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    Default What is the reason that rare to see mentally healthy brown member?

    We have some black member like Moby or this new papuan guy (i dont know his name) they seems normal, Waadad was mostly funny, chinese/east asian members are also normal in general, but brown members are totally crazy... not all, but tons of them.
    Whats the reason? I have noticed they wannabe mosty white or black. Why they cannot accept themselves as brown?

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    Mentally healthy people will never be the majority on an Internet forum, especially an anthroforum lol.
    The brown/mixed race Brazilians and other sudacas here, most of whom are more involved in the genetics part, are mentally healthier than me and the majority of us. The insane ones are Turks, Gypsies and similars who seek validation as European or something.
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    Because they always seek acceptance from euro members (maybe because of some phenotype overlap, even being aliens genetically) just see at some turkish members pretending to be white, moreover, racism is part of brown societies, therefore is normal to find triggered/incivilized brown trolls, mostly from South Asia and ME.

    Black members and some North Africans (Wadaad, Kamal900, Adamm) seems to be much more polite than South Asian/Middle Easterner ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by capocannoniere View Post
    Mentally healthy people will never be the majority on an Internet forum, especially an anthroforum lol.
    The brown/mixed race Brazilians and other sudacas here, most of whom are more involved in the genetics part, are mentally healthier than me and most of us. Most of the insane ones are Turks, Gypsies and similars who seek validation as European or something.
    We wuz 'mentally ill' shiznit nigga . A person has to be especially mentally retarded at math and science to believe in "mental illness' or the more insidious positive sounding 'mental health'. I feel like I live on a planet full of mentally retarded chimpanzees sometimes and that includes the 'high IQ' longbowman who thinks many people here are 'mentally ill' and shows no skepticism to the religious cult like dogma of psychiatry . One can explain it to the mentally retarded chimps who form the masses on planet earth but it fails to reach a pathway to their brain so they just parrot propaganda from the main media instead :

    This year has been an especially nightmarish one for psychiatry defenders.

    Receiving widespread attention in the mainstream media was the July 2022 article “The Serotonin Theory of Depression: A Systematic Umbrella Review of the Evidence,” published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry. In it, Joanna Moncrieff, co-chairperson of the Critical Psychiatry Network, and her co-researchers examined hundreds of different types of studies that attempted to detect a relationship between depression and serotonin, and concluded that there is no evidence of a link between low levels of serotonin and depression, stating: “We suggest it is time to acknowledge that the serotonin theory of depression is not empirically substantiated.”

    Psychiatry apologists tried to convince the general public that Moncrieff’s findings were not newsworthy, as psychiatrist David Hellerstein, professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center and director of Columbia’s Depression Evaluation Service, attempted to belittle Moncrieff in this manner: “Wow, next she’ll tackle the discrediting of the black bile theory of depression.” However, given the reality that the vast majority of society had heard nothing from psychiatry about the discarding of this serotonin theory of depression, what followed has been public mockery of psychiatry and its Big Pharma partners for their duplicity.

    Then, in August of 2022, receiving less attention was an even more devastating blow to psychiatry, so damaging and so indefensible that psychiatry’s only response was to ignore it. Published in the journal Neuron, Raymond Dolan—considered one of the most influential neuroscientists in the world—co-authored “Functional Neuroimaging in Psychiatry and the Case for Failing Better,” concluding, “Despite three decades of intense neuroimaging research, we still lack a neurobiological account for any psychiatric condition.”

    Reflecting on the more than 16,000 neuroimaging articles published during the last 30 years, Dolan and his co-authors concluded: “It remains difficult to refute a critique that psychiatry’s most fundamental characteristic is its ignorance. . . . Casting a cold eye on the psychiatric neuroimaging literature invites a conclusion that despite 30 years of intense research and considerable technological advances, this enterprise has not delivered a neurobiological account (i.e., a mechanistic explanation) for any psychiatric disorder, nor has it provided a credible imaging-based biomarker of clinical utility.”

    So in 2022, research reviews published in prestigious journals have made it clear that there is no neurobiological evidence—no chemical imbalance, no brain structure evidence—for any psychiatric condition.

    But that’s not the end of psychiatry’s 2022 nightmare.

