Britons’ DNA unchanged in 1,400 years

The new study shows continuing clusters in Britain based on genetic patterns dating back more than 1,400 years.

The new study shows continuing clusters in Britain based on genetic patterns dating back more than 1,400 years.

A major scientific study published today has demolished one of the most frequent arguments used by multiracialists.

Our opponents regularly claim that mass immigration to our shores since the late 1940s has been merely the latest of many immigrant waves – that we are indeed “a nation of immigrants”.

Today’s study proves the opposite.  If one excludes effects of the last 70 years of mass non-white immigration, patterns of DNA in the UK correspond remarkably closely to the ethnic map of 600 AD, and in fact to political and ‘tribal’ divisions of Anglo-Saxon England.

Heritage and Destiny will analyse the full implications for nationalists from this scientific study in our next issue (published at the start of May 2015).

In the meantime we are pleasantly surprised to see media coverage given to the study in today’s and tomorrow’s newspapers:

New Scientist

Daily Telegraph

Guardian

Financial Times

Sky News

Daily Mail

The full survey is published in the journal Nature, though only a preview is available online free.

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