23 December, 2014

Anthropology’s Obsession with African Origins

Posted by Socrates in Africa, anthropology, Boas, Boasian Jews, Cultural Marxism, egalitarianism, jewed culture, Jewed science, Jewish 'science', Socrates at 3:20 pm | Permanent Link

by Austen Layard. (This article is from January 2014, but I had not seen it until now).


“The evidence for significant cultural advancements in Europe earlier than anywhere else in the world is largely ignored by scholars and the public alike, because it does not fit the politically-motivated idea that humanity was an African invention and that the human brain was born there, after which it has remained fixed and resistant to all effects of evolution.”


  • 3 Responses to “Anthropology’s Obsession with African Origins”

    1. fd Says:

      Racist anthropologist Carleton Steven Coon made a strong effort that anthropologists should focus their studies on Europe oppose to aborigines in far away places. He said that differences between human populations are due to race/dna not environment. Boas went in the opposite direction.

      Jews have mostly written Professor Carleton Steven Coon out of the history books.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      Excellent article! I read the whole thing twice. Very well argued and researched. The tyranny of the Social Marxists over Academe must end. They have been exposed to the light of day and are cringing from it, like the truth-hating vampires they are.

    3. Jürgen Says:

      Very interesting article thus far –

      plan to thoroughly research this.