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 South east asian aryans now fearing white aryans in US
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Posted on 03-06-17 12:15 PM     [Snapshot: 318]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Bhuja,
You are mistaken and your attitude sucks.

Actually the so called whites are not pure Aryans. A group of Aryans migrated to the cold European Area more than 20,000 years ago and mated with the Neanderthals. The current so called "Caucasians" have approx. 2% Neanderthal gene.

Also did you know that Buddha was an Aryan. And you are advising others to be compassionate like Buddha and same time you are speaking unkindly towards what you identify as others. I guess you are mongoloid.

I will pray to God and you recognize that there are outer differences and inside we are all the same. That is what Buddha taught, that is what Yoga says.
 
Posted on 03-07-17 9:21 AM     [Snapshot: 782]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I called you poor soul and you proved it once again. You are a poor soul because you are happy when someone is suffering and if you are a true Buddhist then you would never do that because Buddha never taught to hate anyone not even to your fierce enemy. Only those poor souls who never get satisfied in life on their own are looking for a crazy reason like yours to feel satisfied.
In a situation like this when our country is going through this critical transitional period, it is the responsibility of an educated people like yourself to educate the community about the importance of unity and how political leaders can take advantage by playing this racism card for their vested political and personal interest. If you can't think critically to any political scenario and just follow some ideas of corrupted political leaders and arouse people from your community then you are cultivating these hate ideas inside your community, then the winner will be those corrupted politicians who have been using the same old formula to divide and rule. And this is not only to you but to everyone who is not using their critical analysis to the idea given by political leaders and follow them blindly.


 
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Bhuja

First, know the difference between South Asia and South East Asia and preach. End of story. I dared not go through the whole of your post as it was laughable. But, I have some response. Arya is not a race. The Indologists stole the idea of Arya from India just to dismiss the philosophical supremacy of Indians/ South Asians. Hitler stole the same idea to look Germans superior to Brits and other Europeans. Scientific studies of Indus Valley Civilization has already ended the debate over Max Muller's Aryan Invasion Theory based on mere assumptions. IVC was aboriginal to South Asia/NW frontier of present-day Indian sub- continent. I agree, the term Arya has taken a whole new meaning. From that perspective, I may be considered as an Arya (based upon culture, rituals, facts, traditions, affinity to Sanskrit etc). So is a redneck (Nazi and white propaganda). Now, let's talk about Buddha. Buddha was not a Tharu. It was a propoganda by a tharu leader few years back. Tharu came to Nepal from Thar desert of Rajsthan and mingled with some mongoloid tribe. They are nomads of Thar. Just compare their outfits/ornaments. Buddha was a Kshatriya, a Sainthwar Rajput, an Arya, of Shakya clan. He was not a mongoloid. Nepali Shakyas have mongoloid admixture as a result of cross marriage with Tibetans. A result of religious and mercantile exchanges between Kathmandu and Tibet. Have a look at an Indian Shakya, Aashis Shakya, of All India Backchod


Have you heard of avalokiteswora mantra of Buddhism? The first two lines would convince you of Buddha being an Arya.

And, IDGAF if Buddha was born in Nepal or India. I consider myself a newbie proponent of Mahayan Buddhism, alongside being a liberal Hindu.

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Too much contradiction, huh? What am I? An ignorant or knowledgeable? You seem perplexed. Like you are perplexed about South Asia and SE asia. Just look at your topic of OP. Are you sure you know the difference between SAARC and ASEAN?

Buddha was of an "arya" race. No doubt about that at all, And, you don't have to time travel to his era to know that. Just read the history of early Buddhism. Who were early Bhikkhus that spread Buddhism? Kshatriya princes of many royal houses of Bharat Barsa, mainly nowadays mainland India. I am not talking about SE asian countries. [BTW I am aware of the fact of hindu rule in Cambodia, Thai, Indonesia, etc.]

