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Old May 16th, 2011 #37
N.M. Valdez
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Originally Posted by Hugh View Post
According to your own people there were, and the tools and evidence all prove that there were.

Your ancestors worked for them as hired labourers, then outbred them.
Then your ancestors killed and ate them, Valdez.
They even ate the babies, Valdez.

YouTube - Cannibalism and the Anasazi, part 1 of 6
And while you spuriously twist religious mythology, will you be doing the same with this? Negroid roots of Ireland

Ancient Irish mythology refers to the original inhabitants of the island as being a giant, sea-faring people called the Fomorians (Fomors), which means "dark of the sea". They are said to be of Hamitic stock. These demons, as they are portrayed as, defeated the first few incoming waves of invaders, but could not defeat the Firbolgs, who settled the land and lived side-by-side with the native Fomors.

Two more invasions, the first led by the godly Tuatha de Danaan, and the second by the Celtic Milesians, took control of Ireland, mixing together with the Fomorians until they were no more. Today, it is regarded that these myths may, to some extent, be explaining actual history.

My theory is that the Fomorians were a real people, and that they were sailers from Africa, probably Negroid.
Let's hear all about it, Hugh.

Originally Posted by Fred Streed View Post
And at some point in the next few generations there will be no populations of American injuns left in the Americas. Or anywhere else.
The repatriation of the euros to their homeland is actually a rather humanitarian gesture. If they attempt to continue their traditional historic patterns of destructive behavior, more decisive action based on drastically reducing or eliminating this problem population will need to be taken.

Originally Posted by Alex Linder View Post
Texas A&M-led study shows earliest American residents came at least 15,500 years ago
I posted this more than a month ago.

This is reflective of your actual interest in American archaeology, not sufficient to keep up with actual developments, but you will post something that you incorrectly perceive as supporting your fantasies when you become aware of it long after the fact.
Originally Posted by Alex Linder View Post
I don't know what the truth is, and have said as much.