Mulattoes are freaks of nature

Mulattoes are freaks of nature

Created by blacks r stupid on May 1, 2013

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UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#435 May 18, 2013
Amelia Sugar COCAINE wrote:
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No you are misunderstanding what I said Uru. What I meant by that is Genevieve was correct for once overall being that I don't agree with what she says about Dominicans and PR's. She's correct on Creoles while YOU were incorrect. You have to understand that there are different types of Creoles - Mauritus Creoles, Louisiana Creoles, Haitian Creoles, and so forth. Gen and I are Louisiana Creoles which DO have Spanish ancestry, not all of us but some do. Louisiana first belonged to France, then it belonged to Spain, then went back to France, then France sold it to the U.S. so being that Spanish were there in Louisiana bringing African slaves over and to distinguish their ports, etc etc. some did stay. There are some Spaniards still living in LA today, not many but they are there. Louisiana Creoles generally have the racial makeup of African blood, French, and Native American while some do have these makeups but also with Spanish blood. Even in New Orleans, where I'm from, we still have very old historical Spanish style homes and buildings. So yes, Genevieve was right for once when she talks about us Louisiana Creoles. Does it make sense to you now? And while it's different there in Brazil or Latin America, here in the U.S. which is the only place in the world, if youhave 1% drop of African/black blood in you, then you are considered black. I find that to be incorrect because it's not natural for a white person to produce a black child nor is it possible. They can create a mulatto child. Genetics stomps the 'one drop rule', but Americans don't see it that way. If I were to go into Europe, they would consider me just that, mulatto or an American being that outside of America people tend to classify you by nationality versus ethnicity. Creole is primarily based on the racial makeup and culture. There are French Creoles and Creoles of color. Very similar culture to both the French and Africans but not exactly the same. Calas what we eat, black Americans or full blacks so to speak have no clue what it even is. We have dance traditions that still take place or that people do down in New Orleans for festivals and such. We even have our own flag. The major difference is culture not genetics.
I know these general basics regardin' Yank Louisiana (French) Creoles, but I know much better the history of French creoles around the world. ;-) Spaniards spent only a mere 40 yrs in 'French Louisiana', which is basically means less than a second in human history. ;-D What ya mix is Hispanic Europeans like Canarians (known as Islenos) & French Canadian immigrants known as Accadians/Cajun in Louisiana, w/ local Yan Louisiana (French) Creoles. ;-)'Zydeco' is basically a Cajun music adopted by Yank Louisiana (French) Creoles, & many Yank Louisiana Creoles who looked 'white' assimil8d to Cajun community. ;-) There's a negligible number of 'Spaniards'(Xcept Canarians) who stayed in Louisiana & mixed w/ Cajun & Yank Louisiana Creoles, fact. ;-) This ODR Yank theory of 1% is a joke, simply b/c there wouldn't be almost 35% of 'white' Yanks today w/ more than 10% of African admixture movin' around as White Yanks today. ;-D

- & not to forget that those Yank Appalachian 'melungeons', based on recent thorough genetic studies came out to be, not like they erroneously believed descendants of Portuguese who never stayed in the ole Yankland more than a week, Africans & Amerindians, but simple mulattoes as a result of mixin' between sub-Saharan African men & N. or C.European (poor) women. Here ya can find out a bit more ;-)
h.ttp://is.gd/L6248n

