Now, the matter is resolved. Americans can stop debating over the Irish

  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Those figures aren't remotely accurate the the girl in the bottom right quite clearly dyes her hair (like most women in Europe do).

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      The girl who plays Luna is a natural blonde. Saoirse Ronan is a prime example of a brunette dying her hair blonde.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >The girl who plays Luna is a natural blonde
        Proof? Her roots are clearly brown. Now her hair MAY be a very very dark shade of blond, but that's not established yet.
        Let's see a pic of her with no dye in her hair and we'll judge whether it's 'blonde' or not.
        Blonde to Greeks and Arabs maybe, but that's about it.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        She's quite clearly not a natural blonde.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          You're actually retarded. Irish and British blondes aren't like Scandinavian blondes, they are dirty blondes which OP literally stated. They tend to have light brown eyebrows, blonde-brown roots, versus Albino looking Scandis, but overall their hair is still a type of blond.

          Nobody here is claiming they are Scandinavian tier blondes and not only Scandinavian tier snow blond is the only type of blonde.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            Complete fantasy sourceless anecdotal drivel, as always.

            Which figs? i'm Irish too and i'd say this is pretty accurate.

            I'm from Ireland too and I'd say it absolutely is not accurate at all.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            She isn't blonde. This

            Natural blonde my fucking arse.

            >this constitutes blondness in ireland

            isn't dark blonde. That is brown hair. And few adults in Scandinavia OR British Isles have bright blond hair unless they dye it.
            That artificial bright blond color is extremely rare outside of childhood.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Natural blonde my fucking arse.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          >this constitutes blondness in ireland

          I'd love to stick my superior anglo shaft up this flower of hibernia's arse and stir last night's colcannon

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            She'd love it too. Most irish girls do. They can't get enough of 'foreign' domination.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              [...]
              I'd love to stick my superior anglo shaft up this flower of hibernia's arse and stir last night's colcannon

              Delusional. Irish Woman would bite your dick off and laugh as you realized you’ll never reproduce.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                irish women love me
                t. 6'4 great looking english man

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                irish women love me too
                t.5'9 swarthy english mutt (half bantu) with kinky hair

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >t. 6'4 great looking english man

                LOL you're probably a low t man let who can't even grow a beard.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                ive got a beard right now?
                been thinking about shaving because i look menacing and unfriendly with a beard

                like a literal evil viking

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Doesn't matter what you do, as long as you open your mouth and let them hear that English accent. Their pussies will wetten, their legs will open. Their anuses will tighten.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Oi ya goat a loishens for tat telly lasse? cheeps awnd feesh on pahyp-her pleese
                >Aye yee earnt evun Jeermanic let aloene angler saxern
                average cultural exchange between Ugly the VII Lard of Cuttingspam and Corey 12 hefer queen of the Lime(y) isle

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                irish women love me too
                t.5'9 swarthy english mutt (half bantu) with kinky hair

                these are two "anglos" who are 85% Iron Age Celt and have never been west of London

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                I'm sure they tell you that while you're draining your bank account and bending over backwards for them, podraig. But then, someone raised on complete fantasy and schizoid delusion like the average "irish"man is bound to believe such tall tales.
                Make sure you test the Y-DNA of your kids. According to Eupedia, non-paternity events are really common in Ireland, lots of Norman and English bulled cucked poor old podraig and gave his kids with Gaelic surnames Germanic or Romance Y-DNA.
                It's kinda sad.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Which figs? i'm Irish too and i'd say this is pretty accurate.

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I´m Irish and this seems about right. Though I feel like redheads and blondes should be higher, where are you sourcing these figures from?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I think red and blonde hair should be lower and the black hair brown eyes lower too. The vast majority are brown/dark brown almost black hair and blue eyes.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I think red and blonde hair should be lower and the black hair brown eyes lower too. The vast majority are brown/dark brown almost black hair and blue eyes.
        Yep, basically this. Brown eyes are more common than he's implying too. Sure, blue eyes are probably most common, but there are a LOT of browneyed people in Ireland.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah nothing unusual about brown eyes too even though most are blue eyed.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'd love to see actual peer reviewed scientific surveys of European populations and their blond/brown/red/black and blue/green/brown eye color rates.
            Like on a region-by-region basis.

