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DomitiusOfMassilia 1 point ago +1 / -0 (edited)

With the removal, no.

Personally, sure. I'm willing to bet there's a rhetorical game being played with who the "owner" of a ship is, what a "slave ship" is, and what an "ethnic jew" is, which is all pretty standard fare for racist propaganda.

For example, I'm willing to bet that someone would be counted as the "Jewish owner of a slave ship" if they were a protestant whose maternal grandmother was ethnically Jewish, and this person was the co-owner of a merchant company, that listed a trading ship in it's assets, that would occasionally carry slaves from Africa along with other commodities like gold and ivory. All while this person identified themselves as Spanish or Portuguese, and the company itself was a Spanish or Portuguese company.

Despite the fact that Portuguese and Spanish people really were hugely influential in the slave trade as part of the Portuguese and Spanish Empire's strategic operations, none of them will be ethnically or racially blamed for slavery, showing the hypocrisy of the whole thing.

Even then, there's no reason that the Portuguese or the Spanish should be claimed to be guilty of some sort of crime, because it's abhorrent to try and claim that any ethnicity should be labeled universally guilty of something.

Not to mention that the top quote is that 78% of all Slave owners period were Jews, which doesn't even make sense considering how many slave owners in the US were Anglo or Germanic, how many were Catholic Spanish & Portugese in Latin America, how many were Arab or Turkish Muslim in Northern Africa & Europe, and how many were African in Africa.

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DomitiusOfMassilia 1 point ago +1 / -0

Most of the slave owners in America would have been Protestant, not Jewish. Again, the boats weren't necessarily owned by slave owners, just slave traders. And who were slave traders? Lots of people, including Africans, Dutch, French, and Portuguese.

I do remember that a very small percentage of Americans actually had slaves but I have not double checked that either :P

Slavery is basically a bourgeois activity. Only the very rich could really afford it unless you had a weird situation where you just had one slave that was a domestic servant.

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 2 points ago +2 / -0

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No, he's been around.

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DomitiusOfMassilia 5 points ago +5 / -0

No, this IS a meme to them.

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

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DomitiusOfMassilia 1 point ago +1 / -0

Basically, no. Even the statistic itself doesn't make any sense because the claim is about slave owners, and the evidence is about slave ships. Most slave owners would have been from whatever Empire they were in, or whatever state they were in. Slave ships could have been owned by specific people, but many also operated out of constructed companies. Jews were merchants, and by definition you can expect that some merchant ships were also able to move and transport slaves, but it's a far stretch to argue that one of the oldest human institutions was run almost exclusively by Jews.

To be honest, I'm not even sure how they would be able to even measure such a thing accurately when basically every place on Earth would have had slaves.

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 6 points ago +7 / -1

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Yes BUT...

This isn't Reddit so don't have to be retarded and pretend that I don't know what a joke is.

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DomitiusOfMassilia 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is this a slip of the tongue? Kidding, I know it is. But seriously... christ man.

Your face when: LadiesAndGentlemenWeGotHim.gif

Our real contention on this point is evolution of African culture. Only in global context though. African culture evolved the way it did for a reason, and when everything is said an done, they may be the most viable people standing.

I don't think you can say that either. Honestly, I don't think we can say much useful about "African" culture. If you want to say, "The cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa", then I would say there's a conversation about geography, diet, isolation, animal predators, and a bunch of other things to add.

I get why you hate IDpol. I did for a long time. I do think that there is an element beneficial to survival by setting that anchor, though.

Genuine, all around, Identity Politics can be good-natured if handled properly, but isn't really an optimal way of doing anything. It is the worst way to govern a society. And, of all the identities to utilize, race is probably the absolute stupidest identity to try and unite around. Stupider than sex, stupider than civic identity, stupider than religion, stupider than ethnicity, and by multiple orders of magnitude.

The Black Racialist Communists have been rallying themselves around the Pan-African identity, and institutionalizing it for years. At the height of this "Pan-African" Black Diaspora bullshit, Africa went through the bloodiest continental war in it's history, brought up by ethnic tension that was stoked by communists.

