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  1. From her statement: ...

    From her statement:


    (http://lezgetreal.com/2011/11/sasha-grey-vows-to-continue-reading-to-children/)

    That's disturbing. Your past has got no influence at all on who you are?
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    You should purchase Castes and Races by Schuon.

    You should purchase Castes and Races by Schuon.
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    Radulfr, Thanks you for your reply, since...

    Radulfr,

    Thanks you for your reply, since your comment marks the first discussion in this thread.

    To first get this straight: I used some figurative speech and similes which you presumably...
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    Radulfr, I don't think you get the term of...

    Radulfr, I don't think you get the term of "organisation" as how Bernhard and myself (and maybe Elessar?) understand it. "Structured" is maybe a better term.



    Quotes like these just make me...
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    Good point. We shouldn't forget the parallels...

    Good point. We shouldn't forget the parallels with eastern Indo-European cultures, like those of Persia, Iran and again Vedic India.

    It is said in many of these early scriptures (far earlier then...
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    As far as I know these "colours" does not...

    As far as I know these "colours" does not necessarily equal "skin colour" in the sense of the white powerfull man and the lower caste of the black man.
    But, the Sanskrit word used to describe your...
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    Because this is not a discussion yet, but just an...

    Because this is not a discussion yet, but just an inventory of people's ideas on the subject, I will now try to connects some dots if I may, because it's interesting food for thought.

    I think...
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    Myself, like Elessar, I have a problem with the...

    Myself, like Elessar, I have a problem with the Neo-Pagan view of everything that is organised being bad and negative, just as the black and white view of Paganism vs. Christianity being the ultimate...
  9. Nazi's and Dogs - An Article of Arnon Grunberg on the "company Poodle"-incident

    I've put this in the English part because I thought more people should read this.

    Arnon Grunberg is a Jewish Dutch author who has a daily column in the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant. Today he...
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    Poll! No, I doesn't. The sides (and probably the back...

    No, I doesn't. The sides (and probably the back too) are too thick compared to the hair on top. See the picture posted by Jarlsson for a comparison.
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    What comes to mind when reading this interesting...

    What comes to mind when reading this interesting thread is that some people don't know where the term comes from and most (if not all) people like the term, because christians see it as a negative...
  12. From what I've read, a lot of place names around...

    From what I've read, a lot of place names around Drenthe are thought to be very, very old. They are so-called "eenstammig" (I don't know the English word at this moment, but I presume you can read...
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    Hopefully it will all be OK soon.

    Hopefully it will all be OK soon.
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    Important!  I just came across this passage about the Cimbri...

    I just came across this passage about the Cimbri and Teutones of between 108 and 101 BC:

    "The personal names of their leaders, such as are known, are all purely Celtic, and passages from...
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    NTR Brengt De Slavernij Op Televisie

    http://www.nu.nl/media/2522975/ntr-brengt-slavernij-televisie.html

    In navolging van de fantastische serie "De Oorlog" (klik hier) wordt nu dit andere "gevoelige deel van onze vaderlandse...
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    We don't have to ask from what kind of people...

    We don't have to ask from what kind of people that comes from...
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    Important!  I would like to contribute by naming tribes that...

    I would like to contribute by naming tribes that are possibly are very early or pre-Germanic.

    Three different cultures are believed to be Germanic, as they spoke the Germanic language instead of...
  18. I completely agree with you on this. That's why...

    I completely agree with you on this. That's why I'm so critical about plotting a tribe name on a map; I would also like to trace roots of a certain German (sub)group back as far as possible and that...
  19. I am familiair with grouping of pottery, as well...

    I am familiair with grouping of pottery, as well as other archealogical artefacts like fibula or sword types etc. Todd's De Germanen (the Dutch translation that is) has been on my book shelf for...
  20. Valkar, Thanks for your reply. I can now see...

    Valkar,

    Thanks for your reply. I can now see some things you pointed out are more probable then I thought before. Though I still have a question.

    How are material remains like pottery...
  21. "Dutch" tribes part II - The Frisians

    For the Frisians it is more or less easier to verify their ancestors. This is because of the fact they are called Frisii during the Roman occupation, it is known that some of them migrated to East...
  22. Valkar, I wrote my previous post to show that...

    Valkar,

    I wrote my previous post to show that Germanic (or pure/mixed with Celtic) tribes named during the Roman occupation cannot be put in modern geographical terms without investigation. I...
  23. "Dutch" tribes part I - The Franks

    In this thread some tribes who used to inhabit the Netherlands are named. I think we should make a separation in times here. I will try to sketch a chronology.

    First during the Roman occupation...
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    Interesting. It's also notable to think about the...

    Interesting. It's also notable to think about the inner struggle or Holy War, which isn't always the same as a war between nations, but surely within the nature of us Germanics.

    About the subject...
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    Important!  Just a little detail; "Meerblad" isn't Frisian,...

    Just a little detail; "Meerblad" isn't Frisian, just another word for "Plompeblad" in Dutch. The Frisian word is "Pompeblêd".
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