            Actual expressions of those genes. Not just people carrying the genes. I want to see the actual rates and not some sourceless MSPaint map probably from Stormfront.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        I did a head count and of 70 over a third were red heads.
        Cope more shitskins.
        >b-but ugly monkeys like us were always common
        It’s the tag line you want to define the future, ugly swarthoids are an abomination and you only do such damage control because you know you yourself are an aberrant mutt.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          >I did a head count and of 70 over a third were red heads.
          This fucking spastic again. You're the same guy that did the headcount of dozens of Swedish people and found 70% of them to be blond, yeah.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            Delusional mutt. Face it, even if Varg is empirically questionable his conclusion is correct.
            (You) browntown swarthoids are literal mutts pretending your indigenous to White Europe.
            Go back to Italy or Africa or wherever the fuck you mulatto colored speds are from.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Depends where you are in the country. In the Wesht past the Shannon the blue eye, black/brown hair phenotype is the predominant and gingers are found in the same frequency as other Anglo countries. People from rural areas in county Galway, Mayo & Clare almost always have piercing blue eyes and black or brown hair. OTOH I've noticed more gingers and nautral blondes in the North but the blue eye, dark hair type is still common in like Donegal.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >OTOH I've noticed more gingers and nautral blondes in the North
        They go Anglo'd, hard. The north is actually genetically distinct from the rest of Ireland due to the heavy admixture with British colonists.
        You can see it not only in northern Y-DNA, but also in autosomal clusterting.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          They didn't get Anglod and the two communities were very much apart with very little intermarriage even up to modern times. Ulster wasn't taken by force and mass rape train run on the women either. The treaty of Melifont ended the 9 years war in Ulster and the flight of the earls is what lost Ulster and left it open to plantation. Ulster Irish generally don't have Anglo admixture. A good many of the planters that came were of Scots Gaelic stock and related to the Ulster Gaels going way back to the Dal Riada.

          >The ethnicity estimate for Ulster is lower than the other provinces around 51.9%. This also is what you might expect but attributing the different estimate in Ulster to the 17th century plantation is perhaps too simplistic. The connections between Ulster and Scotland are deep going back many centuries and continuing to the present day.

          >Echoing the results in Ulster, Southern Scotland shows the highest Irish ancestry across Great Britain with an average of 46.6%.

          That's from Ancestry UK.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            >They didn't get Anglod
            Yeah they did. There is literally substantial genetic differences between those in Ulster and the rest of Ireland. You can see it in the Y-DNA and autosomal clustering.
            People in the former Pale are different genetically to the rest of Ireland too, again you can see it in their Y-DNA.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            >A good many of the planters that came were of Scots Gaelic stock and related to the Ulster Gaels going way back to the Dal Riada.
            They were from the fucking Borders and northern England. It's the least fucking 'Celtic' part of Scotland and the Celtic admixture they did have was fucking Brittonic anyway, not Gaelic.
            Your 4th most common surname is 'Walsh'. That means fucking Welsh. Brannagh also means 'Briton'. There are a lot of Irish surnames which translate as 'Briton'.
            Terry Wogan's surname is of Brittonic descent too.
            People in Scotland cluster more closely with people in England than they do Ireland, granted they're all incredibly similar, but you are absolutely coping and pretending Ulster didn't have a train ran on it.

            You're still fucking bitter about it today and they're still a part of Britain.
            >https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-31905764

            Get a fucking grip.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              Look at this homosexual here sperging out.

              >Get a fucking grip.
              Says you the man sperging out.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Echoing the results in Ulster, Southern Scotland shows the highest Irish ancestry across Great Britain with an average of 46.6%.
            What exactly are the labeling 'Irish'? Are they just claiming all Insular Celtic DNA is Irish or something?
            Most Insular Celtic peoples were Brittonic. Irish people being BRITISHED isn't much better than being ANGLO'D or NORSED or NORMANED.

            Also 1/5 of your current population wasn't even born in the British Isles (2016 figures, even worse today). The Anglo-Irish population numbered in the hundreds of thousands. There are masses of people in Ireland of full or partial recent British descent.

            1 million new people have become Irish citizens since Brexit lmao, all from the UK. Many of them likely even more exotic than Brits.
            Who are you fucking trying to kid?

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        There's more blondes in the North because of the Scots with Scandinavian and Anglo blood but most have them have the same hair color and eyes as most Irish people too.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          >There's more blondes in the North because of the Scots with Scandinavian and Anglo blood
          Well they weren't 'Scots' at all were they, but sure the English-speaking colonists from Scotland and England, let's just call them.

