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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocko View Post
    The connection of Mongols to asiatic people is just a trick to steal and hide our history.

    The mongols in Mongolia do not know a Dschinghis Khan in their lore nor their history. they got this from the outside hundred years or so ago. The statue in Ulan Bator of Dschinghis Khan still shows a men with a full beard, something asian do not have, if they have a beard it is mostly flimsy.

    The Aryan moghuls used support troops with asian people but at the core it was white. In our history they turn it the other way around and say Mongols were asian in nature but had white support troops.

    From Marco Polo's reports we also know that the Moghuls controlled China, then called Khatay. The pictures in the above post shows Tocharians who most likely initiated the culture which we now know as chinese.

    The false history uses the similarity of names between mongols and Moghuls.

    another remnant of white people ruling the area at the today's border russia/china is the mummy of Princessa Ukoka, belonging to the Skyth.

    http://www.archaeologyinmarlow.org.u...the-ice-mummy/
    I'm trying to find the source but I remember reading of a few ancient chinese and mongolian legends that claimed the early rulers were tall and red haired. They were believed to just be myth until these tocharian and other mummies were found in Asia, lending them more credence. I heard that the Chinese government attempted to conceal them because it was a threat to their nationalism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocko View Post
    The mongols in Mongolia do not know a Dschinghis Khan in their lore nor their history. they got this from the outside hundred years or so ago. The statue in Ulan Bator of Dschinghis Khan still shows a men with a full beard, something asian do not have, if they have a beard it is mostly flimsy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocko View Post
    The Aryan moghuls used support troops with asian people but at the core it was white. In our history they turn it the other way around and say Mongols were asian in nature but had white support troops.
    There is most certainly an Indo-European or racially European element to Mongols and other Central Asian people (Uighurs, etc.) due to the presence of people like the Scythians, Tocharians, etc. in those areas and these elements survive strongly to this day in certain Mongol groups (Oirats, etc.), but I sincerely doubt the entire core of the Mongols were completely Caucasoid/Europid.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ocko View Post
    From Marco Polo's reports we also know that the Moghuls controlled China, then called Khatay. The pictures in the above post shows Tocharians who most likely initiated the culture which we now know as chinese.
    It seems that there may have been influences of the Tocharians on early Chinese civilization (technological introductions, possible spiritual transmission of Aryan spirituality into Daoism, and much later certain transmission of Buddhism into China via the Tocharians, etc.) but Chinese culture predates their interaction with the Tocharians and hence the latter certainly weren't the initiators or origin of Chinese culture, especially since all the core cultural figures (Confucius, Laozi, etc.) were Chinese.

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    There was most certainly a western (in this context, IE) influence upon early China as seen on the one hand in technology such as chariots and, on the other hand, examples of pre-Buddhist religious and other terminology that are clearly borrowings. See shuma (=soma), *tees (=*dyaus) etc.


    On the whole though China resisted 'Aryanisation' very well whereas neighbouring Japan has far deeper influence from the steppes.

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    The slavianic aryan Veda reports that China was Aryan, then asiatic people moved in and took over. There has been a big war between China and the Aryan Empire about 7,000 years ago. The Aryans won and made a peace treaty with Chinese invaders. (the old calenders an historical events in Russia showed the year counting from that event)

    A lasting symbol is the hero who fights the dragon (symbol of China), Like St. Georg killing the Dragon with a lance.

    Later on the chinese wall was built by the Aryan empire to contain chinese people in China (another reversal of history). The defense structures on the wall facing China, not the other way around. Which proofs that the wall was against the chinese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocko View Post
    The slavianic aryan Veda reports that China was Aryan, then asiatic people moved in and took over.
    Sure...

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