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    Inferiority Complex

    I do want to thank those of you who replied to my post. It was very reassuring to hear your kind words. Again, thank you.

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    Do Non-Germanics Have an Inferiority Complex in Relation to Germanics?

    Yes, I think they have...
    I see that the south and east european countries(non Germanic countries), are always try to be on the same level with germanics, Italians, Spaniards, Poles and rusians etc etc really wanted to be like us. By knowing in their hearts they're not, pisses them off.

    Like I said before:
    White unity is one thing, being Germanic is another
    ''Ginds de Waal, daar weer de IJssel, dan de Maas en ook de Rijn. Geeft ons recht om heel ons leven trots op Gelderland te zijn.''

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plantagenet View Post
    Yeah, there is nothing wrong with not having the stereotypical blonde-hair blue-eyed look.

    As to the original question, I would say in general the answer is yes. Most people probably do have an inferiority complex in relation to Germanics as a whole, especially considering the last 400 years or so of world history in which the Germanic people rose to be the most dominant, powerful, and successful ethnic group, perhaps of all times. I would say this even more so applies to the English, who in my opinion receive more hatred and envy than any group of people. Of course the Germans have been subjected to years of anti-Nazi propaganda, so it may lead some to have disdain for Germans above all other people, but on an international scale I would say the English are the most hated due to feelings of inferiority. I would go so far as to say that a heterosexual, Christian, Anglo-Saxon male who is not a leftist and possess a sense of racial/ethnic awareness and pride may be the most hated entity on Earth. Perhaps this is why the politically correct and cultural Marxist movements are explicitly aimed at these groups above all others.

    However, I don't think everyone has an inferiority complex toward Germanics. In general I would say that the French and Italians on average view themselves as more cultured and superior to Germanics. Of course I wouldn't accept this to be true, but I will admit that aside from Germanic people, the French and Italians probably possess the most historical accomplishment and have the most to be proud of.
    You have some good insight here. My question: What do you think about Asian accomplishments relatively speaking? Particularly the Japanese or South Koreans?

    Just curious

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    Regarding the OP: I personally feel that if there is an inferiority complex targeted in the direction of Germanic people, it's pretty easy to see how this complex may have developed in other non-Germanics over the course of the past 300 years or so.....while there is more of a backlash now against whites now than there ever has been in recent history, it is largely due to colonialization of other places by the Germanic people who have done more of this than any other group I can think of....except perhaps the Spanish?

    Germanic people have held most parts of the world in their collective hands for a very long time. Much of it, I can feel proud of, but I'd be lying to myself if I said I was proud of all of it.

    Just my opinion.

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    It's hard to believe that non-germanics would generally have any inferiority complex, that'd be caused by weak understanding of ones own culture and heritage. The Germanics simply span such a vast part of Europe, and all Europeans are concidered brothers by the WN oriented folks and such. Thus, when they're rejected by forums such as this, it creates bitterness.

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    I think if someone has known people their ancestors descended from throughout time, who weren't Germanic, say, they were Italian or Greek or Native American, they may get jealous when another person claims just Germanic ancestry.

    But every single person has their own people they descended from throughout time, they should be proud of it because it makes them unique.

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    I have quite a bit of Scots, Welsh and French background, and I can tell you with certainty that none of them feels inferior to the Germanic people they married or whom they know or who they relate to in other contexts.

    Quite the opposite, in fact, especially with the Scots and Welsh. My French ancestors (my dad is mostly Scots and French, some German) dislikes his French ancestors, loves his Scots ancestors and upholds some of their traditions, didn't know his German grandmother well but has no reason to dislike her - but most of all, considers himself an American, and as such, has opinions about most non-American cultures that aren't exactly evidence of "feeling inferior." I'd say most Americans in my family don't feel inferior to Germanics or to any other culture (although it's time that Americans took a look in the mirror - at least once in awhile).
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    The Finns are a good example of people who have an inferiority complex in relation to Germanics. In their case it's in relaton to the Swedish minority in their own country.

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    Most non-Germanics are arrogant and delusional and have been built up by the media outlets.

    But I've known a few that know their place... It's good that they have an inferiority complex, that they look up to Germanics and let them lead.

    Unfortunately most of them are too stupid to see reality and only reflect the mass subconscious or whatever TV tells them.

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    For sure, there are many non-Germanic groups that have an inferiority complex in relation to us.

    It's probably quite justified though, as is my superiority complex towards them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattis View Post
    The Finns are a good example of people who have an inferiority complex in relation to Germanics. In their case it's in relaton to the Swedish minority in their own country.
    Since you say they are a good example, are there any research results or other solid illustrations avalaible on this matter?

    Or of any alleged inferiority complexes the other Europeans are having over the Germanics in general?

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