>x isn't white
>y isn't white
>z isn't white
...You guy know that our skin color doesn't matter, right? One's skin does not define one's personality, right?
You guys know it is all """""memes""""", right?
I expected no other response from someone from a country with pic related.
You know skin color is a minor problem for Portugal, right? Your illiterate, pedophile, open defecating "people" are starving right fucking now. 95% of Portugal has no access to clean water, electricity or a toilet. Your economy makes Greeks look like Jews. I'm not even gonna talk about child marriages and forced prostitution. Get your shit together.
>none of that is true though...
I'm not trying to bash Portugal here. No need to be defensive. First step to solve the problem is accepting the problem. I'm sure Protugal will be a civilized country one day.
They are Nordics reserved people?
If you look at the Havamal, Odinn suggests that people be quiet when talking to others. It's a genetic thing.
>Implying race is just skin color
Go ahead and try to run like Usain Bolt, tell me how that works out for you.
Almost all of these guys are black.
Sorry but all men are not created equal.
We use language to formulate our thoughts
Language is tied to an area
Our cultural habitats affect what kind of thoughts we formulate
Culture is tied to an area
Races are also tied to an area
I'm not even gonna go out with the "black have smaller brain" shit, but race matters
Because Portuguese people aren't White.
physical aspect =/= psychological aspect
If black or arabs or whatever, were psychological different thn the rest they wouldn't be able to to what the rest does and they are, so my point is, the behavior you here associate with race has nothing to do with race but with local culture.
That is why your country has a black president and while I wrote this a black thug just killed someone in chicago.
use this one then (pic)
MAYBE, that graphic is influenced by the fact the majority of blacks don't have access to education. And those who do live in troubled areas, which makes it harder for them to focus on education.