sakurasandwhiches said: I have to say, I love your blog. For a long time, I've felt ugly because of my whiteness as a girl. Especially when the darker the skin, the more attractive a person was seemed to be the popular view. Blogs like your have helped me get over that. Thank you. :)

weloveblackgirls:

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weloveblackgirls:

itsquitealrighttobewhite:

I am glad to have helped you!

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IM WEAAAKK 

I fail to see the humour in the post. 

They find it funny because they enjoy making others feel less than beautiful in order for them to be seen as the epitome of beauty instead. They enjoy pushing down the confidence of others in order to bring themselves up. It’s a common bullying tactic. This is another reason why they stalk blogs pro-white blogs while being a pro-black blog. They’re constantly feeling a sense of personal threat any time the faults of their people are mentioned or even at the slightest notion of our people not being treated like shit. You see, they’re under confident and that’s why they’re constantly stalking and threatened by us. It’s not us at all, it’s a personal problem. They will say that it’s not and that they don’t care and will become hostile at the very mention of this, but that’s also another tactic. Just like the alcoholic who doesn’t want to admit they have a problem and gets hostile at the very mention of it, they get hostile at the very mention of their faults and us saving our people due to lack of confidence and feeling threatened. This is simple evolutionary logic. The cat toys with the mice all day long while they live in fear but when the dog comes and corners it, it begins to feel threatened and acts hostile in nature in order to avoid the situation and to “flee” the area.

And you’re right, it certainly does make you “weak”. 

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tobagobookings:

Here are 19 interesting facts about Trinidad and Tobago! Did you know most of these? Are there any you would add to the list? 

1. Tobago only has 6% of the total area and 4% of the total population of this dual-island nation.

2. Trinidad was named by Christopher Columbus on his third voyage to the New World in 1498.

3. Trinidad and Tobago is one of the most important leatherback nesting sites.

4. Tobago got its name because it resembles a tobacco pipe (tavaco) used by local natives.

6. The Pitch Lake in South Trinidad is the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world.

7. Trinidad and Tobago Carnival has been consistently ranked as one of the top ten Carnival celebrations in the world

8. The Steelpan: The only new acoustic instrument to be invented and accepted worldwide in the 20th century originated in Trinidad and Tobago.

9. The people of Tobago are called Tobagonians and those from Trinidad are called Trinidadians or Trinis. Together the people of Trinidad and Tobago are referred to as “Trinbagonians.”

10. The dances “limbo” and “calypso” were created in T&T.

11. Trinidad and Tobago’s Dr Joseph Lennox Pawan achieved international acclaim for the discovery of the transmission of the rabies virus by vampire bats.

12. The Trinidad Moruga “Scorpion” Pepper has officially been ranked as the world’s hottest pepper by the Guinness Book of Records.

13. The oldest rain forest reserve in the Western Hemisphere is located in Tobago.

14. Education in T&T is entirely free, contributing to the over 98% literacy rate.
Children are expected to have basic reading and writing skills before starting school at age 5. Most start preschool at 2 ½ years of age.

15. The world’s largest brain coral is located in Tobago.

16. The limbo dance originated as an event that took place at wakes in Trinidad and Tobago

17. The novels “Robinson Crusoe” and “Treasure Island” were based on these islands, and the movie “Swiss Family Robinson” was filmed here.

18. T&T is one of the world’s leading exporters of natural gas.

19. Cricket is the national sport.

Source: http://truenomads.com/2014/01/facts-about-trinidad-and-tobago/

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tobagobookings:

Here are 19 interesting facts about Trinidad and Tobago! Did you know most of these? Are there any you would add to the list?

1. Tobago only has 6% of the total area and 4% of the total population of this dual-island nation.

2. Trinidad was named by Christopher Columbus on his third voyage to the New World in 1498.

3. Trinidad and Tobago is one of the most important leatherback nesting sites.

4. Tobago got its name because it resembles a tobacco pipe (tavaco) used by local natives.

6. The Pitch Lake in South Trinidad is the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world.

7. Trinidad and Tobago Carnival has been consistently ranked as one of the top ten Carnival celebrations in the world

8. The Steelpan: The only new acoustic instrument to be invented and accepted worldwide in the 20th century originated in Trinidad and Tobago.

9. The people of Tobago are called Tobagonians and those from Trinidad are called Trinidadians or Trinis. Together the people of Trinidad and Tobago are referred to as “Trinbagonians.”

10. The dances “limbo” and “calypso” were created in T&T.

11. Trinidad and Tobago’s Dr Joseph Lennox Pawan achieved international acclaim for the discovery of the transmission of the rabies virus by vampire bats.

12. The Trinidad Moruga “Scorpion” Pepper has officially been ranked as the world’s hottest pepper by the Guinness Book of Records.

13. The oldest rain forest reserve in the Western Hemisphere is located in Tobago.

14. Education in T&T is entirely free, contributing to the over 98% literacy rate.
Children are expected to have basic reading and writing skills before starting school at age 5. Most start preschool at 2 ½ years of age.

