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During the 1950`s and 60`s, from my personal observation, it was socially acceptable for a white to be part Indian, as long as the Indian part was not so evident.
But at that point in time, at least in rural West Texas where I grew up, it was not socially acceptable for a white to be part Mexican, African, or Asian.
It now appears to be a genetic defect to be "only" all white.
As we walk and drive the streets of America, we see every possible racial combination - in reality and those in-the-making.
There are no wills, courthouse records, census', nor family Bibles.
But there is considerable evidence, none-the-less, to prove this assertion - one can spend years in the research, as I have done.
As the reader analyzes the subject, it will probably become evident that man`s law changes, depending on the individuals who currently rule and make the laws. It is the proven standard, the rulebook by which nations, a people, withstand the elements of time.
Because of their sinful ways, God Yahweh set the Assyrian nation against the people of the Bible, the nation of Israel, starting in 745BC.
In 721BC, the northern ten tribes in the nation of Israel, and most of the two tribes of the nation of Judah, were conquered and relocated south of the Black Sea.
Over time, most of this estimated fifteen million "Lost" Israel migrated north and northwest.
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