    From one of the most prominent establishment psychiatrists in the world, we heard in 2022 that the DSM (psychiatry’s diagnostic manual, published by the American Psychiatric Association) lacks validity. Thomas Insel, when National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) director in 2013, had quietly stated in his NIMH blog that the DSM’s diagnostic categories lack validity, and he announced that “NIMH will be re-orienting its research away from DSM categories”; then, in 2022, he informed the general public about DSM invalidity in his book Healing, which has received mainstream media attention. In this book, Insel states: “The DSM had created a common language, but much of that language had not been validated by science.” In plain language, Insel is calling the DSM, in a scientific sense, bullshit.

    In 2022, increasing numbers of Americans also heard about psychiatry’s abysmal treatment outcome record. Insel, as NIMH director in 2011, had quietly acknowledged: “Whatever we’ve been doing for five decades, it ain’t working. And when I look at the numbers—the number of suicides, number of disabilities, mortality data—it’s abysmal, and it’s not getting any better.” In 2021, the New York Times concluded that psychiatry had done “little to improve the lives of the millions of people living with persistent mental distress. Almost every measure of our collective mental health—rates of suicide, anxiety, depression, addiction deaths, psychiatric prescription use—went the wrong direction, even as access to services expanded greatly.” And in 2022, in Healing, Insel repeated to the general public what he had previously acknowledged about psychiatry’s history of abysmal outcomes, noting: “While we studied the risk factors for suicide, the death rate had climbed 33 percent” despite increased treatment, reporting that, “Since 2001, prescriptions for psychiatric medications have more than doubled, with one in six American adults on a psychiatric drug.”

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    https://www.madinamerica.com/2022/10...rical-defense/

    Mental Disorders Do Not Exist



    To say that a person should have a right to consider himself mentally ill and to take a drug is one thing. This is an argument from the principle of individual freedom.

    To say that such a person knows what he is doing by some objective standard is quite another thing.

    Objectively speaking, mental illnesses and disorders do not exist.

    Officially, all mental disorders are said to be chemical imbalances in the brain. Not just any imbalances, but specific ones. But, this assertion is unproven. There is no evidence for it.

    For example, for any of the 297 so-called mental disorders listed in the official publication of the American Psychiatric Association, there are no defining physical tests. No blood tests, no urine tests, no saliva tests, no laboratory tests of any kind.

    This is a fact.

    Since it is a fact, it is odd that all psychiatrists are medical doctors. What are they doing that is medical?

    Well, they are prescribing drugs. Yes. But I could prescribe drugs if I had a license to do so and a prescription pad.

    The profession of psychiatry asserts that these drugs erase or alleviate “the brain chemical imbalances” that form the basis for all mental disorders. Yet the brain-imbalance hypothesis is unproven. It may “make sense” to some people, but that doesn’t constitute evidence.

    People, of course, are free to believe the brain-chemical-imbalance hypothesis is true. Belief doesn’t make it true.

    People are also free to believe the hypothesis that strange behavior emanates from the Devil or a Karmic curse.

    A person says, “I was diagnosed with clinical depression and I took Prozac, and ever since then I’ve felt much happier.”

    Yes. Fine. I have no interest in challenging that statement. I merely point out that there are people who have felt depressed and took a crystal they claimed was sacred, rubbed it on their heads, and felt better from then on.

    There are people who have joined a church and prayed and felt better.

    Why is the Prozac experience more compelling than crystals or prayer?

    I’m not talking about what a person says makes him feel better. I’m talking about what psychiatrists claim is science. And when you scratch the surface of that, you come up with: no compelling evidence.

    Yet, in courts and in doctors’ offices and at academic conferences and in the pages of professional journals and in political gulags, the science of discrete and separate and definable mental disorders is treated as settled, confirmed, verified, certain. That is a baldfaced lie.

    All 297 official mental disorders, listed in the (DSM) publication of the American Psychiatric Association, are defined and approved by committees of psychiatrists. Whether it is schizophrenia or autism or ADHD or clinical depression or bipolar disease, the definitions consist wholly of described behaviors. That’s all.

    Psychiatrists will tell you these symptomatic behaviors are signs of underlying chemical imbalances or genetic aberrations, but again, they have no tests to back up this assertion. Therefore, all they left with are the behaviors and their own menu-like collections of those behaviors.

    Yes, people suffer in life, and they experience confusion and doubt. They have problems. They have trouble with relationships. They feel sad. They feel all sorts of things. They feel pain. They don’t know how to move ahead with plans. They sometimes feel their lives are at an impasse. Yes.