15. The world’s largest brain coral is located in Tobago.

16. The limbo dance originated as an event that took place at wakes in Trinidad and Tobago

17. The novels “Robinson Crusoe” and “Treasure Island” were based on these islands, and the movie “Swiss Family Robinson” was filmed here.

18. T&T is one of the world’s leading exporters of natural gas.

19. Cricket is the national sport.

Source: http://truenomads.com/2014/01/facts-about-trinidad-and-tobago/

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itsquitealrighttobewhite:

I made this GIF in Photoshop!Enjoy it.

You’re proud of your bland ass food and murdering black people lmfao white people never fail to be the racist shit stains that built society~Tae

Bland food? Grow up. You’re ignoring French, Italian, Spanish, German, Scottish, English, Russian, Polish, etc cultures which are all very different. Europe has some of the most diverse cultures on earth.

Haha I said the same thing and all they said is “you know Italy didn’t make pizza right?” They’d rather stay ignorant than aware

what culture tho
most of the shit yall have is from other cultures
lol my mom is white, even i know that

"Other cultures"
Name them? Cause the ones listed above are indeed white. Or European, depends on how you qualify it
Also saying your mom is white doesn’t mean you know about these cultures. That’s an appeal to authority when you haven’t established any knowledge.
Whereas I can say that the Irish and Scottish have a plethora of culture. Read this and be educated:
http://www.irishcultureandcustoms.com
http://www.livinginireland.ie/en/culture_society/culture_society/
As you can tell, there is plenty. And they are indeed white/European. So. We steal from others? No more than the rest of the world. And we do indeed have our own culture and customs.

I hoped by saying my mom is white shows that I’m not being biased by any means necessary. Yall just tend to steal and steal and steal most of the time. 
For example:
Dreads
Bindis
Henna
Gages
Twerking
"No more than the rest of the world." 
What exactly did Spaniards steal from white culture? Or Africans?

Yeah black woman sit there and get hair that looks like white peoples hair get blue contacts, get fake eye lashes to look like white peoples eye lashes. Almost all the popular foods they eat are european. The way most people get married is passed down from european tradition. The language you even speak is european. The technology we made is not stole. Black people wanting to apear wealthy was something they did to emulate what whites were doing (nice cars, name brand, jewlry, etc). Even modern day black gangster and gangster culture was stolen from the mob and the real italian gangsters. Rap? A form of poetry? Where do you think poetry came from? This list can go on forever and its fact not made up afroscience bullshit thats coming out now a days. Blacks even want to claim egypts culture when its not their own
http://marchofthetitans.com/nordic-desert-empire-ancient-egypt/
We dont need to steal any culture from any race whites are the most inovative and creative race on the planet and the most dominant. You want to attack the people that have made half the shit you take for granted and have made the way of life you are used to. You have no respect.

lmfaoooo Im not even about to touch on most of this, as I do not have enough time to drag you as you should be. Egyptians were black lol. They are depicted with darker complexions on hieroglyphics.  I dont have any respect? lmao respect for who? the same race of people who would shoot down a poc for wearing a hoodie because he looked threatening? The ones that continually slander us but continued to rape us? good bye you piece of shit. Made half the shit? are you serious? lmao. boy you better go somewhere. 
Black Inventions:

Air conditioning unit


Almanac


Auto cut-off switch


Auto fishing device

Automatic gear shift
Baby buggy (aka stroller)
Bicycle frame
Biscuit cutter
Blood plasma bag
Cellular phone
Chamber commode
Clothes dryer
Curtain rod and curtain rod support
Door knob
Dust pan
Door stop
Egg beater
Electric light bulb
Elevator
Eye protector
Fire escape ladder
Fire extinguisher
Folding bed
Folding chair
Fountain pen
Furniture caster
Gas mask
Golf tee
Guitar
Hair brush
Hand stamp
Horse shoe
Ice cream scooper
Improved sugar making
Insect-destroyer gun
Ironing board
Key chain
Lantern
Lawn mower
Lawn sprinkler
Lemon squeezer
Lock
Lubricating cup
Lunch pail
Mail box
Mop
Motor
Peanut butter
Pencil sharpener
Phone transmitter
Record arm player
Refrigerator
Riding saddles
Rolling pin
Shampoo headrest
Spark plug
Stethoscope
Stove
Straightening comb
Street sweeper
Thermostat control
Traffic light
Tricycle
Typewriter
Jazz (and subgenres)
Hip Hop (and subgenres)
Rock n Roll 
Speech (Africans first to use language)
Writing (before it became more complex in Mesopotamia)
Medicine (Ancient Egypt)
Architecture (Ancient Egypt)
Mathematics (prehistoric)
Mining of minerals
Iron smelting
Religion
Laws
International trade
Philosophy (dates back to before Ancient Egypt was before Ancient Egypt if you know what I mean)
Art (oldest art known is 75,000 years old found in South Africa)
Muslim Inventions:
Hospitals
Surgery
Algebra
Coffee
First to invent a flying machine
University
Optics (eye stuff)
Instruments in music
Toothbrush
Crank connecting rod system
Perfume
Central and South American inventions:
First try at the color television
Ochoaplane, a folding wing airplane
Acceleglove, a glove that can translate sign language into speech
Rocket belt
Air-pressure powered driver for pneumatic ventricular assist device
A method for preforming cable for promoting adhesion to overmolded sensor body for Delphi Technologies Inc
Contraceptive pill
The pen
Discovering mosquitos are cure to yellow fever
One of the world’s earliest submarines
Photographs
Chinese inventions:
Silk fabric
Ink
Irrigation canals
The kite
Poetry
Domestication of rice
Umbrella
Handheld crossbow
Paper
Wheelbarrow
Seismoscope
Abacus
Toilet paper
Porcelain
Gunpowder
Flamethrower
Magnetic compass
Circulation of paper currency (paper money)
Land mines
Sumerian inventions:
First written language
The wheel
Babylonian invention:
Soap
Mesopotamian inventions:
Parasol
Map making
Discovery of alcohol
Middle Eastern inventions (prehistoric):
Food supply
Domestication of the cat and cattle
Judea:
Weaving
Southeast Asian invention (prehistoric):
Domestication of chicken
Syrian invention:
The mirror
Persian inventions:
Ice cream
Windmill
Vertical sails
Indian inventions:
Modern numbering system (also in Arabia)
Chess
Korea
Metal movable type
Ironclad “turtleboat”
Filipino inventions:
Karaoke
Medical incubator
Moon buggy
Erythromycin
Yoyo
Video phone
Computer microchips
Isolated rice breeds
Drug detection
Jeepney (Jeeps)
Patis
Native American inventions:
Maple syrup
Hammock
Lacrosse
Inuit inventions:
Kayak
Parka
Toboggan
Yall enslave anything that’s not white. Who the flying fuck am I suppose to have respect for?

