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Postby Winston » June 20th, 2010, 8:16 pm

You guys gotta hear this one. This Black bro talks about how "humble as f**k" the hot women in Spain are lol, and other reasons why foreign women are better. He puts it very well!

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tkw7oQ_t6Xk[/youtube]

Another black bro who tells it like it is:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np4UQX-3jRk[/youtube]
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Re: Video: Black bro on why foreign women are better! MUST S

Postby dano » June 20th, 2010, 8:33 pm

Winston wrote:You guys gotta hear this one. This Black bro talks about how "humble as f**k" the hot women in Spain are lol, and other reasons why foreign women are better. He puts it very well!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tkw7oQ_t6Xk



Another guy has joined the ranks of the converted. The status of men in Spain is much higher than the US, this may explain his success with the ladies.


http://www.vcclan.org/forum/view.php?pg ... st_country
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Postby Winston » June 20th, 2010, 9:16 pm

Here also is my buddy Kairosan's rant against American women:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2aiVYWjdhw[/youtube]
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Re: Video: Black bro on why foreign women are better! MUST S

Postby Contrarian Expatriate » June 21st, 2010, 1:46 pm

Winston wrote:You guys gotta hear this one. This Black bro talks about how "humble as f**k" the hot women in Spain are lol, and other reasons why foreign women are better. He puts it very well!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tkw7oQ_t6Xk

Another black bro who tells it like it is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np4UQX-3jRk


Good to see. But let's get away from referring to black men as "bro's." That is collectivist, stereotypical nonsense that sadly some undereducated blacks still use to refer to themselves. It is almost as inappropriate as using "nig.er" even though some blacks use it to refer to themselves.

It does not make one look hip or cool to use such terms, quite the contrary. "Black men" is what we are, leave the slang terms of reference to the uneducated idiots. Thank you.
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Postby Winston » June 24th, 2010, 8:18 pm

Well I like to call black men bro's cause I have a good kinship with them. They act so real and down to earth, and so accepting, and they enjoy hearing me out too.

Check out this vehement rant against feminism and about foreign women. It gets more intense at the end.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7ZlIpwU9BE[/youtube]
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Postby The_Adventurer » June 25th, 2010, 6:04 pm

It is somewhat sad to consider that I might be thought an uneducated idiot for the notion that other blacks are my brothers. When I am traveling in Asia and happen upon Africans, Jamaicans or Black Americans and they call me brother or bro, it makes me feel good. I feel like we have bond in a sea of individuals who are comparatively far separated from us.

I went to the African street in Seoul to get my hair cut and there heard "brother" and "bro" all the time. It was gratifying to see Nigerians, Senegalese, Jamaicans and Americans engage in a family like camaraderie. It was a strange feeling of peace in familiarity knowing that outside that circle was the hustle of a completely foreign environment and people. I cannot bring myself to find the term offensive, regardless of who chooses to use it.
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Third party videos that agree with Happier Abroad

Postby Winston » June 27th, 2010, 12:31 pm

Hi all,
I just created a new page of third party videos that support our claims and experiences regarding foreign women vs. american women. Check it out.

http://www.happierabroad.com/othervideos
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Postby Contrarian Expatriate » June 27th, 2010, 2:46 pm

Terrence wrote:It is somewhat sad to consider that I might be thought an uneducated idiot for the notion that other blacks are my brothers. When I am traveling in Asia and happen upon Africans, Jamaicans or Black Americans and they call me brother or bro, it makes me feel good. I feel like we have bond in a sea of individuals who are comparatively far separated from us.

I went to the African street in Seoul to get my hair cut and there heard "brother" and "bro" all the time. It was gratifying to see Nigerians, Senegalese, Jamaicans and Americans engage in a family like camaraderie. It was a strange feeling of peace in familiarity knowing that outside that circle was the hustle of a completely foreign environment and people. I cannot bring myself to find the term offensive, regardless of who chooses to use it.


Then you are part of the problem. If you are so desperate for kinship that you think it appropriate for a stranger to consider himself close to you, than that is sad. It seems the concept of "respectful distance" is lost on some. In addition, I hear many bigots use the term "the brothers" or "your bros" when describing UNFAVORABLE characteristics.

Let it be clear, the stranger that seeks close kinship too quickly is a con artist, or seeks to profit from his association with you. At the same time, he is likely ridiculing you with his real "brothers" from his tribe or ethic group.

Yours is a mistake that many black Americans realize once they step onto the continent of Africa. Almost at once, they know the myth of being a brother by virtue of skin color.
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Postby Contrarian Expatriate » June 27th, 2010, 3:04 pm

Winston wrote:Well I like to call black men bro's cause I have a good kinship with them. They act so real and down to earth, and so accepting, and they enjoy hearing me out too.

In my childhood days there were kids that liked to call any Asian kid "Chink" which they thought appropriate. Not realizing that not all Asians are Chinese, they persisted in branding Koreans, Japanese and other Asian kids "Chink" because they thought they had the kinship to do so. It was offensive to many Asian kids, who resented the stereotype of being thought "if not Chinese, then close enough."

While I know you mean well, you DO NOT have good kinship with all black men. It is a stereotype that all black men are "real and down to earth" just as it is one to think that all Asians are "cold, distant, and great at math." This is just the type of "in the box" thinking that you yourself decry about the United States, but you are guilty of it. So unless you think it is appropriate for some stranger in a library to say to you, "Hey Chink, could you help me with this Calculus problem?" do not assume that it's ok to call a black man "bro" because you assume you know his personal nature.

