Re: Lane the pin-head! (was: Why, you're welcome, Chuck!)
Richard Marquez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 25 Aug 1995 16:23:45 GMT
Les Griswold (bn946@FreeNet.Carleton.CA) wrote:
: Bearscat (email@example.com) writes:
: > Ok, I'll bite: Who were the northern Europeans of 2500 years ago,
: > and how do they differ from today's Europeans?
: The Northern Europeans of 2500 years ago were WHITE, and didn't have
: pockets of darkies in their midst, like Europeans of today, ie Europe THEN
: wasn't a dumping ground for every sort of "refugee" from the former colonies.
: Do you understand yet?
OK, sounds simple enough. So a person in 500 B.C. would easily know
if he or she were white by your standards. They would ask "am I in
Northern Europe?" If they were, they were white. (What was the
demarcation line for "Northern" Europe?)
So how does someone of TODAY know if they're "white"? How do you
or Hate, or Teri know you're "white"? Are you *assuming* that your
ancestors came from "Northern" Europe, or were you actually able to
trace your family tree back that far?