You dont have respect for us then leave. Stop using your computer get off your fucking phone put you native african clothing on and walk (yes do not use any form of transportation) your ass back to the jungle.

White Inventions
That computer you’re typing on
The software that drives your computer
The Internet & nearly all web applications
Recorded music
Motion picture
TV
Radio
Camera
Telephone
Automobile
Rocketry (modern)
Satellite
Spacecraft
Airplane
Skyscraper
Telescope
Printing press
Eyeglasses
Contact lenses
Microwave oven
Metallurgy (most discoveries and methods)
Materials science (plastics, compounds, & most other synthetics)
95% of medical advancements
- 95% of life saving pharmaceutical drugs
- Modern food preservatives
- Most scientific breakthroughs over the past 1000 years
- The bulk of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
- Astronomy (most discoveries and mapping techniques)
- Sea navigation (most advancements)
- Discovery of DNA
- Genetics (most research)
- Laser technology and its myriad of uses
- Harnessing electricity
- Nuclear energy
- Wireless technology
- Air conditioning devices
- Refrigeration
- Modern agricultural techniques
- Modern democracy
- Calculators 
- Diesel engines 
- Internal combustion engines 
- Adhesive Duct Tape steam engine 
sewing machine 
ALMANAC: Earliest versions in ancient Greece/Babylon; more modern versions occurred in succession starting in the Middle Ages in Europe. 
AIR CONDITIONING UNIT: Willis Carrier, 1902 
AUTO FISHING DEVICE: In use in the US by the mid-1800s. 
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION: Earliest example in Germany; in the US, the Sturtevant brothers had the 1st design for an automatic transmission in 1904. 
BABY BUGGY: William Kent, 1733. 
BICYCLE/BICYCLE FRAME: Kirkpatrick MacMillan, 1839. 
BISCUIT CUTTER: Used for thousands of years by ancient cultures. 
CELLULAR PHONE: Martin Cooper, 1973. 
CHAMBER COMMODE: Used in Europe well before the 1800s. 
CHESS: Originated in northwest India (Indians are Caucasians). 
CLOTHES DRYER: M. Pochon, 1800; electric version by Brooks Stevens in 1940s. 
DOOR KNOB: Used 1st in 1700s, well before patent by Dorsey. 
DUSTPAN: Lon Cheney Jr., 1858. 
EGG BEATER: Turner Williams, 1870 
ELECTRIC BULB: Joseph Swan and Thomas Edison, 1879 
ELEVATOR: Henry Waterman, 1850 and Elisha Otis, 1852 
FIBER OPTICS: Daniel Colladon and Jacques Babinet in Paris, 1840s. 
FIRE ESCAPE: Daniel Maseres, 1784. 
FIRE EXTINGUISHER: Ambrose Godfrey, 1723. 
FOLDING BED: William Murphy, 1900. 
FOLDING CHAIR: Used in ancient Rome, Greece, Egypt. 
FOUNTAIN PEN: 1st example in Middle East; thereafter improved upon in Europe. 
GAS MASK: Lewis Phectic Haslett, 1849. 
GOLF TEE: Percy Ellis, 1892. 
GUITAR: Descended from ancient instruments; 1st incarnation used in Renaissance. 
HAIR BRUSH: Used in Britain before the 1800s. 
HAND STAMP: William Dockwra and Robert Murray, 1680. 
HORSESHOE: Used in Europe since the early Middle Ages. 
INSECT DESTROYER GUN: Invented in 1923 by Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, patented as the ‘flit’ gun. 
IMPROV: Performed in Italy from the 16th century. 
IRONING BOARD: W. Vandenburg and J. Harvery, 1858. 
KEY CHAIN: Use of keys goes back thousands of years; key chains have been used for hundreds of years as use of keys became widespread. 
LANTERN: Earliest varieties go back hundreds of years to European and Chinese inventors. 
LAWN MOWER: Edwin Budding, 1827. 
LAWN SPRINKLER: J. Lessler, 1871. 
LEMON SQUEEZER: Used 1st in Turkey in early 1700s. 
LOCK: Used 1st 4000 years ago in Assyria. 
LUBRICANT: Used by the Romans thousands of years ago. 
LUNCH PAIL: Earliest examples in early 1800s US; Leo May invented the aluminum variety in 1954. 
MAIL BOX: 1st mail boxes installed in Paris in 1653; mail slots 1st widely used in Paris/England in mid 1800s. 
MOP: Jacob Howe, 1837 
