All Non-Africans are Neanderthals


It’s actually an insult to the Monkeys/Apes to compare these Caucasians/Eurasians ‘Mutant Savages’ whatever you want to call them other than not (“Human” i.e. Afrikan) to these Primate species. But these Non-African species does resemble them a great deal alot, as I continue to come across these type of photos in my research and find this out.

This is why I don’t have a problem with calling them my word I coined for myself sometime ago “Artificial Humans.” These same species ‘Eurasians’ (Europe/Asia; i.e. EurAsia or Caucasians i.e. Caucasus Mountains/Caves) have been proven to have “Neanderthal ancestry” so that right there speaks for itself.

Neanderthal Findings

“Because Neanderthals lived in a land of abundant limestone caves, which preserve bones well, and where there has been a long history of prehistoric research, they are better known than any other archaic human group. Consequently, they have become the archetypal “cavemen.” The name Neanderthal (or Neandertal) derives from the Neander Valley near Düsseldorf, Germany, where quarrymen unearthed portions of a human skeleton from a cave in 1856.”

“A team of scientists comparing the full genomes of the two species concluded that most Europeans and Asians have between 1 to 4 percent Neanderthal DNA. Indigenous sub-Saharan Africans have no Neanderthal DNA because their ancestors did not migrate through Eurasia.”

“Remnants of Neanderthal DNA in modern humans are associated with genes affecting type 2 diabetes, Crohn’s disease, lupus, biliary cirrhosis, and smoking behavior. They also concentrate in genes that influence skin and hair characteristics. At the same time, Neanderthal DNA is conspicuously low in regions of the X chromosome and testes-specific genes.”

“The team showed that the areas with reduced Neanderthal ancestry tend to cluster in two parts of our genomes: genes that are most active in the male germline (the testes) and genes on the X chromosome. This pattern has been linked in many animals to a phenomenon known as hybrid infertility, where the offspring of a male from one subspecies and a female from another have low or no fertility.”

The team also measured how Neanderthal DNA present in human genomes today affects keratin production and disease risk.

“Neanderthal ancestry is increased in genes affecting keratin filaments. This fibrous protein lends toughness to skin, hair, and nails and can be beneficial in colder environments by providing thicker insulation, said Reich. “It’s tempting to think that Neanderthals were already adapted to the non-African environment and provided this genetic benefit to humans,” he speculated.

The researchers also showed that nine previously identified human genetic variants known to be associated with specific traits likely came from Neanderthals. These variants affect diseases related to immune function and also some behaviors, such as the ability to stop smoking. The team expects that more variants will be found to have Neanderthal origins.” 29, 2014)

Possible African Origin of Y-Chromosome R1*-M173

“The greatest diversity of haplogroup R is found in Africa not Asia (see Figure 1). The distribution of haplogroup R in Africa increases moving from east to west.The Eurasian form of haplogroup R, include R1a(SRY1532) and R1b (M269). Haplogroup R1-M173 isancestral to R-P25 (xM269) and other Eurasian downstream lineages. In Asia the frequency of haplotype M173 is as follows: Anatolia 0.19%, Iran 2.67%, Iraq0.49% Oman 1.0%, Pakistan 0.57% and Oman 1.0%(Abu-Amero et al , 2009). This contrast sharply with the widespread distribution of R1*-M173 in Africa, that ranges between 7-95% and averages 39% (Coia et al ,2005); but no trace of Eurasiatic maternal lineages in West Central Africa.”

Some additional information:

The Neanderthal DNA inherited by modern Europeans and Asians has wide-ranging clinical consequences, from mental illness to blood disorders and skin disease, according to a genetic analysis of health records.

Between 1.5 and 4 per cent of the genome of today’s Eurasians — but not Africans — comes from the Neanderthals with whom our ancestors interbred about 50,000 years ago.” (Neanderthal DNA linked to disease in humans)


I also would like to point out as well, we as Afrikan people need to stop trying to compare ourselves to these “Artificial Humans.” (Non-Afrikan people). Because we’re not them and they’re not us. That has been proven not only in science that we’re different from Non-Afrikan people, but through nature itself we’re different from Non-Afrikans. (Su ne Anim: Race and Identity in Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Cosmology) (ONIPA: The Creation of the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Human Being)


Troglodyte~ a cave dweller or brutal character.


Note: I also would like to point out there’s nothing ‘Prehistoric’ about Non-African people too as points out in one of the ‘troglodyte’ definitions. They would have had to actually be living on this planet far more longer in order to be called anything ‘Pre’ meaning first or original, the only people who can lay claim to that is us as Afrikan people ‘the first people’ on this earth and truly the only indigenous people of this earth everywhere we migrated to outside of Afrika.

Neanderthal (adj.) Look up Neanderthal at
1861, in reference to a type of extinct hominid, from German Neanderthal “Neander Valley,” name of a gorge near Düsseldorf where humanoid fossils were identified in 1856. The place name is from the Graecized form of Joachim Neumann (literally “new man,” Greek *neo-ander), 1650-1680, German pastor, poet and hymn-writer, who made this a favorite spot in the 1670s. Adopting a classical form of one’s surname was a common practice among educated Germans in this era. As a noun, by 1915; as a type of a big, brutish, stupid person from 1926. original Neanderthal skeleton from the Neander Valley) (All Non-Africans Part Neanderthal, Genetics Confirm, JUL 18,

At least 20% of Neanderthal DNA Is in Humans (All Non Africans Today Are Part Neanderthal) (Black People Are The Only 100% PURE HUMANS) (When Neanderthals and Modern Humans Meet)

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