If Haplogroup R originated in Southern Siberia 27,000 years ago, and most of Europeans are Haplogroup R1b does it mean that they have Asian origins?

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Can someone who's more familiar with anthropology and human migrations answer this

Haplogroup R* originated in asia and as it spread westward it mutated into r1a and r1b. Most common paternal lineages found in Europe today. So does it means that most of Europeans have a long distant Asian ancestor? And that only Haplogroup I1 and I2 are true white people Haplogroups. Right?
If Haplogroup R originated in Southern Siberia 27,000 years ago, and most of Europeans are Haplogroup R1b does it mean that they have Asian origins?
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