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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

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    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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    You really hallucinate nordics in Belgium/Flanders. You just pick out nordic types and focus on them. Sure there are nodric features, especially manifested in eye and hair color. But its just not the same as "true nordics", which are very rare here. I really think there is an identity crisis going on amongst a certain amount Flemmings.

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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhairav View Post
    I really think there is an identity crisis going on amongst a certain amount Flemmings.
    You're obviously referring to those who continue to support the Belgian state, against the interests of their nation.

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    i have a strong adverse towards Flemish nationalism. Its based on a collective identity crisis amongst people that are desperate for a frame of reference in this "complicated" changing world.
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    You really hallucinate nordics in Belgium/Flanders. You just pick out nordic types and focus on them. Sure there are nodric features, especially manifested in eye and hair color. But its just not the same as "true nordics", which are very rare here.
    Nordids would be rare, yes. But nordics - not Nordids, mind you - and nordic features make up a great deal of the Flemish population. And not the like of Louis Tobback.

    You got no basic respect for Flemish identity, Flemish concerns or nationalism & you post swarthy pictures of "Flemish" people whose background you never checked. That's my conclusion.

    But I guess, after we go for Dinarid, our identity crisis will soon be solved here, up north, ain't it? Curiously, but I'm not buying it.
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    Re: Dinaric features in Belgium

    I am noy buying what you say.
    When I look around me. I rarely see much that suits your opinion.
    I was talking about features by the way, not entire faces.
    So maybe both our opinions suit in one face, if you know what I mean. What you think about that? :p

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    How does it come that there are some many Dinarics in Belgium?
    For me it's not the typical Dinaric country (or is it a Dinaric country ) ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhairav View Post
    I am a Belgian, and i see LOTS of people with dinaric and alpine features here. Some look Spanish.
    I don't understand some Flemish nationalists who see Belgians, even those in the north, as Nordic types mostly. I just don't see it. Maybe there are some areas in Flanders where the nordic features are slightly more dominant, like in West-Flanders province, but i have had colleagues from there who were very dark.
    Blondism is something more common amongst children and younger people. Apart from Blondism, people here have often a roundish face, caused by broad cheekbones (not by a small head, i have read Belgians have the largest heads in Europe or so...).Nordic features are mostly seen in blue eyes and (mostly dark) blond hair. Foreigners also say that we have often an olive-ish/grey-ish skin color... And our stubbornity is reflected in our 'ethnic' features.
    If you watch Belgian TV, you'll see what i mean. You'll rarely see a "true aryan". I have only seen a few of those here, and one of them is Dutch...

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    Yes, there are Belgians who would definitely qualify as Dinarids. However, Belgium is definitely not your typical or commonly Dinaric country. Belgium is more of the Nordid (Keltic variety not so much Hallstatt), Borreby, Alpinid and Subnordid country. Other types are found, but they don't dominate, also there are some North-Atlantids, Dalofaelids, Atlantids too.

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