I shut down my Twitter account last week (didn´t see the point really), and the blog's being slow too. But don't worry, I'm not going anywhere.
What the hell am I doing you say? Well I'm busy. I found the best site in the internet.
I was chatting with Slittyeye on HBD, looking up pics of weird tribes on Google Images, when I stumbled upon the best fucking site on the internet. I came upon this link, which has pictures of albino Dravidians (!). Real cool pics.
And you go further and there's lots of other really cool pics. Terracota warriors! Ainus! Yamamoto Isoroku! Backward Koreans!
By the way I've been planning forever to write a post on how primitive and just massively fucked up premodern Korea was, in spite of its IQ and traditional mores and monarchy and proximity to China, but I can't seem to find objective sources on the topic. I guess I'll just run a bunch of pictures of their ugly totems, badly clothed women and downtrodden cities and call it a day.
I have a weakness towards historical photos, and this Real History guy has a whole lot of them. And he isn't just running an image search and pasting everything, no, the dude has taste. Look at his choice of historical artifacts:
So what's this guy's deal anyway? Is he a college professor, running a website interpreting world history through the lens of his underappreciated philosophy? Like Friesian.com, the website that educated me while I wasted my time in the local high school. People say the Internet is harmful to society, and they may be right. But if it wasn't for Friesian.com I would be still reading the local sports paper talking all day about soccer with my schoolmates. So fuck society, thank you Internet. And thank you Mr. Ross.
Back to Real History, what does the best image collector on the internet want to transmit through his website?
Legitimate Black researchers, (as opposed to those who do it to gain favor with the Albinos and thus make money), must out of necessity, try to reconstruct history by bits and pieces. The Albinos have after all, had over 200 years to create their false paintings, statues, and false translations of historical documents.
The task of parsing their lies from the truth is indeed daunting. But every now and then, we uncover an artifact so revealing, that it answers many of our questions, such as; What race were the Holy Roman Emperors? What race were the Inca? Who was the last Black Spanish King? When did the Spanish start depicting Jesus as an Albino instead of a Black man? All of these question have been answered by a painting of the Inca king list, painted circa 1800 in Peru.
Wow. Say again?
When visiting the Chinese governments Website, one would note that the Chinese still imply that they descent from Peking Man (Homo-Erectus), of course this is racist nonsense. A genetic study done by researchers from all over the world: China, Japan, U.S.A. U.K. and other countries, and published in 2001; definitively answered the question of Chinese origins. The findings were that the original Chinese were 100% pure Black African, with absolutely no outside admixture - But here again, we are talking about the original Black Chinese, modern Chinese are quite different.
it it is impossible at this time, to say definitively what the hierarchy of ancient western Rome was like, (from artifacts, we know that the Eastern Empire was ruled by Blacks). What little that we do have of artifactual evidence, suggests that like the Eastern Empire, the Western Empire was also ruled by Blacks. This painting of unknown provenance and period, may well be fanciful, but we feel that it accurately depicts the hierarchy of the Western Roman Empire.
Was Charlemagne a Black man? At this point there is no way to know - and that information is not likely to be forthcoming. But it appears that contrary to what Whites say, the Franks were probably a "Native" NOT Germanic people. As such, Charlemagne would have indeed, probably been a Black man. But because Whites have so interwoven European history with lies, there are really no safe assumptions, and no safe place to start.
But there is no ambiguity about Charlemagne's successor as Holy Roman Emperor: Otto I, he was most certainly a Black man!
You hear him! No ambiguity.
I could go on for years with outlandish quotes, but you better go look yourself. And you should, no, must take a look. Because the guy is good. He's spent some serious time and effort in this shit. Hundreds if not thousands of good photographic material, and a pretty impressive command of human history. He gets most of it right, except all the good guys being black and the evil albinos.
Still, I'm glad there are energetic black history geeks out there who put the effort to learn website design, and have the willpower and talent to do heavy research and gather all those awesome pictures. If I put all that effort on my blog I'd be Ezra Klein by now.
Given the standards for blacks in American universities, I take it this guy must be some PhD, or perhaps got tenure in some Ivy League place? Well he deserves it. Tell me he doesn't deserve the presidency 100 times more than the empty suit of Obama. I mean just look at this collection:
To finish this post with a more serious point, and to link it with the start, there's a lot of strange people in the internet. And there's not much use to talking to them. People believe what they believe and will continue to do so, whether we have Twitter, Wikipedia, NRx, or whatever it is. So I say we relax, read books, think over some tea or coffee, or a cigarette, or some weird nootropic pill, and write leisurely on our blogs.