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  1. I am I1, the paternal line came from the Isle of...

    I am I1, the paternal line came from the Isle of Man...not really surprising given the Norse colonization/governance of the island in the early Medieval period...but still, finding the Viking...
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    It's interesting that when classifying one person...

    It's interesting that when classifying one person with a weird look out of millions of Caucasians, the automatic assumption is admixture.

    Millions upon millions of gene combinations will simply...
  3. "Elohim" is the name of God used by Noah in his...

    "Elohim" is the name of God used by Noah in his blessing on Japheth, which is a plural noun (probably indicating the Trinity, or general virtues/spiritual truths/Plato's forms/the Logos); whereas the...
  4. Re-Germanize the Church and we can destroy our...

    Re-Germanize the Church and we can destroy our enemies.

    I have a few ideas how to get started...

    Understanding who Japheth was and what his descendants were promised is the best place to start.
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    Important!  Idyllic! Thanks for this!

    Idyllic! Thanks for this!
  6. To be fair to Westboro Baptist, they absolutely...

    To be fair to Westboro Baptist, they absolutely hate Jews. +1.

    There is a Norse proverb I read years ago, and I can't remember it exactly but I will paraphrase:

    Great wisdom is often found in...
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    Important!  Objective reason can lead to personal morality...

    Objective reason can lead to personal morality for someone with a 110+ IQ I would imagine...but what about the rest with little reasoning skills? They absolutely need absolutes. This is probably why,...
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    Important!  Good debate here, both sides. Some points to...

    Good debate here, both sides.

    Some points to ponder for both: In the Old Testament, at the blessings of Shem and Japheth, when Noah uses the word "God" in his blessing of Shem, he uses the term...
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    Important!  Bluebonnets in the Texas Hill country. ...

    Bluebonnets in the Texas Hill country.

    http://i1180.photobucket.com/albums/x416/VikingManx/Bluebonnets1.jpg
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    So... ...looking, smelling, touching, and...

    So...

    ...looking, smelling, touching, and listening are still better at describing damn near every single aspect of life than Franz Boas?

    I thought so.
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    Important! Poll! We have owned and bred miniature Dachshunds since...

    We have owned and bred miniature Dachshunds since I was a very young boy. Those little rascals have attitude, courage, and personality that far outsize their tiny bodies!

    So I suppose...dog...
  12. Sigh. Sometimes I wonder when I hear from...

    Sigh.

    Sometimes I wonder when I hear from right-thinking individuals in sacred Europe whether or not a Renaissance for our race is possible. I am of Colonial British (there's that word again)...
  13. Embrace it. Tribalism is taking over in...

    Embrace it. Tribalism is taking over in Europe...just look at what Le Pen said about incorporating the Walloons into France....

    This can be a good thing. For one: It encourages ethnic...
  14. No Brunns?

    No Brunns?
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    She looks like British-descended girls of the...

    She looks like British-descended girls of the lower classes in my area. If I saw her on the street, I would assume she is unmarried with one or more bastard children.
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    Tebow is one exceedingly excellent individual in...

    Tebow is one exceedingly excellent individual in the Judaized/Negrified era of hoodlum athletes leading our sons down the path of lowest/denominator.

    I have been a huge fan for years.

    Yes he...
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    I think that for Germanic Americans, George...

    I think that for Germanic Americans, George Washington is as chivalric and masculine a role model as you can find.

    He is also a blood-and-soil hero as father of the nation, which makes him even...
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    Ive been meaning to get a classification thread...

    Ive been meaning to get a classification thread going on her, glad someone else got around to it. She is quite a looker, I agree. Looking "correct" in Britain makes sense given her surname, at...
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    I completely agree. Between the "gentry" types...

    I completely agree. Between the "gentry" types of AngloSaxon farmgirls and their German cousins, Texas has some of the most attractive women in the world.

    Too bad they arent having children...
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    Assimilating the bastards is the worst possible...

    Assimilating the bastards is the worst possible outcome.
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    Put a Stetson on him and he is an average older...

    Put a Stetson on him and he is an average older British-descended gentleman in my neck of the woods. Something about his appearance always gives me a grandfatherly-impression. Very warm and...
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    Psychological problems do seem common, but not...

    Psychological problems do seem common, but not only in "halstatt" populations, from my experience anyway.

    All high-IQ Northern Euro-descended people seem to have a tendency towards introversion,...
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    Reivers surname lists look like the pages from my...

    Reivers surname lists look like the pages from my high-school annual. Reivers violence looks eerily similar to local honkytonks on any given weekend as well.
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    If the Brunn element is pre-celtic, do we know...

    If the Brunn element is pre-celtic, do we know for sure that they spoke a non-IE language? Or could they possibly have spoken a proto-Germanic dialect?
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    Exactly. Assimilation is the worst outcome,...

    Exactly.

    Assimilation is the worst outcome, since it inevitably leads to blood-pollution.:thumbdown
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