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    Post Re: Countries That Are Predominantly Germanic

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Jarl
    I have a, once again, "considerable" amount of Germanic blood, though I'm not a typical example, for my main part of Germanic blood is Swedish, and then English, plus a minimal amount of Norman, German and possibly Swiss blood. I came to Skadi (found it after searching for "Germanic" or something Germanic on the web) because of my partial Germanic heritage, though I feel I have no right to consider myself "Germanic".
    Why not?
    "Germanic" doesnt mean "German".
    The Normans were also Germanic (French nobility which originated from Danish and a few Swedish and Norwegian viking conquerers).

    The Viking colony of the Seine, largely Danish, had Rolf (Rollo/Rollon) as leader from around AD 887. He was the son of a Norwegian jarl. Without doubt, it was under his impetus that, from around the start of 10th century, the Scandinavians became attracted to the idea of settling on a long term basis in the area. In AD 911, Rollo started negotiations with the king, Charles the Simple, in order to formalise the Norman sovereignty which already existed de facto in the lower Seine territories. This resulted, in the same year, in the Treaty of Saint-Clair-sur-Epte, in which the Frankish king gave up to the Vikings a territory corresponding roughly to the eventual French départements of Seine-Maritime and Eure.
    http://www.viking.no/e/france/contribution.html

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    Post Re: Countries That Are Predominantly Germanic

    Quote Originally Posted by maskedhate
    Argentina have some germanic elements, but the majority of population is composed by spaniards/italians descendants (and we can knw it just walking in the streets), so we can call Argentina a Romance pred. country
    That's what I figured of course, that's why Argentina only gets an honorable mention. But it kinda seems like an ideal place to live, based on the climate, location, and environment anyway.

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    Post Re: Countries That Are Predominantly Germanic

    Quote Originally Posted by Siegfried
    I am surprised South Africa hasn't been mentioned yet. There is also a Germanic community in former Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) which is de facto being repressed and persecuted by the racist government there.
    Can't believe I forgot them!

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    Post Re: Countries That Are Predominantly Germanic

    Quote Originally Posted by NordicPower88
    Why not?
    "Germanic" doesnt mean "German".
    The Normans were also Germanic (French nobility which originated from Danish and a few Swedish and Norwegian viking conquerers).
    Thanks, I know this, but I meant that I don't claim to be Germanic as I have non - Germanic blood (Romance) too. Back in my post I was talking about my Germanic side - not my entire heritage.

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    Post Re: Countries That Are Predominantly Germanic

    Quote Originally Posted by NordicPower88

    Australia
    Austria
    Denmark
    England
    Germany
    Iceland
    Northern Italy
    Norway
    Scotland
    South Africa
    Sweden

    Honourable mention:
    Argentina (many Germans went here after WW2, much German blood)
    Canada
    Czechoslovakia
    Finland (A few Swedish immigrants, many Finnish people seem Germanic)
    Ireland- (If they're celtic they're germanic)
    Northern Poland (which still has some Geman descendants leftover from Prussia)
    Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia may have some good Germanic blood as well
    Hungary may also still have some Germanic blood left...
    United States

    Question: Are the modern Dutch, Belgian, and Swiss people Germanic? What about Lichtenstein and Luxembourg?
    I'm not not sure why you accept Australia, Northern Italy and Scotland as Germanic without hesitation, but you are unsure of the last five, even the Dutch. I can understand why one might see Flemish and Swiss people as not very Germanic in comparison to Danes or Swedes, but they are almost certainly more Germanic than the English, at least culturally.

    How could Scots and Australians be more Germanic than the Dutch? The Dutch, at least those of the Northern half of the country, would surely be as Germanic as North Germans.

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    Post Re: Countries That Are Predominantly Germanic

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Jarl
    Thanks, I know this, but I meant that I don't claim to be Germanic as I have non - Germanic blood (Romance) too. Back in my post I was talking about my Germanic side - not my entire heritage.


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    Post Re: Countries That Are Predominantly Germanic

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhydderch
    I'm not not sure why you accept Australia, Northern Italy and Scotland as Germanic without hesitation, but you are unsure of the last five, even the Dutch.

    How could Scots and Australians be more Germanic than the Dutch?
    I think if you read her post more carefully you would know she never said she thought the Scots and Australians are more Germanic than the Dutch, she asked if they were Germanic also. Her question has been answered.
    The Dutch are, most Belgians are (Flemish), 65% of the Swiss are, nearly all the folk from Lichtenstein are, as for Luxembourg im not to sure i think its mixed German/French but im not too sure.
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    Post Re: Countries That Are Predominantly Germanic

    Quote Originally Posted by Wayfarer
    I think if you read her post more carefully you would know she never said she thought the Scots and Australians are more Germanic than the Dutch
    If you read my post more carefully you can see I never claimed she said that

    In fact, If I had read her post less carefully I may not have noticed the implications that logically follow from it

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    Post Re: Countries That Are Predominantly Germanic

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhydderch
    If you read my post more carefully you can see I never claimed she said that
    How could Scots and Australians be more Germanic than the Dutch? Qo Rydderch

    So who was that question directed to?

    You quoted her post saying how you cant understand how she accepts some Germanic countries as Germanic and not others, then you pose the question how can Scots and Australians be more Germanic than the Dutch.

    the "logical implication" is that since noone made that claim and you are replying to her post then the assumption is the question must have been posed to her.
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    Scots is our mither tung; an gin we dinna hain it,
    thare naebody gaun tae hain it for us.


    Scots is our mother tongue; and if we do not preserve it,
    nobody will preserve it for us.

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    Post Re : Countries That Are Predominantly Germanic

    Quote Originally Posted by NordicPower88
    Here is my list:

    Non Germanic Europeans:

    France
    Spain
    Portugal

    (...)
    "France" doesn't mean anything. There is no such thing as the "french folk". I will never understand how the concept of "France" can be used in a völkisch context (the "peuple français" subsection is nonsense. "french-speaking germanics" section would make much more sense).

    How can you select parts of Italy, and on the same time, count France as a whole non-germanic ? France which includes Southern Flanders, Elsass ?

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