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There's no such thing as a 'pure' Europeanor anyone else | Science | AAAS

When the first busloads of migrants from Syria and Iraq rolled into Germany 2 years ago, some small towns were overwhelmed. The village of Sumte, population 102, had to take in 750 asylum seekers. Most villagers swung into action, in keeping with Germanys strong Willkommenskultur , or welcome culture. But one self-described neo-Nazi on the district council told The New York Times that by allowing the influx, the German people faced the destruction of our genetic heritage and risked becoming a gray mishmash.