Do French men like black women?

Created by Omar El-Sobky on Apr 20, 2010

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Alexandre

Markópoulo, Greece

#107 May 27, 2012
Meredi wrote:
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She had been questioned a long time - they asked who else could have done it - she said he could have. I don't think she would have done such a thing being questioned in America by police - she shouldn't have done that - that is why they let the charge against her for falsely testify against the bar owner - however they considered her 4 year stay in prison as time served for that crime. She was not found guilty of murder and was released and allowed to come back to the US.
Mignini still wanted to retry the case. In the US and I imagine in Canada a prosecutor who had been convicted of abuse of power would be suspended from working on cases. In Italy Mignini was still able to work. That seems very wrong to me.
She sure did accuse another black man, the bar owner, and tried to blame it on him. Always easier to blame the black guy, right? Now a black man is serving a jail term and the real killer is roaming the streets of Seattle. She is also an anti semite of the worst sort: "She then screamed:'My people killed your people,' and began laughing hysterically."

Did you see the look in her eyes? Those piercing blue eyes, as cold as the steel of the knife that slit Meredith’s throat. There is something disquieting about Amanda Knox, something that slightly chills the blood. Remember Meredi, there is a fine line between sex addiction and murder. And Amanda crossed that line to satisfy her perversions.

~A~

Since: Mar 12

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#108 May 27, 2012
Alexander - Many could look at you and say you have evil looking eyes, disquieting eyes. They could point to the racial prejudice you show in your written comments on this site and accuse you.

As for Knox's slander against the bar owner, Patrick Lumumba - look at what happened during questioning.

"Amanda was told that her boss, Patrick Lumumba was the man that attacked Meredith.(the police suggested it first because they went through Amanda's phone and found a text - so you may as well accused the Italian police of racial profiling) She did not give Patrick's name to the police. His name was suggested to her.

The police took a text message on Amanda's phone out of context. The text from Amanda to Patrick, "see you later" was taken literally by investigators. In the US, this phrase, in the context that it was written, simply means goodbye. The police told Amanda the text meant that she planned on meeting Patrick on the night of the murder. The police also left out the second part of the message, "good night." When you put the phrase together, it explains the meaning even more clearly. Amanda had no intention of meeting Patrick that night. She was simply saying goodbye to Patrick in the text.

The interrogators told Amanda to imagine she was at the cottage. She was told to imagine that Patrick committed the crime...
Once again she was told to imagine that she was there. She still could not do it...After many hours of interrogation -(mental and physical exhaustion set in she was also scare, and slapped on the back of her head, told she was a liar and she was confused and not remembering and told she would spent 30 years in jail and never go home to her family)

Suffering from extreme exhaustion with no food nor water, after a long and grueling interrogation - Amanda Knox gave in to the interrogators demands by describing an imaginary dream or vision. In this vision, she was in the kitchen covering her ears to block out screams while the man she worked for, Patrick Lumumba, was in Meredith's bedroom.

This "so called" confession was typed out by the police. The confession >was not written by Amanda Knox<. At least 12 members of the police force interrogated Amanda."

This is part of Amanda's own note which is different from the police's typed statement they coerced her into - notice she is not accusing in fact she is saying there is doubt on everything and many questions.

"I'm trying, I really am, because I'm scared for myself. I know I didn't kill Meredith. That's all I know for sure. In these flashbacks that I'm having, I see Patrik as the murderer, but the way the truth feels in my mind, there is no way for me to have known because I don't remember FOR SURE if I was at my house that night. The questions that need answering, at least for how I'm thinking are:
1. Why did Raffaele lie?(or for you) Did Raffaele lie?
2. Why did I think of Patrik?
3. Is the evidence proving my pressance [sic] at the time and place of the crime reliable? If so, what does this say about my memory? Is it reliable?
4. Is there any other evidence condemning Patrik or any other person?
3. Who is the REAL murder [sic]? This is particularly important because I don't feel I can be used as condemning testimone [sic] in this instance. "

Amanda's note may have cast shadow on Lumumba but that is due to the police suggestion and coersion - even then Amanda clearly doesn't think she can be a good witness regarding Lumumba's guilt.

