and a group of about 300 leave Africa and colonize the rest of Earth.
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Via Siberia-Alaska (15 kya by boat, 11 kya by land)

Sumerian wheat yields decline by 42% between 2400 and 2100 BCE.

 in Anatolia, Balkans, or Caucasus.
"All of this reveals with great clarity how foreign to the mobilized media is a conception of the media as a free system of information and discussion, independent of state authority and elite interests."

I'd like everyone to take a deep breath and listen for a minute.

A village that began with shepherds’ huts becomes the city called Rome.
Even then, their welcome was initially good, although with in charge, a reconnaissance foray raped an entire nunnery of several hundred virgins and then slaughtered the local populace when they resisted it. The surprise attack, capture, ransoming, and murder of the Incan emperor made even uneasy, as his men did that to a , which challenged the Divine Right of Kings doctrine. The Spanish accounts of subsequent sack give some hint of what their capital city was like, and along with Tenochtitlán, they were the New World’s two most spectacular cities, and perhaps the world’s.


And we're doing exactly what the terrorists want.

It's their religious duty to deceive us.
Tradecraft Term: Deception. Disinformation. Islamic terrorists have their own terms: taqiyya (pronounced tak-e-ya) : precautionary dissimulation or deception and keeping one's convictions secret and a synonymous term, kitman: mental reservation and dissimulation or concealment of malevolent intentions.

Taqiyya and kitman or ‘holy hypocrisy' has been diffused throughout Arabic culture for over fourteen hundred years since it was developed by Shiites as a means of defence and concealment of beliefs against Sunni unbelievers. As the Prophet said: 'he who keeps secrets shall soon attain his objectives.'

, and Egypt comes under Roman rule the next year.

When the Spaniards began discovering, conquering, and sacking the in 1532, the Incas had already been devastated by an epidemic several years earlier, generally thought to be smallpox, but also may have been an indigenous disease, which killed the emperor and led to a civil war. Warfare was far from unknown in Andean civilization, but happening upon an empire in the midst of a civil war and easily kidnapping the emperor seems like too much coincidence. Whatever the European contribution to the mayhem may have been, Pizarro's entrada did not meet a people living in close to typical circumstances.

I fear the latter self is right.

The skilful use of taqiyya and kitman was often a matter of life and death against enemies; it is also a matter of life and death to many contemporary Islamic terrorists. As so often in the history of Islam, a theological doctrine became operational.

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Get Real, People .. Wake up before it's too late .. it's great to be patriotic, but don't be fooled by this pale b.s. .. history will make us out to be pathetic sheep if we don't expect more TRUTH out of our government.

And we're doing exactly what the terrorists want.

When the invaded Florida in 1539 and marauded through today’s Southeast USA for three years, it may have been history’s most destructive expedition; it laid waste to the entire region, mainly from the diseases they left behind. One native empire had already been when Soto passed through, so even then, Soto intruded upon a far from unsullied land, but the chroniclers of that expedition, as bent as they were for plunder, described intriguing peoples, ones who seemed largely at peace with their neighbors, although warfare was not unknown and apparently increased as populations became more dense. Soto was about the first and last European to see the Mississippian culture, which had flourished for several centuries before becoming extinct from European invasion and disease. Some mounds are several thousand years old. The Mississippian period began declining a century before Soto showed up. Why they declined is one of archeology’s current mysteries, and there are educated about what it was like then. It is not unreasonable to wonder if European epidemics washed through the Mississippian culture as early as the 1518 smallpox epidemic that raged through Mesoamerica and carried off millions of people, or even the unrecorded slavers that hit the Florida coastline before Ponce de León’s of 1513.