MOTOR: James Watts, 1763; de Rivaz, 1807; Karl Benz, 1896 (all white males). 
PEANUT BUTTER: Peanut butter was invented and reinvented many times during history. Peanuts were known as early as 950 B.C.; According to the Corn Products Company, Dr. Ambrose Straub of St. Louis patented a peanut butter-making machine in 1903 and some unknown doctor invented peanut butter in 1890. 
PENCIL SHARPENER: Bernard Lassimone, 1828. 
PHONE TRANSMITTER: Heinrich Hertz, 1887. 
RECORD PLAYER and RECORD PLAYER ARM: Thomas Edison, 1877. 
REFRIGERATOR: William Cullen, 1748; Oliver Evans, 1805 (both white males). 
RIDING SADDLE: Used in England in the 1700s. 
ROCK AND ROLL: Has its roots in a merge between early white and black musical forms, but the modern version ‘Rock’ had predominantly white performers and innovators. 
ROLLING PIN: Used 1st by the Etruscans in the 9th century B.C. 
SPARK PLUG: Etienne Lenoir, 1860. 
STRAIGHTENING COMB: Invented in France prior to patent by CJ Walker. 
STETHOSCOPE: Rene Laennec, 1816. 
STOVE: Used thousands of years ago 1st in Asia, then in Europe. 
STREET SWEEPER: C.S. Bishop, 1849. 
HERMOSTAT: Warren Johnson, 1883. 
TRAFFIC LIGHT: J.P. Knight, 1868; Lester Wire, 1912 (both white males). 
TRICYCLE: Invented in Germany in 1680 and improved in France in 1789 by Blanchard/Maguier. 
TYPEWRITER: 1st patent in Britain: Henry Mill, 1714. 
GLASSES
CLOCKS
FLUSH TOILET
LENSES (MICROSCOPE & TELESCOPE)
PRINTING PRESS
SUBMARINE
WALLPAPER
HOURGLASS
TIDAL MILLS
BLAST FURNACE
LIQUOR
SPINNING WHEEL
QUARANTINE
CONCRETE
PHILIOSOPHY
LAW AND CIVIL ADMINISTRATION
ROADS
BRIDGES
THROAT-AND-GIRTH HARNESS (FOR HORSES)
PADDED HORSE COLLAR
IRON SHOE
THREE FIELD CROP ROTATION
UNIVERSITY (OR COLLEGE)
WATER POWER
IRON FORGES
WINDMILLS
THE CRANK
RUBIKS CUBE
CASSETTE TAPES
PORTABLE DEFIBRILILATOR
FIBRE OPTIC COMMUNICATION
C-LEG
DOLLY THE CLONED SHEEP
CATALYTIC CONVERTER
BIC DISPOSABLE LIGHTER
CONCORDE
CARBON FIBRE
LED 1
ARTIFICIAL CARDIO PACEMAKER
X-RAY COMPUTED TECHNOLOGY
BLUETOOTH
CAMERA PHONE PHOTO SHARING
VELCRO
THE WORLD WIDE WEB
THREE-POINT SEATBELT
SMARTCARD/CHIP CARD
FOOD PROCESSOR
SOURCES:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_English_inventions_and_discoveries
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/france.shtml
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/brit.shtml
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/germany.shtml
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/greece.shtml
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/italy.shtml
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/scan.shtml
http://www.lordsandladies.org/inventions-in-the-middle-ages.htm
http://www.europeanceo.com/home/featured/2014/01/special-report-20-groundbreaking-european-inventions-since-wwii/
Europe
Austria-Hungary
Remote control
Belgium
Newspaper
Saxophone
Czech Republic
Soft contact lenses
France
Adding machine
Pressure cooker
Hot air balloon
Parachute
Submarine
Ambulance service
Photography
Airship
Helicopter
Animation
Cinema
Germany
Printing press
Newspaper
Clarinet
Pocket watch
Automated calculator
Light bulb
Microphone
TV
Petrol/gasoline & Diesel engines
Automobile (+engine, differential gear…)
Parachute (bagged)
Motorcycle
Jet engine
LCD screen
Walkman
Italy
Glasses
Viol and cello
Mechanical clock
Violin
Thermometer
Barometer
Piano
Telephone
Radio
Netherlands
Microscope
Telescope
Pendulum clock
Mercury thermometer
Audio tape
Video tape
CD
CD-ROM
Russia
Parachute (knapsack)
Tramway (electric)
Radio (receiver)
Tube TV
Helicopter
Sweden
Astronomical lenses
Dynamite
Switerland
Comic strips
Wrist watch
United Kingdom
Postage stamp
Fire extinguisher
Magazine
Steam engine
Refrigerator
Gas turbine
Light bulb
Locomotive
Railway
Lawn mower
Gas stove/cooker
Negative & colour photography
Metro/Subway
Radio
Loudspeaker
Jet engine
Video Games
MOST OF WHAT WE USE TODAY WERE INVENTED BY WHITE PEOPLE.
GET OVER IT, AND GET ON WITH YOUR LIFE.


