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The origin of the term Caucasian and how whites stole the word from the indigenous Caucasian blacks I showed you including the black Georgian royalty who admits their ancestry is black.

So why do we call white people Caucasians? The term was popularized by the German scientist Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, who in 1795 divided the human species into five races: Caucasian, the “white” race; Mongolian, the “yellow” race; Malayan, the “brown” race; Ethiopian, the “black” race; and American, the “red” race.

He considered the Caucasians to be the first race on Earth, consistent with the common conception of the Caucasus as a place of human origin.

The Bible describes Noah landing his ark at a place called Mount Ararat, which was thought by Europeans of Blumenbach’s time to be on the modern Turkish-Armenian border. (Ararat is still the name of the largest mountain in Turkey.) In Greek mythology, Zeus chained Prometheus to a rock in the Caucasus.

Blumenbach considered the skulls of the Georgians to be the epitome of the white race, and he named the first class of humans after the country’s home in the Caucasus Mountains. Blumenbach’s class of Caucasians included most Europeans, Northern Africans, and Asians as far east as the Ganges Delta in modern India.

As more scientists pursued racial classification in the 1800s, they relied on Blumenbach’s nomenclature, cementing the region’s legacy in anthropology.

Americans still use the word Caucasian to mean “white” despite the fact that they haven’t always been synonyms in the eyes of the law.

In U.S. v. Bhagat Singh Thind (1923), the Supreme Court argued that although Asian Indians were technically Caucasian, they couldn’t be U.S. citizens because they weren’t “white.”

That decision was reversed with the Luce-Celler Act of 1946, which made naturalization legal among Filipinos and Indians.

There you have it, white people in the late 1700s and early 1800s thought the group who most epitomized the white race was a group of black west Asians in Georgia (not even in Europe) so they decided to steal their name and start calling themselves that.
After stealing our name, these whites then falsely claimed black Georgians (I already proved the elite consider themselves black or of black ancestry) to be the epitome of the white race.
They then went around and claimed anything, anywhere they found was Caucasian. This of course makes sense. If I start saying that modern day Germanic and/or Slavs epitomize the black race, then it becomes easy to prove all the nations of Europe today are black.
Whites can’t even accept who they are. They had to find the one black nation (or closest thing to it probably closer to mulatto at this point) in the region at that time (by this point Turko-Arabs and east European slaves and other Indo-European invaders had overrun Mediterranean north Africa) just so they could find a white civilization.

It is not enough to just deny this or call me Afrocentrist or claim I am having negro fantasies delusions of grandeur or inventing history, when the people writing often largely or mostly white and lived in a time when Western Euronuts tell us all blacks were slaves.
Euronuts must either admit that their own historians, antiquarians, classicist, painters, writers and so on are all liars (in which case no Euronuts should be believed) or admit that the ancient and medieval Europeans even up to the medieval period were of black origins and that Western Civilization was founded and ruled primarily by black people up until the late 1700s or so

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Isaiah Israel is a graduate of the University of Hawaii Pacific with a bachelors in Psychology and a deep love for history in which he believes that when you know the past you can understand the present and predict the future course of man and mankind and is the author of the best selling ebook The White Man's Burden Of Lies and Deceit.

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