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    Nat Quinn
    [Hitler was talking about the Aryans invading India a century ago. Indians nowadays try to deny it, but it is fact. The Caste system which the Indians have to this day, was created thousands of years ago by White, the Aryans!! It was the first and most successful form of Apartheid ever invented! Jan]
    Genetic Evidence for the Aryan Invasion of India

    The following article first appeared in Newsday, and then the San Francisco
    Chronicle in May 1999:http://www.dalitstan.org/holocaust/invasion/histgene.html

     San Francisco Chronicle, 26 May 1999

    History of Ancient Indian Conquest Told in Modern Genes, Experts Say

    Robert Cooke, Newsday

    Like an indelible signature enduring through a hundred generations, genes
    that entered India when conquering hordes swooped down from the north
    thousands of years ago are still there, and remain entrenched at the top
    of the caste system, scientists report. Analyses of the male Y chromosome,
    plus genes hidden in small cellular bodies called mitochondria, show that
    today’s genetic patterns agree with accounts of ancient Indo-European
    warriors’ conquering the Indian subcontinent.

    The invaders apparently shoved the local men aside, took their women and
    set up the rigid caste system that exists today. Their descendants are
    still the elite within Hindu society.


    Thus today’s genetic patterns, the researchers explained, vividly reflect
    a historic event, or events, that occurred 3,000 or 4,000 years ago. The
    gene patterns “are consistent with a historical scenario in which
    invading Caucasoids — primarily males — established the caste system and
    occupied the highest positions, placing the indigenous population, who
    were more similar to Asians, in lower caste positions.”

    The researchers, from the University of Utah and Andhra Pradesh University
    in India, used two sets of genes in their analyses.

    One set, from the mitochondria, are only passed maternally and can be used
    to track female inheritance. The other, on the male-determining Y
    chromosome, can only be passed along paternally and thus track male

    The data imply, then, “that there was a group of males with European
    affinities who were largely responsible for this invasion 3,000 or 4,000
    years ago,” said geneticist Lynn Jorde of the University of Utah.
    If women had accompanied the invaders, he said, the evidence should be
    seen in the mitochondrial genes, but it is not evident.

    According to geneticist Douglas Wallace of Emory University in Atlanta,
    the work reported by Jorde and his colleagues “is very interesting, and
    is certainly worth further study.”

    Along with Jorde, the research team included Michael Bamshad, W.S. Watkins
    and M.E. Dixon from Utah and B.B. Rao, B.V.R. Prasad and J.M. Naidu, from
    Andhra Pradesh University.


    By studying both sets of genetic markers, the research team found clear
    evidence echoing what is still seen socially, that women can be upwardly
    mobile, in terms of caste, if they marry higher-caste men. In contrast,
    men generally do not move higher, because women rarely marry men from
    lower castes, the researchers said.

    “Our expectations in this natural experiment are borne out when we look
    at the genes,” said Jorde. “It’s one of the few cases where we know the
    mating situation in a population for 150 generations. So it’s kind of a
    test for how well the genes reflect a population’s history.”

    The ancient story holds that invaders known as Indo-Europeans, or true
    Aryans, came from Eastern Europe or western Asia and conquered the Indian
    subcontinent. The people they subdued descended from the original
    inhabitants who had arrived far earlier from Africa and from other parts
    of Asia.

    During the genetic studies, in 1996 and 1997, researchers took blood
    samples from hundreds of people in southern India. The analyses compared
    the genes from 316 caste members and 330 members of tribal populations,
    looking for signs of Asian, European and African ancestry.

    In the mitochondrial genes passed along by females, Jorde said, they could
    see the clear background of Asian genes. “All of the caste groups were
    similar to Asians, the underlying population” that had originally been

    But, he added, “when we look at the Y chromosome DNA, we see a very
    different pattern. The lower castes are most similar to Asians, and the
    upper castes are more European than Asian.”

    Further, “when we look at the different components within the upper
    caste, the group with the greatest European similarity of all is the
    warrior class, the Kshatriya, who are still at the top of the Hindu
    castes, with the Brahmins,” Jorde said.

    “But the Brahmins, in terms of their Y chromosomes, are a little bit more

    So the genetic results are “consistent with historical accounts that
    women sometimes marry into higher caste, resulting in female gene flow
    between adjacent castes. In contrast, males seldom change castes, so Y
    chromosome” variation occurs only as a result of natural mutations, Jorde


    He added that even though India’s ancient caste system was abolished
    legally in the 1960s, it is still entrenched socially.

    “People are very well aware of their caste membership,” he said, noting
    that in some cities the housing is still arranged along caste lines. So
    “one might argue, unfortunately so, that it (the caste system) does exist
    in people’s minds.”

    In terms of who marries whom, the researchers described the Hindu caste
    system as “governing the mating practices of nearly one-sixth of the
    world’s population.”

    The blood samples taken from tribal people in southern India are still
    being analyzed, Jorde added.

    But so far, “the tribal populations are more similar to the lower castes
    than to anyone else, similar to the original residents of India,” he


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