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#1 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3170 posts) - - Show Bio

Also mind you wasn't the Roman Empire(which was of European origin) not diverse/multicultural? It extending well beyond Europe into Africa and the Middle East, yet there wasn't no "white genocide".

HA!

#2 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3170 posts) - - Show Bio

Its impossible for a "race" of people to go extinct. This thread is just silly. And for the uneducated...Europe is the MOST HOMOGENEOUS CONTINENT!!!

95% of Europe is Indigenous!

Africa:

75% Black

15% Middle Eastern

5% Mixed Race

2% South Asian

2% White

1% Other

Europe:

95% White

2% Middle Eastern

1% Black

1% South Asian

2% Other

I won't even get into Asia...

So I have to ask...Why do people complain about non Europeans taking over Europe???? And whats ironic is Europe isn't technically a continent, but its really a part of Asia forming "Eurasia". Europe is only a continent because its culture and politics are COMPLETELY different/unique from other parts of Asia.

Seriously the ignorance is baffling. There is no "genocide" happening.

And PS: I believe multiple people have mentioned this before, but during prehistory most of the people pf the worlds skin tone was brown or darker.

#3 Edited by King-Stranglehold da first (3170 posts) - - Show Bio

Do white people like the TV show the Boondocks? A new season is coming this year.

#4 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3170 posts) - - Show Bio
#5 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3170 posts) - - Show Bio

@jeanralphio:

Who said I was talking about hair color? I was only mentioning wavy/curly hair being a result of dry heat adaption.

As for that hair color.

"Blondism, especially in young children,is common in many dark haired populations (e.g. Australian, Melanesian), and is still found in some Nubian villages.“

(-Hardy D. 1978. Analysis of Hair..AJPA 49)

But more importantly it isn't taboo for different African rural tribal groups to dye their hair(not with the stuff westerners use) like the one in the pic I posted.

#6 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3170 posts) - - Show Bio

@king_stranglehold_da_first said:

@jeanralphio said:

@king_stranglehold_da_first: You're just posting pictures with no back story or proof, means nothing.

Yet I see no refutations...

Refutations for what exactly? You posted pics you have no proof of being natural.

So what you're saying is that a person living in a rural village in a third world country used perm? And also forgetting the sources I posted of that type of hair style being native to certain parts of Africa due to "dry heat adaption". If you disagree that's okay, but at least acknowledge the sources I posted.

#7 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3170 posts) - - Show Bio

@king_stranglehold_da_first: You're just posting pictures with no back story or proof, means nothing.

Yet I see no refutations...

But mind you, like I said there are studies:

Quote:

"Dark [black] skin may be associated with frizzy or kinky hair or curly or wavy or straight hair, all of which are found among different indigenous peoples in tropical regions. These facts render any attempt to establish lines of division among biological populations both arbitrary and subjective."---American Anthropological Association

Statement on "Race"

Quote:

“Extremely "wooly" hair is not the only kind native to tropical Africa.."

(S. Keita 1993. "Studies and Comments)

Quote:

East African local race, a subgroup, roughly corresponding to a breeding isolate in genetics, of the Negroid (African) geographical race, comprising the populations of East Africa and The Sudan. The physical type of the East African local race is primarily one of adaptation to a hot, dry climate; it is marked by long, thin body build, long, narrow face and nose, and moderate to heavy skin pigmentation. The Sudanese peoples are dark-skinned and extremely tall and thin (linear) in build. The other East African populations are also more or less linear in build and somewhat lighter skinned than the Sudanese. All have dark eyes and dark hair, wavy to frizzy in texture

Britannica Encyclopedia (1990 ed.)

^^^The above is a bit outdated, using outdated terms but more importantly states that those type of hair types are due to being dry heat adapted and not using "perms". I have more if need be.

#8 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3170 posts) - - Show Bio

Anyways to another subject. I know many people will disagree. But I sometimes wish us black people would go back to this type of music. :P

Mind you this coming from someone who was born 1994...

#9 Edited by King-Stranglehold da first (3170 posts) - - Show Bio

@jeanralphio said:

@king_stranglehold_da_first said:

Case in point this East African boy.

Some may argue admixture, but do you have proof? Studies state environments/climates play a big factor in phenotype.

So I reiterate it depends on the region.

Face Value? You have any proof, this shite wasn't permed?

Do you? Also what about this?

What appears to be a rural village...

#10 Posted by King-Stranglehold da first (3170 posts) - - Show Bio

@king_stranglehold_da_first said:

I disagree. The dominant culture does have influences on the less dominant ones. This is not limited to America though.

Case and point being this.

http://newsone.com/2867261/rhonda-lee-weather-woman-fired-natural-hair/

I've known many times where black men(or woman) with dreadlocks couldn't get jobs or were looked at as a thread just because of their natural hair. Just personal experiences.

Being discriminated against because of your hairstyle isn't proof that people choose styles based on an attempt to look like someone else. It's also not "conforming to the European\Western standard" in fear you will be fired or can't get a job, that's being FORCED which is different from what i'm talking about.


Good point. MY whole point was that the more dominate culture usually influences minorities and again its not just limited to America. But good point nonetheless.