          >most have them have the same hair color and eyes as most Irish people too.
          Yeah but most English people have the same hair color as Irish people do. Most Scandinavians have the same hair color as Irish people do.
          They POSSIBLY just have slightly higher rates of blondism and red hair, possibly due to sexual selection.
          But until I see an actual scientific study of hair color and eye color ratios in these regions, I'm going to call it bullshit.
          Because I actually went to Scandinavia and barely anyone (by which I mean I didn't notice noticeably more blonds than here in the Lowlands) was genuinely blond there, beyond women who were obvious bottlejobs.

          I know here in the Lowlands, blond hair is really cherished, especially in youth. People love blond kids and fawn over them, it was the case for me as I had whiteblond hair until a fairly late age and people never left me alone growing up.
          Pretty sure it's the same in northern England and Scandinavia and other parts of Europe.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Well they weren't 'Scots' at all were they, but sure the English-speaking colonists from Scotland and England, let's just call them.

            Many were of Scottish Gaelic stock. I live among them and it seems most have a Gaelic Scots surname.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Many were of Scottish Gaelic stock.
              No they fucking weren't. There was barely any Gaelic settlement in the Borders whatsoever. There may have been a very small minority of Gaels among the Planters, but the vast majority would have been of Anglo-Saxons, Norse, Norman, Brittonic or Pictish descent.

              >I live among them and it seems most have a Gaelic Scots surname.
              And what's that surname? Seriously. I BET it's a surname of Brittonic or Norse or Norman or Anglo-Saxon origin like a ton of 'Scottish Gaelic' surnames are.
              McLeod for example. MacAskill. McAulay. All Norse. There are countless others.

              Seriously tell me the name. It's common enough that it can't be identifying right?

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              >I live among them and it seems most have a Gaelic Scots surname.
              Oh I misread that. That's fucking hysterical. I can pull up a list of the most common surnames in Northern Ireland right now. Would you like me to do that? There are VERY FEW Scottish Gaelic surnames there and the ones that are would be names like Campbell (Celtic Britons, their origin is Brittonic and their name is Brittonic).
              The Protestant surnames in Ireland are OVERWHELMINGLY English Germanic compound patronymics.
              Smith, Thom(p)son, Wilson, Anderson, Robertson, Wilson, Miller alone account for like 30% of all Northern Ireland Protestant surnames.

              Why lie? Who do you think you're trying to fool? You little fucking rodent.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >You little fucking rodent.

                I hope you have a stroke.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                You are a broken, conquered, Englishized people. Your desperate israeli copes and lies won't change that fact. The world will forever see you as a peripheral region of England.
                You are about as 'not English' as Austrians are 'not German'.

                In fact, Austrians are a lot less German than you are English. Because they cluster quite distantly from Germans.
                You overlap and overcluster with English people.

                >I hope you have a stroke.
                Who's sperging out now, podraig, eh? Your women belong to foreign cock. And your already thinned and diluted blood is being BRED OUT OF EXISTENCE as we speak.
                And the resultant leftovers in a few generations will only speak English, just like you all do now.

                Broken. Conquered. Destroyed. Cope on.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Who's sperging out now, podraig

                Clearly you ya fucking freak.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Clearly you ya fucking freak.
                Broken. Conquered. Destroyed. Forever speaking the language of your overlords. Slavetongues. You will never be anything but an English lapdog, speaking their words and using their words for the world.
                I was going to say you're lucky they let you live upon conquest, but I'm beginning to think your ultimate fate today is even more sadistic and cruel than if they'd just genocided you in the past.
                A sad, rootless little halfman watching his island be flooded with more and more English-speaking hordes everyday.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                kek. I am that Spanish guy you absolutely sperged out at this morning. I find your vitriol towards Ireland kind of fascinating because you know, outside of Britain and Ireland, here in continental Europe, literally EVERYONE thinks that you guys - English, Scottish, Irish - are all the same shit. Especially Scotland and Ireland. People might differentiate a bit when it comes to Scotland/Ireland and England but when it comes to Scotland/Ireland basically everyone that´s not a Brit will say you guys are the same. And how aren´t you? Culturally and genetically you´re so similar.

