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    Re: Which countries are Germanic?

    Quote Originally Posted by bulldog
    Again you misinterpt my reasoning, I don't have any objections to Germanic solitarity, I was just saying that the general population of the Germanic countries don't see it.

    It is manley seen and discussed on these type of web sites, but does not exist in the real world,
    This is not really correct.

    You are right that the term or concept "Germanic" is not really actively and consciously used; but it is, beyond the nation or ethnicity, the only wider concept that is subconsciously acknowledged by literally every Germanic and thus has non-artificial significance.

    People use unprecise terms to refer to "Germanic."

    Let me give you an example. When the resistance in Germany shouts slogans like "Foreigners out!" or when the average German criticizes immigration, he, in his mind, doesn't refer to all foreigners, i. e. to all non-FRG citizens.

    What he means are definitely non-Europeans (even non-European citizens of Germany) but he also means and includes some Europeans: the Albanians, the Yugoslavs, the Russians, the Poles, the Greeks and the Portuguese. Whom he doesn't include are the Swedes, the Dutchmen, and the Austrians.

    So what he basically means is "Non-Germanics out!" Surely, borders are always blurred and everybody has his highly personal concept of what he means by said "foreigners." Some might have a more European concept and might not mind Italians or Western Europeans either; others might have no problems with Finns, while others again dislike even the Germanic Englishmen. But if one looks at the closest resemblance of what people mean by "foreigners" in such a context, one typically finds it resembles non-Germanics the most -- and not non-Europeans, and this despite the intensive pro-European propaganda since WW2.

    It is remarkable how much the average Germanic of an ethnicity can identify with and comes along with Germanics of other ethnicities. There is a high degree of cultural and genetic resemblance -- and the average people just feel they have much in common and thus come along well, assimilate easily and respect each other.

    Nothing comparable can be said about "European" which is an artificial concept. What do the Irishmen have in common with Bulgarians, or the Russians with the Portuguese? "Europe" found its unity traditionally only through Christendom. The EU is as artificial, as the Austrian monarchy used to be.

    For the reasons I mentioned, I believe our common Germanic roots and identity should be brought into the consciousness of the people again. It comes naturally and intuitively to people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorburn View Post
    This is not really correct.

    You are right that the term or concept "Germanic" is not really actively and consciously used; but it is, beyond the nation or ethnicity, the only wider concept that is subconsciously acknowledged by literally every Germanic and thus has non-artificial significance.

    People use unprecise terms to refer to "Germanic."

    Let me give you an example. When the resistance in Germany shouts slogans like "Foreigners out!" or when the average German criticizes immigration, he, in his mind, doesn't refer to all foreigners, i. e. to all non-FRG citizens.

    What he means are definitely non-Europeans (even non-European citizens of Germany) but he also means and includes some Europeans: the Albanians, the Yugoslavs, the Russians, the Poles, the Greeks and the Portuguese. Whom he doesn't include are the Swedes, the Dutchmen, and the Austrians.
    So what he basically means are "Non-Germanics out!" Surely, borders are always blurred and everybody has his highly personal concept of what he means by said "foreigners." Some might have a more European concept and might not mind Italians or Western Europeans either; others might have no problems with Finns, while others again dislike even the Germanic Englishmen. But if one looks at the closest resemblance of what people mean by "foreigners" in such a context, one typically finds it resembles non-Germanics the most -- and not non-Europeans, and this despite the intensive pro-European propaganda since WW2.

    It is remarkable how much the average Germanic of an ethnicity can identify with and comes along with Germanics of other ethnicities. There is a high degree of cultural and genetic resemblance -- and the average people just feel they have much in common and thus come along well, assimilate easily and respect each other.

    Nothing comparable can be said about "European" which is an artificial concept. What do the Irishmen have in common with Bulgarians, or the Russians with the Portuguese? "Europe" found its unity traditionally only through Christendom. The EU is as artificial, as the Austrian monarchy used to be.

