Message from @Wood-Ape - OK/MN

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2018-10-14 03:03:58 UTC  

It's just cool, because there's explicit representation of the New World (the stripes) and our cultural and linguistic identity (the canton).

2018-10-14 03:04:24 UTC  

True. I liked the Pre-Trudeau1 Canadian flag

2018-10-14 03:04:49 UTC  

There. Image format sucked:

2018-10-14 03:05:51 UTC  

Yeah, that are a couple of guys up there who use it, and Faith Goldy does, too.

2018-10-14 03:06:17 UTC  

Better than the leaf, that's for sure...

2018-10-14 03:06:25 UTC  

The coat of arms symbolizes Scotland, England, Ireland, France, and Canada itself

2018-10-14 03:07:02 UTC  

Ultimately, though, the QQ (Quebec Question) is gonna have to be addressed, so the above flag might have to drop the fleurs de lis, lol.

2018-10-14 03:07:50 UTC  

Quebecois stand far and above in intact organic identity amongst Euro-North Americans

2018-10-14 03:08:06 UTC  

Probably because they speak another language, primarily

2018-10-14 03:08:11 UTC  

Yeah, but their getting drowned in moo-slims.

2018-10-14 03:08:50 UTC  

Yes, the Quebecois is definitely an ethnicity. But I guess the French cuck acorn falls straight down. (see also Swede-descended Minnesotans as Somali-loving as old world Swedes)

2018-10-14 03:08:52 UTC  

...and Haitians, and other sub-Saharans.

2018-10-14 03:09:20 UTC  

Yeah 😑

2018-10-14 03:10:02 UTC  

One of my favorite songs (actually a cover from The Band) is about Acadians

2018-10-14 03:10:05 UTC  

Yeah, as 25% face Swede visiting MN anywhere near a major metropolitan area is blackpilling

2018-10-14 03:10:37 UTC  

I used to know a real Acadian girl from Maine, her family lived in Washington County since the Grand Derangement. Had an accent slightly different than most Mainers

2018-10-14 03:10:41 UTC  

Even the small town I visit now

2018-10-14 03:11:08 UTC  

Has brown faces creeping in in greater numbers every year

2018-10-14 03:12:07 UTC  

@Wood-Ape - OK/MN Wow. Yeah, I've read about Acadians, but I've yet to encounter one. Fascinating, though.

2018-10-14 03:13:20 UTC  

@Bjorn - MD They're rare, rarer every year. Lots of small cultures out there. Yooper Finns are a favorite of mine as well (from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan)

2018-10-14 03:13:53 UTC  

Huh. Crazy...

2018-10-14 03:14:38 UTC  

Do you know of the disappearing Tangier Island accent?

2018-10-14 03:15:36 UTC  
2018-10-14 03:16:20 UTC  

I hate living in a majority black city

2018-10-14 03:16:22 UTC  

@Ald I did not. I knew about Gullah Islanders, sort of a black analog.

2018-10-14 03:19:12 UTC  

@Bjorn - MD In a decent country, we'd protect these people's future so they can endure or grow.
Every random splinter of native tribes get land and linguistic preservation funding.

2018-10-14 03:21:25 UTC  

It is simultaneously whitepilling to see these little ethnies are extant and blackpilling because they are so fragile and will certainly go culturally extinct if this current order does not first

2018-10-14 03:21:31 UTC  

Agreed. I mean, I don't know about institutionalizing dialects in public schools and whatnot in order to perpetuate them indefinitely, but I think that freedom of association and mercantilist/protectionist/economic nationalist policies would go a long way toward making that a reality.

2018-10-14 03:21:57 UTC  

Yeah (about the fragility point) 😔

2018-10-14 03:21:59 UTC  

Members of my family have Baltimore accents to the highest degree, which has been harmed because of white flight

2018-10-14 03:22:15 UTC  

@Bjorn - MD I absolutely would fund rare language classes in their localities.

2018-10-14 03:22:28 UTC  

Maybe not make street signs, but things to keep it going.

2018-10-14 03:23:56 UTC  

For sure, and that's where subsidiarity comes it. They should be allowed to create the necessary laws and institutions at the appropriate level to make that a reality. Not terribly difficult to do. Lots of experience with it in Europe proper already.

2018-10-14 03:24:03 UTC  

My grandfather had a sort of half way American half way Stockholm accent

2018-10-14 03:24:13 UTC  

By way of being second generation

2018-10-14 03:24:37 UTC  

I'd even be cool with bilingual street signs, provided none is in any dialect of Spanish, and English is always on top and larger.

2018-10-14 03:25:05 UTC  

Spanish is kind of a weird thing

2018-10-14 03:25:16 UTC  

My Grandma has a mix of a New Jersey and western Norwegian accent, kinda funny

2018-10-14 03:25:18 UTC  

Ostensibly a European language, but it just does not have that connotation here anymore