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So My Dad Had His DNA Tested; And...


Nickidewbear 22 | 566
31 Jan 2019  #1
He is mad! As I told you all, we are Jews and not Slavs & Magyars like we tried to pass ourselves off to be. My dad's dad was Ashkenazi Levite (Dad found out that he has R-YP417, and he is pissed. He is still in denial about our heritage, and R-YP417 falls under the L1029-RM458 Y-DNA group. So, he is really mad that part of what he tried to use to deny our heritage didn't work to help him deny it; and I pointed out to him that: sites.google.com/site/levitedna/y-dna-haplogroups-of-ashkenazi-jews/ashkenazi-y-dna-haplogroup-r1a -> R-YP417 can be Ashkenazi Levite.
Nathans
31 Jan 2019  #2
Me thought he should be mad that his DNA is now recorded and used by corporations in their 'research.' Did they pay him anything for providing his genetic material?
jon357 64 | 14,382
31 Jan 2019  #3
he is pissed.

Was he celebrating a bit to much on the sauce?
johnny reb 16 | 3,465
31 Jan 2019  #4
Me thought he should be mad that his DNA is now recorded

It is just another anti-privacy tool for the New World Order.
Once you get it done your whole family is recorded thanks to you.
Who gives a flying F where you came from after three generations.
delphiandomine 85 | 17,823
31 Jan 2019  #5
we are Jews

You're still not, no matter how much research you do into random Lithuanian farmers.

"Can be" is not proof of anything.
jon357 64 | 14,382
31 Jan 2019  #6
Seriously, these DNA tests seem interesting if someone wants to know the journey of their evolution.

Worth remembering that they're not complete; we don't have the DNA of all our ancestors, even when we look 5 generations back, not all their DNA has been passed on.

I'm pleased, Nicki, that you've found something out, whether or not it's accurate. Just remember that the really important thing is who you are now, not who your great-great-granny was.
Intermarium 11 | 64
31 Jan 2019  #7
I wouldn't worry about it. These DNA testing companies have been caught and admitted to deliberately falsifying the ethnic information of white people to make "racists" think they're not white. Don't waste your money on these products.

infowars.com/dna-testing-companies-admit-tampering-white-profiles-to-screw-with-racists/
jon357 64 | 14,382
31 Jan 2019  #8
infowars

That's Alex Jones. He makes stuff up...

And Nicki certainly isn't worried; she is pleased with the result.
delphiandomine 85 | 17,823
31 Jan 2019  #9
That's Alex Jones. He makes stuff up...

Did someone just seriously try and use Infowars as a source? :D
Intermarium 11 | 64
31 Jan 2019  #10
@jon357
Too bad Huffington Post and MSNBC don't report on things like this.

I took a DNA test along with 3 of my siblings. We're all biological full siblings. Anyone can see that by looking at us.

Somehow I'm 3% East Asian when none of my siblings are (including a twin). One had some Jewish heritage and another African. What a bunch of nonsense.
Rich Mazur 5 | 3,327
31 Jan 2019  #11
Giving a DNA sample is really stupid. Law enforcement agencies use these private outfits to zero in on the bad guys. You could end up being a a suspect until you are cleared much later. Don't do it. There is no upside to that nonsense other than 10 minutes on Facebook to tell all your "friends" that you are 3% African. Ha Ha...

BTW, why should I care what my DNA composition is? All I know is that it's bloody cold outside and I can't go for a walk.
Intermarium 11 | 64
31 Jan 2019  #12
I did the test for the hereditary disease testing and not for the ethnic info.

And yes, this is how they caught the Golden State Killer. Though the DNA submitted by his distant relatives.
jon357 64 | 14,382
31 Jan 2019  #13
Too bad Huffington Post and MSNBC don't report on things like this.

Probably because they don't make things up like that Jones person.

Somehow I'm 3% East Asian when none of my siblings are (including a twin). One had some Jewish heritage and another African.

Normal. DNA is like a scattergun. As I said already, we don't have the DNA of every ancestor, nor is siblings; DNA identical (unless they're identical twins).

Though the DNA submitted by his distant relatives.

And the 'Wearside Ripper', caught when his nephew was arrested for a minor offence.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,222
31 Jan 2019  #14
Too bad Huffington Post and MSNBC don't report on things like this.

They just laid off a bunch of their useless journos. Twitter is now banning people for telling the fired journos to learn to code, seeing as they now will find it difficult to compete with a gender studies degree and their only experience is being triggered about orange man.

Three triplets submitted their DNA info to different companies - all three received different results from each other and from the companies. A worker at one of those dna companies took the test 5 times with his company and received 5 different results. It's B.S. playing on people's desire to know and in some cases their desire to give credence to their virtue signaling.
horizon
31 Jan 2019  #15
Which company did the DNA test? Just curious. I read that FTDNA is best for Jewish ancestry, Ancestry DNA for African ancestry, 23andMe for Asian Ancestry.
Spike31 2 | 904
1 Feb 2019  #16
They just laid off a bunch of their useless journos

Well, now they'll have a plenty of time to learn to code :-)
OP Nickidewbear 22 | 566
28 Mar 2019  #17
Was he celebrating a bit to much on the sauce?

Not at all. He went into a long protest about it.

PS As others have mentioned (though Dad's Y Marker was discussed here, and he took a 23andMe test), atDNA is (so to speak) a whole different can of worms. Also, Ancestry.com's reference panel is highly unbalanced and with single-origin samples.
thesipguy 2 | 27
28 Mar 2019  #18
Tell your dad that there is nothing to be embarrassed with his Jewish heritage, it's possible that he grew up in a antiemetic background and this is a hard pill to swallow, but after all Jews are good people, they were always a minority in Europe and they were misunderstood mostly because they lived in closed communities hence the hate, the hate against Jews was purely from ignorance.

Being Jewish does not make you any less Slavic etc, you can be a Slavic Jew a Polish Jew a Russian Jew the same way others are Slav Christians, Polish Christians or Russian Christians.
horizon
28 Mar 2019  #19
Number of y-dna snp's tested.
23andme Version 3: 1,766 Version 4: 2,329 Version 5: 3,733
FTDNA Big Y 76% of at least 55,000 known SNPs
Full Genomes Corporation 97% of at least 55,000 known SNPs
Living DNA 22,500 Y-SNPs
OP Nickidewbear 22 | 566
30 Apr 2019  #20
Being Jewish does not make you any less Slavic etc, you can be a Slavic Jew...the same way others are Slav Christians....

We're Ashkenazi Jews with a little bit of Slavic DNA if even that (though if Ancestry is correct, we're of the 25% of Jews whom did not get Jewish DNA). So, I'm talking Jewish in an ethnic sense.
Crow 143 | 7,520
30 Apr 2019  #21
You know, I wouldn`t be surprised if it happens how are first Jews nothing but egyptianized Sarmats (ie Slavs). Egyptianized firstly in cultural/linguistic sense.

Actually, in its final extent Egyptians themselves, as all Semites, after all, have to be Sarmats that mixed with Blacks of Africa. This because in deeper past, prior to last Ice Age and after that (Czech Jandacek says even 40.000 years back in past), Slavs (ie Sarmatians) already were formed, in genetically and cultural sense. All proofs suggests how that deep in past and even deeper only three races of humans existed: First Chinese, First Afro Blacks and First White Sarmats. All other races, peoples and nations are later and much much later extractions from mutual encounters and coexistence of these three first human groups.
Kasiaaaayay
10 Jun 2019  #22
Merged:

MyHeritage DNA test - Poland



I took MyHeritage DNA test and I come from lubuskie
youtube.com/watch?v=cqmSS-sMdbk


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