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  1. Giada MAGA

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    I was spite Christmas gifted the 23 and me kit. :lol:
    I'm debating whether to return it to Target or let it collect dust.

    There's been a lot of major controversary how the test is altered and used for mining data.
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    23andme is the most accurate test on the market. i have dozens of distant relatives who have taken the test and none of them have complained about tampering or false results. ive never seen anyone on any forum who have taken the test believe their results were tampered with. the only people who seem to claim 23andme results are tampered with are race-fetishists who have never taken the test and are terrified of the potential results.

    admit it u r just terrified of never being able to show ur face again after coming back a le 56% face.
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    Do a search a lot of controversary.

    I know my lineage.
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    23andme is running an ad where a bunch of niggers are sitting around your dinner table. They are also claiming White people have nigger blood when they don't.
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    Bluto used da main competitor o' 23 & me- no major surprises except for some unknown Scandinavian :salowhoa:- yes, da test also provided information, fambly trees, cousins-who-did-da-test, etc. dat definitely is accurate.

    Also no nigger in da woodpile, redskin or jew detected. :agree:

    In o'er words- White as Fuck.
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    giada's 23andme results come back(yes that is an actual foto of giada) -

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    I read they routinely put in fake 0.5% Ashkenazi or 0.5% Subsaharan ancestry to "fight White racists", meanwhile they will send your real DNA results to their Dimona labs so they can finetune their biological weapon that will target non-jews only.

    But if the 123andme kit was free I would probably make up a super kike name if I were to send them my own DNA.

    If I had a few more free kits I would send them samples from a dog and a cat.
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    @Giada, send them your stool sample instead of the saliva one :lol:
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    Unless ur a race fetishist get the monee and let somebody else pay the Jew. (23andme is a Jew company run by Mrs Google )
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    I know I'm 100% white. No need to get my DNA tested.
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    My parents have both done ancestry tests although I haven't. I guess in theory I would be the average of their ancestry results.

    They both got almost entirely Irish. I believe there was about 10% British and Scandinavian in the mix. IDK what their exact %s in each ethnicity were. But what's important is that they were both 100% white.
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    I returned the kit.
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    Anyone know how Ancestry.com's kits stack u against 23AndMe?
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    I got an Ancestry.com kit a couple of years ago for Christmas. I don't know how the 23andme results look, but Ancestry.com divides your DNA into "High Confidence" and "Low Confidence" regions, which I'm not super-confident are correct as we've researched our family genealogy back about eight generations (it seems like birth and death records start to get pretty murky before 1840 or so, although they're pretty consistent after that) so we knew what to expect. My mother's side has a lot of Germanic (technically Alsatian). Likewise, I had a great-grandmother who was full Swedish and most of my father's side is Scotch-Irish. Most of my dad's side is Scotch-Irish and not the most flattering end of the white gene pool. Strangely enough, we have a lot of ancestors from Antrim County, Ireland in both sides of the family, some dating back to the Revolutionary War (I don't know if Antrim was overrepresented or not.) I did not have ANY "high confidence" results from anywhere in central Europe, which seemed really fishy (by "Germanic ancestors", we're talking about great aunts with names like "Wilhelmina" here.)

    What Ancestry.com said was that nearly all of my "High Confidence" ancestry came from the British Isles (something like 75% overall), with 2% Irish, 2% Scandinavian, and [oddly enough] 9% "Eastern European." The only potential "woodpile moment" was 2% from the "Caucasus Mountains" (Armenia/Iran.) Overall, it's safe to say I'm pretty damn White, but I didn't need any test to tell me that, and I'm not super impressed with these test results so far. Moreover, I have been REALLY suspicious of these things ever since I saw Craig Cobb had it "proven" that he was "14% African" on that talk show or whatever that was a while back. Overall, I think these are going to be used as "objective evidence" to prove that supposedly everyone is a Negro or what have you to keep the Novus Ordo Mundi/Mocha-Colored New Soviet Man white genocide steamroller continuing to operate. I wouldn't be surprised if they just fudge a few percent on each test from some "Low Probability" region just for political correctness' sake. The recent supposed confession of 23andme personnel claiming they're adding "African" to test results just to "screw with racists" doesn't surprise me in the least.

    Overall, my guess is that if you want to do this, go with Ancestry.com, which [I believe] is owned by the LDS church. 23andme is owned at least in part by (((Anne Wojicki))) who was formerly married to Sergey Brin (isn't it comforting to know that Google might be plugging everyone's DNA in some sort of universal jew computer super-database? Christ...)
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    Cobb used a bullshit test from a bullshit company. i cant recall the exact company he used but they were known for bullshit or distorted results. which 23andme is not.

    these r my 23andme results. I have no reason to dispute any of it and i believe it is very accurate tho i believe part of it comes up as 'iberian' or 'southern european' because i have southern and northern french ancestry.



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  17. Apocales 4:35a.m. just one more episode..

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    https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/01...results-most-confounding-new-report-says/amp/
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    her test results were accurate. this broad is complaining about nothing and this article doesn't disprove the accuracy of 23andme in the least. Everyone knows DNA can't all be assigned to specific nations and can often be found in many nations and even on multiple continents(europeans, middle easterners, and east asians share a fair amount of genes for instance). Hence the 'broadly' category on ur results and users of european descent will sometimes get a .1 or .2 broadly asian or middle eastern. Maybe its just a small error in pinpointing origin of gene or maybe or ur somehow descended from a great khan or chinese emperor from a thousand years ago. Either way its as accurate as it gets in the time we live in.
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