I have been noticing that every time I use the word A-r-y-a-n it would
change to White. Offer the words are used interchangeability, but
there are cases where the word can be use as a division of the White
race, which appears to be divided into four groups--the A-r-y-a-n-s,
the Iberians (for lack of a better word, also called old European type
found mostly in area that were conquered by Celts and Latins including
the British Isles <a href="http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/07/0719_050719_britishgene.html" target="_blank">
</a> ), the Uralics ( more precisely the Finno-Ugric),
and the Semitics (who very few appear today to still be White by White
Racial nationalist definition). All four groups, likely, broke off from
the same group far back in history. Since the first
three groups the A-r-y-a-n-s, the Iberians, and the Finno-Ugric are
varying degrees mixed with each other and it appears that all have
varying degrees of A-r-y-a-n blood, we often use that tribe’s name to
describe the whole race.
Also, the changes do not show up in preview only
after it is posted. If you write about a group of Whites
not being or at least starting out as not starting out as A-r-y-a-n-s,
it can completely change the meaning of the statement, or a at the very
least make it very confusing.
Sorry to have to mention the problem.
The A-R-Y-A-N-S were a tribe that most believe to be from
the Ural mountains I think. I don't know what their relationship
to the Kurgans was. There were several European tribes other than
the whites</span> such as the Danubians that intermarried and created the
European races known today I think. Yep, it does do that.
Edited by: KELLEN
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