We could keep going really. The amount of inventions and achievments we have is very high.

Who’s gonna tell him

Oh shit

weloveblackgirls:

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lanaredmond13:

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mg-clifford:

theenwhitenment:

mg-clifford:

whytestallion:

mg-clifford:

whytestallion:

drunken-pirate-assassin:

theracismrepellent:

itsquitealrighttobewhite:

I made this GIF in Photoshop!

Enjoy it.

You’re proud of your bland ass food and murdering black people lmfao white people never fail to be the racist shit stains that built society

~Tae

Bland food? Grow up. You’re ignoring French, Italian, Spanish, German, Scottish, English, Russian, Polish, etc cultures which are all very different. Europe has some of the most diverse cultures on earth.

Haha I said the same thing and all they said is “you know Italy didn’t make pizza right?” They’d rather stay ignorant than aware

what culture tho

most of the shit yall have is from other cultures

lol my mom is white, even i know that

"Other cultures"

Name them? Cause the ones listed above are indeed white. Or European, depends on how you qualify it

Also saying your mom is white doesn’t mean you know about these cultures. That’s an appeal to authority when you haven’t established any knowledge.

Whereas I can say that the Irish and Scottish have a plethora of culture. Read this and be educated:

http://www.irishcultureandcustoms.com

http://www.livinginireland.ie/en/culture_society/culture_society/

As you can tell, there is plenty. And they are indeed white/European. So. We steal from others? No more than the rest of the world. And we do indeed have our own culture and customs.

I hoped by saying my mom is white shows that I’m not being biased by any means necessary. Yall just tend to steal and steal and steal most of the time. 

For example:

Dreads

Bindis

Henna

Gages

Twerking

"No more than the rest of the world." 

What exactly did Spaniards steal from white culture? Or Africans?

Yeah black woman sit there and get hair that looks like white peoples hair get blue contacts, get fake eye lashes to look like white peoples eye lashes. Almost all the popular foods they eat are european. The way most people get married is passed down from european tradition. The language you even speak is european. The technology we made is not stole. Black people wanting to apear wealthy was something they did to emulate what whites were doing (nice cars, name brand, jewlry, etc). Even modern day black gangster and gangster culture was stolen from the mob and the real italian gangsters. Rap? A form of poetry? Where do you think poetry came from? This list can go on forever and its fact not made up afroscience bullshit thats coming out now a days. Blacks even want to claim egypts culture when its not their own

http://marchofthetitans.com/nordic-desert-empire-ancient-egypt/

We dont need to steal any culture from any race whites are the most inovative and creative race on the planet and the most dominant. You want to attack the people that have made half the shit you take for granted and have made the way of life you are used to. You have no respect.

lmfaoooo Im not even about to touch on most of this, as I do not have enough time to drag you as you should be. Egyptians were black lol. They are depicted with darker complexions on hieroglyphics.  I dont have any respect? lmao respect for who? the same race of people who would shoot down a poc for wearing a hoodie because he looked threatening? The ones that continually slander us but continued to rape us? good bye you piece of shit. Made half the shit? are you serious? lmao. boy you better go somewhere. 

Black Inventions:

