"Brit-Am Now"-801
1. Presidents Johnson and Reagan were Identification Believers!
2. Review of New Books on British Ancestry
3. Question. Is Brit-Am Racialist?

1. Presidents Johnson and Reagan were Identification Believers!
Tribesman Remnanter Report no.75
(Benjamon Paul; Blegen, POB 694, Black River Falls,,
WI 54615, USA)
Says that both Presidents Ronald Reagan and Lyndon Johnson were aware
of the Lost Israelite Identity of their nation.

2. Review of New Books on British Ancestry
Sunday Nov 12 2006
Pedigree chums
By Clive Cookson


There is little truth to the popular view that the Angles and Saxons massacred and displaced England's indigenous Celtic population - an invasion classified in some modern texts as genocide. St Gildas, the 6th-century Celtic monk whose bloodcurdling tract on The Ruin of Britain was the original source of this view, turns out to have been an effective anti-Anglo-Saxon propagandist - but a very misleading historian.

Over the past million years the British climate has oscillated between glacial, with ice sheets extending as far south as the Thames valley, to subtropical, rather like north Africa today. At the same time the sea level has risen and fallen by hundreds of metres. For most of the time a broad land bridge connected Britain to the rest of Europe, so people with no boat-building skills could simply walk over from the continent, though geologists believe it became an island on more than one occasion before the last vestiges of land between Britain and France were finally submerged, about 7,000 years ago.

Or, as Sykes puts it, "overall the genetic structure of the Isles is stubbornly Celtic, if by that we mean people who were here before the Romans and who spoke a Celtic language."

The reality is that Celts have been resident here for far longer than that - and they originated not in central Europe but among the people who had taken refuge from the last ice age in the Iberian peninsular. As the climate improved, they moved northward up the coast of France and on to Ireland, western England, Wales and eventually Scotland.

Although these Celts from south-west Europe dominate Britain's ancestry, there is also a substantial but smaller contribution from people who came across the North Sea from north-west Europe and Scandinavia. As one would expect, most of their descendants live today on the eastern side of England and Scotland. But many of these non-Celtic immigrants, including some Saxons, were already here by the time of the Roman occupation; they did not all arrive during the so-called Dark Ages.

After genetics, linguistics provides the sharpest analytical tool in Blood of the Isles and particularly in The Origins of the British. Indeed one of Oppenheimer's most interesting arguments is his rejection of the conventional view that Anglo-Saxon invaders brought the English language over with them. He believes that its roots go back far further, to Scandinavian and Germanic people living in pre-Roman Britain.

His evidence includes the Norse influence on Old English before the Vikings came on the scene, the wide difference between its vocabulary and that of the West Germanic languages with which it has traditionally been associated, the unexplained diversity of Old English dialects, and statements by Roman authors about the strong links between the tribes of south-east England and their non-Celtic continental counterparts.

HOMO BRITANNICUS: The Incredible Story of Life in Britain
by Chris Stringer

BLOOD OF THE ISLES: Exploring the Genetic Roots of Our Tribal History
by Bryan Sykes

THE ORIGINS OF THE BRITISH: A Genetic Detective Story
by Stephen Oppenheimer

3. Question. Is Brit-Am Racialist?
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