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May. 2nd, 2016 02:29 pm (UTC)
*Snicker* Any skinheads who claim that Hitler and his hangers-on (a phrase which makes me think more of dingleberries than disciples, to be honest) were Norsemen in either their genetics or their beliefs are guilty of failing to learn their history. Hitler and the Reich claimed philosophical (and, in most cases, genetic) descent from the Aryans - this is fairly well known and widely acknowledged by present-day National Socialists of all nations. What few of them seem to realize is that Aryans are a specific racial group... of Indo-Iranian origin! Yes, it's true - Aryans were not in any way European in origin. In point of fact, ISIS are probably more Aryan, in general, than most self-professed Nazis.

Amusing thought, no?
May. 4th, 2016 05:20 am (UTC)
That's true. The Nazis seemed to be in a race to generate the screwiest theories on the planet to go with their viciously screwball attempted war of conquest against everybody (You know: Hitler (to a legion of his best soldiers: Mein soldaten, please jump over this two-mile high cliff</i>. The soldiers: Jawhol, mein fuhrer! They all salute, and, to a man, jump. It was about that freaky).

Anyway, any anthropologist worth his salt would confirm the Imdo-Iranian origin of the Aryans. Genghis Khan and other Mongols of his time were likely descendants of the same group, or another one like it; Mongols had faces of startling structure, white or near-white skin, and other traits that are the same of the same ones defining people of white European origin. It was an admixture ofx the Mongols and the Chinese through marriage and rape that gave the Mongols the Chinese traits that are seen in Chinese paintings and other artwork of the time. Interesting how that works. :-)
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