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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    This is the case with any continental nordids, nothing wrong with it. Norids, Keltic nordids, North atlantid... the short Nordid is something seen in northern france as well.

    Half of the people you pictures are politicians, the ugliest/oddest caste of any country. They are not representative of Belgians at all; they are even less nordid than Walloons and I am one.

    Now, the CM/UP element and the Atlantid element are very frequent all over Belgium but it's true for the Netherlands as well.
    How do you classify one of WWIIs greatest hero, who was a Walloon:
    General Leon DEGRELLE?
    Aryans do NOT have to be blond and blue eyed, many are mixtures with others besides the Nordid elements.

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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred
    and the French have smaller heads than Walloons.
    I'd say Walloons tend to be, on average, more brachy than French who are more dolicho.

    Anecdotically, where I live in Wallonia there are a LOOOOT of french people (it's the 1st "immigrant" population),
    Ca est un scandale ça une fois!

    we used to spot the french girls vs walloon girls, and we noticed than French girls have almost all that pointy chin while walloon girls have rounder features, french are darker and thinner, more "gracile"
    Interesting. Could you post a few examples, please?

    @Desert Fox: Léon Degrelle wasn't Walloon (French from his father side and some German roots from his mother).
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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Fox View Post
    How do you classify one of WWIIs greatest hero, who was a Walloon:
    General Leon DEGRELLE?
    I am not sure but I think he has partial French ancestry, and I think besides his Walloon accent he has something of a french way to express himself.
    I think he was dinaro-alpinid, perhaps subnordic, but he seems to have a Keltic element to him, but I am not sure this is a wild guess.
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    Ca est un scandale ça une fois!
    Je l'attendais celle la :p
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    Interesting. Could you post a few examples, please??
    Mmmh it is quite hard to post exemples since most Walloon women who are known in France (cecile de france, marie gillain, alexandra vandernoot...) made it in Paris BECAUSE they fit the french look.

    Cecile De France, looks quite Walloon (rounder features), she is a redhead who dyed her hair darker.


    Marie Gillain is a purebred from my hometown Liège but looks much more French than Belgian, and this is due to the chin.


    One very "Walloon" face known in France is Virgine Efira (even though "Efira" isn't very belgian), I think she looks quite Belgian anyway.


    Sophie Marceau and Audrey Tautou for exemple, look very french, not belgian (more mediteranean type of skin and finer features).

    I can spot the difference between them but I cannot really point the finger at.

    Quote Originally Posted by Weg View Post
    @Desert Fox: Léon Degrelle wasn't Walloon (French from his father side and some German roots from his mother).
    Walloon is not really a race, there are many walloons who have a french descendant or a german descendant it doesn't make them less Walloon, he is born in Bouillon.

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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

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    @Desert Fox: Léon Degrelle wasn't Walloon (French from his father side and some German roots from his mother).[/QUOTE]

    Wow! That was certainly a great mixture then......

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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    Anyway I noticed in Flanders that some people (some celebrities) enjoyed looking as mediteranean as possible, through tanning or make up; I think this is due to the fact that in intellectual circles, the Nordics were seen historically as peasants, whereas mediteranean people were the "bringer of civilization" through Roman culture. The Flemish always felt oppressed by this and I think this is the origin of today's revival of the Flemish culture and rejection of the French language. It seems that in Sweden this is the case as well, in Stockholm I heard that people of the higher class are slightly darker haired.

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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    I am not sure but I think he has partial French ancestry, and I think besides his Walloon accent he has something of a french way to express himself.
    His father was indeed a French who moved to "Belgium" with three of his brothers (Jesuits) ; they left France during "Combism" (a period of hardcore anti-clericalism led by Emile Combes).

    Je l'attendais celle la :p
    I couldn't help myself, sorry.

    One very "Walloon" face known in France is Virgine Efira (even though "Efira" isn't very belgian), I think she looks quite Belgian anyway.
    I've always thought she was a jewess.

    Vandernoot sounds quite Flemish, btw.

    More "famous Belgians" in France:

    Axelle Red (Flemish)




    Arno (Charles Ernest Hintjens -Flemish)


    Maureen Dor (Walloon? Odd lastname)


    Philippe Geluck (Neither Flemish nor Walloon, IMO)


    Sophie Marceau and Audrey Tautou for exemple, look very french, not belgian (more mediteranean type of skin and finer features).
    Tautou is Alpinid. Marceau AM.

    Walloon is not really a race, there are many walloons who have a french descendant or a german descendant it doesn't make them less Walloon, he is born in Bouillon.
    Of course it's not. Walloon is an ethncity and not all babies born in Walloonia are Walloon. Anyway, he actually felt "Belgian".
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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    Quote Originally Posted by Weg View Post
    I couldn't help myself, sorry.
    Note that the "Une fois" isn't really heard that much in Belgium, I don't know where you French got that from I think some people in Brussels speak like that but I am not sure.
    Quote Originally Posted by Weg View Post
    Vandernoot sounds quite Flemish, btw.
    She is a Francophone from Brussels; not quite Walloon, not quite Flemish.
    Quote Originally Posted by Weg View Post
    Axelle Red (Flemish)
    She is from Limbourg (eastern Flanders) and speak remarkably good, non-accented French for a Flemish. Besides I think she share her phenotype with french actress Emmanuelle Beart; and they share the same shitty political ideology (droit de l'hommiste, sauvons l'afrique!)
    Quote Originally Posted by Weg View Post
    Arno
    I like him; he is very very Flemish (I think he is a Keltic Nordic), and said the girls from my hometown (Liege) were the best looking in belgium:p
    Quote Originally Posted by Weg View Post
    Maureen Dor (Walloon? Odd lastname)
    Looks quite Walloon.
    Quote Originally Posted by Weg View Post
    Philippe Geluck (Neither Flemish nor Walloon, IMO)
    He looks TYPICALLY like how I picture someone from Brussels IMO (like the guy with the glasses in the first post of the thread).

    Another one; Georges Simenon looks very Walloon (bigger head than French)

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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Note that the "Une fois" isn't really heard that much in Belgium, I don't know where you French got that from I think some people in Brussels speak like that but I am not sure.
    Je connais le Belge, sais-tu! I don't know where it comes from...

    Besides I think she share her phenotype with french actress Emmanuelle Beart; and they share the same shitty political ideology (droit de l'hommiste, sauvons l'afrique!)
    My thought as well. Their lips make me think to a duck.

    Another one; Georges Simenon looks very Walloon (bigger head than French)



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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhairav View Post
    Its not true about Tobback. It would be a well known fact, and he is too old to have an immigrant mother... Probably some Hunnic DNA that popped up, or a strange coincidence of features that are typical for asians in one face... Who knows. Probably Lord Shiva does.
    Tobback's granddad was a salesman (tapestry), and married a girl he met while being on a business trip in the Ottoman Empire.

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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Anyway I noticed in Flanders that some people (some celebrities) enjoyed looking as mediteranean as possible, through tanning or make up; I think this is due to the fact that in intellectual circles, the Nordics were seen historically as peasants, whereas mediteranean people were the "bringer of civilization" through Roman culture. The Flemish always felt oppressed by this and I think this is the origin of today's revival of the Flemish culture and rejection of the French language. It seems that in Sweden this is the case as well, in Stockholm I heard that people of the higher class are slightly darker haired.
    "Revival" of culture maybe, not of the nordics...

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