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nemo
Thursday, January 30th, 2003, 08:22 PM
http://www.senato.it/leg/14/Elezioni/ef_r19.htm

Azdaja
Thursday, January 30th, 2003, 08:43 PM
1, 4 (#2), 5, 7 (#'s 1-2), 12, and 19 look somewhat questionable...a few others slightly less so.
For the most part though, I admit they lack any strong African or Eastern influence. Most look like meds and alpines with some dinaric accretions.

Italia_Ariana
Friday, January 31st, 2003, 02:30 AM
Originally posted by Kalos
I admit they lack any strong African or Eastern influence. Most look like meds and alpines with some dinaric accretions.

Tombola! (Bingo)
Thank you for comming around, Kalos

Azdaja
Friday, January 31st, 2003, 07:30 AM
<< Tombola! (Bingo)
Thank you for comming around, Kalos >>

You have to understand, I don't think the whole of Southern Europe is hopelessly mongrelized, only that there are questionable elements amongst a significant percentage of the population.
"Significant", btw, does not mean "majority". But it does exist. I know this because of the fact that there are many Sicilians in my area.
I would have to view many more photos to be sure, but it is very likely I have over-estimated the mongrelized elements in Sicily.

GreenHeart
Friday, January 31st, 2003, 08:28 AM
Originally posted by Kalos
You have to understand, I don't think the whole of Southern Europe is hopelessly mongrelized, only that there are questionable elements amongst a significant percentage of the population.
"Significant", btw, does not mean "majority". But it does exist.


I agree. It's really annoying how some people always think in terms of all or nothing. As if such a possibility could exist that they would either be all mongrelized or absolutely none mongrelized. x_nono

goidelicwarrior
Friday, January 31st, 2003, 02:09 PM
Originally posted by Kalos
<< Tombola! (Bingo)
Thank you for comming around, Kalos >>

You have to understand, I don't think the whole of Southern Europe is hopelessly mongrelized, only that there are questionable elements amongst a significant percentage of the population.
"Significant", btw, does not mean "majority". But it does exist. I know this because of the fact that there are many Sicilians in my area.
I would have to view many more photos to be sure, but it is very likely I have over-estimated the mongrelized elements in Sicily.

Southern Europe is not mongrelized, its due to a larger number of Old Europeans who are generally darker than Indo Europeans and are more numerous, its like 75% of England looked like the Beatles... is this so difficult? furthermore these old Europeans contrary to NP88 where and are the ones upholding past and present culture together with Indo Europeans off course.. adding that the general opinion in Europe is the opposite, namely that if any nation is mongrelized, its exactly the US.. all we see here are Negroe rappers, teenage pregnencies, street shootouts, drugs, idiotic talk shows, stupid politicans ( Bush) degenerated people who are close to 300 pounds in average weight.. its not my opinion its quite general, so dont take it as an insult from me, but bear that in mind when expressing careless untrue statements!

Hermod
Saturday, February 1st, 2003, 08:02 PM
Originally posted by triskel
Southern Europe is not mongrelized, its due to a larger number of Old Europeans who are generally darker than Indo Europeans and are more numerous, its like 75% of England looked like the Beatles... is this so difficult? furthermore these old Europeans contrary to NP88 where and are the ones upholding past and present culture together with Indo Europeans off course.. adding that the general opinion in Europe is the opposite, namely that if any nation is mongrelized, its exactly the US.. all we see here are Negroe rappers, teenage pregnencies, street shootouts, drugs, idiotic talk shows, stupid politicans ( Bush) degenerated people who are close to 300 pounds in average weight.. its not my opinion its quite general, so dont take it as an insult from me, but bear that in mind when expressing careless untrue statements!

Yes.
In recent time the most of "nordish" parts of the world was exposed to mongrelizations.
You cant find such percentage of pure Negro and Asiatic element in Eastern Europe or in Sicily for instance like in Britain and USA (originally inhabited with predominant Nordic population (Anglo Saxons and Celts)
Those who insist on pointing out the imaginary mongrelizations of Southern, Eastern and Middle Europe should take A GOOD LOOK who their first neighbors are, what is their race and what is their effect on their gene pool.

Azdaja
Saturday, February 1st, 2003, 08:33 PM
Triskel -

All I said was that there are some questionable elements in portions of SE, and there are. If you can't deal with it, that's fine. For the record, I am aware of the "Old Europeans". Darkness of complexion - in and of itself - does not mean a person is mixed.

goidelicwarrior
Monday, February 3rd, 2003, 03:56 PM
Originally posted by Kalos
Triskel -

All I said was that there are some questionable elements in portions of SE, and there are. If you can't deal with it, that's fine. For the record, I am aware of the "Old Europeans". Darkness of complexion - in and of itself - does not mean a person is mixed.

I can deal with the truth.. however the proportions are way oto out into the blue..