reply to post by HomoSapiensSapiens
I have never heard of this phenomena of White Genocide. As you say OP there are not mass slayings in any "Caucasian" nation, of Caucasian people.
To use the proper word. Even so, I have read many topics on this very site about the so called cultural invasion into Caucasian nations.
I don't buy into it. All it is really is these nations trying to make progress in many different areas and to do that you need talent. Talent, as I
am sure you know, is a trait of humanity as a whole. These "theories" about Caucasian nations being conquered is silly to me. They make it sound
like there are not Caucasian folk in Africa, or Asia, or South America, or anywhere else on the planet doing productive things for the regions they
reply to post by WaterBottle
I guess discussing history hurts your feelings. *shrugs*
And I've never said anything racist to you, as this is the fist time I've ever even encountered you. You might have me confused with someone else. I
You really need a history lesson because everything you said is nearly historically wrong. NA's had wars here and there but were not killing one
another off. Europeans killed off the NA's because they wanted their land, hence the multiple wars/conflicts between the two. Hence the trail of
tears. Hence why there are reservations today.
And the first Europeans sure weren't white. It took time for the dark skin to fade.
Throughout this thread you make it sound like whitey goes around and kills everything they see. This behavior is not dictated by race; it is dictated
by being human.
Egyptians conquered many cultures.
Greeks conquered many cultures.
Persians conquered many cultures.
Romans conquered many cultures.
Chinese conquered many cultures.
Mongols conquered many cultures.
Turks conquered many cultures.
Native Americans conquered each other. Hell, the Spanish conquered the Aztecs and Incas with the massive help of Native American tribes that were
being dominated by the Aztec & Inca cultures. And, finally, for posterity, Europeans conquered many cultures.
I find your version of events a tad disingenuous.