The looks of a people is the key differential factor
PartyEveryday
The general looks of a people is the most important part in creating uniqueness and difference, many of you will make the down the line argument of it being "aristocracy" that differentiates a people, but aristocracy in itself is itself the product of a difference and superiority of handsomeness or beauty. All art culture and knowledge can ultimately be tracked back to this, you can also add the beauty of the sourroundings into the mix. The masses are ugly, and the few are beautiful, those few feel a connection to nature that 99% of you will never experience in a million life times, they are the muses for all great artists and they are the gods on earth.
 
This is undeniable proof for the superiority of whites, and even if you attempt to disregard the importance of your core connection to the world around you (vision) and only accept the watered down varients of pure beauty (aristocracy or intelligence) it will still linger inside of you that visual stimuli are the basis for all that is good and pure, and no matter how "based" you are, how many times you say nigger, how many debates you win, you will never be truly handsome and therefore not really white.
(disregard this part if you are truly handsome and cute slavic teen girls approach you in the streets)
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This fact is also why ethnic nationalism is intrinsically cringe to most, and its also why you end up sounding disabled when you howl endlessly for bug eyed gooks and their "master race" culture, way of life, and traditions.
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Svevlad
good qualities show on the face, yes
PartyEveryday
(12-08-2022, 06:48 PM)Svevlad Wrote: good qualities show on the face, yes

reverse logic.

good qualities come from good face not the other way around
parsifal
yukio mishima was quite handsome. his life and death were beautiful too.

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anthony
What good are muses without artists?

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PartyEveryday
(12-08-2022, 08:35 PM)anthony Wrote: What good are muses without artists?

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No reason why the artist shouldnt also be handsome, consider the negative physiological impact a bitterly drawn line can have on the viewer of said art, probably not yet understood but in a couple hundred years i will be proven correct.
Sentient Mastermind
anthony
Does this man look bitter to you?

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The results speak for themselves. The Japanese are the spiritually resilient, virile, powerful, and high-minded popular artists on the planet.

If there is an entire race whose "art" tends to carry a pronounced bitter streak it can only be the Jews. Even then there are plenty of Jewish artists I strongly admire. Picking on the Japanese of all peoples strikes me as more than misguidedness. This seems like ressentiment work.
casual rapist
> the superiority of whites

posts kike.


(12-08-2022, 09:29 PM)anthony Wrote: Jewish artists I strongly admire

huh?
anthony
(12-08-2022, 11:09 PM)anthony Wrote: Jewish artists I strongly admire

huh?

JohnnyRomero
Japanese are racially distinct from their Chinese & Korean counterparts by means of significant (Pseudocaucasoid depigmented Paleo-Australoid) Jomon/Ainu admixture, hence the more Caucasian appearance of many of them and their increased affinity with Europeans when compared to the more pure-blooded Mongoloid rice-farmers in mainland East Asia. Centuries of isolation in an ennobling mountainous environment also led to divergent evolution from Chinese, even among those of mostly pure rice farmer ancestry.
BillyONare
Coal. Form follows function, which 13 year old Slavic girls do not understand, unfortunately. If they did then maybe Eastern Europe wouldn’t be such a shithole.
Venedotian
(12-09-2022, 10:45 AM)JohnnyRomero Wrote: Japanese are racially distinct from their Chinese & Korean counterparts by means of significant (Pseudocaucasoid depigmented Paleo-Australoid) Jomon/Ainu admixture, hence the more Caucasian appearance of many of them and their increased affinity with Europeans when compared to the more pure-blooded Mongoloid rice-farmers in mainland East Asia. Centuries of isolation in an ennobling mountainous environment also led to divergent evolution from Chinese, even among those of mostly pure rice farmer ancestry.


I am glad you brought this up. People often greatly underestimate the differences between the Japanese and the Chinese. People also underestimate the impact that the Jomon/Emishi had on Japanese society. Emishi warriors were integrated into the Japanese warrior aristocracy where they introduced their style of horse archery, which would become a symbol of the Samurai class. They also had a significant genetic impact on the Japanese aristocracy, which can clearly be seen through phenotypes. 

Some examples of Japanese who I believe have Emishi phenotypes:

Ken Uehara, Rentarô Mikuni, Nozu Michitsura
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Datacop Bug 
(12-08-2022, 09:15 PM)PartyEveryday Wrote: No reason why the artist shouldnt also be handsome

In theory I agree, but there is something to be said about sacrificing personal balance for artistry. Most people have this image of the starving artist as living in squalor to fulfill some retarded ideal of being "real" and "raw", but there is such thing as a project that is so important it takes over everything in an artist's life to complete it. If you actually give a shit about finishing anything you need to be crazy about it. If anything, being too put together as an artist is a sign that your art is just an expression of a desire to be viewed as souful. Live in LA for any time and you will meet hundreds of well dressed 6/10 girls who self ID as creatives/artists.
anthony
(12-15-2022, 12:53 AM)Datacop Wrote:
(12-08-2022, 09:15 PM)PartyEveryday Wrote: No reason why the artist shouldnt also be handsome

In theory I agree, but there is something to be said about sacrificing personal balance for artistry. Most people have this image of the starving artist as living in squalor to fulfill some retarded ideal of being "real" and "raw", but there is such thing as a project that is so important it takes over everything in an artist's life to complete it. If you actually give a shit about finishing anything you need to be crazy about it. If anything, being too put together as an artist is a sign that your art is just an expression of a desire to be viewed as souful. Live in LA for any time and you will meet hundreds of well dressed 6/10 girls who self ID as creatives/artists.

Came back to this thread to get a funny picture but will reply to this while I'm here. I don't believe that the only reason an artist has to look bad is burning out in their passion. I think it's far more often the case that great artists with well-honed craft skills and interesting and rich inner lives to express owe this as much to their sickness as to their health.

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