    This is far different from claiming they have a specific and detectable chemical imbalance which can be tested for.

    “Well,” many psychiatrists say, “the hypothesis of chemical balance is confirmed if the drugs work, because the drugs are, in fact, based on the idea that chemical imbalances underlie mental disorders.”

    Let’s examine that approach. Take, for example, Ritalin.

    The 1994 Textbook of Psychiatry, published by the American Psychiatric Press, contains this review (Popper and Steingard): “Stimulants [such as Ritalin] do not produce lasting improvements in aggressivity, conduct disorder, criminality, education achievement, job functioning, marital relationships, or long-term adjustment.”

    Not a ringing endorsement.

    How about, say, the antidepressants prescribed to children?

    A shocking review-study published in The Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases (1996, v.184, no.2), written by Rhoda L. Fisher and Seymour Fisher, called “Antidepressants for Children,” concludes: “Despite unanimous literature of double-blind studies indicating that antidepressants are no more effective than placebos in treating depression in children and adolescents, such medications continue to be in wide use.”

    Here is a link to the official psychiatric definition of autism disorder. It’s worth reading:

    https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/hcp-dsm.html

    Notice that all the criteria for a diagnosis are behavioral. There is no mention of laboratory tests or test results. There is no definitive mention of chemical imbalance or genetic factors.

    Despite public-relations statements issued by doctors and researchers, they have no laboratory findings to establish or confirm a diagnosis.

    But, people say, this makes no sense, because children do, in fact, withdraw from the world, stop speaking, throw sudden tantrums. Common sense seems to dictate that these behaviors stem from serious neurological problems.

    Let’s briefly examine that. What could cause the behaviors listed in the official definition of autism disorder:

    * a vaccine injury;
    * a head injury in an accident;
    * an ingestion of a neurological poison;
    * an environmental chemical;
    * a severe nutritional deficit;
    * perhaps the emotional devastation accompanying the death of a parent…

    However, in that case, why bother to call it “autism?” Why not just say vaccine injury or head injury? The answer should be clear: By establishing a label like autism, medical drugs can be sold. Studies can be funded. An industry can be created.

    In fact, when it comes to the US government’s vaccine injury compensation program for parents whose children have suffered vaccine injury, the government can engage in a con game. The government can say, “In order to establish a cause for autism, we must find a single underlying factor that applies to all cases of autism. Since we know that some children who are diagnosed with autism have not received vaccines, or have not received vaccines containing a neurological poison (mercury), we do not compensate parents whose children are vaccine-injured on the basis that they have autism.”

    But, of course, what is called autism (merely a label) is not one condition caused by one factor. It is a loose collection of behaviors that are caused by various traumas.

    The official mental disorder called autism disorder does not exist.

    People find such statements very unsettling. They argue, “My child’s life was stolen away from him. He must have autism.”

    This proves that a label provides some measure of relief for the parents. It doesn’t prove that the label actually means something. In fact, the label can be a diversion from knowledge that would actually help the child. Suppose, for example, that after receiving the DPT vaccine, the child went into a screaming fit and then withdrew from the world. Calling that autism tends to put the parents and the child in the medical system, where there is no effective treatment. Outside that system, there might be some hope with vaccine detox or, say, hyperbaric oxygen treatments.

    What is stated here about autism applies to all 297 official mental disorders. They are labels. There is no reason to suppose that, for each label, there is a single cause. There is no reason to suppose that the labels name actual conditions. Research that attempts to find a single cause for a label stands no better chance of succeeding than research designed to prove a man on the moon is selling land leases to citizens of Fiji.

    Again, people have every right to believe they have been helped by a psychiatric diagnosis and a prescribed drug. But they also have the right to reject that paradigm and seek knowledge and help elsewhere. The whole thrust of official psychiatry and its allies is to monopolize their self-appointed territory and use all necessary means to eliminate the competition. This approach has nothing to do with science. It has everything to do with profit and fascist control.

    “But my cousin was depressed. He took Zoloft and felt much better.”

