Wariat 2 | 12 10 Dec 2013 #1Anyone beside me started embracing this term to differentiate ourselves from American whites? I felt so secluded, so different, so unwanted growing up here in a california and so at home so happy and free everytime I visited my land I was raised in (however now I have no one left there to go back to) that to me being called a Pollock or Pollack is a sign of pride. It is a sign I don't and never will belong in white America but come from a warrior culture and the streets. Anyone feel the same? I think everyone needs to be around their own people. Look at the Achinese and achinatowns they create or cities they fill up, look at mexicans, blacks, etc. everyone needs to be around their own people to feel whole and confident just like my polacy. I think I already told you guys my story of how the first thing ai did when ai came back from apoland one year when ai was in high school was to fight this Cuban bully who kept harassing me and ai did nothing until I touched apoland and came back.