Topic: So I've done some research and it turns out that there is no clan Akins
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http://i.imgur.com/X3Ngw5k.jpg


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­My politics are not popular with those who control politics in Scotland and elsewhere.

Going against the Jewish agenda ensures that you don't get what you set your sights on.

No Steve. You were denied because you were a coonskin cap wearing hillbilly trying to pass yourself off as the chieftain of a non-existent clan and used fraudulent means to achieve your goal. You're not as smart as you think.

­Coonskin cap? Really?

I'd like to see where you got that notion.


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Akins said:
­Coonskin cap? Really?

I'd like to see where you got that notion.

I prefer wearing smelly possums.


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Akins said:
­Coonskin cap? Really?

I'd like to see where you got that notion.

I'm being facetious you moron. I commenting on the fact that you're a backwoods hillbilly trying to portray yourself as a Scottish chieftain despite the fact that you've probably never even been to Scotland.


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:lmao:


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 Akins said:
­Coonskin cap? Really?

I'd like to see where you got that notion.

I'm being facetious you moron. I commenting on the fact that you're a backwoods hillbilly trying to portray yourself as a Scottish chieftain despite the fact that you've probably never even been to Scotland.

­Not sure if it has slipped your attention or what, but hillbillies are Scots. Both the terms "hillbilly" and "rednecks" originally referred specifically to Scots in North America.


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Akins said:
­Not sure if it has slipped your attention or what, but hillbillies are Scots. Both the terms "hillbilly" and "rednecks" originally referred specifically to Scots in North America.

Do you fuck your sister?


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Akins said:
­Not sure if it has slipped your attention or what, but hillbillies are Scots. Both the terms "hillbilly" and "rednecks" originally referred specifically to Scots in North America.

Do you fuck your sister?

­I don't have any siblings.


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Akins said:
­Not sure if it has slipped your attention or what, but hillbillies are Scots. Both the terms "hillbilly" and "rednecks" originally referred specifically to Scots in North America.

No one thinks of hillbillies or rednecks as Scots. We think of them as losers, which is coincidently what you are. Your clan doesn't exist. Sorry.


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Akins said:
­Not sure if it has slipped your attention or what, but hillbillies are Scots. Both the terms "hillbilly" and "rednecks" originally referred specifically to Scots in North America.

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Redshanks =/= rednecks


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No one thinks of hillbillies or rednecks as Scots. We think of them as losers, which is coincidently what you are. Your clan doesn't exist. Sorry.

Real rednecks and hillbillies have a work ethic; Akins doesn't.


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No one thinks of hillbillies or rednecks as Scots. We think of them as losers, which is coincidently what you are. Your clan doesn't exist. Sorry.

­http://www.scotshistoryonline.co.uk/rednecks/rednecks.html

HILLBILLY (Hillbillies)

The origin of this American nickname for mountain folk in the Ozarks and in Appalachia comes from Ulster. Ulster-Scottish settlers in the hill-country of Appalachia brought their traditional music with them to the new world, and many of their songs and ballads dealt with William, Prince of Orange, who defeated the Catholic King James II of the Stuart family at the Battle of the Boyne, Ireland in 1690. Supporters of King William were known as “Orangemen” and "Billy Boys" and their North American counterparts were soon referred to as "hillbillies".

REDNECKS

The origins of this term Redneck are Scottish and refer to supporters of the National Covenant and The Solemn League and Covenant, or "Covenanters", largely Lowland Presbyterians, many of whom would flee Scotland for Ulster (Northern Ireland) during persecutions by the British Crown. The Covenanters of 1638 and 1641 signed the documents that stated that Scotland desired the Presbyterian form of church government and would not accept the Church of England as its official state church.

Many Covenanters signed in their own blood and wore red pieces of cloth around their necks as distinctive insignia; hence the term "Red neck", (rednecks) which became slang for a Scottish dissenter*. Since many Ulster-Scottish settlers in America (especially the South) were Presbyterian, the term was applied to them, and then, later, their Southern descendants. One of the earliest examples of its use comes from 1830, when an author noted that "red-neck" was a "name bestowed upon the Presbyterians."


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Sorry Steve, the terms are used in the USA  to refer to white trash, not Scots. You are not Scottish, Lord Lyon Agrees.


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The United Mine Workers of America (UMW) and rival miners' unions appropriated both the term redneck and its literal manifestation, the red bandana, in order to build multiracial unions of white, black, and immigrant miners in the strike-ridden coalfields of northern and central Appalachia between 1912 and 1936. The origin of redneck to mean "a union man" or "a striker" remains uncertain, but according to linguist David W. Maurer, the former definition of the word probably dates at least to the 1910s, if not earlier. The use of redneck to designate "a union member" was especially popular during the 1920s and 1930s in the coal-producing regions of southern West Virginia, eastern Kentucky, and western Pennsylvania, where the word came to be specifically applied to a miner who belonged to a union.

