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    Question How Similar Do You View the Colonies/New World?

    I wonder if anyone will actually be brave enough to answer this ....

    Do Europeans tend to view Australia, America (north and south), New Zealand and other countries that began as European colonies of some sort, as being pretty much the same? Socially, culturally, racially etc....

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    Re: People of the former colonies...

    Yes, America is an exception though, but the Commonwealth .. yes.
    "Nothing is more disgusting than the majority: because it consists of a few powerful predecessors, of rogues who adapt themselves, of weak who assimilate themselves, and the masses who imitate without knowing at all what they want." (Johann Wolfgang Goethe)

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    AW: People of the former colonies...

    Yes, I would also say that -except USA- (it´s something different, I´d say) people of European heritage in former colonies belong to our "traditional" European folkgroup.

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    Re: People of the former colonies...

    Yes the vast majority of U.S.Americans have a mentality a little bit different from their European Ancestors.Australians,Africaners etc are more close to European mentality than Americans!
    If i must immigrate against Europe i would choose Argentina as very close to my GrecoRomancy heritage and mentality!
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    AW: People of the former colonies...

    Do Europeans tend to view Australia, America (north and south), New Zealand and other countries that began as European colonies of some sort, as being pretty much the same? Socially, culturally, racially etc....
    The United States, because of their importance, are mostly regarded for themselves anyway here. Canada and Australia are npticed here more or less as great, unaffected spaces covered with trees or sheep, respectively, into which one can drop out of all the turbulence here.

    But generally, yes, the difference in many basic aspects between the Anglo-Saxon-North European-stamped former British settler-colonies and the Ibero-American world is certainly noticed here.
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    Re: AW: People of the former colonies...

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordgau
    Canada.....are noticed here more or less as great, unaffected spaces covered with trees...... into which one can drop out of all the turbulence here.
    Sounds just about right to me.

    I have some English-Canadian (ooops! hyphenation!! ) heritage and I've always wondered if I could use that to leverage citizenship and go stick my head in the Cape Breton Highlands in an effort to get away from this mess that we've made.

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    Thumbs Up Re: People of the former colonies...

    Thanks everyone for your replies.

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    On Colonials

    Quote Originally Posted by Stirpes
    Some Issues of Concern

    Colonials:
    This is not a forum to provide a touristic view of Europe. It is neither a forum for claiming such or such European origins. The views of the peoples from the Colonies about Europe, especially those living in the US of A and Canada, are, a priori, distorted and of no interest to the preservation of Europe. Furthermore, the issues that concern North America are strange and not exportable to Europe; consequently, a nuisance and a waste of resources to Stirpes, thus strongly discouraged.

    Whilst we count with a reduced number of Colonial residents on Stirpes, who we consider friends and kin to us, we do not welcome the massive assembly of Colonials.

    Please, if you belong to the category of Colonials and want to visit us, respect our space of political discussion and keep a profile as low as possible.




    Quote Originally Posted by Tryggvi
    Maybe that's why.

    Strangely, there is no mention of Hispanic American Colonials in this statement.

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    Re: Which Skadi Members do you Miss?

    Quote Originally Posted by Allenson
    Strangely, there is no mention of Hispanic American Colonials in this statement.
    Wouldn't they be included in the term "Colonials" along with Non-Hispanic American Colonials?

    Would it not be rather strange if they did get a special mention?

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    Re: Which Skadi Members do you Miss?

    Quote Originally Posted by Milesian
    Wouldn't they be included in the term "Colonials" along with Non-Hispanic American Colonials?

    Would it not be rather strange if they did get a special mention?
    My point was that there is specific reference to North America with no mention of the southern continent--in the passage that I quoted. Coincidence? I think not.

    So, of course they (Hispanic Colonials) would fall under the broad parachute of "Colonials" but the lack of mention there and the specific mention of the Anglophonic north is curious indeed.

    Really though, it's no matter.

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