IT IS NOT the 1950s anymore. You can’t take racial identity for granted.
Substantial race mixing (hybridization) in White homelands worldwide has been going on for at least four decades now, gathering speed all the time. Historically, Hawaii, Jamaica, and, of course, Brazil and Latin America, were real-world harbingers of this process outside of core White living areas.
The three examples below show only the most “extreme” (opposite ends of the phenotypic spectrum) racial mix: White and Black. But that is not the only possible interracial cross.
Apple founder Steve Jobs was half-White (German-American Catholic mother) and half-Syrian (Left-wing Muslim father). But you wouldn’t guess he was non-White if you didn’t know it from external data. Because he was adopted he was raised by White parents. (Well, it’s more complicated than that; his adoptive mother was Armenian-American.) “Jobs” is the surname of his adoptive parents. Jobs’ biological sister (same parents and race) is novelist and academic Mona Simpson.
I recently learned that GoPro (action camera maker) founder Nick Woodman, who I formerly called White, is actually half-White (father) and half-Mestizo (mother). And I’d seen interviews with him before calling him White.
Jobs and Woodman illustrate another way in which racial lines have become blurred. Numerous non-biological factors that otherwise subconsciously cue our perception of difference are now homogenized: religion, hair style, clothing, foreign language or English spoken with a pronounced accent, and other subtle cultural attributes have in many cases disappeared; “Americanization” has taken place. Jobs, for example, was raised in a White culture, and reflected its attributes in terms of clothing, language, etc.
One could come up with many other examples, including people who are less than half-colored: White mixes with various proportions (half, quarter, one-eighth) of East Asians, West Asians, Mestizos, Amerindians, and others. Perhaps most important historically has been Jews and part-Jews who can be mistaken for White; moreover, enormous Jewish gene flow into the White race has occurred over centuries and millennia. I am convinced this has been extremely deleterious.
The point is, not everything is Black and White, and it is a mistake to become trapped in that single simplistic social construct. There is a lot more to our problem. Let Jews and conformists harp on that particular difference all they want to, but don’t let it control your thinking.
In the first example below, note the Jewish-slanted (because Jews are socially dominant and in control) pairing of the couple’s parents: White mothers with Black fathers. This was virtually unheard of when Whites were free, and proves that we are subjugated. Previously, interracial mixing occurred between White men and Black women (because Whites were the dominant race). Moreover, White society had social controls in place to insure that interracial gene flow was deflected away from the White gene pool. The mixed-race children were not classified or accepted as White. That is decidedly not the case today.
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EXAMPLE 1 (twins):
Twin sisters appear to be two different races
ONE COUPLE got the surprise of their lives when their two twin daughters were born — with completely different skin colors. Kylie Hodgson and Remi Horder were young and in love when they found out Kylie was pregnant. Both of them are mixed race, with white mothers and black fathers. When delivering, the first daughter born, Remee, was blonde and fair-skinned. The second, Kian, born a minute later, was black with dark hair. The miracle occurred due to two different eggs being fertilized, with each egg inheriting different genes. [I.e., they are fraternal, not identical, twins.] “I’ll explain it all to them when they get older about why they look so different,” says Kylie.
EXAMPLE 2 (twins):
Jasmin and Alicia
A GERMAN MAN and a Jamaican-English woman gave birth to a pair of twins in 2006. While Alicia’s skin is dark and her hair is black, Jasmin’s skin is fair and her hair is blonde. A genetic expert explained that this happened because the mother’s genes which determine what the skin color of her babies will be, were mixed.
EXAMPLE 3 (twins):
Tuen and Koen Stuart
A LAB mix-up gave one family twin boys that have different fathers, and the same mother. Willem and Wilma Stuart gave birth to two boys in the Netherlands after undergoing fertility treatments to conceive. After birth, the differences were apparent to anyone who looked at the children — one was black and one was white. While the cause of the mix-up was never released, the speculation is that the Dutch lab used a pipette — essentially a large eyedropper — twice, mixing Willem’s sperm with another man’s. The family has always explained to Koen, one of their sons, that he has two dads — one biological, and one who is the real dad [say what?].
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