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One thing to take notice of if you ever study both geography and biology, is how just how far apart the places of origination for the separate races really are.

Different races were not spawned from the same environment, they developed radically differently according to their territory. For instance, the dry, waterless plains of North Africa make for an ideal habitat for the indigenous Nubian people. They roamed in tribes across the Sahara desert to set up camp across the dunes, the upper part of their continent. They had evolved no cause to construct, unlike the demographic who later conquered the lands, the Egyptians from West Asia. As the Arabs and Nubians interacted, they realized they weren’t at all the same, and not just in appearances. The Egyptians enslaved the Nubians and constructed pyramids upon the northern section of Nubia, expanding their culture into Sudan and dealing with African merchants.

This was a system of economic empowerment for the Arabs, but not for the indigenous Nubians. The people of Nubia, once the predominant ethnicity of their region, were reduced to minorities, made inferior in their own homeland and enslaved to the Pharaohs. As Fatin Abbas wrote:

They explicitly defined themselves as Nubian as opposed to Egyptian writers and set their literary tradition in opposition to the Egyptian literary canon (Uddūl 31). Post-dam writers were deeply conditioned by the experiences of marginalization and racism prompted by their displacement, as many Nubians migrating north to find work confronted discrimination and bigotry firsthand. In this regard not only nationalism, but issues of race and racism are central to their writing.

This primordial variation of the proletariat had lower living standards than that of the foreign Egyptians, were treated poorly by the pharaohs, and, eventually, weren’t even classified as "real Egyptians". In this same period, they weren’t recognized as Sudanese either, due to their widespread association with the architecture and labor concentration of Egypt.

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With giant blocks of brick, stone, and dehydrated sand lifted upon their shoulders, they made their way up the long, steep planks of the pyramids. Whipped by their superiors, slave owners, they toiled, unable to resist the power of authority. These were the Afro-Asiatic people living under the spear of Arabs, having originated in Sudan and Southern Egypt, overtaken by a more civilizational, advanced group of people. It remains to be said that ancient Egypt may not tick the box for standards of “civilization”, as none of its earliest architecture and constructions reflect purposes of progress, rather only glory-bent monuments for their commanding chiefs to narcissistically marvel at.

Despite both being people sprung from the Nile, the two ethnic groups -the Nubians and Egyptians- got along quite horribly. That doesn’t mean that the two didn’t interlock like puzzle pieces. The reason for this is because the culture of Sudan and Egypt reflected a disdain for the archaic cultures of the Sub-Sahara, with Ethiopia being the only Sub-Saharan nation on the continent to create its own civilization. Egypt was built upon flattery, and deliberately starved its own people to achieve self-aggrandizing structural progress. In the modern age, you can build all the skyscrapers you want but unless they serve a purpose -such as population storage or economic benefits- then they’re of no use to anyone and are instead a waste of money and a product of cruel wage labor.

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During the times of ancient Egypt and Sudan, interaction within the Mediterranean Sea between the old civilizations of Greece, Rome, and Turkey was prevalent in cultural development. Southern European influence played key roles in progress made in science, literature, art, and linguistic attainment. The Egyptians realized that a nation where nobody speaks the same language can never truly function (take note, South Africa). This helped create a wider distance from the pure black cultures across southern North Africa, with the region’s demography also changing; Arabs now interbreeding with Nubians and Europeans. At the time, they struck success from their intermingling blood with the indigenous Mediterranean people of Turkey, but were later at dismay to discover quite the reverse with that of the black-headed peoples of Ethiopia, Somalia, and Eritrea. Of course, no miscegenation landed universally positive results, yet they perceived marriages between the brown-skinned swordsman of their own country to be beneficial with that of women of light, their facial features, hair and eye colors, to be a good predictor of upward social mobility. It did, as the outcome shall be told of, increase rates of civilizational progress, with the full-blooded Arab Egyptians viewing these encounters as improving their reputation as a culture. Traders, dealers, and tourists from Greece flocking into Egypt as though it were a colony of the Mediterranean state hanging at the southern tip of Europe. Egypt and Sudan were never anywhere close to development standards of the West, neither were Namibia and South Africa, but they did yield similarities as cultural appropriation from Western cultures became more and more prevalent, long before any Old World colonialism took place.

Although there were a sudden boom of progress occurring within Egypt due to its practices of intermingling genes, none of the monuments and stone facilities it made, were to any value of the people, only their selfish private owners. Miscegenation between Arabs, Africans, and Europeans -an evil act- created a series of depressive mixed-race diseases, illnesses, and sicknesses, along with a lowering of average health. As the indigenous blood was soured by links between genomes forming to comprise genetically divided entities across North Africa and West Asia, levels of depression and sadness rose drastically, with social relations between the various racial groups of Egypt worsening. Happiness was sacrificed for productivity, and with an erosion of biological identity, the only people who gained from the horrific situation were that of the racially pure, yet ill-hearted capitalists. This were a blatant example of profit over people, an exploitation of their labor to maximize the joy experienced by the few at the expense of the many. The mixed-race Egyptians were disliked by everyone, including themselves, having no identity to call their own, just a combination of genes which from the start should not have been clustered together.

Ancient Egypt was constructed entirely upon hierarchy, people owning one another and keeping them in cages, forcing them to work for those who were actually able to feed themselves, the vast majority of the country’s population going impoverished. Water was only reserved for the wealthiest on the financial pyramid, with large quantities of Egyptians perishing due to sweeping droughts. No one was happy. They were interbred, miserable, and seeking racial and social homogeneity in a state disinterested in ethnocentrism. At the time, Egypt found herself in such close arms to Greece, Rome, and Turkey, she never expected they’d evolve, and in order to keep up with them, Egypt would have to sacrifice entirely her gene pool to the Europeans, essentially becoming racially European -white inhabitants of Egypt- in order to thrive. As we all know from history, that didn’t happen even under the satrap of Ptolemy and the later annexation into the Roman Empire. Yet an abysmal legacy of race-mixing and racial discrimination has been left behind to torture Egypt’s present.

Prior to the Neolithic period, prehistoric Sudan and Egypt went their own separate ways, walked down their own paths in life, and the two main populations - the Nubians and Egyptians - got along just fine with their own flesh and blood.

There’s no love in hierarchy, diversity, and mixed populations. They are inherently unhealthy, inorganic, and altogether appalling inventions of an authoritarian revolt against the roots of nature, homogeneity, ethnocentrism, and a shared love of one’s own people. Ethnocentrism is the desire for a certain group of people to form their own nation based upon preservation of their ancestry, and to take pride in their genes, allowing for them to express their unique and creative characteristics, personalities, physical appearances, societal contributions, and native tongues.

As with miscegenation in North Africa, as with miscegenation in Latin America, with the destruction of once beautiful nations such as Brazil -once New World circumpolar, than European, and now a crime and violence-wracked de-facto apartheid state torn between different peoples- so will follow the United States. Canada has already fallen to depravity, the cycle of pain inflicted upon children who couldn’t consent to their birth-attained malfunctional genetic state will only continue, escalating, to the point where no values of any variety can be preserved for any group of people, anywhere.

Without love, a society will become the Brazil, the Canada, the US, the Australia, the New Zealand, the South Africa, the ancient Sudan and Egypt, of its time. It will fail as no more than the disappointment it was expected to be from the very start.

Nationalism is the cure for that, particularly ethno-nationalism.

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