by Robert Frenz
11 July 1999
The propaganda served up by both the churches, the controlled-media and the government, all reiterate the observable nonsense that all of the talking apes belong to a single species – Homo sapiens. For the purposes of control, one can see the usefulness of such a device by people wishing to control massive populations, sell them trinkets and/or to pursue other sorts of short-range objectives.
Kingdom, phylum, class, order, species, etc., are only abstract classifications – labels – which man uses in an attempt to reduce the universe to something his finite brain can handle. Stating that "men evolved from apes," or that a Black belongs to the same species as a Yellow, is really little more than talk. The THEORY of evolution is just that – theory – and the nonsense which flows from this belief is analogous to that promoted by most religions.
Classification of the varied lifeforms is based upon similarities. If similarities are found, then the biologists say that they must be related and/or evolved from one or the other. Birds are said to have evolved from reptiles because they both have scales on their bodies. (Some scales turned miraculously into feathers, we are instructed.) I am still waiting for someone to explain the birds' lighter skeleton, magnificently different eyes and especially the change from cold-blooded to warm-blooded. "Evolution" is a faith and one must weigh with suspicion the classifications much as we would those of the religious such as "cherubs", "saints", angels", "devils" and so on and so forth. A major fault in the human brain is often its inability to differentiate between belief, opinion and fact.
I have previously written that the jackal and the coyote are physically more alike than are the Negro and the Asian, yet the canines are said to be of different species and the humanoids not. It is not well known, but some zoologists at one time proposed that Homo be divided into 3 species; Black, Yellow and White. They were out-numbered by those who wished not to be targeted by the church and so this absurdity was established and lives with us even today. The church is in the soul business and if a convincing person can establish that goats have souls, that would be enough to admit them to the congregation if it weren't for one great drawback – goats cannot enrich the collection plate.
The down-the-memory-hole classifications were: Homo sapiens for the White and Homo nigerus for the Black. I cannot here recall the Yellow designation. There is simply too much scientific evidence relative to the massive racial differences, for any sane person to believe that Blacks are only White people with a melanin problem.
Our schools are controlled by the government and our ZOG has no intention of allowing the proliferation of factual material in regard to the races. This would counter their "one world" and universal "brown man" fantasies.
As the evidence from Kennewick Man, the presence of Celts in America long before the Vikings, to the mummified bodies of ancient Europeans found in China accumulates, it appears the Waddell was correct in his The Makers of Civilization.
In my opinion, Homo sapiens means White. "Mankind" did not place men upon the moon. White people did.
From every nook and cranny one can find upon the body of a humanoid, there exists indisputable evidence of racial differences and some of them are quite pronounced. If our senses function properly, we'll have no need for DNA testing which is little more than another affirmation of what our noses have should have already informed us. I am no "expert" nor have I written a million entertaining, and generally useless books but my brain does function quite well. To the skeptic however, I offer a following article written by an "expert" concerning a very obvious species difference.
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HAIR (a word common to Teutonic languages), the general term for the characteristic outgrowth of the epidermis forming the coat of mammals. The word is also applied by analogy to the filamentous outgrowths from the body of insects, &c., plants, and metaphorically to anything of like appearance.
Anthropology.-The human hair has an important place among the physical criteria of race. While its general structure and quantity vary comparatively little, its length in individuals and relatively in the two sexes, its form, its colour, its general consistency and the appearance under the microscope of its transverse section show persistent differences in the various races. It is the persistence of these differences and specially in regard to its colour and texture, which has given to hair its ethnological importance. So obvious a racial differentiation had naturally long ago attracted the attention of anthropologists. But it was not until the 19th century that microscopic examination showed the profound difference in structure between the hair characteristic of the great divisions of mankind. It was in 1863 that Dr. Pruner-Bey read a paper before the Paris Anthropological Society entitled "On the Human Hair as a Race Character, examined by aid of the Microscope." This address established the importance of hair as a racial criterion. He demonstrated that the structure of the hair is threefold:–
(1) Short and crisp, generally termed "woolly," elliptical or kidney-shaped in section, with no distinguishable medulla or pith. Its colour is almost always jet Black, and it is characteristic of all the Black races except the Australians and aborigines of India. This type of hair has two varieties. When the hairs are relatively long and the spiral of the curls large, the head has the appearance of being completely covered, as with some of the Melanesian races and most of the negroes. Haeckel has called this "eriocomous" or "woolly" proper. In some negroid peoples, however, such as the Hottentots and Bushmen, the hair grows in very short curls with narrow spirals and forms little tufts separated by spaces which appear bare. The head looks as if it were dotted over with pepper-seed, and thus this hair has gained the name of "peppercorn-growth." Haeckel has called it "lophocomous" or "crested." Most negroes have this type of hair in childhood and, even when fully grown, signs of it persist around the temples. The space between each tuft is not bald, as was at one time generally assumed. The hair grows uniformly over the head, as in all races.
(2) Straight, lank, long and coarse, round or nearly so in section, with the medulla or pith easily distinguishable, and almost without exception Black. This is the hair of the Yellow races, the Chinese, Mongols and Indians of the Americas.
