Time Cube Redux: Space Moors, Freemasons, black means white, there was no slavery

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So are you saying the Olmec statues are supposed to look like Moors or Moroccans? Because I haven't seen any pictures of native Moroccans that would imply that, on average, they shared similar facial features.
In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
 
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In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
1+1=3 isnt an opinion.
 
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Cobragt4001, please tell me your age. Pls

And, incidentally, how were whie people able to make it over here from Europe if it was "impossible" for the ships of the time to corss the Atlantic and "impossible" for people to survive such long voyages?
 
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In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
this is the kind of thing that gets you banned
 
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In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
But you haven't proven diddly dick.

You've proven that you can shape world history as you see fit for your argument.
 
In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
Noooo don't leave!!!

You at least need to tell us where white people came from
 
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In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
...Sure, let's call your views "alternative".
 
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In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
And he leaves us with a post about the etymology being more important than the modern definition of the word. Almost bringing us full circle. I think.

Maybe.

My brain hurts.
 
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In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
So they were dark skinned? You have taught us all something new.
 

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In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
But you never answered our questions. :(

Stifling my opportunities to learn for free, what is this.
 
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I'm not going to post any links to Greek or Roman statues because the author might become the center of the topic but looking at a statue of a Greek woman gives you an idea of her hair texture.
The head in the image has obviously been subject to erosion that would have destroyed any hair detail. Unless you think that the ancient Moorish ubermensch's face and hair had the same distinctive texture...
 

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In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
If I say that there was no Holocaust, that's not an "alternative opinion".

That's batshit crazy

Same thing applies for slave trade.
 
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In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
I wish I could say it was nice knowing you, but that would just be connotation and denotation.
 
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Holy SHIT

IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW
To make matters worse, Chen is played by Puppey. Change one letter, it become Puppet, indicating that he is a puppet of the illuminati that created the slave conspiracy (how ironic is it that he keeps jungle creeps enslaved?). To make matters worse, look who Na'Vi picked up for their USA squad: The North American REJECTS AKA THE ORIGINAL BLACK MOORS OF NORTH AMERICA! IT ALL COMES FULL CIRCLE!
 
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In Greek, Moor means something dark but that isn't the actual meaning of Moor. The Greeks associated Moor with the appearance of the Moorish people which makes their definition connotative but proves a point on what the Moors looked like. I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
Awwwww.

Now we just wait for Lionel.
 
Oct 22, 2013
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I'm off for now, hopefully I don't get banned for expressing my point of view, seems alternative opinions are against the rules in recent times here on neogaf.
You spent most of your time dodging questions, making claims that were immediately proved false with hard evidence, and posting links to things you wanted us to both read and also not read. Your "alternative opinion" is about as strong as wet tissue. Have a good night.
 

Dark Schala

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but we never learned of the origins of white race, or the corrupt semi-Moorish Indians and Native Americans
OP just gave us a free sample.

He probably wants us to pay thousands of dollars for several classes arranged in some sort of hierarchy so we take them according to which rank we are.

I don't have $1000 for the first class. :(
 
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