Self hating South Asians says whites are superior

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  1. roble

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    we all need to worship the facts ,has nothing to do with color, European extra ordinary advancement in every front cant be denied,,,its a futile exercise.
     
  2. Gadiid

    Gadiid So much depends upon a red wheel barrow.

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    So you believe you're an inferior being? Genuine question.
     
  3. roble

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    WOW amazing..so admitting that Europeans r the most advanced race makes me inferior.

    seriously that's one crooked logic.

    think it rather make you look inferior by denying the accomplishments of that race which is undeniable no matter what you throw against it.

    its like tryin to convince you 2+2=4
     
  4. Gadiid

    Gadiid So much depends upon a red wheel barrow.

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    I haven't denied accomplishments sir, I'm merely combating your assertion that in the last 1000 years it was primarily the Europeans who've advanced.
    That is an incredibly ignorant statement to make, bereft of any knowledge.
    You're clearly not well versed in History, you clearly don't understand the nuances in how they attained their "advancement".
    You clearly have no idea about the inventions you assume they've created.
    Nor do you understand world history enough to make that statement, evidently.

    You do believe you're an inferior being, read a book before you start asserting nonsense.
     
  5. roble

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    ok college student.....you haven't read much,concentrate on logic. arguing against this has already undermined ur credibility.

    European decent have been the most advanced last 1000 yrs or so. commented earlier of the greek and romans.
     
  6. MadNomad

    MadNomad As i live and breathe

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    No one is superior to anyone. Is a pitbull inferior to a golden retriever? Of course not. Just so happens that different breeds of dogs have different strengths. Same with humans.
     
  7. Gadiid

    Gadiid So much depends upon a red wheel barrow.

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    Not a college student sxb, keep your petty labels.
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    Have I read? Greek and Romans? Last 1000 years?
    Your timelines are all muddled up as well.
    If anyone needs a crash course in history it's you, brother.
     
  8. roble

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    I don't have to re paste, check upstairs exact time of Greece and rome.see you now just throwing deflated punches.
     
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    Europeans have been superior militarily since the 16-17th century. But only in that aspect.
     
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    sir Isaac newton.British.... 1642-1727

    Sir Isaac Newton was an English physicist, astronomer, mathematician, natural philosopher and theologian.

     
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    Galileo Galilei
    Polymath
    Galileo Galilei was an Italian polymath. Galileo is a central figure in the transition from natural philosophy to modern science and in the transformation of the scientific Renaissance into a scientific revolution. Wikipedia
    Born: February 15, 1564, Pisa, Italy
    Died: January 8, 1642, Arcetri
    Residence: Grand Duchy of Tuscany
    Education: University of Pisa (1581–1585)
    Discovered: Europa, Callisto, Ganymede, Io, Rings of Saturn
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    Measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so.
    You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself.
    All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover th
     
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    04,by Robert Wilde
    Updated September 2017
    You can study both the history of science (such as how the scientific method evolved) and the impact of science upon history, but perhaps the most human aspect of the subject is in the study of scientists themselves. This list of notable scientists is in chronological order of birth.

    Pythagoras

    We know relatively little about Pythagoras. He was born on Samos in the Aegean in the sixth century, possibly c. 572 BCE. After traveling he founded a school of natural philosophy at Croton in Southern Italy, but he left no writings and students of the school probably attributed some of their discoveries to him, making it difficult for us to know what he developed. We believe he originated number theory and helped prove earlier mathematical theories, as well as arguing that the earth was the center of a spherical universe. More »

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    Born in 384 BCE in Greece, Aristotle grew up to be one of the most important figures in Western intellectual, philosophical and scientific thought, imparting a framework which underpins much of our thinking even now. He ranged across most subjects, providing theories which lasted for centuries and advancing the idea that experiments should be a driving force for science. Only a fifth of his surviving works survives, around a million words. He died in 322 BCE. More »

    Archimedes

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    Born c. 287 BCE in Syracuse, Sicily, Archimedes’ discoveries in mathematics have led him to be labeled the greatest mathematician of the ancient world. He is most famous for his discovery that when an object floats in a fluid it displaces a weight of the fluid equal to its own weight, a discovery he, according to legend, made in a bath, at which point he jumped out shouting “Eureka”. He was active in invention, including military devices to defend Syracuse, but died in 212 BCE when the city was sacked. More »
    Peter Peregrinus of Maricourt
    Little is known of Peter, including his dates of birth and death. We know he acted as tutor to Roger Bacon in Paris c. 1250, and that he was an engineer in the army of Charles of Anjou at the siege of Lucera in 1269. What we do have is the Epistola de magnete, the first serious work on magnetics, one which used the term pole for the first time in that context. He is considered a precursor to modern scientific methodology and author of one of the medieval era’s great pieces of science.

    Roger Bacon

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    The early details of Bacon’s life are sketchy. He was born c. 1214 to a wealthy family, went to university in Oxford and Paris and joined the Franciscan order. He pursued knowledge in all its forms, ranging across the sciences, leaving a legacy which stressed experimentation to test and discover. He had a prodigious imagination, predicting mechanized flight and transport, but was on several occasions confined to his monastery by unhappy superiors. He died in 1292. More »

    Nicolaus Copernicus

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    Born to a wealthy merchant family in Poland in 1473, Copernicus studied at university before becoming a canon of Frauenburg cathedral, a position he would hold for the rest of his life. Alongside his ecclesiastical duties he pursued an interest in astronomy, reintroducing the heliocentric view of the solar system, namely that the planets revolve around the sun. He died shortly after the first publication of his key work De revolutionibus orbium coelestium libri VI, in 1543. More »

    Paracelsus (Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus Von Hohenheim)

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  13. roble

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    we can not even emulate thm after 1000s of years. 572BCE means before christ. thats 2590 years ago as in the case of pythagoras who was born 572BC
     
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    The Persians were ahead of the Romans in the sciences. The Roman public baths were actually dangerous for you if you had an open wound. Their baths were extremely dirty that you die from illness if you had a cut and they would use the same brush to wash their shit over and over again. Romans were only advanced in warfare tactics, weaponry, and some of its architecture.

    :damn::lolbron::drakelaugh::deadmanny:
     
  15. Reiko

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    Nayaa bax...


    I’m somali, Darood, Majerteen therefore I’m superior than the whites.


    Xaarka haa Iska dhaqaan Cadaanka.



    Uuuuuf
     
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  16. Blade1

    Blade1 Abdi pleaser

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    Obviously an Asian said this wallahi no wonder India let the British rule them for +500 years. Can you imagine having such inferiority complex and internalising what propaganda another race says:noneck:
     
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    It’s funny because the Europeans that actually created Western civilization and advancements are the same Euros that are looked down on today (Italians, Greeks)

    The Nordics who are the pinnacle of “white race” have contributing nothing to history besides being Viking savages who became beta in the last couple hundred years.
     
  19. OmarAli

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    the things I like about Asians is that they admit to the truth. unlike blacks who can't admit to the truth and make whites seem like they are devils
     
  20. roble

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    Asians know their history with Europeans but they move on and become friendly with thm to get their technology,blacks on the otha hand are foreva yelling whitey whitey did this or that and are repulsive to thm..blacks not doin smart.
     
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