The Out of Africa theory is described on Wikipedia as follows:
“H. sapiens most likely developed in the Horn of Africa between 300,000 and 200,000 years ago. The “recent African origin” model proposes that all modern non-African populations are substantially descended from populations of H. sapiens that left Africa after that time.”
Anyone with anyone respectable level of experience in the field of anthropology or genetics knows that the Out of Africa theory, as far as compherehensively explaining the origins of all humans, goes against the scientific evidence. The only reason then that I can think of that the Out of Africa theory still has so many academic proponents is that the fields of academia have become criticically politicized.
|Richard Dawkins, professional Atheist shitstirrer, with Jewish
TV leftist shitstirrer Bill Mayer.
The Out of Africa theory first became the prevailing theory of evolution within the scientific community around 2000. It is really very interesting that the Out of Africa theory, the idea that all races of the Earth are merely recent albino immigrants from Ethiopia, was written coinciding with the modern, very really outouring from Africa? I don’t think that can be seen as a coincidence. The pseudoscientific theory has become a primary weapon for in the justificiation of massive levels of Third World immigration into Europe and the left’s degradation of European cultural autonomy and distinction. It has become a favourite black supremacist tool.
Here are several pieces of evidence that debunk or at the very least highly discredit the Out of Africa theory:
1. Graecopithecus freybergi
The oldest remains of human ancestors were found in Greece and in Germany, which last time I checked wern’t in Africa, though you’d be forgiven for thinking it looking at the state of their large cities. The remains of the Hominin which is known as Graecopithecus freybergi are 7.2 million years old. So for humans, or particularly European humans, which of these is more likely? We evolved from the human ancestors found in Europe, or humans went out of Europe down to Africa, pratted around there for a few million years, turned black and then went back up into Europe again? The latter sounds a bit far fetched to me.
|Out of Africa proponents wouldn’t like this
French exhibit very much.
This is from the Wikipedia page on Graecopithecus:
“An examination of the detailed morphology of molar teeth from two fossils of G. freybergi published in 2017 suggests that it was a hominin, that is sharing ancestry with Homo but not with the chimpanzees (Pan). This would call into question the prevailing belief that pre-human hominids originated in Africa, though others are sceptical of the claims.”
And why are they skeptical of the claims? Because it means they’ll have to come up with another false justification of mass African immigration?
2. Ouranopithecus macedoniensis
Another hominin, known as Ouranopithecus macedoniensis, was also unearthed in Europe and is an ancestor of modern humans. There have been three finds of the hominin so far, all of which have been found in Northern Greece which, though starting to look more and more like Africa, isn’t Africa.
Ouranopithecus macedoniensis is approximately 8.7 million years old, 1.5 million years older than Graecopithecus freybergi.
3. Other unusual findings in Asia and Australia which contradict the theory
The earliest tools in the world, though we have no idea who made them yet, were found in Australia, which isn’t in Africa.
There were also developed and sophisticated pigmy people living in Java in Indonesia that were making tools as early as 400’000 years ago. Homo Floriensis was not related to Africans or to Homo Sapien remains of any kind. These “Hobbit people” died out fairly recently, around 12’000 years ago. If it was indeed a wave of sophisticated Africans that brought civilization to the world, how do Out of Africa proponents explain Homo Floriensis and if there were sophisticated humans living in Indonesia 400’000 years ago then why should we imagine they weren’t living elsewhere, like in Europe?
Nothing against African people, but the African supremacy pseudoscience has to end for the sake of all peoples of the Earth. Its time
to put the idea that Africans were the first civilized humans, the first humans at all, or leaps and bounds above European or Asian to bed once and for all.
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