>>12298 >12298 Half of the people crying "waah fuck off /pol/" are kiddies who think shitposting is 'let troling'. OP is one of them. It's actually rather sad because there are probably people who legitimately get buttblasted by /pol/'s antics, and they think they fit in with the 'le epik trolls'
>>12342 he's not wrong. its ridiculous how many redditors are here screaming /pol/ everytime someone asks a real question. nobody is saying any /pol/ memes but simply bringing up certain topics makes you assholes scream RACIST RACIST RAYYYYYYYYYYYCIST
>>12424 That's because /pol/tier racism is the cancer killing the internet. Any thread about black people will inevitably devolve into /pol/ shit like this one already did, which is what we're trying to prevent.
>>11709 Were there blacks in Egypt? Yes. Was there a black dynasty? Yes. Was Egypt exclusively black? No. Were blacks the majority? Can't tell, but probably not.
There were many people in Egypt, from Nubians and Ethiopians to Phoenicians, Greeks and even some other European people. Pic related is the mummy of Rameses II, a pharaoh. As we can see he was red haired, proving that there were many people in Egypt.
>>12397 >Yeah when people post shit like "Africoons" or "WE WUZ KINGS" they definitely aren't from /pol/ no siree! No claims were made that /pol/ isn't posting on this board. Strawman. >Fuck off. You faggots do this every time. Your denial is even more egregiously stupid than the crap you post No where did I say I browsed /pol/. Instead, you'r retarded reactionary ass assumed that because I called out your retarded shit, I browse that shithole.
but I'm curious about authentic sources stating the origins of the population of Egypt from 2630 BC–2611 BC; where did they come from? what where their characteristics? How did they end up being the historical and extremely productive population that they were known to be.
I'm here for serious discussion and debate as to why Egyptians where niggers, or not niggers.
>>12520 Yeah, that's not even me. Pretty fucking pathetic that because this isn't a hugbox for fools like yourself, you assume everyone who's against you is the same person. Extremely low self-awareness.
>>12489 yes it might eventually but again that did not occur in the thread that got deleted if I was in the same thread that is being talked about. I saw a real discussion about black civilizations and some /pol/ things were said and got completely ignored. no reason to delete a thread
>>12489 >DAAATTSS RAAAAYYCCIIIIIIIISSSS >BAN BAN BAN >IDS LIKE ANODDA STORMFRONT Maybe if you cared about racism so much, you would've participated by bringing your opinion to 'racist' threads instead of screaming '/pol/ rasism ban ban ban'
>>12298 Exactly this. I think everyone besides a small niche really doesn't want a /pol2.0/, however /pol/ is not defined by a particular sentiment, but rather by a denialist mentality and suppression of free discussion by torrential shit-flinging.
Here we have an entrenched left doing exactly the same.
>>12611 The word redpill has not been mentioned anywhere in this thread until you just said it. Literally you think topics are /pol/ related, aka productivity of blacks in africa, and should only be discussed there. You are reddit as fuck, you literally cannot handle someone bringing up a topic/concept you disagree with so you jusy /POL/ /POL/ /POL/ them in response.
>>12648 >I love how these people are so quick to dispel an opposing side as racism. This. History is full of racism and xenophobia. If you don't like people talking about these subjects /his/ is probably not the place for you.
This fucking desperation when you have no real counter-argument against the fact that you reactionary faggots are what's actually ruining this board. NO ONE in this thread has even remotely implied they're /pol/, yet, because they're the primary opposition to your bullshit, you assume we're all from there. Absolutely pathetic.
>>12529 >>12599 >no replies yet to either of these posts Replying should be mandatory for leftist retards so they can just keep getting BTFO. >they'll respond to this post though because they can easily attack the passive-aggressiveness while still not addressing any of the points made. just watch.
>>12847 You were obviously not in the previous thread, there were at least 3 different african nations mentioned with discussions on all 3 in a 25 response thread. How that is construed as racism or /pol/ I have no idea
I'm fine with /pol/ being /pol/ but screaming that everything that you dont like here and calling it /pol/ is going to destroy this board more than anything else. engage in a real conversation with someone and see what happens, if you think theyre just being stormfront then ignore them but stop calling for a boogeyman
>"At this point we leave Africa, not to mention it again. For it is no historical part of the World; it has no movement or development to exhibit. Historical movements in it-that is in its northern part-belong to the Asiatic or European World. Carthage displayed there an important transitionary phase of civilization; but, asisNahoenician colony, it belongs to Asia. Egypt will be considered in reference to the passage of the human mind from its Eastern to its Western phase, but it does not belong to the African Spirit. What we properly understand by Africa, is the Unhistorical, Undeveloped Spirit, still involved in the conditions of mere nature, and which had to be presented here only as on the threshold of the World's History."
