Bassou: Man-Ape Hybrid

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Bassou: Man-Ape Hybrid

Post by Will Williams » Thu Mar 19, 2020 1:56 pm

Those familiar with the book The Best of Attack! and National Vanguard will recall the reprint of this article from National Vanguard magazine, Issue 44, 1976:
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Bassou: Man-Ape Hybrid

Equalitarian Theorists Worried
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BASSOU, so named by the local Berbers, is
an embarrassment to those who insist that
every animal which qualifies as "human"
is "equal to every other such animal.

Bassou lives in the Valley of Dades, near the town of Skoura, in Morocco. He sleeps in the trees there and subsists on dates, berries, and insects. He wears no clothes (although he was persuaded to don a burlap sack for the photograph which appears here), uses no tools, and speaks only in grunts.

The local Berbers have been aware of Bassou's presence for at least the past 25 years, but they shun him in superstitious fear and have been unable to give any clue as to his origin.

Western scientists have also been aware of Bassou for a number of years, but, for the most part, they too shun him in superstitious fear. For Bassou's existence raises some very troubling questions for the true believers in the TV religion of universal human equality. It has been hard enough for them to try to fit Blacks and Whites together into that scheme, without having to worry about Bassou.

What is Bassou? No one really knows. He displays both ape-like and manlike characteristics. Those who have studied him, however, have been reluctant to accept the suggestion that he is the product of a mating between a human being -- Negro or Berber -- and an anthropoid ape, all three of which Morocco has an abundance.


Yet, Bassou is clearly something special, and not just a deformed human being. With arms so long his fingers hang below his knees when he stands upright; with massive, bony ridges above his eyes and a sharply receding forehead; with jaws, teeth, chin, and cheekbones all showing pronounced ape-like characteristics, he is a true ape-man.


[Caption: BASSOU, so named by the local Berbers, is an embarrassment to those who insist that every animal which qualifies as "human" is "equal" to every other such animal.]
There have been rumors for centuries -- ever since Africa was opened to European exploration -- of apes raiding

But there has never been a scientific effort -- largely for religious reasons -- to actually determine whether a union between some human sub-species and some species of ape, might be fertile. Numerous other examples of inter-specific matings which yield hybrid offspring are known.

The mule is a cross between a horse and a donkey, and the liger is a cross between a lion and a tiger, for example.

If Bassou is indeed such a hybrid - and no other plausible explanation for him has yet been brought forward - then his existence throws a real monkey wrench into the neo-liberal theory of the separateness of man from the rest of Nature. It forces us to face the continuity of Nature's hierarchy. And it makes us ask some questions.

What is human? Where shall we draw the line? Shall we include Bassou and begin worrying about whether his "human dignity" has been abused? And if we include Bassou -- and if he is a hybrid -- what of his parents? Shall we include one but not the other? If we include both, are we to turn loose all the chimpanzees and gorillas now in our zoos and register them to vote? :lol:

Perhaps we need to re-examine the whole myth of racial equality and begin to face reality.

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Re: Bassou: Man-Ape Hybrid

Post by C.E. Whiteoak » Thu Mar 19, 2020 11:57 pm

Put a pair of britches on that critter, and it would look like it belonged in downtown Charlotte. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Re: Bassou: Man-Ape Hybrid

Post by Will Williams » Fri Mar 20, 2020 10:30 am

C.E. Whiteoak wrote:
Thu Mar 19, 2020 11:57 pm
Put a pair of britches on that critter, and it would look like it belonged in downtown Charlotte. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
Bassou might well have been a Charlotte Hornet, C.E., had he not aged out.

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Re: Bassou: Man-Ape Hybrid

Post by PhuBai68 » Sat Mar 21, 2020 4:17 pm

Being we all know that a Negro male will dip his wick into just about anything with a pulse (and maybe even without) so we can figure out Bassou's heritage.
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Re: Bassou: Man-Ape Hybrid

Post by N567 » Tue Mar 24, 2020 6:18 am

His cranium only looks small because he has Microcephaly, a condition in which the brain does not develop properly, resulting in a small brain and cranium and causing intellectual disability, poor motor function, poor speech, abnormal facial features, seizures and dwarfism. This condition is most common among Africans and Jews, which is why they have so many retards and people who engage in faggoty, disgusting and degenerate behaviors.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microcephaly

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Re: Bassou: Man-Ape Hybrid

Post by Jim Mathias » Thu Mar 26, 2020 12:36 am

N567 wrote:
Tue Mar 24, 2020 6:18 am
His cranium only looks small because he has Microcephaly, a condition in which the brain does not develop properly, resulting in a small brain and cranium and causing intellectual disability, poor motor function, poor speech, abnormal facial features, seizures and dwarfism. This condition is most common among Africans and Jews, which is why they have so many retards and people who engage in faggoty, disgusting and degenerate behaviors.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microcephaly
Yeah, but look at that brow ridge. What homo sapiens today has one like it to pass down? This Bassou specimen at best appears to have a skull shape closer to that of a homo erectus (that hasn't been around for at least 100,000 years) than a sapiens.
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Re: Bassou: Man-Ape Hybrid

Post by N567 » Thu Mar 26, 2020 2:15 am

Jim Mathias wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 12:36 am
Yeah, but look at that brow ridge. What homo sapiens today has one like it to pass down? This Bassou specimen at best appears to have a skull shape closer to that of a homo erectus (that hasn't been around for at least 100,000 years) than a sapiens.
The genes of the less evolved primates may still be within the African and Jewish gene pool because they are inferior races. Natural selection has caused the other races to have no traces of such genes and this natural selection has given the other races the intelligence to build powerful industrial empires with numerous scientific discoveries and inventions.

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