Reality bites again. ;-D
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#436 May 18, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
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Rihanna is not no damn mulatto. Mulattoes have one white parent and she has two black parents!
Rihanna's old man is a 100% Bajan mulatto, & her motha is Guyanese 'mixed zambo'(Rihanna's granddad is 'triracial' Guyanese & grandma is mostly Afro-Guyanese w/ a lot of Amerindian blood). Rihanna got her eyes from both sides of the family. ;-)
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#437 May 18, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
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lol cosign baby CO-SIGN! If it's mixed with spanish and still considered "black" american in the U.S.(while looking mixed), then he (Brazil) can't comprehend it because a lot of Latinos want to escape their blackness. They may THINK they'll only be considered latino in the US if they have african blood and spanish in them, but they'll ALSO be considered black, NOT white. Now, if they are just coming over here from lets say Brazil with spanish/latin surname and they look TOTALLY white and keep their mouth shut then they may effectively "pass" for white in the U.S. The U.S. government actually considers me to be hispanic as well as black and i just found that out when I saw myself on a census form. One census has "black" and another has "hispanic". Me and my family put down "black",(and my dad vehemently hates hispanics and foreigners...lol so he hates himself i guess because he was born in France) while someone else considered the family "hispanic" based on name alone. On job applications and surveys I put down hispanic/latin for ethnic background and black for race since I found out that someone also classifies me as hispanic. I almost got into a fist fight for denying that i was hispanic by a Newyorican. Putting down hispanic as well as black has gotten me more warmth from latinos here in LA that's for sure. But i'm not looking for acceptance from them, i just put down what i am or mention it if they ask and then let people judge as they may.
Dun spout BS here when ya dunno what ya're talkin''bout. BRA peeps have all sorts of names, but mostly Portuguese, although ya'll find thousand BRA peeps w/ Asian, Arabic, Dutch, British, Slavic, Spanish, French names, etc. ;-D Yo' Spanish part (if Xistin') is of recent origin, but ya'll never be Hispanic, nor Latin. & the ole Yankland gov't prolly puts down 'black' for yo' race, although ya're 'white', almost as the white Yanks come. ;-D Latin peeps dun want to escape a shyat, cause we all know who we are & where we came from. ;-) If we say we ain't 'black', it's what it is, period. Ya're not part of Hispanic culture & world, & ya'll hardly part of Latin world, no matter how we look @ it. ;-D
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#438 May 18, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
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my dad don't have a "mexican" surname. My ancestors came straight from Seville, Andalusia Spain between 1760-1800. They went to Cuba first in privateering hoisting gold bouillion from British cargo ships (which is piracy for those who don't know), then they went to southern florida, and then the Gulf Coast, Mississippi and Southern Louisiana.
There ya go, it's like an average Yank IVigger claimin' English, Scottish, Welsh & Irish origin based on his/her name alone. ;-D How many Afro-BRA peeps should claim British, French, Spanish, Slavic, German, Italian, Arabic, Asian based on their names?! ;-) & who says yo''Spanish' ancestors weren't Iberian gypsies?! Ya dunno that for sho. ;-D
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#439 May 18, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
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I'm not desperate to be latino, I'm not from latin america. I am hispanic though. Would you like to see the definition of hispanic?
.../hispanic
I fit the first definition, while you are the second. The first definition is the term most widely applied and used.
Nah, ya're neither Hispanic nor Latin. ;-) Ya're simply Anglo so be proud of it. ;-D
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#440 May 18, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
to dominican boy:
Apparently dipshit you don't know the definition of hispanic yourself, so stfu
Hispanic is a person from [or originally from] Hispanic American Countries (including Spain) who is living in the USA [or US Citizen]. Like many other ethnical groups, Hispanics are originally from different races cultures, religions and backgrounds, Caucasians, Asians, Africans, Middle Eastern, Natives, Mestizos.
The term Hispanic, as "dominated" by the Office of Management and Budget, is used in the United States for people with origins in Spanish-speaking countries, like Mexico, Costa Rica. Contrary to many beliefs, Hispanic is not a race, as the Chilean Nobel Prize Gabriela Mistral once said, "mi patria es mi lengua" (My fatherland is my language). Latino, from American Spanish, is used in some cases as an abbreviation for latino americano or "Latin American" and tends to be used interchangeably with Hispanic in the United States.[25] In other Hispanophone countries, Hispanic and Latino are not commonly used. The term "Latin America" (considered by some obsolete) was used for the first time in the nineteenth century when the French occupied Mexico (1862–1867), leading to the Second Mexican Empire, and wanted to be included in what was considered Spanish America.
Read more info:...
& ya dun fit anywhere in this description/definition, sorry to burst yo' Yank Anglo wishful Hispanic bubble. ;-D
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#441 May 18, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
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are you just realizing that you may indeed be classified with me as a black american?
Nah, he surely wouldn't, & ya'd be classified as 'almost white' if caught by NYPD dudes while pissin' on the street. ;-D BTW, how do ya know it's he & not she?! ;-)
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#442 May 18, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
so, if you REALLY wanted to stretch that sht (the definition of "latino" i mean) you could include all haitians and louisiana creoles and anyone of portuguese, italian, french, or romanian descent because these are all latin-based cultures and languages. However, that's not the meaning most commonly used in the united states and i highly doubt that a cajun person would want to be classified as being "latino", because "latino" means "hispanic country" in the US and the cajuns wouldn't want to lose their culture and meaning in american society by being lumped with yall.
Well, Yank Louisiana (French) Creoles enter this description loosely. ;-D Just like Quebecoise & Cajun. ;-)'Latin' in the ole Yankland includes even BRA. ;-D
Genevieve11

