The latest in Fake News – and there is a heap of it – says that a DNA test has proven Elizabeth Warren’s Native American ancestry. If one reads past the headline, however, the article goes on to say that her DNA findings “suggest” Native American ancestry – a suggestion is not a convincing proof, so Trump owes her nothing. And the speculation is rather weak, bottoming out at a possible 1/512 gene share. Besides, the timing of the announcement, just before the November elections, must also be considered suspect.

I am not persuaded that all DNA test results are on the up-and-up. In today’s PC world, when government funding drives much research, and drives politically correct research in particular, DNA ancestry test results must be looked at with skepticism. Apparently, it is standard fare to include speculative results, alongside the hard data. Thus, many of solid European descent are led to believe that they have African, Asian, or other Third World ancestry, even though there is no conclusive proof. And vice versa, all those of African or Asian descent would be made to believe that they have Scandinavian, or other European origins. The latest rage in DNA testing even pushes Neanderthal ancestry. The chance of any modern human having Neanderthal ancestry seems remote, if we give serious consideration to Danny Vendramini’s theory that Neanderthals were incompatible with homo sapiens and even saw them as a food source, and moreover, that both groups were committed to completely annihilating each other, in a contest that homo sapiens narrowly won. But modern DNA science appears to be part of the decades-long effort to advance the Out-of-Africa Theory of Evolution, the notion that all mankind is descended from black Africans, who migrated out of East Africa about 100,000 years ago. Prior to this, most anthropologists accepted the concept of multi-polar human evolution. However, this hypothesis, while not disproven, was forcibly stamped out in the Soviet Union, and later exiled from academia in the West. Vladimir Avdeyev, a Russian researcher, discusses this in detail in his work, RACIOLOGY, a book which treats the topic of the development of racial studies over the centuries and millennia.

But it would seem that modern geneticists are as eager to push the Out of Africa Theory, as Classical World scholars and elites, and later the Church, were eager to push the Earth-Centered Theory of the Universe. And just as those who opposed the Earth-Centered Theory risked suffering the wrath of the Classical World Establishment, so too, do modern scientists who challenge the Out of Africa Theory, risk the wrath of the Western Elite. The question is, shall knowledge again suffer for 1,500 years, as a PC Elite-Science alliance combines to commit academic fraud, or will rational thought prevail before then?

Patrick Cloutier

Mr. Cloutier is the author of THREE KINGS: AXIS ROYAL ARMIES ON THE RUSSIAN FRONT 1941. He is also the translator of RACIOLOGY.