View Full Version : What do you think about Bretons ?

Wednesday, December 28th, 2005, 12:29 AM
I'm wondering that because i Know this forum is a bit nordicist.

Bretons are the inhabitants of Brittany, in north-west corner of France http://www.rentcom.info/brittany-property/map-brittany.gif
They are celts, very close to Welsh and Cornish and come from Great Britain and was expelled from there by Anglo-Saxons during the 5 th-7th century. Most of them are not nordic, rather brown-haired and brown-eyed, even though they live in North Europe.

For exemple, here are pics of famous Bretons in France

Wednesday, December 28th, 2005, 12:31 AM
I'm wondering that because i Know this forum is a bit nordicist.

A bit? :scratch:

Wednesday, December 28th, 2005, 10:23 AM
Le Pen is Breton? I never knew that...

Wednesday, December 28th, 2005, 10:51 AM
Le Pen is a typical Breton name ! It means "the head".

Death and the Sun
Wednesday, December 28th, 2005, 03:57 PM
I'm not in charge of making policy here, but imo people from Bretagne are fine.

Btw one of my friends is a quasi-Nordish Frenchman from Champagne --perhaps not exactly welcome here, but still a very intelligent, decent and racially aware European man.

I have nothing in particular against (non-mixed) Mediterranen Europeans, although this is not the right place for them. But Northern France imo fits into the circle of tNP's influence.

So, to make a long story short, as far as I myself am concerned you are welcome here.

Thursday, December 29th, 2005, 05:55 PM
Västra kvadranten är mest invecklad: Utom Bretagne och några starkare nordinslag i ett par bördigare trakter i norr (Loire-dalen m.m.) en verklig trasmatta av övervägande mediterrana (av olika primitivitet) och alpina områden, ännu på 1800-talet ofta med häpnadsväckande skarpa gränser. Bretagne har utom detta även rätt mycket nordatlantin ras, åtm. övervägande genom invasionen av brittiska kelter, som flydde för anglosaxarna.

The western quadrant is the most intricate: With the exception of Bretagne and a few stronger nordid elements in a number of more fertile northern parts (Loire-valley)it is a real rag-rug of predominantly mediterranid (of different primitivity) and alpinid regions, even in the nineteenth century with astonishingly sharp borders. Bretagne has beside these quite much north-atlantid elements, atleast predomintantly through the invasion of British Kelts, who fled the Anglo-Saxons.