    For the reasons I mentioned, I believe our common Germanic roots and identity should be brought into the consciousness of the people again. It comes naturally and intuitively to people.
    I can't believe this post. Yes, this is what we think in America also but we really don't say it. I dislike "illegal aliens" and want them all rounded up and deported. Yet I know and have shielded Germans who where in the USA illegally and would shield other Germanics. In fact, I don't know anybody who would not unless they were perhaps of Irish extraction and hated English people but I have never seen this happen in practice. Canadians are here all the time and probably only restrained by the fact that they have to return to Canada every six months by their law. Americans certainly don't care. South Africans are another nationality which is never questioned. Nobody wants to even think about them "going back", which sounds like hell to us. Most Americans who are anti-immigration want Mexican immigration stopped but in their heat of hearts want "immigration" to be from lands compatable with our culture.

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    Re: Which countries are Germanic?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorburn View Post
    Nothing comparable can be said about "European" which is an artificial concept. What do the Irishmen have in common with Bulgarians, or the Russians with the Portuguese?
    You forgot the white skin colour. Which every American will agree is of highest importance. White Power! But, as the jews also are white, they must be included. They should enter the EU. And they will.
    "Europe" found its unity traditionally only through Christendom.
    Well, this is a statement. And what? If you look at the Islamic unity: what do such countries (and their peoples) as Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sudan, Morocco, Bosnia, Turkey do have in common? The Islamic World Conference comprises 52 countries and their nations. And it is very real and very powerful. It offers its adherents a crystal clear vision of a better life in a better world.

    We are lacking this spiritual unity. The vision for the Germanic People (to use that term) is National Socialism. Or Necessary Salvation as one English friend here has put it. I will not subject myself to liberalism, or "libertarianism", which are after all one and the same, only with some commas changed in their charts. So there is this great divide among Germanics, and we can not overcome it and time is running out.
    The EU is as artificial,
    Our whole modern way of life is artificial. So it's matching it.
    as the Austrian monarchy used to be.
    It is said that Churchill regretted deeply the breakup of the double-monarchy.
    For the reasons I mentioned, I believe our common Germanic roots and identity should be brought into the consciousness of the people again. It comes naturally and intuitively to people.
    How can you eradicate the memory of "King Arthur" which is so deeply ingrained into the minds of all English Speaking People? You can't. Arthur has driven away, has kicked out the Saxons from "Britain" for ever. He is still living somewhere in Avalon.

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    Re: Which countries are Germanic?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spjabork View Post
    You forgot the white skin colour. Which every American will agree is of highest importance. White Power! But, as the jews also are white, they must be included. They should enter the EU. And they will.
    Jews are not of European heritage, they immigratted to Europe, they also do not identify themselves as Europeans and are a semitic race from the Middle east.

    The first priority of the jews are for the jews, at the expense of all Europeans and European/Americans.

    In America the jews are slowly destroying the European culture that built this nation, with lies and slander.

    They have no bussioness in the EU, no more then the turks

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    Re: Which countries are Germanic?

    Quote Originally Posted by bulldog View Post
    Jews are not of European heritage, they immigratted to Europe, they also do not identify themselves as Europeans and are a semitic race from the Middle east.
    How can you make this clear to the wider public?It is so difficult to convince only one single "normal" German of that "obvious" truth. There are still endless discussions - in web-forums like this, for in real life any discussion is prohibited - about whether or not the jews are anything like a people (not race), rather than a nice "religious community". These endless discussions without any result will go on and on. And one reason is Carlton Coon-style "racism". Because this smart scientist declared all that is not black or yellow as being "white".
    The first priority of the jews are for the jews, at the expense of all Europeans and European/Americans.
    Yes. But the jewish thinking has sunk deeply into the minds of one part of the Germanic people. They think - as jews do - that for anything to do "money" (i.e. printed paper) is essentially needed. And this existential change of the mindset is, I feel, irreversible.

    When I say that Israel will enter the EU, then I do not approve of that. It is just the final consequence of sticking to liberalism/libertarianism. People should grasp what they advocate, should be aware of what they do and all illusions should vanish.