BTW - hearsay - sensational headlines and trashy newspapers rarely give you the facts it's best to look it up yourself.
the examiner

Montréal, Canada

#109 May 27, 2012
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europ...

Kercher family left with just a question: who killed Meredith?
Truth about murder remains elusive, with even the existence of a second assailant now in doubt. Peter Popham reports

Since: Mar 12

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#111 May 27, 2012
The prosecution argued that a severed clasp of Kercher's bra revealed traces of both her DNA and that of Sollecito.[227] Knox's lawyers argued that the sample had been contaminated during the investigation at the crime scene, and when the investigators accidentally moved the clasp across the room, during the 47-day delay in retrieving some of the samples.[228]

Knox's DNA was matched to the handle of a kitchen knife recovered from a kitchen drawer in Sollecito's apartment, where Knox said she had used it to cook. Patrizia Stefanoni, a forensic scientist in Rome, said that a DNA sample from the blade was "compatible" with Kercher's profile, though there was no blood on the blade. The sample was a low copy number (LCN) sample, which should have been run several times for confirmation, as the chance of contamination is higher. The prosecution did not tell the defence that it was a low copy number sample.[229]

There was also a problem with the chain of evidence. The inspector who collected the knife sealed it in an evidence envelope and passed it to a superintendent at the station. The superintendent, who had searched Knox's room earlier in the day,[230] took it out of the envelope and placed it in a Renato Balestra calendar box. Dempsey writes that he left it for some time in a closet and failed to make clear how he transported it to the laboratory in Rome. According to Dempsey, the knife was also problematic because it did not match the outline of the knife print left on Kercher's bed, where the killer appeared to have laid it down, and it was too large to have made the two smaller cuts on Kercher's neck.[229] Prosecution witnesses said the knife could have made the larger wound, though this was also contested.[231] Carlo Torre, a professor of criminal science based in Turin, hired by Knox, testified that all three wounds originated from a knife that had a blade one quarter the size of the one recovered from Sollecito's flat.[232]

In December 2010, the judge presiding over Knox and Sollecito's appeal ordered a re-examination of the DNA evidence pertaining to the knife and the bra clasp. The June 2011 report from independent experts appointed by the court said the evidence was "unreliable because not supported by scientifically valid analytical procedures." They concluded that the tests on the blade of the knife were not reliable, because the international protocol for tests on low copy number DNA analysis had not been followed. The police investigation had also not adhered to international standards for the collection of DNA samples. The scientists said the previous test results could have been the result of contamination.[153] The report concluded that the police either mishandled evidence or failed to follow proper forensic procedure 54 times

Since: Mar 12

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#112 May 27, 2012
The prosecution then stated that Kercher's murder had involved a sex game gone wrong, or that the victim had refused to participate in an orgy. They also alleged that Knox had been motivated by jealousy. The prosecution further suggested that Guede had gone to the cottage to meet Knox, that Knox had stolen money from Kercher to pay Guede for drugs, and that Kercher had walked in at the wrong time and was sexually assaulted and murdered.

The defence argued that the prosecution had put forward several different theories but no convincing evidence of a motive for the murder. Knox testified that she regarded Kercher as her friend and had no reason to kill her.

The prosecution alleged that Knox and Sollecito had false alibis for the time of the murder. Sollecito maintained that he was at his flat, using his computer. Police computer analysts testified that his computer had been used until 9:10 on the evening of the murder, then again at 5:32 the next morning. Knox maintained she was with Sollecito at the time, but during police questioning after 10 pm on 5 November 2007, Sollecito said that he could not be certain she was with him when he was asleep. Their version of events was contradicted by a witness, who testified that he had seen Knox and Sollecito chatting animatedly on a basketball court around five times between 9:30 and midnight on the night of the murder. At the appeals trial, the witness, a homeless heroin addict who has appeared as a witness in a number of murder trials, offered contradictory testimony concerning the date he said he saw Knox and Sollecito, and other crucial details.

A Perugia shopkeeper testified that Knox had gone to his supermarket at 7:45 on the morning after the murder, at a time when she was, according to her account, still at Sollecito's. The shopkeeper first informed police of his recollection months after the crime occurred at the prompting of a reporter who was his friend. A worker in the shop testified that she had not seen Knox.

