Dr. Patrick Slattery talks to Professor Kevin MacDonald about the latest findings of population genetics and their implications for Europeans
Dr. Slattery and Professor Kevin MacDonald discuss recent DNA research into the origins of the European people. The European people have roots in at least three distinct populations: Ice Age hunter gatherers, neolithic farmers, and Indo-European pastoralists. These populations contributed genes that evolved in their own environments and made Europeans the unique expression of humanity that they are today. The also debunk the myth that there is no such thing as race, explaining that Jewish domination of academia has effectively prevented that most fundamental aspect of biology — evolution — from even being applied to development over the past 60,000 years.