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throneinc

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#97 - North america isn't as fertile as alot of people make it to be… 07/06/2016 on People +1
#96 - There are more factors involved no denying, however i really d… 07/06/2016 on People 0
#95 - But china and India were both successful civilizations, maybe …  [+] (1 new reply) 07/06/2016 on People 0
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#101 - schnizel (07/07/2016) [-]
>But china and India were both successful civilizations, maybe they didn't dominate the planet, however war also happens to be a key factor in human evolution.
Good civilization, with more agricultural capabilities and bio diversity of food than the entire continent of Europe.
>Most of our leaps in technology resulted from war, Europe's default state is war.
So, China and India were peace loving hippies?
#94 - no one race actively decided to leave a continent, that's simp… 07/06/2016 on People +1
#2 - Environmental and not racial, The west was (for the most part)…  [+] (54 new replies) 07/05/2016 on People +75
#90 - anon (07/06/2016) [-]
cold climates are better for the evolutionary development of iq. the land shapes the people shapes the land. so it is in part due to genetics, because the land selects for some genetics and not others.
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#86 - kingultra (07/06/2016) [-]
I like your sound reasoning. But can you explain the differences between native Americans and Europeans then? Also, what about the Egyptians? Not trying to be an asshat, I'm just genuinely curious about your thoughts on the matter.
#97 - throneinc (07/06/2016) [-]
North america isn't as fertile as alot of people make it to be, weather patterns and the quality of the soil are as important if not more important then water availability.

even given all the right conditions for a great agricultural civilizations, the Americas were extremely isolated from the rest of the world, there simply wouldn't be any reason to go further then hoarding a bunch of animals and gathering crops, war and exploration has it's way of advancing the human state.

also, Egypt had a constant state of rivalry with nubia, Fun fact is, Ancient nubians created pyramids first, egyptians just imitated what they saw all the while improving it and making it better giving us the so called the 3 great pyramids of giza, without nubia they wouldn't exist, like i said war and exploration.
#85 - Bloodgartham (07/06/2016) [-]
Logic? Knowledge? Actual facts? Who would have thought that was possible on FJ with all these circle jerking supremacists.
#84 - anon (07/06/2016) [-]
What about the natives of North America? North America has great land for farming and agriculture yet the Natives were no where near the whites of Europe at the same time.
#96 - throneinc (07/06/2016) [-]
There are more factors involved no denying, however i really dont believe that north america is anywhere near fertile as Europe, Also the the north Americas were for the most part extremely isolated.

unlike Europe, invasions in and out that stretched quite far, cultural influences carries a great deal of benefit.
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#81 - dohickey (07/06/2016) [-]
Also people keep forgetting that the Mali empire existed
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#45 - brucejender (07/06/2016) [-]
That's not even true you fucking liar. Are you gonna tell me that Africa, the birthplace of humans, doesn't support life? Some of the most flourishing jungles and habitats in the world are located on that continent. Nigger.
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#83 - theruinedsage (07/06/2016) [-]
No one said it doesn't support live

But it's a horrible place to build a civilization.
Rain forests are shit to live in
Savannas are very susceptible to droughts
And everywhere has copious amounts of various deceases.
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#43 - brucejender (07/06/2016) [-]
Yeah, that's why certain more intelligent humans got the fuck out of Africa hundreds of thousands of years ago. They then became other races due to many factors.
#94 - throneinc (07/06/2016) [-]
no one race actively decided to leave a continent, that's simpleton logic.
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#24 - schnizel (07/06/2016) [-]
Europe is one of the most infertile continents on the planet, Asia is the most fertile, among two major locations in China and in India there has never been a natural food shortage other than man made ones and tell me, if agriculture is a key role in the advancement of a civilization why hasn't India or China colonised the world?
Also, define workable weather
#95 - throneinc (07/06/2016) [-]
But china and India were both successful civilizations, maybe they didn't dominate the planet, however war also happens to be a key factor in human evolution.

Most of our leaps in technology resulted from war, Europe's default state is war.
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#101 - schnizel (07/07/2016) [-]
>But china and India were both successful civilizations, maybe they didn't dominate the planet, however war also happens to be a key factor in human evolution.
Good civilization, with more agricultural capabilities and bio diversity of food than the entire continent of Europe.
>Most of our leaps in technology resulted from war, Europe's default state is war.
So, China and India were peace loving hippies?
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#28 - angelious (07/06/2016) [-]
luck mostly..

before the imperial age making a permament colonnial settlements were near impossible..europe just happened to be the first one to get all the nessesary upradges done (guns and faster boats) before anybody else.


