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Steve Sibbet
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Love Us Like You U Love Our Culture

We could say exactly same thing to Black People. Everything they do is White, is part of White Culture, they use White Culture, White Inventions, White products every day, they live a 96% White Life.

I read once that we, White people, according to “The Voice “ black newspaper that we Whites live in a “Creole Culture” (mixture of Black and White) apparently, because some of our Youth wear some Black fashions, but I would argue that it is Black people who live in our culture, not us in theirs:

Nearly everything a Blackman does from the moment he gets up in the morning, to the moment he goes to bed and sleeps is White (or at least non-black), nearly everything he will do that day will be White, everything, no matter how mundane, everything was invented by Whites. Everything was invented by someone. 90% of the world`s inventions are White. So let’s take a typical the first twenty minutes of a day for our Typical Blackman( I was going to do a whole day, but the list would be too long and too too tideous):

The alarm clock (White invention = from now on = WI) goes off, that quilt he was sleeping in, the fabric it is made from to the filling it has, everything, White Invention! He puts his feet down on a carpet (white invention) goes down stairs in his white designed house made from white invented materials, bricks, cement etc. goes in the kitchen turns on the tap(WI) and gets a drink using a glass(WI) tips the excess down the sink(WI) he turns on the cooker (electric or gas WI) gets some eggs from the fridge (WI) and gets a teflon frying pan (WI) and starts cooking his eggs gets some bread precut (WI) and puts them into the toaster (WI) gets the margarine (WI) from the fridge (WI) and a stainless steel butter knife(WI) from the draw(WI) cooks his breakfast and sits down to read his newspaper(WI) and checks his post(WI). I could go but the list would get too tedious
Only twenty minutes in and we can see he hasn’t done anything particularly “Black”, but he has used White inventions and lived a White life so far. the truth is that he lives in our world not us in his, it is they who live in our World not us in theirs, Whites live in a “ Creole culture” indeed.


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Ok, if they want to play that game...

Cultural Appropriation!




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Ok, if they want to play that game ….

Cultural Appropriation!

 
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The White Wedding, mostly a British Tradition that has become very popular World-wide. All the customs and traditions associated with White Wedding are White European and many British.

The wedding cake, for example, is based on a Wren church, St Brides, in Fleet Street, Tails are British clothing worn in the 1800's, so is the top hat etc. etc.
and the music is from Germany.

 
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Christmas:
Christmas is a White Caucasian invention mostly European invention. Most countries in Europe celebrate Christmas slightly different to each other so there are many traditions, but it is not a Negro or African invention.

 
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Jean's Very White History

Jeans are made of a material called denim. The name “denim” comes from the name of a sturdy fabric called “Serge de Nîmes”, initially made in Nîmes, France, hence “de Nîmes” - “denim”. Weavers of Nîmes tried to reproduce the cotton corduroy that was famously made in the city of Genoa, in Italy, Jeans are named after the city of Genoa in Italy, in French, Génes, thus jean or jeane.

Actual Jean trousers were invented by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss in 1873.
Levis Strauss owned a dry good store that sold amongst other things, fabrics to make tents from. One day, a customer ordered a pair of sturdy pants that could withstand hard work. He made them from denim that he bought from Levi Strauss & Co and made them stronger by placing copper rivets at the places pants rip the most: pockets and flies. When he wanted to patent them, he wrote to Levi Strauss, and they became partners. They opened a bigger factory, and that is how jeans were born.


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Hamburgers

Everybody has had a "burger" it is these days one of the most widely eaten foods in the World today, Burgers have become a Worldwide hit, and certainly immigrants into Western Countries have eaten burgers.

There are numerous claims to the origins of the Hamburger, I don't know which one is true, but what they all these claims have in common is a common European German-American origins, and what is certain it was White Americans who made them a thing and popular and established them in the popular imagination.

It is a common sight to see Black people eating hamburgers in McDonald's or any Hamburger joint for that matter, no-one shouts, "Stop! Cultural Appropriation!", but we definitely get it back!

What I said about burgers the same could be said for many foods, for French fries for instance, ice creams, milk shakes, crisps (potato chips), fizzy drinks (soda), sundaes, banana splits, and dozens and dozens and dozens of more foods, they weren't invented in Africa.

Memes are weapons, places like Twitter are the Battleground, use them!

The Black Man lives in our World not us in his!
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White People have got to realise even the most mundane things we use every day were once invented, I am going to post some examples of mundane things we use every day that are part of White Culture.


The Fork
You may not realise this but a few Centuries' ago we didn't eat with forks, we just had the spoon and the knife. Modern fork usage really started in Italy and slowly spread to the rest of Europe, earlier examples are known from Byzantine, but their usage was restricted to eating sticky or messy things like dates etc, a specialist fork not in general usage, a bit like a pickle onion fork today. - There was a great resistance to forks in Britain to begin with who saw them as feminine, not butch or macho, but their use was finally adopted in England.

 
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Looks like the British and u.s. military today.

By the way, "Green Nigger," term we use here to mean military personnel, does not refer to skin color. It means anyone serving in ZOG's mercenary forces and fighting the jew's wars. Something no White should be doing.
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Yes, even this photograph; The salute was a British invention and camouflage was basically a French innovation.

 
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White People have got to realise even the most mundane things we use every day were once invented, I am going to post some examples of mundane things we use every day that are part of White Culture.

Buttons
Functional buttons with buttonholes for fastening or closing clothes appeared in Germany in the 13th century. They soon became widespread with the rise of snug-fitting garments in 13th- and 14th-century Europe.

Some people claim that the ancient Indus civilisation invented button s but they were not fasteners they were purely decoration like sequins.
 
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