Mixing Socialism and Racialism might be the most unequivocally stupid idea in human history, and the Germans were probably the only people who could have given it a real chance at succeeding... and 50 million people died. Of all the bad ideas: mixing them is like mixing ammonia and bleach, or Meth and Fentanyl. They're both the worst possible things you could do individually, and you mixed them together and made something exponentially worse. Together, they are worse than the sum of their parts.

Racialism is horrid. Socialism is evil. Put them together and you get a guaranteed genocide, whether it's done by Blacks, Whites, Chinese, Indians, Jews, etc. There is no possible good outcome.

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DomitiusOfMassilia 2 points ago +2 / -0

They rob you of your human dignity and money, and turn you into a sexual imp.

A Simp if you will.

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DomitiusOfMassilia 8 points ago +8 / -0

This is the most ignorant comment on this site.

Everyone knows jannies are faggots. What the hell would we do with an e-girl?

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 14 points ago +15 / -1

If you want to be a comment moderator because it's fun, you're probably doing it wrong.

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DomitiusOfMassilia 1 point ago +1 / -0

Take a look around you to see what was built here for your sake, by me.

You didn't build anything, you've yet to build something. Be my guest by actually building something.

"This would not happen on poal or saidit"

And you didn't apparently read what those comments were in response to:

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Can you say faggot here? Yes you can.

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Can you say tranny here? Yes you can.

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Can you say retard here? Yes you can.

I limit your degeneracy in the most mild way. I allow more degeneracy on this sub than you would tolerate if you were in my position. Don't come to be bitching about free speech when you'd be the first person to have me lined up against a wall and shot for 'promoting judeo-bolshevism and anti-whitness' because I won't ban a communist for making fun of you.

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DomitiusOfMassilia 2 points ago +2 / -0

The word "strongly" is a problem here. Genetics will determine the total spectrum of human capacity for emotion, as a species. It can tell us what rests at all 3 standard deviations of human capacity for emotion. Heredity can determine some predisposition for emotional states, which can be expressed through behavior. However, these predispositions are never a guaranteed outcome. This is why two children with the same parents can have different emotional frameworks. However, direct environmental pressures can have a far more dramatic effect on someone's emotional state.

Ritualistically rape and starve someone for 20 years by their parents, who is predisposed genetically to be gentile, and they will not be a gentile person.

Part of the problem I see with people who are taking a genetic determinist stance is that they refuse to recognize that environment can effect genes. We know that some genes are activated by environmental pressures, and we also know that sex-selection is not random nor purely genetic.

do you believe that generalized behavior helps inform how a culture develops?

Behavior informs culture, but culture also informs behavior. Culture is one part of the environment which can cultivate behavior. A culture may be modified by individuals behaving differently, and the society adopting the new behavior, but a culture may promote the conditioning of people to behave in a certain way. It's a lot of give-and-take.

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I thought I just said all that.

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

No no, that's not sarcasm. I do owe you one.

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 2 points ago +2 / -0

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 5 points ago +5 / -0

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DomitiusOfMassilia [M] 2 points ago +2 / -0

I would also encourage you all to not simply rely solely on me to build your platforms and communities for you.

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DomitiusOfMassilia 2 points ago +2 / -0

There is nuance in every argument. I never said those of African descent are incapable of feeling duty or shame, but that these aren't the main motivators in the cultures.

You're insinuating that race is a determinant of culture (even more than cultural exposure) you're lumping all African cultures together (even ones with European influence), and you are insinuating the racial lineage of African cultures is what makes them incapable of having independently developed the concept of a duty/promise, and you've decided that that is indicated by creating an abstraction about power & fear while rejecting the influence of other emotions and abstract concepts.

Your whole narrative is logically flawed from beginning to end.

Fear and honor aren't really related, unless you're referring specifically to the fear of shame. In which case, it would be nice if you use shame for clarity.

You're the one intentionally segregating these concepts as if they are totally independent of each other. That's your problem, not mine.

However, justice is being served, and fairness exists by any objective measure.

Objective fairness and justice do not exist.

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