Hitler has Jewish DNA

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Who would have thought or even surmise, that Adolf Hitler would have any biological association from the very races that he hated so much and he tried to wipe out. Arguments have been drawn, and a lot of speculations have been made. I guess it wouldn’t be relevant in our present time if it wasn’t found out, because the world had already accepted it, but now that it’s out in the open, reflections, questions, frustrations, anger, hate and more questions, even pity, has been revolving around the thoughts of those who were greatly affected, the Jews, Africans even the homosexuals and gypsies, and the other races that were persecuted and massacred, because Hitler and his Nazis believe they were a superior race and everyone else is inferior to them.

Historians found it difficult to trace Hitler’s lineage, and what makes it more complicated, is the Hitler name, for it is not of common variance for a German.

Recent discoveries enlightened researchers and scientists in regards of this mystery. A Belgian journalist named Jean-Paul Mulders and historian, Marc Vermeeren, intrigued by this dark speculation, used the DNA saliva samples they took from 39 of Hitler’s living relatives residing in Europe and America, including his first cousin. The samples were analyzed under rigorous laboratory conditions and the end result presented that Hitler’s relatives have a chromosome called Haplogroup E1b1b1. This chromosome is common among Ashkenazi and Jews, as well as Berbers of Africa’s Morocco, Algeria, Libya and Tunisia. It is extremely rare among people of Western European descent. Also, a significant proportion of the Afro-Asiatic Jewish population carries E1b1b1. It is considered one of the major founding markers of the Jewish lineage and is carried through the male chromosome.

Some speculations also point out, that if this rumor, if true, would mean that Hitler was 25% Jewish. Some historians believe that Hitler’s father, Alois, was the illegitimate son of a maid named Maria Schickelgruber and a 19-year-old Jewish man named Leopold Frankenberger. Alois Schicklgruber changed his name on Jan. 7, 1877. to “Hitler,” which Adolf adopted as his only surname.

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Posted by Jasmin on Sunday, November 7th, 2010. Filed under Jewish How To. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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