A report by the appeal court judges said that, though the timing of events in Knox and Sollecito's accounts did not perfectly match, this was "very different" from giving false alibis

Since: Mar 12

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#113 May 27, 2012
Okay I am done with this now - if people prefer to believe homeless heroin addicted witnesses and trust Prosecutors who have convictions of abuse of power and ignore the DNA evidence on Guede a known criminal then all I can say is the hatred of Americans is coloring perceptions.

At first watching the sensationalized tv news shows I thought she was guilty myself - it wasn't until I started looking into the important facts that came from the appeal trial that I began to realize she was falsely accused of murder.

And yes at first I read everything into her piercing eyes - I read it in because I was not well informed and I wanted to believe she was psycho. But she is not and her looks and actions were not that damning to make her a murderer without any evidence to back it up.
Alexandre

Keratsíni, Greece

#114 May 27, 2012
Meredi wrote:
Okay I am done with this now - if people prefer to believe homeless heroin addicted witnesses and trust Prosecutors who have convictions of abuse of power and ignore the DNA evidence on Guede a known criminal then all I can say is the hatred of Americans is coloring perceptions.
At first watching the sensationalized tv news shows I thought she was guilty myself - it wasn't until I started looking into the important facts that came from the appeal trial that I began to realize she was falsely accused of murder.
And yes at first I read everything into her piercing eyes - I read it in because I was not well informed and I wanted to believe she was psycho. But she is not and her looks and actions were not that damning to make her a murderer without any evidence to back it up.
I guess she will have to commit another murder to be locked up once and for goood. Watch out for any psychotic sex addict roaming the streets with a knife.
Hey, I don't live in her state, you do!

~A~
chuma

South Africa

#115 Jun 6, 2012
Hey if I go to France is it a possible to meet a french men who will like my native south african physique! That's caucasion frenchmen please! I'm FYI I'm black.Just wanna know if its possible or if I'll have to settle in italy!

Since: Mar 12

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#117 Jun 10, 2012
chuma wrote:
Hey if I go to France is it a possible to meet a french men who will like my native south african physique! That's caucasion frenchmen please! I'm FYI I'm black.Just wanna know if its possible or if I'll have to settle in italy!
Are you immigrating to another country to find a white man?

Not sure what you mean by native south african physique - are you talking about your body size and shape?

I think the French perception of the body is less about health for the individual and more about how to look good in skinny jeans. I think in Italy it may be a teensy bit more relaxed.

If you are not talking about body size or shape but really want to talk about skin color - honestly I don't know which country is more welcoming to people with dark skin from Africa.

Maybe someone else here can help this lady out.

In my opinion though - I wouldn't move to a country just to find a white guy to date. If you move to another country you should consider if you could be happy there even without a white man. If you are happy and enjoy life then you will probably draw nice people around you and maybe a soul mate who cares about you.

Good Luck

Since: May 12

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#118 Jun 10, 2012
As far as I know, french guys are not that much into black women.
Still, you can find some old frenchies who get trapped by some african scammers...
What to say... two trash people, get together, fine for them....

Now I sort of know more caucasian french women who appreciate black men, whatever they french or african. Again it's their choice... Somehow, when a plump fugly girl meet a man, whatever he is black, if this man loves her to the max and got passion in his eyes when he touches her, then , isn't it very fine for those two ?

What I can say from French context : mix couple are highly tolerated and very very normal out there... My sister is with a tunisian for at least 5 or 6 years, I am married to a korean woman I met in my hometown where she was studying french language... No one says anything about it in my family, at all.

We (most of french) see it weirder that black just marry black all the time, than people marrying randomly same skin color or not same skin.
I know it is not true for all american couple and families, but we see lot of images from there, with both living appart... like american people seem to "mix" at school, mix at the office, but they don't mix in the family... Maybe I am wrong about it ?

Anyway, even if a good 20% of frenchies are racists. Still the other 80% consider it's normal to mix, or not to mix.. more normal than being "stuck" to one community.
We can say a french man who loves a black woman will be helped by the french context, he wont face much discrimination, won't face bad look (except if he is 50 and she is 20, of course).