  1. Air conditioning unit

  2. Almanac

  3. Auto cut-off switch

  4. Auto fishing device

  5. Automatic gear shift
  6. Baby buggy (aka stroller)
  7. Bicycle frame
  8. Biscuit cutter
  9. Blood plasma bag
  10. Cellular phone
  11. Chamber commode
  12. Clothes dryer
  13. Curtain rod and curtain rod support
  14. Door knob
  15. Dust pan
  16. Door stop
  17. Egg beater
  18. Electric light bulb
  19. Elevator
  20. Eye protector
  21. Fire escape ladder
  22. Fire extinguisher
  23. Folding bed
  24. Folding chair
  25. Fountain pen
  26. Furniture caster
  27. Gas mask
  28. Golf tee
  29. Guitar
  30. Hair brush
  31. Hand stamp
  32. Horse shoe
  33. Ice cream scooper
  34. Improved sugar making
  35. Insect-destroyer gun
  36. Ironing board
  37. Key chain
  38. Lantern
  39. Lawn mower
  40. Lawn sprinkler
  41. Lemon squeezer
  42. Lock
  43. Lubricating cup
  44. Lunch pail
  45. Mail box
  46. Mop
  47. Motor
  48. Peanut butter
  49. Pencil sharpener
  50. Phone transmitter
  51. Record arm player
  52. Refrigerator
  53. Riding saddles
  54. Rolling pin
  55. Shampoo headrest
  56. Spark plug
  57. Stethoscope
  58. Stove
  59. Straightening comb
  60. Street sweeper
  61. Thermostat control
  62. Traffic light
  63. Tricycle
  64. Typewriter
  65. Jazz (and subgenres)
  66. Hip Hop (and subgenres)
  67. Rock n Roll 
  68. Speech (Africans first to use language)
  69. Writing (before it became more complex in Mesopotamia)
  70. Medicine (Ancient Egypt)
  71. Architecture (Ancient Egypt)
  72. Mathematics (prehistoric)
  73. Mining of minerals
  74. Iron smelting
  75. Religion
  76. Laws
  77. International trade
  78. Philosophy (dates back to before Ancient Egypt was before Ancient Egypt if you know what I mean)
  79. Art (oldest art known is 75,000 years old found in South Africa)

Muslim Inventions:

  1. Hospitals
  2. Surgery
  3. Algebra
  4. Coffee
  5. First to invent a flying machine
  6. University
  7. Optics (eye stuff)
  8. Instruments in music
  9. Toothbrush
  10. Crank connecting rod system
  11. Perfume

Central and South American inventions:

  1. First try at the color television
  2. Ochoaplane, a folding wing airplane
  3. Acceleglove, a glove that can translate sign language into speech
  4. Rocket belt
  5. Air-pressure powered driver for pneumatic ventricular assist device
  6. A method for preforming cable for promoting adhesion to overmolded sensor body for Delphi Technologies Inc
  7. Contraceptive pill
  8. The pen
  9. Discovering mosquitos are cure to yellow fever
  10. One of the world’s earliest submarines
  11. Photographs

Chinese inventions:

  1. Silk fabric
  2. Ink
  3. Irrigation canals
  4. The kite
  5. Poetry
  6. Domestication of rice
  7. Umbrella
  8. Handheld crossbow
  9. Paper
  10. Wheelbarrow
  11. Seismoscope
  12. Abacus
  13. Toilet paper
  14. Porcelain
  15. Gunpowder
  16. Flamethrower
  17. Magnetic compass
  18. Circulation of paper currency (paper money)
  19. Land mines

Sumerian inventions:

  1. First written language
  2. The wheel

Babylonian invention:

  1. Soap

Mesopotamian inventions:

  1. Parasol
  2. Map making
  3. Discovery of alcohol

Middle Eastern inventions (prehistoric):

  1. Food supply
  2. Domestication of the cat and cattle

Judea:

  1. Weaving

Southeast Asian invention (prehistoric):

  1. Domestication of chicken

Syrian invention:

  1. The mirror

Persian inventions:

  1. Ice cream
  2. Windmill
  3. Vertical sails

Indian inventions:

  1. Modern numbering system (also in Arabia)
  2. Chess

Korea

  1. Metal movable type
  2. Ironclad “turtleboat”

Filipino inventions:

  1. Karaoke
  2. Medical incubator
  3. Moon buggy
  4. Erythromycin
  5. Yoyo
  6. Video phone
  7. Computer microchips
  8. Isolated rice breeds
  9. Drug detection
  10. Jeepney (Jeeps)
  11. Patis

Native American inventions:

  1. Maple syrup
  2. Hammock
  3. Lacrosse

Inuit inventions:

  1. Kayak
  2. Parka
  3. Toboggan

Yall enslave anything that’s not white. Who the flying fuck am I suppose to have respect for?

You dont have respect for us then leave. Stop using your computer get off your fucking phone put you native african clothing on and walk (yes do not use any form of transportation) your ass back to the jungle.

