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"tree of life"Scientists believe that they can trace all modern humans to a single ancestor who gave birth to a new form of human--Homo Sapiens. Assuming that's true and assuming that this one ancestor had a genetic mutation that made her different from the others around her, would those others have recognized this mother of modern humans as being different from the rest of them? And, if they did notice that she was different would they have been bright enough to realize that she and her children were their replacements?

The answer to both questions is probably no. Mutations are generally very small things. That's the way nature works with genes and genetic variations--extremely small changes that are difficult to see often result in major differences as we travel through the spirals of time. After all, as most people know, humans and chimps are about 98. 4 percent the same genetically, yet this approximate 1.6% difference makes us very different creatures. In other words, a small 1.6 percent difference is really a major difference. The mother of modern humans may have been, say, 99.999999 percent the same as those around her, so she'd probably not have been seen as being different. Yet, even that difference was major.

What would have happened back when the split occurred between apes and humans if those with that first mutation that led to modern humans blended back in with those without the mutation? Right. I wouldn't be writing these words and you wouldn't be able to read them even if they were written. We'd be swinging from trees.

So, one wonders, could there be a person walking around today who future scientists will recognize as the mother or father of a new species? If so, where might such a person be living? Is he or she your neighbor? Maybe the woman on the bus? Maybe your kid's teacher? And, what mutation might such a person be carrying that would give an advantage to his or her children over other children so that they prosper and become the new species that replaces Homo Sapiens? Would this person even know that he or she is different?

We probably can't correctly answer those questions because there are just too many variables that we can't factor in. Suppose, to take a simple example, that AIDS infects the whole planet and kills off most people. Most of the ones who survive will probably have a mutation in their genes that makes them immune from the AIDS virus. One of them might then be the father or mother of the new species. Future scientists would probably then date all humans, living in their modern age, from a person who had the safe from AIDS mutation. Scientists know that such AIDS resistant people do exist. But, what if AIDS is conquered? People with the safe from AIDS mutation probably wouldn't have any leg up on other humans and one of them probably would not be the father or mother of the new species. You can go along in this way with all sorts of diseases and natural or man made disasters, but since we can't foretell the future, we can't anticipate which mutations might give an advantage to humans to survive. Luck also enters into the equation. What if some disaster wiped out, say, most of China or Europe or Africa but left people in other places untouched? Would there be enough Chinese or European or African genes left in the world, as a percentage of the genes that did survive, to allow the future to have people with Chinese, European or African characteristics, or would the few remaining carriers of these genes mate with people with other genes and be genetically assimilated?

These are not just academic questions.

Dingo pupsConsider, now, the Dingo as it relates to distinct peoples and the modern world. Nature abounds with similar stories, but my guess is that most people who read such stories don't make the connection between the extinction of so-called lower animals and human extinction.

In "Does Extinction Loom for Australia's Wild Dingoes," appearing in the December 10, National Geographic News, author John Roach writes that "Wild populations of Australian dingoes may go extinct within 50 years unless steps are taken to prevent crossbreeding with domestic dogs, scientists and conservationists say."

Many aware whites have written similar things about human crossbreeding and how this is leading to the extinction of various distinct peoples and especially, in our age, to the extinction of whites. For their trouble, and even though they are right, they are often called names. Let's hope they are not intimidated by the white haters and that they keep writing and speaking out in a variety of ways about this.

According to the article, genetic evidence suggests that Australian dingoes are the descendents of dogs that may have arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago from Indonesia and they may all be descended from a single pregnant female. In other words, being isolated from other dogs was leading the dingoes down the road to being a new species. In this regard, it is well to remember that in defining a species, scientists rely heavily on whether an animal can mate with similar animals and produce fertile offspring. If they can, they are considered to be of the same species. If they can't, they are considered to be of different species.

It is clear that in this particular case relating to dingoes, that 5,000 years was not enough time to create a new species incapable of bearing fertile crossbreeds after mating with other dogs. Therein lies their problem, and ours.

Alan Wilton, a senior lecturer in genetics in Sydney, describes, in the same article, the situation this way: "The process (of crossbreeding) is continual and insidious. It is like dropping some ink into a bucket of clean water. It will spread until all you have is murky water."


That's also the way it works with humans, but don't expect many genetic scientists to tell you that. Most are too busy trying to convince you that race doesn't exist and that we should all jump in bed together and breed ourselves away. And, dear reader, breed is to dogs, what race is to humans. Breed exists. Race exists.

So, how can the dingoes be saved from their own soft genocide of cross breeding? You guessed it. Wilton says that pure dingo populations need to be isolated.

Right, again. Same thing with humans.

Meanwhile, while some scientists are wiping out populations of Killer Bees by mating them with other types of bees, others are killing off fruit flies by releasing sterile fruit flies into the population so the mating instinct plays out but offspring don't result.

On the human front, while white birthrates are falling in Europe, the number of non-whites moving there is increasing. At the same time, whites all over the planet are being encouraged to mate with other races while birth control, homosexuality and abortions continue to be all the rage.

And, out in Kansas or Maine or some other state or maybe in Germany or France or some other nation, a white woman who has the potential to be the mother of all future white people has just come from the drug store with her new birth control pills. Or, maybe, over in Iraq, as you are reading this, a young soldier who has the potential to be the father of all future white people is about to be blown to bits by a bomb.

Just like that, all over the globe, in a variety of ways, trillions and trillions of the sacred eggs and sacred seeds of our people are gone--never to bear fruit. In the blink of an eye the future is changed and our extinction is made more likely.

What lessons for our survival can we draw from nature and the dingo? First, we must breed only with our kind. Second, we must breed profusely. Third, we must be isolated from those who can crossbreed with us.

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