(3) Wavy, and curly, or smooth and silky, oval in section, with medullary tube but no pith. This is the hair of Europeans, and is mainly fair, though Black, brown, red or towy varieties are found.
There is a fourth type of hair describable as "frizzy." It is easily distinguishable from the Asiatic and European types, but not from the negroid wool. It is always thick and Black, and is characteristic of the Australians, Nubians, and certain of the Mulattos. Generally hair curls in proportion to its flatness. The rounder it is the stiffer and lanker. These extremes are respectively represented by the Papuans and the Japanese. Of all hair the woolly type is found to be the most persistent, as in the case of the Brazilian Cafusos, negro and native hybrids. Quatrefages quotes the case of a triple hybrid, "half negro, quarter Cherokee, quarter English," who had short crisp furry-looking hair.
Wavy types of hair vary most in colour: almost the deepest hue of Black being found side by side with the most flaxen and towy. Colour varies less in the lank type, and scarcely at all in the woolly. The only important exception to the uniform Blackness of the negroid wool is to be found among the Wochuas, a tribe of African pygmies whose hair is described by Wilhelm Junker (Travels in Africa, iii. p. 82) as "of a dark, rusty brown hue." Fair hair in all its shades is, frequent among the populations of northern Europe, but much rarer in the south. According to Dr John Beddoe there are sixteen blonds out of every hundred Scotch, thirteen out of every hundred English, and two only out of a hundred Italians. The percentage of brown hair is 75% among Spaniards, 30 among French and 16 only in Scandinavia. Among the straight-haired races fair hair is far rarer; it is, however, found among the western Finns. Among those races with frizzy hair, red is almost as common as among those with wavy hair. Red hair, however, is "an individual anomaly associated ordinarily with freckles. There are no red-haired races.
A certain correlation appears to exist between the nature of hair and its absolute or relative length in the two sexes. Thus straight hair is the longest (Chinese, Red Indians), while woolly is shortest. Wavy hair holds an intermediate position. In the two extremes the difference of length in man and woman is scarcely noticeable. In some lank-haired races, men's tresses are as long as women's, e.g. the Chinese pigtail, and the hair of Redskins which grows to the length sometimes of upwards of 9 ft. In the frizzy-haired peoples, men and women have equally short growths. Bushwomen, the female Hottentot and negresses have hair no longer than men's. It is only in the wavy, and now and again in the frizzy types, that the difference in the sexes is marked. Among European men the length rarely exceeds 12 to 16 in., while with women the mean length is between 25 and 30 in. and in some cases has been known to reach 6 ft. or more.
The growth of hair on the body corresponds in general with that on the bead. The hairiest races are the Australians and Tasmanians, whose heads are veritable mops in the thickness and unkempt luxuriance of the locks. Next to them are the Todas, and other hill-tribesmen of India, and the Hairy Ainu of Japan. Traces, too, of the markedly hairy race, now extinct, supposed to be the ancestor of Toda and Ainu alike, are to be found here and there in Europe, especially among the Russian peasantry. The least hairy peoples are the Yellow races, the men often scarcely having rudimentary beards, e.g. Indians of America and the Mongols. Negroid peoples may be said to be intermediate, but usually incline to hairlessness. The wavy-haired populations hold also an intermediate position, but somewhat incline to hairiness. Among negroes especially no rule can be formulated. Bare types such as the Bushmen and western negroes are found contiguous to hairy types such as the inhabitants of Ashantee. Neither is there any rule as to baldness. From statistics taken in America it would seem that it is ten times less frequent among negroes; than among Whites between the ages of thirty-three and forty-five years, and thirty times less between twenty-one and thirty-two years. Among Mulattos it is more frequent than among negroes but less than among Whites. It is rarer among Redskins than among negroes. The lanugo or downy hairs, with which the human foetus is covered for some time before birth and which is mostly shed in the womb, and the minute hairs which cover nearly every part of the adult human body, may be regarded as rudimentary remains of a complete hairy covering in the ancestors of mankind. The Pliocene, or at all events Miocene precursor of man, was a furred creature. The discovery of Egyptian mummies six thousand years old or more has proved that this physical criterion remains unchanged, and that it is today what it was so many scores of centuries back. Perhaps, then, the primary divisions of mankind were distinguished by hair the same in texture and colour as that which characterizes today the great ethnical groups. The wavy type bridges the gulf between the lank and woolly types, all in turn derived from a common hair-covered being. In this connexion it is worth mention, as pointed out by P. Topinard, that though the regions occupied by the negroid races are the habitat of the anthropoid apes, the hair of the latter is real hair, not wool. Further in the eastern section of the dark domain, while the Papuan is still Black and dolichocephalic, his presumed progenitor, the orangutan, is brachycephalic with decidedly red hair. Thus the White races are seen to come nearest the higher apes in this respect, Yellow next, and Black farthest removed. No test has proved, on repeated examination, to be a safer one of racial purity than the quality of hair, and Pruner-Bey goes so far as to suggest that "a single hair presenting the average form characteristic of the race might serve to define it." At any rate a hair of an individual bears the stamp of his origin.
P. A. Brown, Classification of Mankind by the Hair.
P. Topinard, The Human Hair in Nature.
Dr. Pruner-Bey, Observations of the Social Anthropoids.
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