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[From 'katana', in The Occidental Observer, June 13, 2015] Race is universal in the living world: everything—bacteria, butterflies, grass, dogs, mankind—is divided into races; these are not usually clearly defined.
Roger Pearson's Heredity and Humanity (1996) discusses the entire heredity question without mentioning Jews once; they are not even in the index, although anyone serious can identify them, for example 'Ashley Montagu'.
They can be man-made, as in breeds of dogs and cats, both of which are races of one species.
Note for people worried about evolution: it's not necessary to believe the full theory of evolution; species date back so far that their beginnings are in the far, far remote past.
Most people, reasonably enough, aren't much interested in politics and wars and religions, and prefer to have something to do that they like, and somewhere nice to live with people they like.
So why burden them with yet more warnings, and information about a ridiculous bunch of obsolescent fanatics?
In particular, 'Jews' are a sub-race produced by the written word.