    They will drag EU and US into wars again and again. But as long as EU and US exist, in their present forms, this is inevitable. For both EU as well as US are based on jewish paper-money economy which itself is wrapped into liberalistic "democracy".
    They have no bussioness in the EU, no more then the turks
    Think of the meaning of the word 'business'.

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    Re: Which countries are Germanic?

    Practically every libertarian thinker in the USA is anti membership of NAFTA, UN, NATO, and so on. Practically every libertarian thinker in the UK is anti EU (at least).

    The EU is a left-corporatist Franco-German project at its heart. Libertarians traditionally do not want to clamp down on political/economic competition between states.

    Best to criticise liberalism/libertarianism on its own terms, not a "straw man" version. GWB is not liberal, these international institutions are not liberal organisations. The people running them pick and choose their ideology.

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    Re: Which countries are Germanic?

    Germany
    Austria
    Switzland
    Belgium
    Denmark
    Norway
    Sweden
    Ost Prussia(mixed between balts and germans)
    Iceland
    England(mixed between celts and germans)
    Irland(mixed between celts and germans)
    Spain(mixed between iberians and germans)
    France
    Northern Italy

    The last few countreis have probably washed out germanic blood
    Last edited by kangars; Sunday, March 18th, 2007 at 04:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lundi View Post
    The Faroese people are more heavily mixed with Celts than us, having had a lot more Celtic slaves and settlers during the Norse settlement period, plus the fact the islands where already settled quite heavily by Irish monks before Norwegian immigrants came there fleeing the tyranny of Harald I
    No.. not according to recent DNA tests.

    Faroes.
    Males are:
    87-95% related to scanidnavians.
    Female.
    83% related to scots.

    Iceland:
    Males.
    66% realted to scandinavians
    Females
    60% related to scots.

    Faroe Islands was settled first by monks. First of all monks don´t reproduce.. monks are all males also!!

    But written sources from Scotland tell that monks were in Faroe Islands returned to scotland during the winter.. But when they wantet to come up to Faroe Islands again Vikings lived there and the monkes refused to settle there because of the Heaten lifestyle...

    What is more germanic Faroe Islands or ICeland i don´t know for sure.. I believe it´s Faroe Islands...
    But one thing is for sure that is the fact that the male genes of Faroe islands are more germanic / scandinavian than of ICeland.

    Now having a distribution with primarily scandinavian male and scotish means that probably faroe islands was more kind of a base for Viking who continues to scotland... They took women for slaves into faroe islands.

    ICeland was probably more peacefull place where Celtics and Scandinavians lived in harmony and isolation... maybe they liked to move away as far as they could from Harald harfagre and the battles in Scotland.

    Faroese:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faroese_people
    DNA analyses revealed that Y chromosomes, tracing male descent, are 87% Scandinavian.[4] While mitochondrial DNA, tracing female descent, is 84% Scottish / Irish.[5]

    ICelantic:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Iceland
    Recent DNA analysis suggests that around 66 percent of the male settler-era population was of Norse ancestry, whereas the female population was 60 percent Celtic.[1]

    And the estimation of Scandinavian DNA is maybe even underestimated of their methods... They say that it could be even 95% of scandinavian origin.

    I like to think that faroese most frequent have brown. blond and ashgrey blond hair, compared to iceland.
    Where i think of Icelanders as more of red haired and black haired.

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    how did monks get to Iceland in the first place? Getting to Iceland was difficult even for a viking long ship full of experienced sailors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NordicPower View Post
    Here is my list:

    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?

    Non Germanic Europeans:

    France
    Spain
    Portugal
    Italy (except the north, old Tyrol)
    Russia
    Poland (except old Prussia)
    Croatia
    Bosnia & Herzogovina
    Slovenia

    Generalizations. What do you think?
    Helloooooo...... aren't we forgetting something here? The Netherlands for instance??
    Mannnn.... we almost invented the germanics

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