|July 9th, 2018||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2017
Location: Bremen , Germany
Comparing people of our race to monkies = okay but comparing Negroes to apes = "racism" ?
What is the establishment trying to hide ?
Why is it pol . incorrect to compare Negroes to monkeys?
"Racist" . . . .
On the other hand . . .
Supposed to be funny . . .
I think we have disovered a weak point here . .
Blacks DO NOT WANT TO BE COMPARED TO MONKEYS . . .
I wonder what might be under the surface there . . .
You tell me . .
Last edited by ColdFire; July 9th, 2018 at 01:20 PM.
|July 9th, 2018||#2|
Macht Des Hasses
Join Date: May 2018
Science iz rayciss an sheeit
It is scientifically proven that groids are closer to apes than to humans.
Black Africans are Genetically Closer to Bonobos Than to White Humans – Daily Stormer
They are easier to control because they have such low IQs .
Funny to me also, because there is no monkey with blue eyes or narrow nose with high root.
Non-Whites, especially Blacks and East Asians look like monkeys to me and I like to compare them to.
While the Jews look like either rats or lizards.
For example, both Asians and Blacks have coarse black hair, flat noses, brown / black eyes, among other less 'mature' features compared to Whites.
They look like gorillas, orangutans or howler monkeys to me at their best, LOL.
Both Asians and Whites have Neanderthal blood in them, though.
Blacks have been compared to monkeys throughout history because they act the way they look.
See these pictures for example.
They are so primitive and have an IQ of below 80 on average.
They look so much like gorillas that even Google photos recognized them as gorillas. LOL.
Google Photos Tags Black People as “Gorillas” – uthinki
Both seem to be attracted to shiny objects (bling-bling).
They also have more distinct skull shape than those of other races.
Again, this is their racist double standard at work.
Science is so rayciss an sheeit that shows them what they really are.
Last edited by Skinhead Zack; July 9th, 2018 at 05:13 PM. Reason: Removing Some Of The Links