Horrific: First Ever DNA Study Reveals Europeans Pushed Entire Lineages of Native Americans to Extinction

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  1. Well, once again the story how ‘Mericans are the good ones, and the rest of the planet are leaders of evil and destruction.. You should publish some texts and evidences about how many countries have been fuc*ed by Americans. Shitty imperialistic assholes screwed the rest of the world. The best example was the Iraq story. You know, we have some savages over there, 9/11 is their fold, they are a threat for America bla bla bla… They were a thread and North Korea is not a thread, even though the president announced they’ll launch a nuclear warhead on US ground. All those stories are pure manipulations. Only dumb and uneducated people believe in this..

    At the bottom line, it is sad that humanity is doomed to failure…

  2. futurism is not evolution and that’s the only error of the entire humanity… humans born in nature and their pigments are made of nature… future and futurism, the whole concept is wrong… the whole future vs an identity future… infinitely different

  3. this article and anubis comment are working together… sarcastic… global consciousness trap??? dont believe in evil or bad it doesn’t exist and nothing else in this planet is going to be extinct just the evil elite…

  4. While I agree that European settlers did some terrible things to the Native Population, the article above omitted an important key to this story: Small Pox. Europeans brought that disease and others like the flu and measles with them, killing some 90 percent of the Native American population between the time Columbus showed up and the Mayflower landed. These plagues, especially smallpox, something Native Americans had never seen because it came from living in close proximity to livestock, something farmers in Europe had been doing for thousands of years. There were between 20 million and 100 million people here before the plague, and the entire population of Europe was 70 million, so let’s face it, the settlers couldn’t have defeated the Native Americans without the diseases they brought with them, especially if the Vikings hadn’t been able to before them. So, I think this might have had something to do with the loss of all the DNA lineages we see now.

  5. Anonymous can you publish 50% good news natural and happy, please? it would equilibrate the moods of people… and include the sources in the ones you can.

  6. While European contact was indeed devastating, the data presented here are not sufficient to prove that all the extinctions were due to Europeans. There were at least 2 or 3 waves of colonization from Asia; it is possible that some groups died out on their own, or that later immigrants caused the extinction of some of the earlier ones.

  7. Disease contracted from Europeans is probably what wiped out 80-90% of the Native Americans, but this was not intentionally done by the Europeans. It was an accident of nature. If the Native Americans had been resistent, enormous numbers of them could have survived, and America would look very different today. Early white Americans certainly did wage war on the Native Americans, and this cannot be excused, but I don’t think white people should be blamed for accidentally transferring diseases on to the natives when they reached a new continent. This is the kind of stuff that happens in a world of germs and in itself it is nobody’s fault.

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