china for the most parts were stronger in terms of military strength and such for several hundreds of years before hand...
#76 - anon (07/06/2016) [-]
Real life is NOT a Sid Meier game...
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#30 - schnizel (07/06/2016) [-]
On a side note, luck is a residue of design.
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#29 - schnizel (07/06/2016) [-]
>before the imperial age making a permament colonnial settlements were near impossible
What's Carthage?
>europe just happened to be the first one to get all the nessesary upradges done (guns and faster boats) before anybody else.
It's no a game of CIV, Chinese had gun powder ages before Europe ever learned about it.
>china for the most parts were stronger in terms of military strength and such for several hundreds of years before hand
And yet it got conquered by steppe nomads.
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#31 - angelious (07/06/2016) [-]
literally next door to the empire they were "colonnial settlement" to.

and chinese never created guns. nor did they create steampowered ships. i used the term "upradges " because i thought it would make it simplier for you to understand. but i suppose i was wrong.

yeah. the same steppe nomads that also butt fucked the strongest human empire to ever grace this gay ass planet. and for the same reasons to boot. whats your point?
#36 - schnizel (07/06/2016) [-]
>before the imperial age making a permament colonnial settlements were near impossible
>literally next door to the empire they were "colonnial settlement" to.
You mean, on another continent?
>and chinese never created guns
>The first device identified as a gun, a bamboo tube that used gunpowder to fire a spear, appeared in China around AD 1000. The Chinese had previously invented gunpowder in the 9th century.
>i used the term "upradges " because i thought it would make it simplier for you to understand. but i suppose i was wrong.
Again, history is not a game of CIV 5.
>yeah. the same steppe nomads that also butt fucked the strongest human empire to ever grace this gay ass planet. and for the same reasons to boot. whats your point?
If it was strong, it would not be fucked by steppe nomads.



#52 - leonhardt (07/06/2016) [-]
ftfy
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#39 - angelious (07/06/2016) [-]
>another continent which was as near the romans as france was near brittain. even closer actually.

which was ineffective, not in wide use,inaccurate,broke too easy and was just a glorified crossbow.

again, i thought it would make it easier for you people to understand what i was saying. but i suppose i overestimated you lot again...

so you think rome was not strong? also by your logic. wouldnt that mean that yet again: the asians were stronger than europeans thanks to these steppe nomads?? the chinese goverment was in turmoil. the land was full of infighting and the empire had started to fall under its own weight when the steppe nomads charged in. hence why it fell. same with romans.
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#42 - schnizel (07/06/2016) [-]
Check the distance between Tunis and Lebanon please.
>and chinese never created guns
They did, but shit tier guns.
>so you think rome was not strong?
Depends on which time period and under what rulership.
>wouldnt that mean that yet again: the asians were stronger than europeans thanks to these steppe nomads??
During the reign of the great khan.
> the chinese goverment was in turmoil. the land was full of infighting and the empire had started to fall under its own weight when the steppe nomads charged in. hence why it fell. same with romans.
They were thinking the horde was a band of outlaws, they caused their own doom by ignoring the problem.
Also, Roman soldier>Chinese soldier.



#44 - angelious (07/06/2016) [-]
< carthage. right next to rome.

which were more like elaborate crossbows. and not effective enough to give them the edge over the conventional methods, which is needed if you want to suppress the populace of your future colonny.

so you took the chinese empires at their lowest point but now you want to argue that rome wasnt weak under the same argument, by nitpicking them at their strongest?

roman soldiers were close but they lose by technology to most. bronze weapons versus iron. guess what wins? then again, if you take the chinese during the age of romans, then yes romans wins. there is a reason i called them the strongest empire to grace the earth.
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#48 - schnizel (07/06/2016) [-]
Carthage, was a colony sent from Tyre...
>which were more like elaborate crossbows. and not effective enough to give them the edge over the conventional methods, which is needed if you want to suppress the populace of your future colonny.
How many colonise has set up, without using guns?
>roman soldiers were close but they lose by technology to most. bronze weapons versus iron. guess what wins? then again, if you take the chinese during the age of romans, then yes romans wins.
So they had more advanced technology, I wonder why?
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#50 - angelious (07/06/2016) [-]
which again is only a week of sailing away. and has land connection to the carthage.

none.

during the time they were stronger. chinese then continued to dominate in terms of strength for hundreds of years afterwards compared to the european empires. which were rather backwards for its time.
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#55 - schnizel (07/06/2016) [-]
Still on another continent.
Still a colony.

Also

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonia_ (Roman)

>during the time they were stronger. chinese then continued to dominate in terms of strength for hundreds of years afterwards compared to the european empires. which were rather backwards for its time.
Times change.