Los Angeles, CA

#443 May 18, 2013
UruEuWauWau wrote:
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Dun spout BS here when ya dunno what ya're talkin''bout. BRA peeps have all sorts of names, but mostly Portuguese, although ya'll find thousand BRA peeps w/ Asian, Arabic, Dutch, British, Slavic, Spanish, French names, etc. ;-D Yo' Spanish part (if Xistin') is of recent origin, but ya'll never be Hispanic, nor Latin. & the ole Yankland gov't prolly puts down 'black' for yo' race, although ya're 'white', almost as the white Yanks come. ;-D Latin peeps dun want to escape a shyat, cause we all know who we are & where we came from. ;-) If we say we ain't 'black', it's what it is, period. Ya're not part of Hispanic culture & world, & ya'll hardly part of Latin world, no matter how we look @ it. ;-D
since when did i say that brazil didn't have diversity in its population? Nowhere did i say that there weren't other ethnicities in brazil, you completely missed the point. Now, i busted out Merriam Webster dictionary as well as historical fact on yo delusional *sses. LMFAO, it sounds like you hella mad or something. And you're confusing race and ethnicity. They wouldn't put down Tego Calderon as a "non-hispanic" black person, they would have to check off both for ethnicity: "black" for race (which i'm not denying), and "hispanic" for ethnicity.

Hispanic is NOT a race, but more of a loose ethnic grouping. Your race Brazil is black...not "dark cicada", "gitano", or "juice-are-us" (or what ever yall call it down there to say "i'm not black") and you know it. I KNOW what i'm talkin about because i have relatives in government positions, and i've searched for jobs since graduating college.

As for identification: LA creoles are for sure their own group. We identify more with the French Caucasians and not no dark swarthy spaniards because that's what binds us TOGETHER. That's what unifies us, because some LA creoles do not have spanish ancestry due to the short time they were here. There were not a lot of Spanish in LA, but i know what i'm talking about, i don't know why you're living in denial and are trying to argue fact, i have a whole thread about this where African Americans themselves are getting OWNED on LA creole history so what makes you think you can tell ME about where I stand in America?
drumasses

Howell, MI

#444 May 18, 2013
why'd they said if it has a white father what is difference??

uh somewhat lighter I have friends I didn't even know were black till i saw thier black parent..
drumasses

Howell, MI

#445 May 18, 2013
mulattos are just proof how good the white race is makes black people look way better..
Amelia Sugar COCAINE

Castle Rock, CO

#446 May 18, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
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lol cosign baby CO-SIGN! If it's mixed with spanish and still considered "black" american in the U.S.(while looking mixed), then he (Brazil) can't comprehend it because a lot of Latinos want to escape their blackness. They may THINK they'll only be considered latino in the US if they have african blood and spanish in them, but they'll ALSO be considered black, NOT white. Now, if they are just coming over here from lets say Brazil with spanish/latin surname and they look TOTALLY white and keep their mouth shut then they may effectively "pass" for white in the U.S. The U.S. government actually considers me to be hispanic as well as black and i just found that out when I saw myself on a census form. One census has "black" and another has "hispanic". Me and my family put down "black",(and my dad vehemently hates hispanics and foreigners...lol so he hates himself i guess because he was born in France) while someone else considered the family "hispanic" based on name alone. On job applications and surveys I put down hispanic/latin for ethnic background and black for race since I found out that someone also classifies me as hispanic. I almost got into a fist fight for denying that i was hispanic by a Newyorican. Putting down hispanic as well as black has gotten me more warmth from latinos here in LA that's for sure. But i'm not looking for acceptance from them, i just put down what i am or mention it if they ask and then let people judge as they may.
Thanks baby girl lol. Interesting that you are considered hispanic, but I can see why many would consider you hispanic. Girl your background is confusing hahaha. Lets see if I can remember - African ancestry (black), French, Native American, and Spanish?
Amelia Sugar COCAINE

