We’re all just a bunch of mutts. Purity ideas are dead ideas.
But still, it’ll be fun to see the fights that happen as more and more people get genetic testing and start breaking off into their ancestry groups. Some will continue their Scot vs Irish battles, Some will fight Germany vs Hungary, North vs South France.
Once people start splintering the fractures will continue and we’ll have our Tartars before you know it. It’ll be fun.
Thing is: you won’t get your one big happy family race.
It’ll splinter further and further, fragmenting any romantic notions of idealistic unity you believe in and it’ll ultimately be a big fail. But, enjoy the attempt.
My point is: mixing’s done. Can’t turn your cake back into flour and eggs.
Breed out the impurities over generations? Maybe.
But my point is: Those whom you stand behind as brothers today, will be your future enemies in generations to come. Draw the lines. The lines draw further as genetics advances. Other inner family splits will occur among other lines as well.
Maybe that’s how it should be. I dunno. But it seems far too idealistic to be pragmatic.
There’s no pedigree left in humans. It’s gone.
I’ve seen charts. I suppose the case could be made to keep people in one network and where the lines are thin, cut them, move the people’s today around based upon the networks they belonged in.
But my point is: Now you have a network of loosely affiliated genetics, with enough diversity to avoid the cousin problem. Ok.
But will people be satisfied at that point? I don’t see how. You have to think beyond your “step 1″.
What you guys are describing is: India.
I happen to find Indian women generally very attractive. Perhaps I have a hot spot for my roots.
My whiteness as it is, is more of a defect than a benefit. My skin tone should be more coffee with creamer colored.
But an argument can be made for white heavy metal guitarists via genetic basis: Just look at this Sitar action!
I suppose one of my beefs with the whole concept though, is India/Pakistan. The Pakistani’s are caucasian like you and me.
Racially and genetically nearly identical.
But they split anyhow. That’s the future I see of the type of environmental determinism arguments I see, once you get beyond step 1.