White Inventions

  1. That computer you’re typing on
  2. The software that drives your computer
  3. The Internet & nearly all web applications
  4. Recorded music
  5. Motion picture
  6. TV
  7. Radio
  8. Camera
  9. Telephone
  10. Automobile
  11. Rocketry (modern)
  12. Satellite
  13. Spacecraft
  14. Airplane
  15. Skyscraper
  16. Telescope
  17. Printing press
  18. Eyeglasses
  19. Contact lenses
  20. Microwave oven
  21. Metallurgy (most discoveries and methods)
  22. Materials science (plastics, compounds, & most other synthetics)
  23. 95% of medical advancements
  24. - 95% of life saving pharmaceutical drugs
  25. - Modern food preservatives
  26. - Most scientific breakthroughs over the past 1000 years
  27. - The bulk of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
  28. - Astronomy (most discoveries and mapping techniques)
  29. - Sea navigation (most advancements)
  30. - Discovery of DNA
  31. - Genetics (most research)
  32. - Laser technology and its myriad of uses
  33. - Harnessing electricity
  34. - Nuclear energy
  35. - Wireless technology
  36. - Air conditioning devices
  37. - Refrigeration
  38. - Modern agricultural techniques
  39. - Modern democracy
  40. - Calculators 
  41. - Diesel engines 
  42. - Internal combustion engines 
  43. - Adhesive Duct Tape steam engine 
  44. sewing machine 
  45. ALMANAC: Earliest versions in ancient Greece/Babylon; more modern versions occurred in succession starting in the Middle Ages in Europe. 
  46. AIR CONDITIONING UNIT: Willis Carrier, 1902 
  47. AUTO FISHING DEVICE: In use in the US by the mid-1800s. 
  48. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION: Earliest example in Germany; in the US, the Sturtevant brothers had the 1st design for an automatic transmission in 1904. 
  49. BABY BUGGY: William Kent, 1733. 
  50. BICYCLE/BICYCLE FRAME: Kirkpatrick MacMillan, 1839. 
  51. BISCUIT CUTTER: Used for thousands of years by ancient cultures. 
  52. CELLULAR PHONE: Martin Cooper, 1973. 
  53. CHAMBER COMMODE: Used in Europe well before the 1800s. 
  54. CHESS: Originated in northwest India (Indians are Caucasians). 
  55. CLOTHES DRYER: M. Pochon, 1800; electric version by Brooks Stevens in 1940s. 
  56. DOOR KNOB: Used 1st in 1700s, well before patent by Dorsey. 
  57. DUSTPAN: Lon Cheney Jr., 1858. 
  58. EGG BEATER: Turner Williams, 1870 
  59. ELECTRIC BULB: Joseph Swan and Thomas Edison, 1879 
  60. ELEVATOR: Henry Waterman, 1850 and Elisha Otis, 1852 
  61. FIBER OPTICS: Daniel Colladon and Jacques Babinet in Paris, 1840s. 
  62. FIRE ESCAPE: Daniel Maseres, 1784. 
  63. FIRE EXTINGUISHER: Ambrose Godfrey, 1723. 
  64. FOLDING BED: William Murphy, 1900. 
  65. FOLDING CHAIR: Used in ancient Rome, Greece, Egypt. 
  66. FOUNTAIN PEN: 1st example in Middle East; thereafter improved upon in Europe. 
  67. GAS MASK: Lewis Phectic Haslett, 1849. 
  68. GOLF TEE: Percy Ellis, 1892. 
  69. GUITAR: Descended from ancient instruments; 1st incarnation used in Renaissance. 
  70. HAIR BRUSH: Used in Britain before the 1800s. 
  71. HAND STAMP: William Dockwra and Robert Murray, 1680. 
  72. HORSESHOE: Used in Europe since the early Middle Ages. 
  73. INSECT DESTROYER GUN: Invented in 1923 by Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, patented as the ‘flit’ gun. 
  74. IMPROV: Performed in Italy from the 16th century. 
  75. IRONING BOARD: W. Vandenburg and J. Harvery, 1858. 
  76. KEY CHAIN: Use of keys goes back thousands of years; key chains have been used for hundreds of years as use of keys became widespread. 
  77. LANTERN: Earliest varieties go back hundreds of years to European and Chinese inventors. 
  78. LAWN MOWER: Edwin Budding, 1827. 
  79. LAWN SPRINKLER: J. Lessler, 1871. 
  80. LEMON SQUEEZER: Used 1st in Turkey in early 1700s. 
  81. LOCK: Used 1st 4000 years ago in Assyria. 
  82. LUBRICANT: Used by the Romans thousands of years ago. 
  83. LUNCH PAIL: Earliest examples in early 1800s US; Leo May invented the aluminum variety in 1954. 
  84. MAIL BOX: 1st mail boxes installed in Paris in 1653; mail slots 1st widely used in Paris/England in mid 1800s. 
  85. MOP: Jacob Howe, 1837 
  86. MOTOR: James Watts, 1763; de Rivaz, 1807; Karl Benz, 1896 (all white males). 
  87. PEANUT BUTTER: Peanut butter was invented and reinvented many times during history. Peanuts were known as early as 950 B.C.; According to the Corn Products Company, Dr. Ambrose Straub of St. Louis patented a peanut butter-making machine in 1903 and some unknown doctor invented peanut butter in 1890. 
  88. PENCIL SHARPENER: Bernard Lassimone, 1828. 
  89. PHONE TRANSMITTER: Heinrich Hertz, 1887. 
  90. RECORD PLAYER and RECORD PLAYER ARM: Thomas Edison, 1877. 
  91. REFRIGERATOR: William Cullen, 1748; Oliver Evans, 1805 (both white males). 
  92. RIDING SADDLE: Used in England in the 1700s. 
  93. ROCK AND ROLL: Has its roots in a merge between early white and black musical forms, but the modern version ‘Rock’ had predominantly white performers and innovators. 
  94. ROLLING PIN: Used 1st by the Etruscans in the 9th century B.C. 
  95. SPARK PLUG: Etienne Lenoir, 1860. 
  96. STRAIGHTENING COMB: Invented in France prior to patent by CJ Walker. 
  97. STETHOSCOPE: Rene Laennec, 1816. 
  98. STOVE: Used thousands of years ago 1st in Asia, then in Europe. 
  99. STREET SWEEPER: C.S. Bishop, 1849. 
  100. HERMOSTAT: Warren Johnson, 1883. 
  101. TRAFFIC LIGHT: J.P. Knight, 1868; Lester Wire, 1912 (both white males). 
  102. TRICYCLE: Invented in Germany in 1680 and improved in France in 1789 by Blanchard/Maguier. 
  103. TYPEWRITER: 1st patent in Britain: Henry Mill, 1714. 
  104. GLASSES
  105. CLOCKS
  106. FLUSH TOILET
  107. LENSES (MICROSCOPE & TELESCOPE)
  108. PRINTING PRESS
  109. SUBMARINE
  110. WALLPAPER
  111. HOURGLASS
  112. TIDAL MILLS
  113. BLAST FURNACE
  114. LIQUOR
  115. SPINNING WHEEL
  116. QUARANTINE
  117. CONCRETE
  118. PHILIOSOPHY
  119. LAW AND CIVIL ADMINISTRATION
  120. ROADS
  121. BRIDGES
  122. THROAT-AND-GIRTH HARNESS (FOR HORSES)
  123. PADDED HORSE COLLAR
  124. IRON SHOE
  125. THREE FIELD CROP ROTATION
  126. UNIVERSITY (OR COLLEGE)
  127. WATER POWER
  128. IRON FORGES
  129. WINDMILLS
  130. THE CRANK
  131. RUBIKS CUBE
  132. CASSETTE TAPES
  133. PORTABLE DEFIBRILILATOR
  134. FIBRE OPTIC COMMUNICATION
  135. C-LEG
  136. DOLLY THE CLONED SHEEP
  137. CATALYTIC CONVERTER
  138. BIC DISPOSABLE LIGHTER
  139. CONCORDE
  140. CARBON FIBRE
  141. LED 1
  142. ARTIFICIAL CARDIO PACEMAKER
  143. X-RAY COMPUTED TECHNOLOGY
  144. BLUETOOTH
  145. CAMERA PHONE PHOTO SHARING
  146. VELCRO
  147. THE WORLD WIDE WEB
  148. THREE-POINT SEATBELT
  149. SMARTCARD/CHIP CARD
  150. FOOD PROCESSOR