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#57 - angelious (07/06/2016) [-]
still a week of sailing away with a lot of friendly ports between them. not to mention a land connection. and the just about same cultures the two groups had.

versus actual colonnies which were months of sailing away, no friendly ports, less than hospitable waters, and completely different culture ruling over the land


aye. your point being?
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#58 - schnizel (07/06/2016) [-]
Your point being? It's not a colony?
>versus actual colonnies
>no real colony argument?
Race is not skin deep, nor did evolution stop at the neck.
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#102 - angelious (07/07/2016) [-]
glad you understood atleast that much.
neither is race this magical thing where we have the white ubermen that are just perfect in everyway and then the other underschmen races that are just inferior in every way.

but do spout out your world war 2 era nazi propaganda or 1800 century false knowledge about how white man is perfect and black people and everybody else have inferior brains muscles and bodies wont you? its always so funny to see people actually believe in that bullshit.,
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#103 - schnizel (07/07/2016) [-]
Nice strawman/ad hom.
Glad you don't admit your mistakes, be they minor or not.
I'm not saying that once you put a white man on top of the social pyramid the civilization is going to prosper, but the correlation between race and success is not something to ignore. The people are like a fertile soil from which their country/nation/history is formed, as well as all the benefits that come with them, and to claim that they all belong on a single line, is to make everyone unequally equal.

Wanna see my body?
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#104 - angelious (07/07/2016) [-]
nice argument from fallacy /fallacy fallacy
im really not that surprised that you refuse to admit your mistakes, be they minor or not.

im honored but i truly think of us more as friends than anything else.please dont take it too hardly
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#105 - schnizel (07/07/2016) [-]
I have made no mistakes, you have made plenty.

Seeing that you are acting like a child I refuse to discuss these matters with you.

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#106 - angelious (07/07/2016) [-]
should i just repeat the part about "im not that surprised that you refuse to admit your mistakes..." part or does it go without a saying?


you are acting like an idiot refusing to admit he is an idiot. but sure, go and take your ball and go home. write an angry blog to pol as well telling them how you red pilled another sheeple into the flock and then masturbate to some anime.

good riddance.
#107 - schnizel (07/07/2016) [-]
What mistakes, please, name them?

Also, you seem a bit mad.
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#33 - salihzzz (07/06/2016) [-]
what is your point? These upgrades and scientific advancements didn't fall from the sky, the people living in europe achieved them and reaped the benefits coming from their achievments.

Further on claiming europe was fertile as to what? compared to afrika and Asia europe was a deathtrap, with harsh winters and scarce food the only reasen it was conquerd was trough sheer will from the people who settled there.

The reasen europe rose to power is most likely caused by these harsh enviroments and constant outsider threat, which caused them yo adapt and be strong

it had nothing to do with luck as you so simply stated but trough achievment something that should be rightfully celebrated and not disgarded and shunned due to anti white predjudece .
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#38 - angelious (07/06/2016) [-]
and as you said gunpowder had already been invented in asia. which europeans borrowed and improved upon. you wanted to know why europeans managed to create the age of colonnialism. well there is the answer. we just got lucky with how the technology and our culture worked.

never even touched the hand on fertility. so idk why you are ranting about that?

if that was true then africans should have colonnialized mars by now. also should be noted that most ancient european empires as well as the most ancient empires ever, all came to be in territories with mild weather conditions (southern europe, northern africa, china) rather than the northern parts. which were largely barbarian territory until the start of the dark ages. this point is just idiotic.

its not discarded. we simply put it in more realistic eyes rather than try to be needlessly proud about something that there is no reason to be proud off.
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#109 - salihzzz (07/11/2016) [-]
-am i talking to a child because if that's the case let me know then we can stop right here because this is some childich logic.

Throwing away thousand year of advancement and calling it luck is beyond simple

-i might have confused you and the original comment due to sheer idiocracy and simplicity in both posts desu

Yes ofcourse all original empires started off in fertile land, but what does this have to do with luck? how were they mroe lucky than other early civilisations that started off in fertile land?

How are the northern europeans that enjoyed none of these bonuses lucky?

please define what you see as luck
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#19 - thesecretbear (07/06/2016) [-]
As well as actual trade networks to build up society via cultural exchange with the cradles of civilization.

Some of the African empires were still impressive. Songhai ruled an area half the size of the modern US.
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#7 - eptica (07/06/2016) [-]
Mali Empire
#6 - sixmillionjuice (07/06/2016) [-]
Oh fuck off with that shit faggot. You fucking pieces of shit play this same line over, and over again when it's absolute fucking horse shit.
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#20 - thesecretbear (07/06/2016) [-]
Explain why it's horseshit?
The land wasn't exactly compliant for civilization building. Malaria, and the climate sort of kept it hard to keep large herds of cattle around.
#9 - anon (07/06/2016) [-]
Your rebuttal kinda lacks a rebuttal.
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#5 - iwillrulenorway (07/06/2016) [-]
there are several other massive regions of africa that is highly fertile land, the entirety of europe before people was basically forests, the reason it's farmable is that we cut the forests down and made housing and tools out of them.
africa has some of the biggest forests in the world, and the most fertile soil in the world with a possible exception of south Americas forests .

