Wednesday, 3 June 2009

Out of Africa Theory - WRONG !

The Out of Africa Theory which is the foundation of modern anthropology and the founding myth of leftist and liberal anti-racism is wrong as the evidence confirms that mans earliest relations were from Europe not Africa.

The Out of Europe Theory must now be used by all activists for European Rights.

We are not all Africans who are out of Africa - that is liberal propaganda.

Were our earliest hominid ancestors European?
22:00 01 June 2009 by Bob Holmes
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Millions of years before early humans evolved in Africa, their ancestors may have lived in Europe, a 12-million-year-old fossil hominid from Spain suggests.

The fossil, named Anoiapithecus brevirostris by Salvador Moyà-Solà of the Catalan Institute of Palaeontology in Barcelona, Spain, and his colleagues, dates from a period of human evolution for which the record is very thin. While only the animal's face, jaw and teeth survive, their shape places it within the African hominid lineage that gave rise to gorillas, chimps and humans. However, it also has features of a related group called kenyapithecins.

Moyà-Solà says that A. brevirostris and some similar-looking kenyapithecins lived in Europe shortly after the afrohominid and kenyapithecin lineages split, and so that the divergence itself may have happened there. If he is right, our hominid ancestors lived in Europe and only later migrated to Africa, where modern humans evolved.

This "into Africa" scenario is likely to be controversial. Critics argue that discoveries like Moyà-Solà's are more likely to reflect the quality of the fossil records in Africa and Europe than offer clues to the actual origins of hominids.

Jay Kelley, a palaeobiologist at the University of Illinois at Chicago, points out that the fossil record from the time in question is much better in Europe than in Africa. "If you've got a record on one continent but not the other, naturally you're going to see origins of the group from the continent where you've got the record," he says.

Journal reference: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0811730106)

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Dylan said...

Lee, do a search for "Ida".
Meanwhile, have a look at this -

It is logical to believe that pre-hominid anthropods were extant throughout terrestrial biology, and evolved according to local environmental templates into the modern races.
The post-Darwinian "out-of-Africa" theory of, for example, Leakey, is inconsistent with evolutionary ontology, and is based on a deistic paradigm, siezed upon by the marxist/deist/corporate consortium in their struggle to defy the realities of the 21st century.

Anonymous said...

Lee more evidence -

Ida - out of Germany

Anonymous said...


I know this is really short notice but the Libertarian blogger Old Holborn is offering a guest post spot on his blog to any of the non-Lib/Lab/Con parties who are standing for the Euro elections.

Maybe this would be a chance to use this platform to spread the message to a wider audience who wouldn't otherwise visit the BNP web site ?

Details here :

I can't wait for the opportunity to cast my vote later this evening which will hopefully see Nick Griffin take a seat in the European Parliament.

Anonymous said...

How come you like NWA and public enemy, you cretin. Also, when I find out what Law firm you work for, and I will, I will be sending a letter to put forward a case to eject you from the Law Society- if indeed you are a member, or indeed a lawyer. For it is difficult to imagine someone spouting such inane, fatuous and hysterical nonsense could ever have got a degree, or even read a book for that matter. Most likely you're just some knuckly draggin, fat bastard oik, whose read a little too much wikipedia, and has far too much time on his hands.

BNP? Don't make me laugh. Representing the white indigenous people of britain? Yeah, really shows in you're election results. Nick Griffin got a 2:2 from Cambridge, which is the equivalent of stopping in there to use the toilet.