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I always assumed that he was descended from donkeys.

'In Blow for British White Nationalists, Their Ancestor was Black

Cutting-edge DNA analysis of the oldest complete skeleton found in Britain has revealed that the
first modern humans living on the territory had “dark to black skin.”

Tom Booth, an archaeologist at the Natural History Museum who collaborated on the groundbreaking
project, said: “It really shows up that these imaginary racial categories that we have are really
very modern constructions, or very recent constructions, that really are not applicable to the past
at all.”

The DNA analysis was conducted on a complete fossil dubbed, Cheddar Man. Unearthed over a century
ago in Gough’s Cave in Somerset, Cheddar Man is believed to have lived in what is now called
Britain some 10,000 years ago.

Cheddar Man’s origin and appearance garnered growing speculation among scientists because his
presence in Britain came shortly after the first people in the country traversed the English Channel
from mainland Europe at the end of the last ice age, according to The Guardian.

The connection often made between Britishness and whiteness was “not an immutable truth,” said
Yoan Diekmann, a computational biologist at the University College London who also worked on the
fossil analysis project. He emphasized that the modern-day racial reality of Britain (and the
European continent) is not set in stone.

“It has always changed and will change,” he emphasized.

Just last month, researchers concluded, after having discovered human remains in Israel, that people
trekked out of Africa almost 200,000 years ago, twice as early as originally thought.

“What Misliya (the name given to the remains by researchers) tells us is that modern humans left
Africa not 100,000 years ago, but 200,000 years ago,” Prof. Israel Hershkovitz, who led the work
at Tel Aviv University, said, according to The Guardian. “This is a revolution in the way we
understand the evolution of our own species.”
Bonus video added by Informed Comment: Cheddar Man: DNA shows early Briton had dark skin – BBC

It gets worse:

 'Mixed in with Queen Elizabeth’s blue blood is the blood of the Moslem prophet Mohammed,
according to Burke’s Peerage, the geneological guide to royalty. The relation came out when Harold
B. Brooks-Baker, publishing director of Burke’s, wrote Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to ask for
better security for the royal family. ”The royal family’s direct descent from the prophet
Mohammed cannot be relied upon to protect the royal family forever from Moslem terrorists,” he
said.. Probably realizing the connection would be a surprise to many, he added, ”It is little
known by the British people that the blood of Mohammed flows in the veins of the queen. However, all
Moslem religious leaders are proud of this fact.”

Brooks-Baker said the British royal family is descended from Mohammed through the Arab kings of
Seville, who once ruled Spain. By marriage, their blood passed to the European kings of Portugal and
Castille, and through them to England’s 15th century King Edward IV.'