Buddhism started flourishing from Magadh, present day Patna, ruled by Nand dynasty. Almost all Kshatriya houses around that time and after followed Buddhism. It was almost communal. Be it Gupta, Maurya, Sen, Pala, Kushan etc.The abolition of Nanda Dynasty has to do with clash between Buddhism and Ajivika (then a branch of Brahmanical school of Hinduism). Nanda kings decreed his subjects to provide alms only to buddhist Bhikkus, mostly the Kshatriya Kumaras, and not to brahmans. The main reason Chanakya abolished the Nanda rule from Magadh was flourishing of Buddhism. (Then Nepal also helped Chanakya and Chandragupta to dethrone Nanda king. That means Nepal did not have buddhism, else Nepal would not go against Magadh. Nepal then was allegedly and mythically ruled by Kiratas) There was clash between Kshatriyas and Brahmans (Hindus). No offense, but I am highly skeptic Tharus would be regarded Kshatriya then. By any means. Seriously. Even Khas became Kshatriya only in the 16th century. Tharus also live in Uttaranchal region of India. Just read what Tharus are called there. Buddha was a Bihari Kshatriya, in present day context. Bihar was the center of the world, academically and intellectually around and after the time of Buddha. Nalanda? Does bell ring. You need not be a genius to understand or make an educated guess that Buddha was not a tharu.

Mahavira was also a Kshatriya prince of present day Bihar, who was in the footsteps of another kshatriya prince Buddha. Are you also going to say Mahavira was also a tharu?

And, I hope next time you keep a healthy discussion. No personal attack.
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Caste system is not hinduism, it's the cultural thing who misinterpreted the division of labor hinduism talks to gain specialization in a subject matter. Hinduism always talked about equal treatment to all as all living and even non living beings are the manifestation of god. Some converted Christians and even new Muslims who were hindu brought the Caste system in their new reljguon. It's a dirty superiority complex of human minds, not hinduism.
 
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The deepest shit hole in the world is Hindustan (India) and its cultural colony Nepal ( its urban areas ) by virtue of the Hindu religion. Slumdog Millionaire was an incredibly articulate movie which of course rightly deserved the best picture Oscar. Not surprisingly, Bollywood figures and their media despised the Hollywood movie that was able to conjure up a cogent story right from the trash and feces-laden backyards of Mumbai slums. The state affairs, legislature, and politics are all tied to Hinduism. Poverty, ignorance, over-population, sub-human living conditions, rampant corruption from top to bottom etc will further worsen the state of these countries when forced migration will unfold due to global warming. Even the common people are full of shit and are always looking for their own personal short-term benefits at the expense of the greater good. Stupid, ignorant, and religious zealot feed the corrupt culture.
Going for blame-games is not the answer. It is rather by accepting facts, diagnosing the root cause of problems, and seeking solutions to manage and solve them together. Only then we can be on a path to better future.

Witness the logic and reasoning of an appointed spokesperson of the institutionalized fundamentalist Hindu organization called Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1W-oXZ_31U
The quality of debate from the RSS side in the video will ensure that the status quo will remain intact - i.e. shit-hole-ness.

 
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Bhuja
You are stretching it too far. ARe you playing race card now? Where did I show my "ethnocentric feeling"? Nowhere did I say one race/ethnicity is superior to the other. I just pointed out the facts about buddha which are in historical accord. It is you who is having problems to accept buddha being a kshatriya guy. Truth is truth.

BTW, what was your original post intended for? Are you happy about the situation that all the brown people of the sub-continent are going to face potentially hard time here in the US? At least I get that inkling from your post. So, who is with ethnocentric feeling, you or I? Don't worry mate, it's just a matter of time. Don't be jovial unless you are white. For those rednecks all non-whites are the same, whether you are brown or chink. They despise equally.

PEace!
 
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Bhuja,
The election results already proved how united we are here in US.
 
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You said winning is unified ? Sounds you were a hard core supporter of Prachand while you were in Nepal. 
I found those who were descendent of panchayat party, past and cuttrrentb corrupt officials and politician children are hard core supporter of Trump. You know that he may be impeached ? 
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It's worthless to argue with someone who does not understand Sarcasm.
 


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