The term can be found throughout McAllister Coleman and Stephen Raushenbush's 1936 socialist proletarian novel, Red Neck, which recounts the story of a charismatic union member who says to his girl, "I'm not much to be proud of. I'm just a red necked miner like the rest."
The earliest printed uses of the word red-neck in a coal-mining context date from the 1912-1913 Paint and Cabin Creeks strike in southern West Virginia and from the 1913-1914 Trinidad District strike in southern Colorado. According to folklorist George Korson, non-union miners derisively called strikers "rednecks" in the Appalachian coalfields. The word refers to the red handkerchiefs that striking union coal miners in both southern West Virginia and southern Colorado often wore around their necks or arms as a part of their informal uniform.


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. said: Sorry Steve, the terms are used in the USA  to refer to white trash, not Scots. You are not Scottish, Lord Lyon Agrees­

Sounds more to me like you are interested in perpetuating Jew-manufactured anti-White stereotypes and you are mad that I don't conform to the stereotypes that you wish to perpetuate.


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. said: The United Mine Workers of America (UMW) and rival miners' unions appropriated both the term redneck and its literal manifestation, the red bandana, in order to build multiracial unions of white, black, and immigrant miners in the strike-ridden coalfields of northern and central Appalachia between 1912 and 1936. The origin of redneck to mean "a union man" or "a striker" remains uncertain, but according to linguist David W. Maurer, the former definition of the word probably dates at least to the 1910s, if not earlier. The use of redneck to designate "a union member" was especially popular during the 1920s and 1930s in the coal-producing regions of southern West Virginia, eastern Kentucky, and western Pennsylvania, where the word came to be specifically applied to a miner who belonged to a union.

The term can be found throughout McAllister Coleman and Stephen Raushenbush's 1936 socialist proletarian novel, Red Neck, which recounts the story of a charismatic union member who says to his girl, "I'm not much to be proud of. I'm just a red necked miner like the rest."
The earliest printed uses of the word red-neck in a coal-mining context date from the 1912-1913 Paint and Cabin Creeks strike in southern West Virginia and from the 1913-1914 Trinidad District strike in southern Colorado. According to folklorist George Korson, non-union miners derisively called strikers "rednecks" in the Appalachian coalfields. The word refers to the red handkerchiefs that striking union coal miners in both southern West Virginia and southern Colorado often wore around their necks or arms as a part of their informal uniform.

­The use of the term predates the early 20th century references to striking coal miners in West Virginia:

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"attested 1830 in a specialized sense ("This may be ascribed to the Red Necks, a name bestowed upon the Presbyterians in Fayetteville" -- Ann Royall, "Southern Tour I," p.148)."

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=redneck


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Akins' life:  http://www.countryhumor.com/redneck/mightbe.htm


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Akins said:
­The use of the term predates the early 20th centuret references to striking coal miners in West Virginia:

Quote:

"attested 1830 in a specialized sense ("This may be ascribed to the Red Necks, a name bestowed upon the Presbyterians in Fayetteville" -- Ann Royall, "Southern Tour I," p.148)."

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=redneck

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You're the dumbest motherfucker I've ever seen.


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­The use of the term predates the early 20th centuret references to striking coal miners in West Virginia:

Quote:

"attested 1830 in a specialized sense ("This may be ascribed to the Red Necks, a name bestowed upon the Presbyterians in Fayetteville" -- Ann Royall, "Southern Tour I," p.148)."

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=redneck

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You're the dumbest motherfucker I've ever seen.

­Are you going to argue with the dictionary?


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:lol:


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. said: Sorry Steve, the terms are used in the USA  to refer to white trash, not Scots. You are not Scottish, Lord Lyon Agrees.

The term "White-trash", by the way, refers to a particular class of landless poor Whites of the sharecropper class who were considered "trash" because they indiscriminately mixed with non-whites such as Native American Indians, blacks, mulattoes, and melungeons.

My family have always been land-owners, were never share-croppers, and never mixed with non-whites.


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Akins said:
The term "White-trash", by the way, refers to a particular class of landless poor Whites of the sharecropper class who were considered "trash" because they indiscriminately mixed with non-whites such as Native American Indians, blacks, mulattoes, and melungeons.

My family have always been land-owners, were never share-croppers, and never mixed with non-whites.

You own 6/10ths of an acre and your daughter burns coal.


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Akins said:
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Akins said:
­The use of the term predates the early 20th centuret references to striking coal miners in West Virginia:

Quote:

"attested 1830 in a specialized sense ("This may be ascribed to the Red Necks, a name bestowed upon the Presbyterians in Fayetteville" -- Ann Royall, "Southern Tour I," p.148)."

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=redneck

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You're the dumbest motherfucker I've ever seen.

­Are you going to argue with the dictionary?

­
Don't you have a skirt wearing convention to go to?


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Akins said:
The term "White-trash", by the way, refers to a particular class of landless poor Whites of the sharecropper class who were considered "trash" because they indiscriminately mixed with non-whites such as Native American Indians, blacks, mulattoes, and melungeons.

My family have always been land-owners, were never share-croppers, and never mixed with non-whites.

You own 6/10ths of an acre and your daughter burns coal.

­My daughter has never had anything to do with blacks.


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Akins said:
­My daughter has never had anything to do with blacks.

That you know of.............



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