                The only thing that´s really different about you is that as far as guiris go, people like Irish guiris more. They´re friendlier and they at least try to learn the local language a bit. British guiris are by far the least popular. Beyond the point. My point is your hated is bizarre. It´s like if I had this obsession with hating Portugal even though literally everyone outside of Iberia will say that Spain and Portugal are basically the same thing (and culturally/genetically, we basically are). How does that make you feel? Knowing the whole world thinks "Ireland is basically Scotland" and "Scotland is basically Ireland"

                Pic, because you´re a schizo who thinks anyone that disagrees with him is Irish.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >outside of Britain and Ireland, here in continental Europe, literally EVERYONE thinks that you guys - English, Scottish, Irish - are all the same shit
                I'm aware. I've been saying as much for years. But you know how it is having a subversive subsection of your population that thinks itself different and adopts some meme LARP identity on some super dubious and spurious grounds.
                You have many separatist regions in Spain but to the rest of the world you're all just brown Spanish manlets and nobody cares about Galicians or Catalonians or Aragonese or whatever the fuck else.
                So when you have a group of them beginning to act like israelites and subvert your region and all the other parasitic garbage bullshit the so-called irish do, it tends to provoke rage.
                If you have an inherently antisocial, separatist, delusional parasite class within your 'ethnic region'... it tends to provoke hate.
                Every group generally has them.
                It's not that hard to understand.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >If you have an inherently antisocial, separatist, delusional parasite class within you 'ethnic region'... it tends to provoke hate.

                Irish people live on a separate island to you and most of that island is an independent Republic and has got nothing to do with you but here you are in a separate island hundreds of miles away from the Irish and in a different sovereign nation and you're absolutely seething. It's shocking you can't see how much of a raving lunatic you are.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Irish people live on a separate island to you
                No that's the problem. They don't just live there. I don't think anyone would have a problem with their delusional ethnoLARP and strange demented separatism if they all just stayed on their own shitty little island.
                There are literal ghettos all along western coastal British cities filled with people who think they're Irish and hate Britain and live off welfare and undermine our institutions and hate the country and people that nurture them.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >They don't just live there. I don't think anyone would have a problem with their delusional ethnoLARP and strange demented separatism if they all just stayed on their own shitty little island.
                There are literal ghettos all along western coastal British cities filled with people who think they're Irish and hate Britain and live off welfare and undermine our institutions and hate the country and people that nurture them.

                We could say the exact same thing about the "British" in North of Ireland.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >We could say the exact same thing about the "British" in North of Ireland.
                They don't think they're Irish. And they live in Britain.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >They don't think they're Irish

                Many do. Even Paisley said he was an Irish man.

                Britain is the other island retard and Ulster and NI is in the island of Ireland not Britain.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Many do.
                No they don't. Unionists in Ireland identify near exclusively as British. They are absolutely averse to describing themselves as Irish. And they're correct in that aversion.

                >Even Paisley said he was an Irish man
                He explicitly mocked Irish people for having 'ancestors wearing pigskins and rolling around in bogs' while 'his ancestors were carving out civilization and fueling industry and commerce'.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Britain is the other island retard
                Britain is the general shorthand for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Citizens of the UK are British. Maybe do a bit of research before calling others retarded.

                >and Ulster and NI is in the island of Ireland not Britain.
                I don't know why you're mentioning Ulster. Northern Ireland is absolutely British territory and a part of Britain. Its citizens are British. And most of them identify from British colonists and continue to identify as British to this day.
                And good on them.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I don't know why you're mentioning Ulster. Northern Ireland is absolutely British
                territory and a part of Britain

                You said they Live in Britain and Britain is the other island. It's geography. Not even a Prod from the north would say they love in Britain which is the island of Britain or Great Britain made up of the 3 countries there but not Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland is part of the UK but not great Britain.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Did you just miss the part about Britain being shortand for the UK or something. Retard.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Britain being shortand for the UK or something. Retard.

                Britain is the island and when most Brits speak of Britain its the island and they rarely even think of Northern Ireland. To most British people a "British" person from NI is just Irish or a Paddy. They even make the distinction in the title of UK of great Britain AND Northern Ireland meaning its not part of Britain the island or the three countries that make up great Britain but it is part of the United Kingdom.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Britain is the island and when most Brits speak of Britain its the island and they rarely even think of Northern Ireland.
                No it isn’t.

                >they’re all just irish
                Nope. Everyone I know considers the Brits in Northern Ireland as British as they are. The only people I see repeating that mantra are online irish nationalists and British people of irish descent who seem to think they’re fooling everyone like cryptoisraelite.