I am black, and I ignore any stranger who uses such overly familiar and stereotypical epitaphs to me. Truth be told, it has usually been the scam artist, the drug addict, or the social outcast that resort such a faux pax.

You would get a lot further if you use "The black gentleman, or the this black fellow, this black man" than any "black soul brotha" nonsense.
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Postby Winston » June 27th, 2010, 5:22 pm

Contrarian Expatriate wrote:
Winston wrote:Well I like to call black men bro's cause I have a good kinship with them. They act so real and down to earth, and so accepting, and they enjoy hearing me out too.

In my childhood days there were kids that liked to call any Asian kid "Chink" which they thought appropriate. Not realizing that not all Asians are Chinese, they persisted in branding Koreans, Japanese and other Asian kids "Chink" because they thought they had the kinship to do so. It was offensive to many Asian kids, who resented the stereotype of being thought "if not Chinese, then close enough."

While I know you mean well, you DO NOT have good kinship with all black men. It is a stereotype that all black men are "real and down to earth" just as it is one to think that all Asians are "cold, distant, and great at math." This is just the type of "in the box" thinking that you yourself decry about the United States, but you are guilty of it. So unless you think it is appropriate for some stranger in a library to say to you, "Hey Chink, could you help me with this Calculus problem?" do not assume that it's ok to call a black man "bro" because you assume you know his personal nature.

I am black, and I ignore any stranger who uses such overly familiar and stereotypical epitaphs to me. Truth be told, it has usually been the scam artist, the drug addict, or the social outcast that resort such a faux pax.

You would get a lot further if you use "The black gentleman, or the this black fellow, this black man" than any "black soul brotha" nonsense.


That's your opinion. You can choose to be distant with others if you want. I am not in the box. I am merely reporting my honest experiences. Yes I DO TEND to have a kinship with black people. They are more real and down to earth. I don't care if that's a stereotype. That's simply my experience.

I never said ALL black people. You are making straw mans. But a PATTERN DEFINITELY EXISTS. It's not all or nothing. You make it like I have to either have a kinship with 100 percent of blacks or none, not more than with any other race. You're saying that the pattern has to be 100 percent or none. That's TOTAL BS logic and you know it!

The pattern exists. That's my experience. It may not be yours. But it is MINE. Bottom line.
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Postby The_Adventurer » June 28th, 2010, 4:54 pm

Contrarian Expatriate wrote:Then you are part of the problem. If you are so desperate for kinship that you think it appropriate for a stranger to consider himself close to you, than that is sad. It seems the concept of "respectful distance" is lost on some. In addition, I hear many bigots use the term "the brothers" or "your bros" when describing UNFAVORABLE characteristics.

Let it be clear, the stranger that seeks close kinship too quickly is a con artist, or seeks to profit from his association with you. At the same time, he is likely ridiculing you with his real "brothers" from his tribe or ethic group.

Yours is a mistake that many black Americans realize once they step onto the continent of Africa. Almost at once, they know the myth of being a brother by virtue of skin color.


I'm sorry for whatever your experience has been, but it seems to have left you somewhat jaded and decidedly negative. I would never want to go through life with such an outlook on people. Notice how you didn't even qualify your statements with terms like "likely" or "possibly". The stranger simply IS all of these negative things, before you have even had a chance to get to know them.

I decided to look through your blog. While it clearly focuses on issues you seem very passionate about, it approaches all things from an extremely negative and grim point of view. I have no wish to downplay your experience, whatever it may have been, but it is your experience and has clearly had a major role in shaping your opinion. You should not be so quick to confuse it with facts.

My experience has been markedly different. Clearly Winston's experience has been very different as well. Perhaps there is some value to be gained from all these different experiences. Why not stay open to all possibilities?
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Postby Contrarian Expatriate » June 28th, 2010, 7:53 pm

Terrence wrote:My experience has been markedly different. Clearly Winston's experience has been very different as well. Perhaps there is some value to be gained from all these different experiences. Why not stay open to all possibilities?


I consider myself realistic, labeling one "negative" is akin to a feminist shaming tactic. Besides, I'm not sure what any of that has to do with the issue at hand.

I put it to you that if a stranger came up to you "in the spirit if kinship" and said "What's up my nigga," would you be as slap happy and gleeful that he showed you some attention? Some blacks would. You have not yet learned that if people feel the entitled to call you "Bro" and other ethnic monikers, you are being viewed through the lens of stereotype.

If you cannot see that, not my problem. Perhaps it comes from working many years in polite company where such behavior would be universally considered inappropriate. What I am saying is nicely captured in this link:

http://www.blackpeopleloveus.com/onelove.html
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Postby Winston » August 28th, 2010, 11:13 am

Here are those videos from black guys I recommended about foreign women earlier, embedded below. They are very eloquent and refreshingly honest.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tkw7oQ_t6Xk[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np4UQX-3jRk[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7ZlIpwU9BE[/youtube]
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Postby Pacsun » August 30th, 2010, 12:04 am

The last link you posted is the man who killed a girl off of YouTube and himself last April. I listened to all of his videos too until someone made a comment about the man being a murderer.
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Postby Rock » August 30th, 2010, 4:32 am

Pacsun wrote:The last link you posted is the man who killed a girl off of YouTube and himself last April. I listened to all of his videos too until someone made a comment about the man being a murderer.


Yea, sounds very disturbed. Check-out this rant of his against atheists: http://www.clickondetroit.com/video/19166120/index.html
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