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    Default West Papuan people (eastern Indonesia)




    West Papua - Genocide by Demographics
    If present demographic trends continue, West Papua (formerly Irian Jaya) will be majority Indonesian (mostly Javanese) Muslim by 2011, and the indigenous Melanesian predominantly Protestant Christian Papuans will be a dwindling 15 percent minority by 2030, reports Elizabeth Kendal, World Evangelical Alliance Religious Liberty Commission (WEA RLC), special to ASSIST News Service. This was recently forecast in a conference at the University of Sydney (NSW, Australia) by Political Scientist Dr Jim Elmslie of the West Papua Project, which is based at the University of Sydney Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPACS).
    http://www.christiantelegraph.com/issue147.html

    Comparable i suppose to population policies by China and former USSR to reduce ethnic majorities in their autonomous regions. I guess also continuation of millennia long expansion of austronesians at the expense of retreating melanesians.

    Haplogroups
    There are 6 main Y-chromosome haplogroups in Western New Guinea Y-chromosome haplogroup M is the most popular, with Y-chromosome haplogroup O2a as a small minority in second place and Y-chromosome haplogroup S back in third position across the mountain highlands; while D, C2 and C4 are of negligible numbers.

    Haplogroup M is the most frequently occurring Y-chromosome haplography in Western New Guinea.[21]. In a 2005 study of Papua New Guineas ASPM gene variants, Mekel-Bobrov et al. found that the Papuan people have among the highest rate of the newly-evolved ASPM haplogroup D, at 59.4% occurrence of the approximately 6,000-year-old allele.[22].
    Haplogroup O2a (M95) is typical of Austro-Asiatic peoples, Kradai peoples, Malays, Indonesians, and Malagasy, with a moderate distribution throughout South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, and Central Asia.
    Haplogroup S occurs in eastern Indonesia (1020%) and Island Melanesia (~10%), but reaches greatest frequency in the highlands of Papua New Guinea (52%).

    Ahead of recent indonesian transmigration, already some austronesian markers. It seems logical to assume that westpapuans have been more admixed with austronesians than people from papua new guinea.

    Looking at the pictures, some of the people look familiar to me and less recognisably "papuan". I'd say many could pass as new world blacks, specifically from latin america.



































    For good measure also some recent indonesian migrants





    these kids already look eastern indonesian though



















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    Some of them reminded me of australian aborigines

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    Which ones?

    i think papuans and aboriginals look rather different. Which is kind of peculiar because they live right next to each other. Must be because of a lack of seafaring traditions among both peoples.


    Taken at a festival, people from all over West Papua represented










































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    Australoid mother and chinesoid child

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zupan View Post
    Some of them reminded me of australian aborigines
    Australia and New Guinea belongs to the Great Australia region. Both Australians and Papuans are Australoid peoples, closely related among them. Although physical differences exist. Guineans are mainly curly and Aborigins have straight hair, for instance.

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    Maybe the west is less extremely melanesid or diverse while the east is more uniform
    this guy's diluted.


    Its kinky to imagine someone like this mixing with coarse atheletic melanesid males, nice combo between the softness of this ..............south east mongolo weddoid type contrast with melanesian ruggedness




    Prominent gonials affording a square face


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zupan View Post
    Australoid mother and chinesoid child
    lol i wonder if it's really hers or if she 's a papua mammy

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Goodfellow View Post
    Maybe the west is less extremely melanesid or diverse while the east is more uniform
    Yeah i think so, it should show up in genetic testing i suppose. Although all over New guinea there's a difference between coastal populations and highland papuas who remained more isolated.


    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Goodfellow View Post
    Its kinky to imagine someone like this mixing with coarse atheletic melanesid males, nice combo between the softness of this ..............south east mongolo weddoid type contrast with melanesian ruggedness
    an as of yet unexplored niche market for adult video makers


    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Goodfellow View Post
    Prominent gonials affording a square face
    That's a cromagnoid trait right?

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    lol i wonder if it's really hers or if she 's a papua mammy
    Struck my mind too Maybe she stole it..

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