June 19, 2017
Sorry, Naveem, but you’re going to have to stop appropriating White culture now.
The third-world sewage-people who infest the West keep pestering us about how their feelings are hurt that we wear ethnic costumes on Halloween, or borrow words from their “culture.”
They call that “cultural appropriation.”
They do this, because placed before the Godlike powers of inventiveness of the White race, they feel insignificant and primitive – as they should.
Indeed, their quaint cultural heritage is all they got, so it’s understandable that they jealously guard it.
There’s just one problem: we invented that, too.
We wuz Hinduz. Except, in our case, it’s actually true.
The thorniest, most fought-over question in Indian history is slowly but surely getting answered: did Indo-European language speakers, who called themselves Aryans, stream into India sometime around 2,000 BC – 1,500 BC when the Indus Valley civilisation came to an end, bringing with them Sanskrit and a distinctive set of cultural practices? Genetic research based on an avalanche of new DNA evidence is making scientists around the world converge on an unambiguous answer: yes, they did.
This may come as a surprise to many — and a shock to some — because the dominant narrative in recent years has been that genetics research had thoroughly disproved the Aryan migration theory. This interpretation was always a bit of a stretch as anyone who read the nuanced scientific papers in the original knew. But now it has broken apart altogether under a flood of new data on Y-chromosomes (or chromosomes that are transmitted through the male parental line, from father to son).
Basically, the Aryan invasion theory is that hardcore Aryan chads who were a part of the “battle axe culture” of the time migrated to India and “culturally enriched” the dark skinned native Dravidians by fire and sword.
Artist’s rendition of the Aryan invasion.
In so doing, they basically founded Indian culture, religion and mythology.
Needless to say, Indians aren’t too excited about this idea.
Until recently, only data on mtDNA (or matrilineal DNA, transmitted only from mother to daughter) were available and that seemed to suggest there was little external infusion into the Indian gene pool over the last 12,500 years or so. New Y-DNA data has turned that conclusion upside down, with strong evidence of external infusion of genes into the Indian male lineage during the period in question.
The reason for the difference in mtDNA and Y-DNA data is obvious in hindsight: there was strong sex bias in Bronze Age migrations. In other words, those who migrated were predominantly male and, therefore, those gene flows do not really show up in the mtDNA data. On the other hand, they do show up in the Y-DNA data: specifically, about 17.5% of Indian male lineage has been found to belong to haplogroup R1a (haplogroups identify a single line of descent), which is today spread across Central Asia, Europe and South Asia. Pontic-Caspian Steppe is seen as the region from where R1a spread both west and east, splitting into different sub-branches along the way.
It’s believed that these Aryan invaders actually formed the first rendition of the thot patrol, going around stealing brown thots from their beta Dravidian cuckboys and imposing a brutal version of White sharia on the whole Indian subcontinent.
They literally ran around cutting off the noses of brown thots who gave them lip.
Unfortunately, this whole program ended up in massive race-mixing, which turned the whole Indian subcontinent into a mess of different shades of brown, divided into castes.
The “untouchables” are basically pure Dravidian, while the highest castes have the highest admixture of original Aryan blood.
But still. This story just goes to show that a little bit of White blood and a moderate application of White sharia can transform a mass of gross primitives into a semi-functional civilization, with a sophisticated religion and philosophy.
Actual pure native Dravidians. Indians keep getting trolled on 4chan for pooing in the street. But without the Aryans, they wouldn’t even have streets to poo in.