TODAY IN HISTORY1707: Carolus Linnaeus is born in Råshult, Sweden. His Systema Naturae (1735) marked the beginning of modern taxonomy. Linnaeus designated several human races as subspecies (others would be added later; Jewish influence forced the abandonment of these useful taxonomic distinctions by 1970). Among the earliest of these designations were Homo sapiens europaeus, Homo sapiens afer, Homo sapiens asiaticus, and Homo sapiens americanus.
1926: Yossel Mashel “Joe” Slovo (above right with Winnie and Nelson Mandela), the Communist Jew who was a key figure in the destruction of White South Africa and countless murders of both Whites and Blacks there, is born in Lithuania.
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