According to Gobineau, these are Hamites and Semites.
I assume that there will be new conquests; and, every time, a current of fresh blood will be mingled with the main stream. In this passage, Gobineau argues that racial differences are permanent.
It will change what it can usefully modify, and replace it by something better. Each stage of a perfect mixture produces a new type of diverse elements, and develops special faculties.
From the very day when the conquest is accomplished and the fusion begins, there appears a noticeable change of quality in the blood of the masters. Henceforth, as the nation grows, whether by war or treaty, its racial character changes more and more.
Mademoiselle Irnois and Other Stories. I will give it the better part, and assume that it will conquer.
InGobineau served as French emissary to AthensGreeceand inhe moved to Rio de Janeiro, Brazilto carry the same position. It is fairly obvious that the time when the disappearances take place will vary considerably, according to circumstances. The world of art and great literature that comes from the mixture of blood, the improvement and ennoblement of inferior races — all these are wonders of which we must needs be thankful.