The Voice of the White House
Washington, D.C. February 12, 2016: ”ActressMeryl Streep proclaiming that ‘we all came from Africa originally,’ is wrong.
The so-called Neanderthal man did indeed originate in Africa and slowly spread to what is now Europe. However, the Neanderthal was of limited intellect, low of forehead and was eventually run out of business by the so-called Cro Magnon.
The Cro-Magnon appeared about 35,000 years ago, at the mouth of the Volga River just above the Black Sea. He did not evolve in Africa, was white, had reddish blonde hair, blue eyes and was both intelligent and creative. He tamed the wild horse and slowly moved up into the Europe until he covered most of that area.
With the last glacial age, the Cro-Magnon adapted to the harsh climate and the Neanderthal did not.
No one knows where the Cro-Magnon people, who later were called Celtic, developed.
There is no trace of him anywhere prior to 35,000 years ago while the Neanderthal descended from Lucy the Chimpanzee.
There is an idealistic theory that all mankind came from the same source, in Africa, but this is sociological wishful thinking.
I call this the ‘Kumbaya’ club and we see manifestations of it daily on the idiotic social media and other public forums.
And to this we hear the shrill bleatings of the Evangilical Christians whose grasp of history is as dim as their intellects.
The discovery of the humaniod Flores man has them in an uproar because, like the members of the Kumbaya club, they frantically want to believe that God created all of humanity equal and at the same time.
This is nothing but wishful thinking on the part of our society that daily contends with massive inferiority complexes and seeks to reduce everyone to a common denominator.
I suppose that’s why we have the Special Olympics.
A Mongoloid idiot in the White House?
A hairlip screeching their lines in a motion picture production?
How about a club-footed Senegambian hunchback becoming a model for women’s wear?
If Ms Streep feels she came from Africa, perhaps she ought to return to her origins, don a grass skirt, put a bone in her nose and run and hide from Simba the Lion.” Continue Reading »