki (/wuːˈtʃɪtski/ woo-CHITS-kee;[1] born July 28, 1973) is an American entrepreneur and the co-founder and chief executive officer of the personal genomics company 23andMe. (...) Her mother is Jewish American