Modern science breaks down stereotypes and myths Russophobe

Recent joint study Russian, British and Estonian geneticists and put a big fat cross on obihozhem Russophobian myth for decades into the consciousness of the people? they say, "Scratch the Russian and you will definitely find a Tartar."
The results of a large-scale experiment, published in the scientific journal «The American Journal of Human Genetics» [1] unequivocally say that "despite the popular belief of a strong Tatar and Mongolian Russian impurities in the blood, inherited by their ancestors in the days of the Mongol-Tatar invasion, Haplogroup Turkic peoples and other Asian ethnic groups left little trace on the population of modern north-western, central and southern regions. "
That’s it. This multi-year dispute can safely put a point and consider further discussions on the matter simply inappropriate.
We do not Tatars. Tatars are not us. No effects on the so-called Russian genes "Mongol-Tatar yoke" did not have. No mixture of Turkic "Horde Blood" we, Russian, there was not.

Moreover, geneticists, summing up his studies claim almost complete indentichnosti genotypes Russian, Ukrainians and Belarusians, thus proving that we were and are one people, "the genetic variation of Y-chromosome residents of the central and southern regions of ancient Russia were almost identical to those of the Ukrainians and Belarusians. "
One of the leaders of the project, the Russian geneticist Oleg Balanovsky Gazeta.ru, admitted in an interview that the Russian people are almost monolithic from the genetic point of view, destroying another myth: "all mixed up, purely Russian anymore." Just the opposite? Russian and Russian were there. One people, one nation, monolithic nationality with a distinct special genotype.
Further, exploring the remains of the most ancient materials graves, the researchers found that "the Slavic tribes have mastered these lands (Central and Southern Russia) long before the mass migration to them in the VII-IX centuries the main part of the ancient Russian." That is the land of Central and Southern Russia were inhabited by Russian (Rusichi) has, at least in the first centuries AD If you have not before.
This allows you to debunk and another Russophobian myth? that Moscow and the surrounding area, ostensibly, have been inhabited since ancient times Finno-Finnish tribes and Russian there — the "newcomers." We, as proven genetics? aliens, but a completely autochthonous inhabitants of Central Russia, where the ancient Russians lived since time immemorial. "Despite the fact that this area was inhabited even before the last glaciation of the planet around 20,000 years ago, the evidence indicates the presence of any" native "peoples who lived in this territory, no?" the report said. That is, there is no evidence that before we lived in our land what that other tribes, which had supposedly replaced or assimilated. If I may say so? we’re live from the creation of the world.
Scientists have identified and distant border habitat of our ancestors, "the analysis of skeletal remains indicates that the main zone of Caucasians contacts with people of Mongoloid type was on the territory of Western Siberia." And when you consider that archaeologists unearthed ancient burial 1st millennium BC in the territory of the Altai, found there remains pronounced Caucasians (not to mention the world famous Arkaime)? the conclusion is obvious. Our ancestors (ancient Russians, Proto)? originally lived throughout the territory of modern Russia, including Siberia, and it is quite possible, and the Far East. So hike Ermak Kalashnikov and his comrades to the Urals, from this point of view was a legitimate return previously lost territory.
That’s it, folks. Modern science destroys Russophobe stereotypes and myths, cutting the ground from under the feet of our "friends" liberals. Further their speculation on these topics has finally submitted beyond common sense, representing the exclusive interest to psychiatrists, exploring the mechanisms of obsessive delusion.

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