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« on: March 15, 2016, 10:52:01 AM »

I'm not being provocative. The way I see it is that Maltese generally pass as: Sicilians, Greeks, Lebanese, or Jews; and perhaps to a lesser degree: Spanish (women specifically), Egyptians, Syrians.

What are your thoughts?

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« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2016, 11:21:35 AM »

from IMPERIUM EUROPA: The Book that Changed the World.

CHAPTER 5:  MELITA SPIRITUAL CENTRE TO IMPERIUM EUROPA


..."Permit me to be specific. I hail from Malta, in the Mediterranean. A tiny island, but of great Spiritual significance for the Europid. In this context it is relevant to note the findings of Dr. V. Wyatt, an expert on poliomyelitis, as reported in “The Times of Malta” of the 23rd July of 1982. Dr. Wyatt found that although the climate in Malta was similar to that of the Middle East, the disease affected its Maltese victims in the same way as it affected Europeans and North Americans (North Central Europeans NCEs). It was quite different from the symptoms found in Middle Eastern and African patients.

We Maltese know, and are justly proud, that we form part of that distinct sub-species: the Caucasian or Europid or White Race: the envy of the rest of humanity. The race that gave the world everything it has. That inventive, creative race of great explorers, scientists, musicians, composers. In short the race of Aryans: the builders! - and we Maltese, have the finest Aryan prehistoric temples to prove it!

Maltese are an assimilable - minority of this great, Europid race. What is an assimilable minority? As Wilmot Robertson in his “The Dispossessed Majority” explains, it simply means that this minority can genetically integrate, naturally and harmoniously with any segment of this great Europid family.

A Maltese female who cohabits with a German, an Englishman or a Norwegian, would give offspring to the most beautiful example of such people. The fact that we are the southernmost Europeans seems to redouble nature’s result, make the bow more taut so to speak, with increased freshness, virility, brains and beauty.

I know of a particular case of an ordinary Maltese girl from a small village, married to an Englishman, whose first born son, a veritable angel, was chosen by SMA, the baby-food producers, for their first TV advert"...



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« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2016, 04:25:33 PM »

I think your question is somewhat contradictory. You say the average Maltese is semitic, but then go on to suggest that amongst other nationalities/races, Maltese people pass off as Sicilians, Greeks and Spaniards, none of whom are classified as 'semitic'.

The truth is that the vast majority of Maltese are very closely related to Sicilians. If you look at the average Sicilian, s/he is most often completely unidentifiable from a Maltese person. And this is of course no accident. Although there has unfortunately not been many comprehensive studies of the Maltese genome, one more notable study is that by C. Capelli et al., "Population Structure in the Mediterranean Basin: A Y Chromosome Perspective", published in the journal Annals of Human Genetics, in 2006 (epub 2005). Capelli et al. found that Maltese male gene markers are most similar to those found in Sicilians and Calabrians. There was also a very slight influence from the Middle East, specifically Lebanon.

So we can say with reasonable conviction that the Maltese are closely related to Sicilians and southern Italians. The question then is, whom are Sicilians and Southern Italians most closely related too? Most Sicilians' genes are linked to those found in mainland Italy, and in places like Greece. However they also have some influence from other countries in the Caucasus area. This might explain why some minor (and far less notable than Capelli et al.) studies have found Phoenician links in the Maltese gene pool.

So in brief, the Maltese are closely related to southern Italians, and, like practically all other Southern Europeans, also have some influence from further East. It is not quite accurate to say the Maltese are semitic. They do have some semitic elements - obviously more than say, a Swede, or a Norwegian - but they are predominantly of Southern European stock (with all that this involves, as discussed above), and thus are as European as Italians, Greeks, or Spaniards.

The 'blondes' in Malta are usually the product of mixture with British people (Royal Navy sailors, for instance), and even with Italians (who themselves would have been a mixture of Italian and Germanic/Austrian/Swiss etc. - there are many northern Italian blondes, but you find blonde Italians even in Sicily).

One more, very unacademic observation I have to make is that I always found it curious how Maltese people from certain areas in Malta looked so much more 'European' than people from other areas. For instance, I have noticed for a long time that generally young people from the Sliema/The Village/Swieqi/Ibragg area (by Sliema I mean those who come from families who have a long history of living or having lived in Sliema, not those 'non-Sliema people' who live there in flats nowadays) look very much more Italian/Central European (e.g. lighter and straighter hair), than those living in areas further south (Zejtun, for instance). I suspect this might have something to do with their historically higher socio-economic status, which enabled greater mingling with European genes.
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