Castle Rock, CO

#447 May 18, 2013
UruEuWauWau wrote:
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I know these general basics regardin' Yank Louisiana (French) Creoles, but I know much better the history of French creoles around the world. ;-) Spaniards spent only a mere 40 yrs in 'French Louisiana', which is basically means less than a second in human history. ;-D What ya mix is Hispanic Europeans like Canarians (known as Islenos) & French Canadian immigrants known as Accadians/Cajun in Louisiana, w/ local Yan Louisiana (French) Creoles. ;-)'Zydeco' is basically a Cajun music adopted by Yank Louisiana (French) Creoles, & many Yank Louisiana Creoles who looked 'white' assimil8d to Cajun community. ;-) There's a negligible number of 'Spaniards'(Xcept Canarians) who stayed in Louisiana & mixed w/ Cajun & Yank Louisiana Creoles, fact. ;-) This ODR Yank theory of 1% is a joke, simply b/c there wouldn't be almost 35% of 'white' Yanks today w/ more than 10% of African admixture movin' around as White Yanks today. ;-D
- & not to forget that those Yank Appalachian 'melungeons', based on recent thorough genetic studies came out to be, not like they erroneously believed descendants of Portuguese who never stayed in the ole Yankland more than a week, Africans & Amerindians, but simple mulattoes as a result of mixin' between sub-Saharan African men & N. or C.European (poor) women. Here ya can find out a bit more ;-)
h.ttp://is.gd/L6248n
Reality bites again. ;-D
But I was clearly debunking what you mentioned about our backgrounds being that her and I are Louisiana Creoles. You have stated before to her that there are no Louisiana Creoles with Spanish ancestry when that is incorrect. The SPANIARDS and French settlers/enslavers, when they came to Louisiana to bring over African slaves, they already found people of color there and were confused to what to classify us as because of our racial makeup and that we were freed people of color. So yes, Spaniards play a role in Louisiana Creole history as well as the French, moreso the French.
Amelia Sugar COCAINE

Castle Rock, CO

#448 May 18, 2013
UruEuWauWau wrote:
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Well, Yank Louisiana (French) Creoles enter this description loosely. ;-D Just like Quebecoise & Cajun. ;-)'Latin' in the ole Yankland includes even BRA. ;-D
What description do we insert Uru?
Amelia Sugar COCAINE