>>13021 See, this is the type of shit stirring that /pol/ loves to do. Post inflammatory troll pictures that bring out the stormfags so they can shitpost all over. You're just mad you got caught by the mod and the posters this time.
>>13089 No I copied the pic from the last thread because I wanted people to recognize the previous thread I was talking about. This isnt some new thing on 4chan, I have seen it done multiple times when a thread was unjustly deleted.
>>13335 they've been autosaging a ton of /his/ threads tonight
>>13371 but it wasnt bait it was an actual discussion. I dont mind its being banned in the beginning because new boards need to set precedence at first but nothing bad happened. look at this thread>>12707 nothing racist came up until someone bit the bait and screamed /pol/ and nothing else racist came up other than responses to that guy. its a normal discussion if you filter that post and every post replying to it
>>13445 How can you have serious talk about a subject this bizarre and hilarious I mean do you really want us to talk about mud huts and how nogs enslaved each other and how they sold some of those slaves to jew traders
>>13567 yeah I'm from /pol/ and I seriously want to discuss all those things you said; with discourse because it's an extremely rare discussion to have on the internet and is usually stopped by people who scream racism at any attempt to discuss african history.
>>13628 It's a tiny piece of history that can be covered in a very short time. With nothing to talk about, as it is apparent by these threads. If you want to actually talk about something(how to kill a tribal village or some shit) than ask the question.
>>13695 >providing evidence to completely ruin someone elses arguement is "spoonfeeding"
do you go into a debate and say "WELL WE WOULD PRESENT THE EVIDENCE BUT WE DONT WANT TO SPOONFEED THE PANEL"
>>13733 I'm seriously interested in the origins of egyption culture from 2000bc onward, there has to be plenty to talk about. I mean their culture did create one of the seven wonders of the world, there has to be something that can be discussed about the origins of the creators
>>13812 I didn't say that african history doesn't exist
Do you think you're talking to one person here?
because it seems like there are a bunch of us.
I'll say it again.
I'm seriously interested in the origins of egyption culture from 2000bc onward, there has to be plenty to talk about. I mean their culture did create one of the seven wonders of the world, there has to be something that can be discussed about the origins of the creators.
>>13863 please explain, is egypt not on the african continent? the image of the thread implies that africans sold from central to south africa in the US slave trade were responsible for the pharaohs and pyramids.
there has to be discussion or talking points as to why this is a valid argument, or why it isn't
>>13922 I know he is baiting, he threw the whole rod right in; but using his bait as an example only adds to my recent arguments. btw I'm the anon from /pol/ that has been trying to discuss three or four legit tops dealing with african history pre 2000bc.
I really fucking want to know more, there aren't many resources about migration patterns, the origins of post 2000bc egyptian culture, and perhaps someone on a history board could present information that is buried elsewhere, or is rare.
>>13981 >I know he is baiting, he threw the whole rod right in the time to convert fags to actual discussion is after the board has been established, not when its new and every fag wants to shitpost here. I'm /pol/ too and I do not want any discussion ruining shit here /pol/ sucks now because everyone just memes at flags and niggers and just ignoring this fucks is plenty easy
>>14068 good point. thanks, that being said I'm excited for this board hopefully you are correct and actual discussion can be had after the board is somewhat established. I'm so fucking excited to talk history in a decent manner with opposing viewpoints.
I have already lost hope for this board, a thread legitimately talking about african civilizations was deleted, yet a thread explicitly wanting to ban a topic (holocaust denial) REGARDLESS OF THE AMOUNT OF EVIDENCE was not deleted.
>>14125 I love history and pretty much only use /pol/ because I dont use social media at all and its the quickest way to find shit thats going on. I'd never know about clockmed without it because I only read actual news outside of 4chinz and I care to know about public opinion in politics
I want this to be a place to talk about cool world stuff that isnt current and actually learn some shit. I love slow boards and hope this ends up being mostly slow and informed. /pol/ will be ignored I'm just worried too many historical events will get related to current stuff and the discussions will get too current
>>14282 You realize theres history subreddits right? >hurr if i flip the argument it will still be true youre the cancer that will kill this board cause you want this board to be censored like a subreddit
>>14318 >>14327 this except it's /pol/ not >/POL/ no matter if your talking in ALLCAPS or assuming someones identity or greentext you only capitalize it to call out newfags that don't know that it, or any other board name is never capitalized.
>>14395 You're obviously /pol/ trying to fuck up this board. you see, when we were discussing the creation of /his/, we all agreed that /pol/ shit would not be tolerated. The fact that you don't know that shows you are trying to turn this into /pol/2.0
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