Monday, 19 September 2011

Nazi Race Science 2011

Buried within a recent Spiegel article posing as a breakthrough in modern science techniques, some dark race views can be found.

In Nazi race science, the views of evolution were scorned. The main element of this was the idea that humans derived from two entirely separate species, rather than the evolution of one.
This separation, fed the German superiority beliefs so that 'ethnic-Germans' were derived from a higher species, the modern human; and Russians, eastern-europeans, Jews, Roma, Afro-Carribeans, and anyone else Germans felt superior to, belonged to the "Untermenschen" or underclass, degenerate, sub-human, neanderthal group.

These views were the motivator and catalyst used for Eugenics and Genocide.

With that in mind, the article betrays the real views still held by various scientists in Germany; views celebrated and published in one of the most popular media entities in Germany...

"Paleoanthropologists have excavated the bones of some three dozen individuals... What's unique about their find is that the bones come from two different species of man. They indicate that modern man and Neanderthals once lived hardly a stone's throw away from each other."(Implying separation).

"This raises a number of questions: Did the two cousins live here at the same time? Did they interact? Did the two rivals have their first showdown for world domination right here in the Levant?"

"Last year's decoding of the Neanderthal's genetic makeup provided strong evidence in support of this thesis. Researchers working under Svante Pääbo, the director of the Department of Genetics at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, found that modern Eurasians inherited a small portion of their DNA sequence from Neanderthals . This suggests that the two species of man must have had sexual intercourse.(!)"

"What's more, the genetic researchers were also able to narrow down the timeframe of this momentous genetic intermingling. According to their findings, the intercourse took place between 65,000 and 90,000 years after modern man set foot on the Eurasian landmass, presumably on the eastern edge of the Mediterranean.

In particular, they are examining the fossil remains to see if there are traces of the interaction between the two species."

"Hublin, (hopes) to aid scientists in deciphering the enigmatic creature known as the Neanderthal."

"Max Planck researchers are conducting painstaking detective work to assemble a more and more precisely detailed picture of the Neanderthal.
The powerful, brightly colored canine of a member of the Neanderthal species is rotating on the monitor of Adeline Le Cabec. Its surface is furrowed with grooves and scratches. "That's the result of abrasion," the researcher explains."

"The fact that the chin juts out so prominently primarily results from the degeneration of the chewing apparatus.
With the Neanderthals this is all very different. They apparently ground their teeth more, but why? Did he chew on wood? Did he use animal skin to clean his teeth? Did he gnaw on bones?" (An obvious attempt to dehumanise the 'second species').

"To answer these questions, Le Cabec scanned more than 400 teeth as part of her doctoral dissertation. These images showed that the teeth -- and particularly the canines and incisors -- were much more firmly grounded in the jawbone than they are in modern humans. She took this as an indication that Neanderthals used these teeth to hold on to things more than modern humans do."

"Through a study of the equilibrium organ inside the cranial bone, Max Planck researchers also determined that modern humans and Neanderthals also moved in different ways. The way in which the semicircular canals in the inner ear are curved suggests that the Neanderthals plodded about in a more ponderous manner.
This hypothesis is supported by yet another finding scientists made in Leipzig: The sponge-like matrix inside the Neanderthal's shinbone has a different structure than that of his modern cousin. This confirmed the researchers' hypothesis that the Neanderthal was a good hiker, but not as good as modern man at sprinting or jumping." (The German Olympiad superman).

"Another, more significant, difference between the species became evident thanks to X-ray analysis: Neanderthals appear to have had a much quicker life cycle.
Researchers came to this conclusion by analyzing the teeth of both species. They can determine a child's age by analyzing the razor-thin layers of enamel. From this, it emerged that young Neanderthals mature and reach adulthood much more quickly -- between two and three years faster -- than modern humans.
A short childhood, an inability to run fast and teeth with a very strong grip: The more his team of researchers look, the more Hublin feels confirmed in his suspicion that the similarities between the two types of men have been exaggerated."

"In museums and textbooks, Hublin says, Neanderthals are mostly depicted as a sort of modern man. But Hublin advocates paying closer attention to the differences. For that reason he was bothered by the enthusiastic response given to the news that Neanderthal genes can be found in modern humans.

"People made a stirring love story out of it," he says. But he adds that history teaches that kidnapping and raping human women may have been the origin of this genetic merging." (Exactly the propaganda against Slavs and Poles by the Nazis).

"Hublin argues that many researchers paint an overly harmonious picture of the coexistence of these two rivals. He thinks it was probably modern man that spelled the end of the Neanderthals. But over time Hublin has realized that his opinion is far from popular. "Whenever I say anything like that in public," he says, "I am greeted by enraged protests.""

It should be remembered that currently, european media is supporting the view of German superiority via supposed 'banking superiority'. The views expressed in German media against the Greeks are coming from a racially-superior standpoint. This is dangerous, and history must not be ignored.
Germany has been supporting the expulsion of Roma from the Balkan states, whilst singling out all Roma,  refusing them entry into Germany. This has created a situation where Roma are stuck in transition camps on the borders of Germany.

Understanding the roots of the ethnic-German view, read our previous post Blood And Honour

Spiegel Article

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