    Read this article again. It neither denigrates your cousin nor makes your cousin’s experience the basis of actual far-reaching science. This article is about science


    https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2018...utside-matrix/
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    We wuz 'mentally ill' shiznit nigga . A person has to especially mentally retarded at math and science to believe in "mental illness' or the more insidious positive sounding 'mental health'. I feel like I live in a planet full of mentally retarded chimpanzees sometimes and that includes the 'high IQ' longbowman thinks many people here are 'mentally ill' and shows no skepticism to the religious cult like dogma of of psychiatry . One can explain it to the mentally retarded chimps who form the masses of planet earth but it failed to reach a pathway to their brain so they just parrot propaganda from the main media instead :

    This year has been an especially nightmarish one for psychiatry defenders.

    Receiving widespread attention in the mainstream media was the July 2022 article “The Serotonin Theory of Depression: A Systematic Umbrella Review of the Evidence,” published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry. In it, Joanna Moncrieff, co-chairperson of the Critical Psychiatry Network, and her co-researchers examined hundreds of different types of studies that attempted to detect a relationship between depression and serotonin, and concluded that there is no evidence of a link between low levels of serotonin and depression, stating: “We suggest it is time to acknowledge that the serotonin theory of depression is not empirically substantiated.”

    Psychiatry apologists tried to convince the general public that Moncrieff’s findings were not newsworthy, as psychiatrist David Hellerstein, professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center and director of Columbia’s Depression Evaluation Service, attempted to belittle Moncrieff in this manner: “Wow, next she’ll tackle the discrediting of the black bile theory of depression.” However, given the reality that the vast majority of society had heard nothing from psychiatry about the discarding of this serotonin theory of depression, what followed has been public mockery of psychiatry and its Big Pharma partners for their duplicity.

    Then, in August of 2022, receiving less attention was an even more devastating blow to psychiatry, so damaging and so indefensible that psychiatry’s only response was to ignore it. Published in the journal Neuron, Raymond Dolan—considered one of the most influential neuroscientists in the world—co-authored “Functional Neuroimaging in Psychiatry and the Case for Failing Better,” concluding, “Despite three decades of intense neuroimaging research, we still lack a neurobiological account for any psychiatric condition.”

    Reflecting on the more than 16,000 neuroimaging articles published during the last 30 years, Dolan and his co-authors concluded: “It remains difficult to refute a critique that psychiatry’s most fundamental characteristic is its ignorance. . . . Casting a cold eye on the psychiatric neuroimaging literature invites a conclusion that despite 30 years of intense research and considerable technological advances, this enterprise has not delivered a neurobiological account (i.e., a mechanistic explanation) for any psychiatric disorder, nor has it provided a credible imaging-based biomarker of clinical utility.”

    So in 2022, research reviews published in prestigious journals have made it clear that there is no neurobiological evidence—no chemical imbalance, no brain structure evidence—for any psychiatric condition.

    But that’s not the end of psychiatry’s 2022 nightmare.

    From one of the most prominent establishment psychiatrists in the world, we heard in 2022 that the DSM (psychiatry’s diagnostic manual, published by the American Psychiatric Association) lacks validity. Thomas Insel, when National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) director in 2013, had quietly stated in his NIMH blog that the DSM’s diagnostic categories lack validity, and he announced that “NIMH will be re-orienting its research away from DSM categories”; then, in 2022, he informed the general public about DSM invalidity in his book Healing, which has received mainstream media attention. In this book, Insel states: “The DSM had created a common language, but much of that language had not been validated by science.” In plain language, Insel is calling the DSM, in a scientific sense, bullshit.

    In 2022, increasing numbers of Americans also heard about psychiatry’s abysmal treatment outcome record. Insel, as NIMH director in 2011, had quietly acknowledged: “Whatever we’ve been doing for five decades, it ain’t working. And when I look at the numbers—the number of suicides, number of disabilities, mortality data—it’s abysmal, and it’s not getting any better.” In 2021, the New York Times concluded that psychiatry had done “little to improve the lives of the millions of people living with persistent mental distress. Almost every measure of our collective mental health—rates of suicide, anxiety, depression, addiction deaths, psychiatric prescription use—went the wrong direction, even as access to services expanded greatly.” And in 2022, in Healing, Insel repeated to the general public what he had previously acknowledged about psychiatry’s history of abysmal outcomes, noting: “While we studied the risk factors for suicide, the death rate had climbed 33 percent” despite increased treatment, reporting that, “Since 2001, prescriptions for psychiatric medications have more than doubled, with one in six American adults on a psychiatric drug.”