Castle Rock, CO

#449 May 18, 2013
UruEuWauWau wrote:
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& ya dun fit anywhere in this description/definition, sorry to burst yo' Yank Anglo wishful Hispanic bubble. ;-D
Don't be so coy. In my personal opinion and my opinion only, it is better to be a Creole (Louisiana) than a hispanic. Just saying. We take great pride in our heritage, not to say that hispanic pride should be down played. They have a beautiful culture as well.
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#451 May 18, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
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since when did i say that brazil didn't have diversity in its population? Nowhere did i say that there weren't other ethnicities in brazil, you completely missed the point. Now, i busted out Merriam Webster dictionary as well as historical fact on yo delusional *sses. LMFAO, it sounds like you hella mad or something. And you're confusing race and ethnicity. They wouldn't put down Tego Calderon as a "non-hispanic" black person, they would have to check off both for ethnicity: "black" for race (which i'm not denying), and "hispanic" for ethnicity.
Hispanic is NOT a race, but more of a loose ethnic grouping. Your race Brazil is black...not "dark cicada", "gitano", or "juice-are-us" (or what ever yall call it down there to say "i'm not black") and you know it. I KNOW what i'm talkin about because i have relatives in government positions, and i've searched for jobs since graduating college.
As for identification: LA creoles are for sure their own group. We identify more with the French Caucasians and not no dark swarthy spaniards because that's what binds us TOGETHER. That's what unifies us, because some LA creoles do not have spanish ancestry due to the short time they were here. There were not a lot of Spanish in LA, but i know what i'm talking about, i don't know why you're living in denial and are trying to argue fact, i have a whole thread about this where African Americans themselves are getting OWNED on LA creole history so what makes you think you can tell ME about where I stand in America?
Duuuym, gyal, ya're so confused 'bout everythin', or simply a bad troll, but funny one. ;-D Check this out. Even Afro-BRA peeps have various names from all continents, & yet they dun claim a shyat. ;-) Actually, not so true. There's a competition in Italy known as 'Miss Italy in the world', where only foreign babes of a clean & proven Italian descent are accepted. There ya can see many Afro-BRA or BRA chicks in general, showin' off their beauty. ;-D Other than that, not really. ;-) & of course, there's a separ8 mixed group of a few millions in BRA known as Italo-Afro-BRA peeps in southern st8s, who intermixed for centuries & built their own identity. ;-D Now,'Hispanic' surely ain't no ethnicity, nor is 'black' a race. ;-) Race is 'IVigger', let's not twist the real concepts here. Culture & sociolinguistic group is 'Hispanic', color is anythin' from dark brown to almost black, n8ionality is 'DomInican', ethnicity can (but it doesn't have to) overlap w/ n8ionality, in this case it can be either Afro-Dominican if recorded as such in DR, or simply Dominican in the ole Yankland. ;-D Ethnicity in DR would be 'German','French','Syrian','Le banese','Cantonese','Afro-Domi nican','Afro-Haitian','Canaria n','Galician','Mixed','Taino'( now Xtinct as a group), etc. ;-) My race surely ain't 'black' & never will be, but 'jussara' in BRA, or simply 'mixed','multiracial','other', eslewhere. ;-D Overwhelming majority of y'all Yank Louisiana (French) Creoles are of French origin w/ negligible (ya gotta beat every nuk & cranny to find some) Spanish ancestry, period. Well, obviously, since a mere 40 yrs of Spanish rule in French Louisiana lasted less than a sec in terms of human history & interactions. ;-)
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#452 May 18, 2013
Amelia Sugar COCAINE wrote:
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Thanks baby girl lol. Interesting that you are considered hispanic, but I can see why many would consider you hispanic. Girl your background is confusing hahaha. Lets see if I can remember - African ancestry (black), French, Native American, and Spanish?
Yet a NYPD cop wouldn't be too confused, slappin' her 'almost white' Yank azz down if needed. ;-D
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#453 May 18, 2013
Amelia Sugar COCAINE wrote:
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But I was clearly debunking what you mentioned about our backgrounds being that her and I are Louisiana Creoles. You have stated before to her that there are no Louisiana Creoles with Spanish ancestry when that is incorrect. The SPANIARDS and French settlers/enslavers, when they came to Louisiana to bring over African slaves, they already found people of color there and were confused to what to classify us as because of our racial makeup and that we were freed people of color. So yes, Spaniards play a role in Louisiana Creole history as well as the French, moreso the French.
Again, French are basically the founders of Yank Louisiana Creoles, period. ;-) Spaniards in French Louisiana Creole history are as good as no-Xistin'. ;-P A house here & there means nuttin'. Just like Spaniards meant little to nuttin' in cre8ion of Haitian society & identity, despite bein' present on Haitian side of Hispaniola longer than in French Louisiana. ;-D In the modern history of Latin & Hispanic immigrants to Yank Louisiana there were surely some mixed families here & there, nuttin' more. ;-) I see a lot of BS goin' on even in official Yank stats that have little to do w/ reality. ;-P Like in case of Yank Appalachian mulongeuns, who are average Yank mulattoes, only intermixin' long enough to form their own unique hybrid group, identified as such. No Portuguese, no Amerindians, & no similar BS stories that were never recorded in the ole Yankland. ;-D French & Dutch were also for many decades in BRA, in various ways, yet their influence on BRA peeps & culture is negligible, but very visible in architecture. ;-)
Amelia Sugar COCAINE

Castle Rock, CO

#454 May 18, 2013
UruEuWauWau wrote:
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Yet a NYPD cop wouldn't be too confused, slappin' her 'almost white' Yank azz down if needed. ;-D
Now that was mean Uru lol. NYPD and LAPD are horrible forces to say the very least. I wouldn't put it past them to slap a woman even the elderly. They've done worse.
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#455 May 18, 2013
Amelia Sugar COCAINE wrote:
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What description do we insert Uru?
Louisiana Creole obviously, & above all Anglo. Hardly 'Latin' & so much less Hispanic. ;-D Then again, Haitians are considered 'Latin' too, so who knows, perhaps old Louisiana French Creoles could still fit in 'Latin' group. Cause they tried hard for centuries to distance themselves from (other) Anglos. ;-)

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