I don’t think arabs give a darn about our genetic terms:
The Ancient Arabs’ Description of the Pure Arabs
The best way to get a true picture of what the original Arabs of the past looked like is to ask the original Arabs of the past themselves. So let’s take a look at what the original, pure Arabs of 1400 years ago said about the appearance of the pure Arabs...
Furthermore, if you cannot imagine how a kenyan black of any tribe, with an arab father, might choose to describe himself as an arab - as he would be entitled to - for the benefit of belonging to the ruling class, there’s nothing more for me to say on the subject.
“Furthermore, if you cannot imagine how a kenyan black of any tribe, with an arab father, might choose to describe himself as an arab - as he would be entitled to - for the benefit of belonging to the ruling class, theres nothing more for me to say on the subject.”
I understand why someone would want to describe themselves as arab for the reasons you state, but that was not the argument from the genetic standpoint of how much “percentage” is Negro vs how much was “arab.” Racially, they are different.
bam Sr never described himself, nor did any of the Luo as far as I can see, as arab. The Luo were proud of who they were/are. bam Sr’s father had a hissy fit over Dunham interfering with, “dirtying,” the Luo bloodline.
It really doesn’t matter anyway. He ain’t all anything. That is the point. He isn’t the first black president. He isn’t the first white president. He isn’t the first arab president. He is most likely not even an American born president.
His 50% whiteness eliminates him from the competition for any of those. He is a mongrel, maybe not sure of his own paternity. And WE are 99.9% sure he was not born here no matter who his daddy was.
Canada, Kenya. Whichever. I opt for Kenya.