SOURCES:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_English_inventions_and_discoveries

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/france.shtml

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/brit.shtml

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/germany.shtml

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/greece.shtml

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/italy.shtml

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/inventors/scan.shtml

http://www.lordsandladies.org/inventions-in-the-middle-ages.htm

http://www.europeanceo.com/home/featured/2014/01/special-report-20-groundbreaking-european-inventions-since-wwii/

Europe

Austria-Hungary

  • Remote control

Belgium

  • Newspaper
  • Saxophone

Czech Republic

  • Soft contact lenses

France

  • Adding machine
  • Pressure cooker
  • Hot air balloon
  • Parachute
  • Submarine
  • Ambulance service
  • Photography
  • Airship
  • Helicopter
  • Animation
  • Cinema

Germany

  • Printing press
  • Newspaper
  • Clarinet
  • Pocket watch
  • Automated calculator
  • Light bulb
  • Microphone
  • TV
  • Petrol/gasoline & Diesel engines
  • Automobile (+engine, differential gear…)
  • Parachute (bagged)
  • Motorcycle
  • Jet engine
  • LCD screen
  • Walkman

Italy

  • Glasses
  • Viol and cello
  • Mechanical clock
  • Violin
  • Thermometer
  • Barometer
  • Piano
  • Telephone
  • Radio

Netherlands

  • Microscope
  • Telescope
  • Pendulum clock
  • Mercury thermometer
  • Audio tape
  • Video tape
  • CD
  • CD-ROM

Russia

  • Parachute (knapsack)
  • Tramway (electric)
  • Radio (receiver)
  • Tube TV
  • Helicopter

Sweden

  • Astronomical lenses
  • Dynamite

Switerland

  • Comic strips
  • Wrist watch

United Kingdom

  • Postage stamp
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Magazine
  • Steam engine
  • Refrigerator
  • Gas turbine
  • Light bulb
  • Locomotive
  • Railway
  • Lawn mower
  • Gas stove/cooker
  • Negative & colour photography
  • Metro/Subway
  • Radio
  • Loudspeaker
  • Jet engine
  • Video Games

MOST OF WHAT WE USE TODAY WERE INVENTED BY WHITE PEOPLE.

  • GET OVER IT, AND GET ON WITH YOUR LIFE.

We could keep going really. The amount of inventions and achievments we have is very high.

Who’s gonna tell him

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Kim Kardashian on the red carpet at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on August 24, 2014 in Inglewood, California

Kim Kardashian on the red carpet at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on August 24, 2014 in Inglewood, California

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