so why, why with all that time, space, fertile land and materials, why didn't they build a single city pre colonisation? a singel monument? a single thing that lasted beyond their lifetime except flint arrowheads?

not a rhetorical question, by the by, I have no idea why this is the case
#77 - anon (07/06/2016) [-]
Just read a book on pre-colonial Africa. There were stone cities larger than Paris and London combined! Some of these cities had populations of more than 200 000 people! They were destroyed by Europeans who came to Africa, looted everything of value, and then left an entire continent in complete disarray. Education is the death bell of ignorance.
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#99 - iwillrulenorway (07/06/2016) [-]
so they spent a few hundred years grounding all the stones in the cities to dust I reckon?
and then erased them from history?

which when I think about it would have been easy since the Africans didn't have a written language in Nigeria until the 16th century an and most of the rest of Africa didn't have it until they were colonised.

It amazes me how a people without having discovered how to make an irrigation or sewage system, and who hadn't discovered how to use metal of any kind, nor had they any scientific application of masonry or even math for that matter, managed to build a city to rival and overcome the management nightmares which are the cities of today. truly a marvel of the world, it's only such a shame that the evil white people #notsarcasm made sure that there's absolutely no proof what so ever so no one can ever visit.
#70 - anon (07/06/2016) [-]
You are forgetting that you also need a steady and reliable source of water that doesn't randomly disappear in protracted droughts. You will notice that a major portion of Africa consists of dry lands. Also jungle regions are generally pretty bad for farming.
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#98 - iwillrulenorway (07/06/2016) [-]
africa has the two of the longest and biggest rivers in the world, the congo river and the nile river.

not even a stone hut.
#8 - haedshot (07/06/2016) [-]
Cold is another factor in which Africa did not have. The western countries had winter so in order to survive, the westerners had to go through hardships in the winter whereas the Africans did not. With hardship comes innovations and those innovations made the western civilizations flourish with technology. Same thing with the Chinese as part of their land experiences winter too.
#12 - anon (07/06/2016) [-]
Then what about india, thailand, and indonesia;

depending on where in africa they have similar hot, humid environments without needing to worry about extreme cold and they had made great ancient empires.

Their countries today are lacking but its nowhere near Africans' problems

So i do not think its a Winter issue;
#13 - haedshot (07/06/2016) [-]
Same for my country which is above Indonesia. they were close and well known for centuries to well established civilizations and did trade giving away methods to build and produce material like metal. They also could have this knowledge prior to migration.

India was close to the middle east which had have given them the knowledge aforementioned above. Notice how these civilizations are not as advanced as the countries closer to the north but may have similarities in their cultures

The countries you mention have evidence of contact of other people from other lands and nations. Africans on the other hand shows no significant continuous history of contact to outsiders based from their culture (Some African tribes have come in contact with the romans though but not as long as the countries mentioned.)
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#14 - indonesia (07/06/2016) [-]
no you're not close with me go away stalker
#15 - haedshot (07/06/2016) [-]
Do you want me to shoot more fishermen?
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#16 - indonesia (07/06/2016) [-]
putang ina bobo mo
but srsly, don't shoot
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#46 - The Hadeeth you mentioned is considered by the scholars toi be…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/05/2016 on i want to hurt her +3
#47 - wiseagain (07/05/2016) [-]
I'm glad that supportive, open-minded people like you exist on this site.
You do you, honey~
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#45 - wiseagain (07/05/2016) [-]
Well, I found this:
Male Circumcision or Khatna is ancient practice and practiced in religions which preceded Islam - Jewish and Christian folks.
It is not mentioned in Quran but in Hadeeth and Sunnah it is mentioned as an introduction of a person to wider Islamic community or ummah.
Islamic Fitra (acts considered to be of a refined person) has five acts:
1. circumcision
2. shaving pubic hair with razor
3. trimming the mustache
4. paring one's nails and
5. plucking the hair from one's armpits

It has to be common, as the middle east has one of the highest male circumcision rates in the world.
You are right on the female genital mutilation though, that's not usually practiced in the middle east.
GOD I hate Africa...
#46 - throneinc (07/05/2016) [-]
The Hadeeth you mentioned is considered by the scholars toi be of weak origins, it means it hasn't been traced back the prophet and thus not taken into consideration.

But you are right, it is still considered to be the "clean thing todo", and "my father did it to me so i'm going todo it to my kid" mentality, and none speaks against it.
#47 - wiseagain (07/05/2016) [-]
I'm glad that supportive, open-minded people like you exist on this site.
You do you, honey~
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#123 - lype (07/03/2016) [-]
rip anus
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