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    What is the Difference Between Persian and Iranian?

    What is the difference Between Persian and Iranian?

    Iranians claim Persian and Iranian are the same people. That is entirely wrong. Persians and Iranians are entirely different people. I will explain the difference between the two.

    Persians are not a homogenous group and Persian is not a race. Natives of Iran have different origin. In anthropology Persians are defined as either Cromagnid with native origin or Nordic with Aryan origin (Iran: %35 Persian).

    Iranians are Azeri Turks. They are defined as dinaric alpine (Iran: 40% Azeri). Those two are entirely different people and belong to different subracial types.

    Due to propoganda by the regime all Iranians imagine they are Persians. That is not the case. Moreover the Persians and Iranians have entirely different cultures. Persian culture is related to ancient Persia, Central Asia and Afghanistan. Iranian Culture is related to Turks in Anatolia and Caucasus.

    Iranians


    Iranians


    Iranians pretending to be Persian


    Persian Zoarastrian


    Persian Bakhtiary


    Persian (Khorasan or Caspian region)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Norsken View Post
    What is the difference Between Persian and Iranian?

    Iranians claim Persian and Iranian are the same people. That is entirely wrong. Persians and Iranians are entirely different people. I will explain the difference between the two.

    Persians are not a homogenous group and Persian is not a race. Natives of Iran have different origin. In anthropology Persians are defined as either Cromagnid with native origin or Nordic with Aryan origin (Iran: %35 Persian).

    Iranians are Azeri Turks. They are defined as dinaric alpine (Iran: 40% Azeri). Those two are entirely different people and belong to different subracial types.

    Due to propoganda by the regime all Iranians imagine they are Persians. That is not the case. Moreover the Persians and Iranians have entirely different cultures. Persian culture is related to ancient Persia, Central Asia and Afghanistan. Iranian Culture is related to Turks in Anatolia and Caucasus.
    That doesn't make any sense. 'Iranian' is the easternmost extant branch of Indo-European languages, Persian is a sub-branch of it, it's a derivative of proto-ido-Iranian. There are no "Iranians", Persians are the native Farsi speakers of central Asia, those who form the majority in Iran are of Persian stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash Voyager View Post
    That doesn't make any sense. 'Iranian' is the easternmost extant branch of Indo-European languages, Persian is a sub-branch of it, it's a derivative of proto-ido-Iranian. There are no "Iranians", Persians are the native Farsi speakers of central Asia, those who form the majority in Iran are of Persian stock.
    Whatever "Iranian" is has no relevance here, I am talking on a different level. Iranian is a name adopted by Azeri Turks in 18 century from European books. It is name that they call themselves. Formally Iranian is supposed to mean citizens of Iran. There is no ethnicity in Iran called Iranian. But this is not how it is used. Iranian is just another name on Azeri Turks. The rest of the natives of Iran have their own names and none of them are called Iranians.

    Whatever Iranian is in the books does not matter, I am just refering to people who are called these names today in Iran.

    Azeri turks migrated to Iran in 14 century AD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norsken View Post
    Iranians pretending to be Persian

    I could have sworn thats a picture of Edward Norton pretending to be black.

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    They look allot like local mexican "gangsters".

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    The ethnic map of Iran. Most of the Tehran are Iranian/Azeri.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Norsken View Post
    The ethnic map of Iran. Most of the Tehran are Iranian/Azeri.

    Quote Originally Posted by Flash Voyager
    There are no "Iranians", Persians are the native Farsi speakers of central Asia, those who form the majority in Iran are of Persian stock.
    The map supports what I wrote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norsken View Post
    Whatever "Iranian" is has no relevance here,
    Yup, you got that right!

    Why the devil do you keep coming back? Nobody's interested! Do you think we made this forum so Persophiles could dissociate themselves from Azeris? Is that an important facet of Germanic Preservation?!?

    Do intelligent educated people who have an interest in ethnology even entertain the idiotic views you fight against? NO! GO AWAY!

    Thread closed, New Member 'Norsken' banned!
    Azeri turks migrated to Iran in 14 century AD.
    Azerbaijan takes its name from the province Atropania set up by Alexander the Great. Azeris thus couldn't migrate into it.

    Turks did migrate into the area, and are still there as Shahsavan, Afshar etc. When they first came, they would have resembled modern Turkmen:

    Now they don't. What happened? They mixed with the Europid locals.

    Goodbye.

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