seems to be a bullshit map
I've been to Central Italy and it doesn't seem to be darker than Southern Turkey. I have trouble believing that Southern Turks and a good chunk of Kurds are lighter than Italians from Lazio. Caucasians might be the same complexion - okay, but Southern Turkey - hell no
Light eyes are mutation though. Are we really going to be this degenerate and claim that people who do not have blue (or otherwise light) eyes are inferior? This is already a massive Hollywood cliche.
>>527096(OP) >Do Portugal and Spain have the same problem as France where people from their colonies are now colonising them?
In part. We had colonies in dark Africa,usually those take the low end jobs. Now we have an influx of brasilian mutts who are darker than the average Portuguese person.
But it is nowhere what is happening in France. And I know Paris....
So what? the whole world knows the balkans are one of the ugliest people in Europe. So you weren't saved by your supposed lightness. Who lusts for Albanians or Serbs? nobody. Your own people are wannabe Italians
I've noticed that light features are getting less and less common. People in my parents' generation (born early 1960s) overwhelmingly have blue/grey eyes and light hair. My own generation (memelennial) tends to have blue/green eyes and dark hair. But zoomers? Brown/hazel eyes and dark hair on most of them. Is it something in the water? Are we somehow reverting back to our Asiatic roots?
I think central Italy is at least on the same level of southern Italy, and i see no reason for a swarthier spanish area putside of andalusia and a lighter maghrebi area north of Kabyria, not to mention Turkey being lighter than Bulgaria
Is there even any data behind this or just randomly drawn lines?
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