Originally Posted by Belsius
Yeah, but he is not indigenous.
And you cant really considere anybody in Europe or most places in the world indigenous because of the mix of races for thousands of years.
Of course you can consider people in europe indigenous. Not ones who've recently immigrated or who were brought in as indentured slaves and what not. But before there were "europeans". what were there? europe is about 1000 years old (maybe even 300), but your people and the people i come from have been there much longer, they just had another name for themselves. tribes mixing doesn't necessarily alter a person's given indigeneity.
North America is a different story. As is Africa.