                Are you just going to keep arguing that Britain isn’t shorthand for the UK even though it demonstrably is?

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >They even make the distinction in the title of UK of great Britain AND Northern Ireland meaning its not part of Britain
                You’re confusing Great Britain with Britain. Great Britain is the island, Britain as a shorthand for the UK. I don’t know how to make this any simpler for you. It’s not complicated

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Britain as a shorthand for the UK

                Said mainly by people who don't give NI a thought when they say it. Britain never includes Northern Ireland. Even unionist politicians refer to the UK as the United Kingdom and not Britain because they're well aware NI isn't in Britain the island or Great Britain the country. It's always GB AND NI but never GB for the whole UK because NI isn't part of GB.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                You keep confusing GB with Britain. There’s no point continuing this discussion. Have fun arguing with yourself and spreading lies.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >There’s no point continuing this discussion

                You may be used to saying Britain for the UK of GB & NI but saying Northern Ireland is Britain is technically incorrect. People in NI would say UK and not Britain or GB on its own.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >You keep confusing GB with Britain
                Britain is England and Wales. Great Britain is England, Wales and Scotland. The UK is Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It is very simple

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >here you are in a separate island hundreds of miles away from the Irish
                It's separated by a 21km channel of water, anon. Hell the distance between Dublin and Holyhead is only 107km.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >How does that make you feel? Knowing the whole world thinks "Ireland is basically Scotland" and "Scotland is basically Ireland"
                I already agree with them. All the British Isles are just English. It's ridiculous. I couldn't agree more.
                I've already explained why I hate them. People that act like israelites will be hated and treated like israelites regardless of what they are.

                You'd still hate a child molesting pedophile even if he was your own brother, wouldn't you. You'd hate a child molesting pedophile if he was Portuguese.
                If he Portuguese were some weird, demented, antisocial parasite class that infested Spain and refused to assimilate and hated and tried to undermine Spain and its institutions at every turn...
                You'd probably begin to hate the Portuguese wouldn't you.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                What kind of mentally challenged logic is 'you can't hate someone because they're similar to you'. Did you think in your peasized little brown head that this was some epic pointscoring or something? Some irrefutable gotcha.
                Have you ever heard of civil wars?

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >t. achmed projecting

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Spanish and Moroccans are basically the same people.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Northern Spanish are celts just like the British.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                ?

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Fucking hell
                Half the Spanish team are nafris and the entirety of the Portugal team.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                lol no

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Half that team are still shit skins.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                There's at least 2 immigrants / not natives there, Danilo and Otávio.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                they are not even remotely connected, to a point even finns or swedes or russians are closer to spanish than any moroccan

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                oh It seems the Reconquista was really effective

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                The Ulster Plantations absolutely destroyed Ireland and Irishness. Ulster was a bastion of Gaeldom. It was completely transformed by the colonizations. In language, in culture, in blood.
                That is a wound that Irishness simply never healed from. Like a poisoned axewound that spread throughout the Ireland after the initial shock and blow.
                You bring every suffering inflicted upon you upon yourself. Know that. Your own nature is what has caused you to end up in the place you are today as a 'people'.
                A desperate, sad, pitiful ethnoLARP. Forever speaking the tongue of the people that broke you. Forever screaming and trying to convince people in that tongue of your breakers that you are not, in fact, English, but Irish.
                They'll never view you as anything but. History will only record your English words.

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >this constitutes blondness in ireland

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    My favorite ethnic Irish is the Midnight Rider

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Irish are a strange group. So many of them are complete fuck ups, but others are geniuses. Sometimes they are both. No other ethnic group i've come across is like them.

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Every Irishman I've met has been blonde. But I still believe this chart. Also, Colin Farrell is the sexiest Irishman (no homo)

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Every Irishman I've met has been blonde.
      Every Irishman you've met has been a woman? Doesn't surprise me... They are prone to becoming sissys and fembois.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >They are prone to becoming sissys and fembois.

        Which is your favorite?

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    What's supposed to be the conundrum? Do americans unironically think europeans are either all ultra-aryan scandinavians or swarthy sicilians? Native europeans are probably the most diverse group of ethnicities on earth in terms of phenotype.

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Irish (and every other people in Europe) spent WAY more time debating and just generally thinking about America than the inverse.

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Colin looks best

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