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    Wait, are pashtuns actually more "eastern iranic" compard to west asians?

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    You guys are like a comedy show ...........

    First sorry Mr jama012 but I'm suspicious you are from India. I have seen many online Indians online who pose as pashtuns (quora, pashtunforums and other places) and try to make pashtuns Indians or say that their ancestors are pashtuns. This is why I think this:
    You're the first one i hear to say that, who doesnt has anything against desis
    Besides reading pashtun posts online I have had a few pashtun friends in college and pasthuns don't care about desis. they don't even use that term.

    this is another good reason why we shouldnt label people as "iranic". Kurds are closer to europeans than to pahstuns, as pashtuns are closer to desis than to even iranians and yagnobis, and inbetween pamiris and desis. We got nothing to do with kurds and other west asians and much more with desis. We look like desis more than we do look like iranians and stuff.

    This iranic stuff is stupid anyway....
    The stuff I read posted by pashtuns and based on the friends I had pashtuns don't want to be associated with desis at all not even punjabis. In fact they are always mentioning punjabis not in a good way.



    The one that made the most sense to me was Elias's post about language shift except the part about
    Kurds/Persians are even closer to Semites than to Iranians
    Mr Elias we kurds always get Iranian on top of our gedmatch oracles sometimes even higher than other kurds and arabs are way down there except for assyrians are high and iraqi jews and maybe iraqi arabs but that's because those people have been mixed with persians alot. Here is an example of my punt k12 oracle;

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 Iranian 3.46
    2 Kurdish 5.57
    3 Turkish 8.56
    4 Georgian_Jew 9.85
    5 Laz 9.96
    6 Turkish_Trabzon 10.41
    7 Turkish_Kayseri 10.52
    8 Assyrian 10.75
    9 Armenian 11.17
    10 Iranian_Jew 11.59
    11 Kumyk 12.57
    12 Chechen 15.77
    13 Iraqi_Jew 15.8
    14 North_Ossetian 15.94
    15 Balkar 16.04
    16 Turkish_Aydin 16.8
    17 Druze 16.88
    18 Adygei 16.91
    19 Georgian 17.3
    20 Abkhasian 18.07

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 84.4% Iranian + 15.6% Turkish_Aydin @ 1.57
    2 73.8% Iranian + 26.2% Turkish @ 1.75
    3 66.1% Iranian_Jew + 33.9% Afghan_Pashtun @ 2.14
    4 93.5% Iranian + 6.5% Romanian @ 2.14
    5 67.8% Assyrian + 32.2% Afghan_Pashtun @ 2.16


    I think this one is eurogens k13

    Least-squares method.

    Using 1 population approximation:
    1 Kurdish @ 4.484552
    2 Iranian @ 4.724445
    3 Azeri @ 6.835976
    4 Georgian_Jewish @ 9.995811
    5 Armenian @ 10.063148
    6 Turkish @ 11.465729
    7 Assyrian @ 11.748899
    8 Iranian_Jewish @ 14.719401
    9 Kurdish_Jewish @ 16.094398
    10 Turkmen @ 17.974188
    11 Lebanese_Muslim @ 18.784273
    12 Syrian @ 19.858433
    13 Kumyk @ 21.273960
    14 Cyprian @ 23.459057
    15 Lebanese_Christian @ 24.930126
    16 Makrani @ 25.207710
    17 Jordanian @ 25.298866
    18 Lebanese_Druze @ 25.407919
    19 Georgian @ 25.824852
    20 Lezgin @ 26.313091

    Using 2 populations approximation:
    1 50% Iranian +50% Kurdish @ 4.121324


    Using 3 populations approximation:
    1 50% Assyrian +25% Balochi +25% Georgian_Jewish @ 3.284222


    Using 4 populations approximation:
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++
    1 Afghan_Pashtun + Armenian + Georgian_Jewish + Kurdish_Jewish @ 3.003179
    2 Afghan_Pashtun + Georgian_Jewish + Georgian_Jewish + Kurdish_Jewish @ 3.003440

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    BTW i'm not a village girl who doesn't know anything. I just got my bachelor degree with major in nutrition and biology so i know something about genotypes and phenotypes

    surprising that SOME of Mr Magnetic posts made sense like

    I disagree with you that pashtuns look desi . I see a strong difference between pashtuns and even the northest indians . many pashtuns especially afghan ones look west asian and a good amount even european
    I have seen several pashtun members photos on several threads and all of them pass as west asian
    Actually there seems to be a huge difference between afghan pashtuns and some pakistani pashtuns. pakistani pashtuns seem to be very mixed with other pakistanis like punjabis because some of them look exactly like punjabis. on the other hand most afghan pashtuns look west asian and european like this i'm not even posting all the blonde blue eyed ones


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    but some pakistani pashtuns look like this

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    The only thing about Mr Magnetic is that he is a very northern kurd and if we are talking about average kurds i think we iraqi kurds are closer to the middle of kurdistan. Also feyli kurds are very iran chl and iran neolithic shifted even more than me

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    Quote Originally Posted by An Shigao View Post
    Honestly, there is a high likelihood I have unbroken patrilineal descent to the great Shahanshahs, so you should feel blessed I even gave you my undivided attention. That energy could have been used for more noble tasks. I am like a celestial Buddha compared to most on here, especially you.

    Mr An Shigao I believe you your highness..........


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    Quote Originally Posted by Parween View Post
    surprising that SOME of Mr Magnetic posts made sense like
    everything I say makes sense . I dont post out of my ass . when I know something I say it and I also prove it

    only becasue you dont want to agree with me it doesnt mean that I am not making sense . you also misunderstand a lot of what I say and turn it in something weird that I didnt even say or mean

    Quote Originally Posted by Parween View Post

    The only thing about Mr Magnetic is that he is a very northern kurd and if we are talking about average kurds i think we iraqi kurds are closer to the middle of kurdistan. Also feyli kurds are very iran chl and iran neolithic shifted even more than me
    I am a kurd from turkey and my genetic results are in line with other kurds from turkey . my results are even almost a carbon copy of the average score of kurmanji kurds and zaza people . I am in no way less representative than you . in fact kurds from turkey are the most numerous kurds so if anything it can be argued that we are more representative . but no kurd is "more kurd" than other kurds .

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    This is a question for Mr Elias. I was thinking about Assyrians. They are always so high on oracles of Kurds whereas Arabs don't even make it on their oracles most of the time. Clearly they are very different from Arabs. Also they always seem to be clustering very close to Armenians. Does'nt this indicate that the modern Assyrians are very different from the ancient Assyrians. It almost seems like the modern Assyrians are a merger between ancient Assyrians and some Iranians, Kurdish, or Armenian tribes. Maybe like 70% ancient Assyrian + 30% Kurdish or Iranian or Armenian tribes.

    I find it odd that they are sometimes even higher on the Kurd oracles than even Iranian jews.

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