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Greeks are White People. Greeks are not Mixed Turks.

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Re: Greeks are White People. Greeks are not Mixed Turks.

Postby Hunter » Fri Feb 27, 2015 6:27 pm

wmfinck wrote:It is fitting that you posted this comparison with the jew Leonard Nimoy, Hunter.

The Verbal Vandal made this ridiculous post insisting that Greeks were White right around the same time that he suffered some sort of Vulcan Mind Meld and got Dewey Tuckerized. Then he began to verbally vandalize Christian Identity and especially the concept of seedline, in the sense of a genetic inheritance according to the promises of God.

While some Greeks may still be White, it is obvious that most Greeks now have a Turkic or Arab, or even Jewish admixture. The ethnic character of the people today surely does reflect the history of Greece, which was ruled over by Turks for 500 years.

Bill, I know you'll be inconsolable over this tragic news, lol, but spock is dead! :beer:

Leonard Nimoy: 'Star Trek' Star Dead at 83
Feb 27, 2015, 12:33 PM ET

Leonard Nimoy, known for his iconic character Mr. Spock on "Star Trek," has died, ABC News has confirmed via the actor's granddaughter and his agent Bob Gersh. He was 83.

"He was a remarkable man, well known not only for his acting and directing, but also for his photography, contemporary art collection, and for his extremely generous philanthropic contributions and support of the arts," Gersh said via a statement to ABC. "A private memorial service is being planned by the family. He will be missed by all."

Nimoy, who played first officer to William Shatner's Captain Kirk on the Starship Enterprise in TV and movies, died Friday morning in Bel-Air, California, his granddaughter Madeleine Nimoy confirmed.

His son Adam told the Associated Press that he died of end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. ... [blah, blah, blah]
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