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Originally posted by wakeupcall1111
He is only 6.25% black, 43.75% Arab and 50% Caucasian.
Before settling down to work as a cook for missionaries in Nairobi he was a traveler. Recruited to fight for colonial power England in World War I, he visited Europe and India, and afterward lived for a time in Zanzibar, where he converted from Christianity to Islam, family members said.
If elected, he will be our first Arab president! Kinda puts a different spin on it, don't ya think?
Blessings and truth to you!
Originally posted by OhZone
Jefferson had red hair.
Originally posted by Rockpuck
Hmm .. false.
It appears to be a researcher desperately trying to give credit to blacks.
For instance, stating that Jefferson was actually of mixed heritage, even though he had pale skin and red hair.
He claims his mother was Irish and his father was black. However, males carry dominate genetic genes when interracially mixing .. it would be nearly impossible for Jefferson to have red hair OR pale skin if his mother had been white (Obama for instance is unmistakably black) ..
Lincoln was constantly challenged about his ethnicity, and was called by some of the media "Abraham Africanus I."
Also the racially charged attitude of America would have prevented any interracial man from being President. Under US Law any person of mixed blood was deemed to be black. It also would have been impossible for them to own slaves. And in no portrait of any of these men do they exhibit "black" characteristics...
Originally posted by unite_life
In fact the first president of the USA was a dark brown, African descendant! hallelujah! Check out this link to see what I am talking about.
Originally posted by windwaker
It's funny how one drop of "Black" in your ancestry makes you Black, regardless of how much "White" you have in you...and how do you take into account all of those "Native American" protons and neutrons that are floating around in the DNA? How do you reconcile that?
What a ridiculous post. We deserve to go down the toilet.