Saturday, July 20, 2019

The First Swedes

Swedish television channel SVT began promoting a new documentary. The documentary will look at DNA technology which has revealed more about how Sweden was populated after the Ice Age and detailing how the first pioneers in the country were dark-skinned with blue eyes and came from the south.
Just over 11,000 years ago, the first people began to settle in the country that would eventually become Sweden. According to the researchers, they were probably dark-skinned, but had blue eyes. They spread northward as the ice sheet retreated, and suddenly they collided with people coming from the other side, from present-day Russia. They had developed a mutation for light skin, which allowed them to form vitamin D in a dark climate. The groups were mixed almost immediately. The meeting was the first step towards what would be today’s Swedish population. Several thousand years later, about 6,000 years ago, the first farmers arrived in today’s Sweden from present-day Turkey and Syria, bringing with them the agricultural knowledge, pushing the original population farther north, SVT reported.
This has resulted in indignant rage and anger among the racist community who seek to deny any such a black heritage in their ancestral bloodlines

1 comment:

Matthew Culbert said...

It goes to show Race is bunkum. We are all Jock Tamson's bairns as the old Scottish saying goes.