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Northern Paladin
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011, 06:35 PM
For example, are the Japanese superior to the Slovenians? Are the Koreans superior to Poles? etc, etc...

I've met Koreans, Chinese, and others from that region, and some of them were very intelligent. I would not, personally, say that every East-Asian is better than every Slav, for example, but some clearly are. This is evidenced by their ability to create and sustain a unique culture of their own. We can only guess as to what would have happened with the Slavs, Balts, Hungarians, etc if us Germanics were not around to show them the way. Would they have created something unique and original? Given that they are related to us, the answer is most likely yes, but given that what they have "created" is mostly copied and pasted from Germanics should speak volumes on their inferiority.

Keep in mind that European includes Albanians, Macedonians, Romanians, and other contemptible arab-ish filth.

Meister
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011, 06:40 PM
Of the Asians the Japanese are the only ones I like, and yes I would consider them superior to some European Races namely Poles, Slavs and also superior to Arabs, Africans, islanders.

I haven't met many Koreans, but I think they may be similar to Japanese.

When I think about other East Asians though and Indians, I just see corruption, criminal mentalites and laziness.

The Chinese are a weird lot in a different group again. Undecided!

Northern Paladin
Friday, March 25th, 2011, 06:08 PM
Of the Asians the Japanese are the only ones I like

The Japanese definitely are special, but I would still much rather have immigrants from a non-Germanic European nation, than immigrants from Japan.

wehrwolf jack
Thursday, April 7th, 2011, 12:05 PM
I think that the more Nordic blood a man has running through his veins, the more intellectual and spiritual potential he has. A Slav is far superior to any Asian by nature. Even a Jew beats the Asian, technically. As far as arguing for society and culture, they don't necessarily reflect the potential of the blood.

Melisande
Friday, April 8th, 2011, 10:27 PM
So much of this is cultural. I've lived in Hawaii, where there are lots of Japanese. As open-minded as I try to be, I don't find them to be my favorite ethnic group (nor the Chinese either). Rus people (Russians - not sure I'd call all Rus-people "Slavs") are often delightful (but I don't know that many). I love Hawaiians. I thought I would dislike Portuguese, but find many of them very bright, very verbal and fun to be around. And right now, I'm being irritated by the behavior of several people from one ethnicity that's Indo-European - but more on the Indo-side; so currently, they're on my sh$t-list, but maybe I'll get over it.

The German guy next door who married the Mexican hoodrat-wannabe-fashionista is one of my least favorite people at the moment (and I'm not as anti-mixed marriages as some people here are; but this particular marriage is giving me lots and lots to think about).

So it all depends.

Bearkinder
Sunday, April 24th, 2011, 08:27 PM
Well, when dealing with groups we have to throw out individual examples, for they do not make the rule.

In general, I'd say Europeans, especially western Europeans are superior to all others. Some, like Slavs and lower Mediterraneans, are hard to say. Before the Arab disease invaded Europe an inter-raped the populations there, those people may well have been different from what they are today. I will say that the further you get from the points of invasion, the better the people get.

Some, like Poles are a dichotomy. The Poles I've met have either been dumb as a box of hair, or brilliant, and really nothing in between.

As far as Asians go, I like Japanese -- remember, we're talking the whole group here, not individuals. I like them because they have no interest in assimilating into our cultures, and they DO NOT like it when others try to assimilate into theirs. They feel that their culture is theirs and only theirs, and not to be shared with outsiders, and I can respect that. They are also rather intelligent and have a strong warrior culture.

Northern Paladin
Sunday, April 24th, 2011, 08:37 PM
Well, when dealing with groups we have to throw out individual examples, for they do not make the rule.

In general, I'd say Europeans, especially western Europeans are superior to all others. Some, like Slavs and lower Mediterraneans, are hard to say. Before the Arab disease invaded Europe an inter-raped the populations there, those people may well have been different from what they are today. I will say that the further you get from the points of invasion, the better the people get.

Some, like Poles are a dichotomy. The Poles I've met have either been dumb as a box of hair, or brilliant, and really nothing in between.

As far as Asians go, I like Japanese -- remember, we're talking the whole group here, not individuals. I like them because they have no interest in assimilating into our cultures, and they DO NOT like it when others try to assimilate into theirs. They feel that their culture is theirs and only theirs, and not to be shared with outsiders, and I can respect that. They are also rather intelligent and have a strong warrior culture.

Yes, the Japanese are special in this regard. Most Asians are very strict about their culture, but the Japs especially. They are probably the only non-Germanic/non-European group I respect. In the case of the Poles, the dichotomy is due to a strict class division that lasted throughout their history. The nobility (szlachta), who have historically been the almost exclusive source of great minds in that region, are the ones whose descendants show sings of brilliance. The rest practiced strict disgenics. They have, unfortunately, left few descendants due to Soviet atrocities among other things. Those individuals are/were compatible with Germanics, and some of them have undoubtedly had Germanic roots.

Lady Vengeance
Sunday, April 24th, 2011, 09:30 PM
Me, I agree with most of you guys on this one. I've made several East Asian friends, and speaking from personal experience, I'd definitely rank their countries above Eastern Europe.

I never fell for that "white pride world wide" bullshit. You don't need to be a genius rocket scientist to figure out that Albanians and Romanians are far below the level of Japanese and Koreans.

Northern Paladin
Sunday, April 24th, 2011, 09:37 PM
Me, I agree with most of you guys on this one. I've made several East Asian friends, and speaking from personal experience, I'd definitely rank their countries above Eastern Europe.

I never fell for that "white pride world wide" bullshit. You don't need to be a genius rocket scientist to figure out that Albanians and Romanians are far below the level of Japanese and Koreans.

Albanians are questionable Whites. Most of the Albanians I've known were far less intelligent than the Indians I've known.

As for the Romanians, they are superior to Albanians, but as a whole below Russians and Poles. I have known some pretty smart Romanians, one a professor of advanced mathematics, and the other was my classmate in architecture studio. He wasn't very creative, but definitely competent.

Hans Adalwolf
Saturday, May 7th, 2011, 04:16 PM
Hmm, as far as culture, I would say that of the Asians, the Japanese are far above the Koreans or the Chinese. Where as the Japanese did use some elements of Chinese culture, they seemed to have the ability to trim it down to some thing usfull, as opposed to 'fluffy', and make it their own.
As for Europeans... well, I can't say that the eastern Europeans realy have a difinitave culture, their myths and supperstitions all have their roots in Germanic tradition, mind you, a bastardized, Islamic/Russian kind of style.
Not very creative, I'm afraid...