    ...

    https://www.madinamerica.com/2022/10...rical-defense/

    Mental Disorders Do Not Exist



    To say that a person should have a right to consider himself mentally ill and to take a drug is one thing. This is an argument from the principle of individual freedom.

    To say that such a person knows what he is doing by some objective standard is quite another thing.

    Objectively speaking, mental illnesses and disorders do not exist.

    Officially, all mental disorders are said to be chemical imbalances in the brain. Not just any imbalances, but specific ones. But, this assertion is unproven. There is no evidence for it.

    For example, for any of the 297 so-called mental disorders listed in the official publication of the American Psychiatric Association, there are no defining physical tests. No blood tests, no urine tests, no saliva tests, no laboratory tests of any kind.

    This is a fact.

    Since it is a fact, it is odd that all psychiatrists are medical doctors. What are they doing that is medical?

    Well, they are prescribing drugs. Yes. But I could prescribe drugs if I had a license to do so and a prescription pad.

    The profession of psychiatry asserts that these drugs erase or alleviate “the brain chemical imbalances” that form the basis for all mental disorders. Yet the brain-imbalance hypothesis is unproven. It may “make sense” to some people, but that doesn’t constitute evidence.

    People, of course, are free to believe the brain-chemical-imbalance hypothesis is true. Belief doesn’t make it true.

    People are also free to believe the hypothesis that strange behavior emanates from the Devil or a Karmic curse.

    A person says, “I was diagnosed with clinical depression and I took Prozac, and ever since then I’ve felt much happier.”

    Yes. Fine. I have no interest in challenging that statement. I merely point out that there are people who have felt depressed and took a crystal they claimed was sacred, rubbed it on their heads, and felt better from then on.

    There are people who have joined a church and prayed and felt better.

    Why is the Prozac experience more compelling than crystals or prayer?

    I’m not talking about what a person says makes him feel better. I’m talking about what psychiatrists claim is science. And when you scratch the surface of that, you come up with: no compelling evidence.

    Yet, in courts and in doctors’ offices and at academic conferences and in the pages of professional journals and in political gulags, the science of discrete and separate and definable mental disorders is treated as settled, confirmed, verified, certain. That is a baldfaced lie.

    All 297 official mental disorders, listed in the (DSM) publication of the American Psychiatric Association, are defined and approved by committees of psychiatrists. Whether it is schizophrenia or autism or ADHD or clinical depression or bipolar disease, the definitions consist wholly of described behaviors. That’s all.

    Psychiatrists will tell you these symptomatic behaviors are signs of underlying chemical imbalances or genetic aberrations, but again, they have no tests to back up this assertion. Therefore, all they left with are the behaviors and their own menu-like collections of those behaviors.

    Yes, people suffer in life, and they experience confusion and doubt. They have problems. They have trouble with relationships. They feel sad. They feel all sorts of things. They feel pain. They don’t know how to move ahead with plans. They sometimes feel their lives are at an impasse. Yes.

    This is far different from claiming they have a specific and detectable chemical imbalance which can be tested for.

    “Well,” many psychiatrists say, “the hypothesis of chemical balance is confirmed if the drugs work, because the drugs are, in fact, based on the idea that chemical imbalances underlie mental disorders.”

    Let’s examine that approach. Take, for example, Ritalin.

    The 1994 Textbook of Psychiatry, published by the American Psychiatric Press, contains this review (Popper and Steingard): “Stimulants [such as Ritalin] do not produce lasting improvements in aggressivity, conduct disorder, criminality, education achievement, job functioning, marital relationships, or long-term adjustment.”

    Not a ringing endorsement.

    How about, say, the antidepressants prescribed to children?

    A shocking review-study published in The Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases (1996, v.184, no.2), written by Rhoda L. Fisher and Seymour Fisher, called “Antidepressants for Children,” concludes: “Despite unanimous literature of double-blind studies indicating that antidepressants are no more effective than placebos in treating depression in children and adolescents, such medications continue to be in wide use.”

    Here is a link to the official psychiatric definition of autism disorder. It’s worth reading:

    https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/hcp-dsm.html

    Notice that all the criteria for a diagnosis are behavioral. There is no mention of laboratory tests or test results. There is no definitive mention of chemical imbalance or genetic factors.

