I’ve alluded to this but never articulated it. There are three parts, as far as I can tell.
1. Neanderthal is K, sapiens is R. Therefore, sapiens cannot be taught to prefer a K environment.
2. The female neanderthal sexual selection mechanism appears to be either extinct or negligible.
My deep intuition says this may be because it’s a female group process, and you’d have to get enough female neanderthals together to make it work. So, rather than the orangutan style of a female wandering into the male’s territory, you’d have a group of females deciding who would make cute couples, then pushing the young women into the respective male territories.
3. Sapiens group selection prefers high thal admixture (e.g. the progress of mathematics during wartime) but individual selection prefers low admixture, resulting in a slow (but established) elimination of thal genes over millenia.
The root problem appears to be the low rate of female neanderthal phenotypes. Basically, we can’t form our own group like a normal race can. And that’s leaving aside the apparent inability to engage in group action—even if that problem were solved, we couldn’t form a functional breeding population. Neanderthal drives are extremely individualistic yet presuppose high-trust tribes.
That said, any sort of alliance with white nationalism may be impossible because it may not be possible to convince cro magnon that it’s okay to be neanderthal (i.e. to exist, eat, breed). It’s the same problem cro magnon now faces in Sapestown Jewtopia, where it’s NOT OKAY to exist and be white at the same time. Cro magnon is okay with neanderthals existing among him so long as they shut up, solve the problems, and accept their abuse as part of their station in the natural order. The problem, of course, is that many iterations of this lead to diminished admixture, and cro magnon ceases to be special. He returns to the sapiens baseline, the only real difference being a preference for meth and standing in lines over weed and chimpouts.
That return is what we’ve seen in Europeans in the last 500 years or so. A common man in England in 1600 would have been diagnosed with Asperger’s today. Never mind the extraordinary men of autism like Newton at the high end, considered batshit* even by the standards of the eccentric British gentry of the day. But this was merely due to group selection from warfare, not from any sort of problem solving directed toward the genetic problem.
I think this is one question where I can’t hope to find the answer. It has the feeling of a high-caliber problem, whereas I mostly thrive in low-caliber humanities questions which merely require a bit of pathological honesty.
*In their defense he absolutely was the original Terry Davis. (Buncha glow-in-the-dark CIA niggers.)