View Poll Results: Do you have non-Germanic or non-White relatives?

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  • My family is entirely Germanic.

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Thread: Do You Have Non-Germanic Or Non-White Relatives?

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    All my family that I know of is English (with the exception of biological relatives I do not know that may well exist), some of my mothers cousins are Canadian though. One of my dad's brothers moved his family to the USA. One of my cousins is as of recently dating a Japanese guy. I joked that she better be careful unless she unleash another Becky on the world. She is what I always tell people happens when the English and Japanese breed with one another.
    A* I’m a dreadful reactionary, Mrs. Helena. I don’t like this progress one bit.
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    A* But not against progress, I suppose?
    H* > I think not.
    A* That’s a shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taurinorum
    Why? It was simply meant for people of un-European ancestry, regardless of ethnicity. In an extended meaning, it could include all 'Caucasians' (Europids).
    Æmeric can speak for himself, but it was a capital 'W'. :p Ethnicity has everything to do with it. That said, my relatives openly recognise the non-European influences upon/attitudes present in contemporary Maltese society.

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    I have a first cousin who married a Jewish fellow.

    That's it. The rest of us are old stock Celtogermanic Americans.

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    An uncle from my mother's side married and had children with a half-Native American woman. An uncle from my father's side has been married and divorced numerous times so there could be some non-Celtogermanic or non-white wives that I am unfamiliar with. I have a great aunt who married and had children with a Polish man. So far, my many cousins have done well to marry other Celtogermanics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talan View Post
    Maltese relatives de jure on my mother's side. I voted the third option because "non-White" was presented in the pejorative sense, as a metaphor for impurity.
    My father and his bloodline are Maltese, I would say that there is a fair proportion of Germanic blood in the mix. You only have to go over the history of the country to know that among the conquerors in the latter part of the last Millennia were the Normans and British. There's nothing impure about being a Med!

    Before even the Phoenicians came there was an ancient tribe who bore striking similarities to the Celto/Germanics and there is archaeological evidence on the island of Gozo to prove this. They are Indo-Europeans, therefore they are regarded as Caucasians. Not for nothing they brought migrants into the country under the White Australia Policy - meaning all Indo-Europeans.

    One of my auntys married a Chinese-Malay that produced 2 children. I have other cousins who are part Aboriginal, a commonplace happening due to attempts at assimilation. The father of my kids is Germanic and they are all blue-eyed blondes.
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    Yes. One of my cousins is married to an Italian (and they have a son- a bright lad, 12 years old, that speaks no less then three languages).
    One of my other cousins is engaged to a Surinamer (a jurist- so in that respect he influences me), and (according to family tales) we have some family in Poland (cousins of my late grandfather- whether they are Germanic, Poles or of French descend (like my mothers' family) is unknown to me.

    For the remainder my (father's) family is of Flemish (and some Frisian) descend (in the northern Netherlands since around 1500) and my mother's family is of French/ Guelders (Dutch province of Guelders-Gelderland) descend (I don't know when they arrived)

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    I have a distant cousin who married a Mestizo. I don't think any one in my family has married a black, I surely would have heard about it. On my own family tree we have likely some Polish blood from my grandmother's mother but not enough to be ashamed over. :p Certainly I have some Finno-Ugric-roots as well, while my husband is ethnic Magyar and Paprikadeutsche.

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    I'm unaware of any non-Germanic relatives, let alone non-Caucasoids.

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