Message from Thomas in Nick Fuentes Server #art

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I love that one. @Deleted User

2018-03-14 22:27:07 UTC  

True figure for French nationalism.

2018-03-14 22:27:27 UTC  

Italian supremacy

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2018-03-14 22:27:56 UTC  

Shame that hardly any of old Rome still persists in a single ethnic pattern of people.

2018-03-14 22:28:05 UTC  

I believe Sardinia is quite similar still.

2018-03-14 22:28:55 UTC  

speaking of italian supremacy

2018-03-14 22:28:58 UTC  

check realpolitik

2018-03-14 22:29:29 UTC  

Wow really? I guess of all Italian places that would be the least tampered with.

2018-03-14 22:30:17 UTC  

the Chad profile picture

2018-03-14 22:30:25 UTC  

Yes. A lot of the north is more or less just the Lombards, and the south has a lot of Moorish blood.

2018-03-14 22:30:38 UTC  

But they still make up a unique type of ethnicity.

2018-03-14 22:30:46 UTC  

Which is a good thing.

2018-03-14 22:31:15 UTC  

Right. I definitely gonna look into that more when I get my DNA test back

2018-03-14 22:31:27 UTC  

see how <:56:402370471347355679> i am

2018-03-14 22:31:34 UTC  

I also believe Sardinia was one of the last hold outs of the Hellenic pantheon.

2018-03-14 22:31:45 UTC  

This was mine.

2018-03-14 22:32:02 UTC  

*1.7% honorary dago*

2018-03-14 22:32:21 UTC  

one of us

2018-03-14 22:32:33 UTC  

Why do you think that was?

2018-03-14 22:32:47 UTC  

Just the isolation of them.

2018-03-14 22:32:48 UTC  

Because nobody was going to sardinia?

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2018-03-14 22:32:55 UTC  

Both them and Corsica held off many many invaders

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From the Moors

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to the Genevans.

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*Where are the Romans now?*

2018-03-14 22:33:25 UTC  

*Ya' lookin' at em'.*

2018-03-14 22:35:06 UTC  

The Chad Aeneas vs. the virgin turnus

2018-03-14 22:35:42 UTC  

Aeneas was said to be an ancestor of Brut, and Brut was said to be the first Britain settler.

2018-03-14 22:36:29 UTC  

Jesus that's hypothetically one hell of a bloodline

2018-03-14 22:37:45 UTC  

*Of all the trees that grow so fair olde England to adorn, greater are none beneath the sun than oak and ash and thorn. Sing oak and ash and thron good sirs, all of a midsummer's morn. Surely we sing of no little thing in oak and ash and thorn. Oak of the clay live many a day, or ever Aeneas began, ash of the Loam was a lady at home when Brut was an outlaw man. Thorn of the down saw New Troy Town, from which was London born, witness hereby, the ancient-ry of oak and ash and thorn.*