If anything, the above chart suggests that because more dominant traits are possessed by Afrikan people, then if any race is genetically superior, it is us! Now I don't believe in racial superiority, so I don't make that claim or argument; but I do believe a culture can be superior, but only in its ability to produce a society where people can live harmoniously as human being.
I understand that I have been somewhat narrow-minded in this post, as the issue of dominant versus recessive traits is not simply interracial but intraracial. But my point in this blog is that race-mixing produces a sort of intermediary type that is stronger than the race that had the recessive traits but weaker than the one that had the dominant traits. And depending upon whom this intermediary type mixes with, he or she will produce either a more or less "superior" genotype. This means that if the mixed-race person produces a child with an Afrikan, the child will still have more dominant genes than its mixed parent but less than its Afrikan one; if the mixed race person mates with a European, then the progeny will have less dominant traits than its mixed-race parent. This has the effect of, in the first case, especially if the child is Black identified, weakening the Black race; and in the second case, if the child is white identified, of strengthening the white race.
There was a time when mixed-race person were trapped in the designation as Black, but in contemporary America, this is no longer the case--they have a choice. The new census category of biracial has given the historically-designated mulatto the option of leaving the race. And they are. Given that America is a society based on a class superstratum and racial substratum, mixed-race or biracial people (and Afrikan people in general) when they ascend the economic ladder, will tend to marry the more power racial group, i.e., whites. This genetic enhancement to the white race by these biracial types can only serve as a form of eugenics for white folks. On the other hand, for Afrikan people, if the mixed child chooses to be Black identified, and marries an Afrikan descended person, this has the effect of increasing the level of recessive genes (that are predominant in the white race) into the Black gene pool, which increases the possibility of greater disease exposure. Consequently race mixing can strengthen or weaken a gene pools by either increasing its dominant traits or increasing its recessive traits. Aint that some racist doo-doo.
Of course, the latter case, in which Europeans have forced their gene pool upon us, is part and parcel of the history of Afrikan people. My existence is part of that reality. My maternal great great grandmother was a mulatto, an enslaved woman who was the byproduct of rape, her mother being raped by her master. So what am I saying—that I inherited recessive traits from her? Is this an argument against myself or against mixed-race people. Not at all—this is just the science of it all. And the reality of it. I recognize that she is a part of me and I love and respect her as an ancestor.
Now, some scholars, particularly Edward Wilmot Blyden, developed a theory about race-mixing, and how it produced a person with confused loyalties. He argued that because many of the early leaders in the Afrikan diaspora were mulattoes, their leadership and loyalties were divided, even suspect. That these persons identified with their white fathers and their Black enslaved mothers, which compromised their politics, their vision, and their leadership. History, however, would proven that even our leaders of “unmixed” Afrikan blood acted identically as their mulatto counterparts. That our leadership had nothing to do with skin color and everything to do with a sense of connectedness, devotion, mindset, and worldview; and worldview ultimately has to do with brain-functioning, which can be culturally conditioned into society. But this requires a vision, which is something that will not occur as long as we view the world through Western eyes. Our problem is we lack the proper worldview orientation, and we continued to ape Western man who is completely lost. When our struggle is deduced to race, it can sidetrack us from the real issue. But then again, race is a real issue?
P.S. Ungawa, LOL!