White people will do anything to avoid having to admit that black built amazing structures like those in Egypt.
They be like:
"WOW, these are amazing….welp had to have been white people because even though Egypt is in Africa and there are literally zero traces of white people anywhere near here, and we haven’t found a single white looking person in the tombs or in the writing on the wall, black people could not have accomplished this much amazing. So white people must have came over, built them than disappeared into thin air. Logic."
No one said white people built Egypt, just Egyptians.
White people say whites built Egypt at least 8 times a day. Miss me with that bullshit.
Linkage? Because there’s only one erroneous claim I see made about Egyptians that doesn’t come from the early 20th century, and that isn’t it.
What are you talking about. I don’t hoards links to the hundreds of shitty white people i see on this site claiming that Egyptians are white. Go find them yourself, i’m not your google. I don’t need to “prove” my experiences to you.
Saying they were not “black” (as in subsaharan African in appearance) by modern standards is not the same thing as saying they were white.
and that’s not what people said. black doesn’t have one appearance. Egyptians are fucking black, get over it. stop fighting so hard to claim shit that aint yours. and get the fuck off my post with your white supremacist bullshit.
Smfh I HIGHLY doubt that any original Africans were White—-PERIOD.
Do yall see yall asses in the sun for a fuckin day???
Sun says, “Naw, my dude. Didn’t happen.”
That’s why White people originally come from cold ass places
The North Pole—-Santa was White. You can have him
y’all out here sunburning while in the shade talking about you lived in egypt
get the hell on out of here.
It’s a lot easier to debate someone when you completely ignore what they said and just strawman the fuck out of ‘em, huh?
Yes we can ignore what you said bc as soon as you explain to me why the Spinx has big lips
& why the tomb drawings are that of PEOPLE OF COLOR——not a vanilla color in sight—not even Olive (like the Greeks) then we can have a debate
They literally left pictures—-like, “Please don’t forget about us,”
Why the fuck doesn’t the Spinx from the Exodus movie look like the Spinx currently standing right fuckin now???
Bc the Egyptians were African, they had African features & we are done
And you have yet to leave any receipts
Did I ever once say they weren’t people of color? Did I ever once at any point ever even kinda state that? No? Then go shut the fuck up somewhere else.
Then why are you here bitching? What other people of color are african but africans? Africans are black boo.
Holy shit everyone, africans are black. Who knew..oh that’s right, everyone but white people.
1. “Black” is a largely modern distinction based on arbitrary delineations of melanin levels.
2. Egyptians have a distinct cultural identity and typically native Egyptians consider “Egyptian” to be their racial identity.
Sorry, are you Egyptian? cultural identity is not race.
Literally the first thing that popped up in google was
BLACK. BLACK. BLACK. BLACK. BLACKITY. BLACKER THAN BLACK. I’m waiting for you to find me a single link that proves they are not black. BLACK.
Give it up child, you tried to come for us and failed miserably.
THERE ARE THE RECEIPTS
There they go!
Lmao the producer of Exodus claiming that there is still a 'debate' on the ethnicity of ancient Egyptians is like defending the white washing in The Last Airbender by saying there's still a debate on the ethnicities of Sokka and Katara. The proof of their 'ethnicities' literally couldn't be more obvious, but cool let's just pretend like it's not.
What’s it gonna be, baby?
Can’t touch this.
Me: *Has a daughter* *Names her Caroline*
(10 years later)
Me: *Needs something from the kitchen*
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