    Despite public-relations statements issued by doctors and researchers, they have no laboratory findings to establish or confirm a diagnosis.

    But, people say, this makes no sense, because children do, in fact, withdraw from the world, stop speaking, throw sudden tantrums. Common sense seems to dictate that these behaviors stem from serious neurological problems.

    Let’s briefly examine that. What could cause the behaviors listed in the official definition of autism disorder:

    * a vaccine injury;
    * a head injury in an accident;
    * an ingestion of a neurological poison;
    * an environmental chemical;
    * a severe nutritional deficit;
    * perhaps the emotional devastation accompanying the death of a parent…

    However, in that case, why bother to call it “autism?” Why not just say vaccine injury or head injury? The answer should be clear: By establishing a label like autism, medical drugs can be sold. Studies can be funded. An industry can be created.

    In fact, when it comes to the US government’s vaccine injury compensation program for parents whose children have suffered vaccine injury, the government can engage in a con game. The government can say, “In order to establish a cause for autism, we must find a single underlying factor that applies to all cases of autism. Since we know that some children who are diagnosed with autism have not received vaccines, or have not received vaccines containing a neurological poison (mercury), we do not compensate parents whose children are vaccine-injured on the basis that they have autism.”

    But, of course, what is called autism (merely a label) is not one condition caused by one factor. It is a loose collection of behaviors that are caused by various traumas.

    The official mental disorder called autism disorder does not exist.

    People find such statements very unsettling. They argue, “My child’s life was stolen away from him. He must have autism.”

    This proves that a label provides some measure of relief for the parents. It doesn’t prove that the label actually means something. In fact, the label can be a diversion from knowledge that would actually help the child. Suppose, for example, that after receiving the DPT vaccine, the child went into a screaming fit and then withdrew from the world. Calling that autism tends to put the parents and the child in the medical system, where there is no effective treatment. Outside that system, there might be some hope with vaccine detox or, say, hyperbaric oxygen treatments.

    What is stated here about autism applies to all 297 official mental disorders. They are labels. There is no reason to suppose that, for each label, there is a single cause. There is no reason to suppose that the labels name actual conditions. Research that attempts to find a single cause for a label stands no better chance of succeeding than research designed to prove a man on the moon is selling land leases to citizens of Fiji.

    Again, people have every right to believe they have been helped by a psychiatric diagnosis and a prescribed drug. But they also have the right to reject that paradigm and seek knowledge and help elsewhere. The whole thrust of official psychiatry and its allies is to monopolize their self-appointed territory and use all necessary means to eliminate the competition. This approach has nothing to do with science. It has everything to do with profit and fascist control.

    “But my cousin was depressed. He took Zoloft and felt much better.”

    Read this article again. It neither denigrates your cousin nor makes your cousin’s experience the basis of actual far-reaching science. This article is about science


    https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2018...utside-matrix/
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    What is the reason that rare to see mentally healthy brown member? Whats the reason? I have noticed they wannabe mosty white or black. Why they cannot accept themselves as brown?
    Well, browns frequent this forum mainly due to the large presence of Southern Europeans, they're an easy target to pick on because of their exoticness, there's a reason why many spics and durks here have severe OWD, after all, one look at any Southern European population they think they easily pass in Europe lel.

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    We have some black member like Moby or this new papuan guy (i dont know his name) they seems normal, Waadad was mostly funny, but brown members are totally crazy... not all, but tons of them.
    You're joking right? MobyD is a mulatto pervert with a fetish for White women, Melonman is not Papuan, he is an Afghan refugee living in the West. Waddad was an anti-White troll. Marshall Theodore is a sock of Urbanuss (the anti-German troll from Brazil).

    Bokoto has been trolling this forum for several years under several nicks using different pictures. Look at these threads.

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    https://www.theapricity.com/forum/sh...perennial-SOCK
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    Quote Originally Posted by sean View Post
    Well, browns frequent this forum mainly due to the large presence of Southern Europeans, they're an easy target to pick on because of their exoticness, there's a reason why many spics and turks here have severe OWD, after all, one look at any Southern European population they think they easily pass in Europe lel.
    If you think sudacas and Turks easily pass in Europe then you are more retarded than what I already thought.
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    whoever they are they need to accept themselves as they are since they were created to be themselves, otherwise it is not natural, just a falseness

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