I prefer seeing people mixing to each other...than marrying their own cousins.
la fouine

Jakarta, Indonesia

#119 Jun 10, 2012
Basically if you are good-looking no matter what colour skin you have, you will be welcomed everywhere on Western world. Some French guy like it black, some like it white, some like it brown. It's about the same or less all over the Western hemisphere, especially the Western Europe & Northern America.

Since: Sep 11

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#120 Jun 10, 2012
There is nothing wrong with a little bit of chocolate.

Since: Mar 12

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#121 Jun 16, 2012
funnyD wrote:
As far as I know, french guys are not that much into black women.
Still, you can find some old frenchies who get trapped by some african scammers...
What to say... two trash people, get together, fine for them....
Now I sort of know more caucasian french women who appreciate black men, whatever they french or african. Again it's their choice... Somehow, when a plump fugly girl meet a man, whatever he is black, if this man loves her to the max and got passion in his eyes when he touches her, then , isn't it very fine for those two ?
What I can say from French context : mix couple are highly tolerated and very very normal out there... My sister is with a tunisian for at least 5 or 6 years, I am married to a korean woman I met in my hometown where she was studying french language... No one says anything about it in my family, at all.
We (most of french) see it weirder that black just marry black all the time, than people marrying randomly same skin color or not same skin.
I know it is not true for all american couple and families, but we see lot of images from there, with both living appart... like american people seem to "mix" at school, mix at the office, but they don't mix in the family... Maybe I am wrong about it ?
Anyway, even if a good 20% of frenchies are racists. Still the other 80% consider it's normal to mix, or not to mix.. more normal than being "stuck" to one community.
We can say a french man who loves a black woman will be helped by the french context, he wont face much discrimination, won't face bad look (except if he is 50 and she is 20, of course).
I prefer seeing people mixing to each other...than marrying their own cousins.
Very helpful answers - and they seem to been honestly from your own perspective and observations.

Since: Sep 11

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#122 Jun 18, 2012
I like beautiful black women.
la fouine

Jimbaran, Indonesia

#123 Jun 27, 2012
Clayton Rockwell wrote:
I like beautiful black women.
What about Asian women?
Alexandre

Keratsíni, Greece

#124 Jun 27, 2012
la fouine wrote:
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What about Asian women?
la fouine, what is your race? are you chinese or indian?(I like both with a preference for indian ladies)

~A~

Since: Jun 12

Paris, France

#125 Jun 28, 2012
Souvent, quand je cherche un pantalon à Paris, les boutiques montrent sur les mannequins de vitrine qu'ils sont désormais aux "normes africaines" (si les mannequins sont anciens on rembourre le fessier :) Donc oui, cela me semble très normal que les Français aiment les Africaines (je suis caucasienne blonde etc. et la beauté africaine me semble, sans jalousie aucune, magnifique!)
la fouine

Bekasi, Indonesia

#126 Jun 28, 2012
Marie75 wrote:
Souvent, quand je cherche un pantalon à Paris, les boutiques montrent sur les mannequins de vitrine qu'ils sont désormais aux "normes africaines" (si les mannequins sont anciens on rembourre le fessier :) Donc oui, cela me semble très normal que les Français aiment les Africaines (je suis caucasienne blonde etc. et la beauté africaine me semble, sans jalousie aucune, magnifique!)
Do you like black men?
Alexandre

Keratsíni, Greece

#127 Jun 29, 2012
Marie75 wrote:
Souvent, quand je cherche un pantalon à Paris, les boutiques montrent sur les mannequins de vitrine qu'ils sont désormais aux "normes africaines" (si les mannequins sont anciens on rembourre le fessier :) Donc oui, cela me semble très normal que les Français aiment les Africaines (je suis caucasienne blonde etc. et la beauté africaine me semble, sans jalousie aucune, magnifique!)
Merci Marie. Oui je vois que tu es de race arienne caucasienne blonde. Tu as deja couche avec un noir?

~A~
Sandy

Seattle, WA

#128 Jun 29, 2012
chuma wrote:
Hey if I go to France is it a possible to meet a french men who will like my native south african physique! That's caucasion frenchmen please! I'm FYI I'm black.Just wanna know if its possible or if I'll have to settle in italy!
Italians are not white...Try Germany or Austria, they find slender black women attractive

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