Is it time for Asian Americans and Latino Americans to ask to be considered “white”? (d)

This is the next article in the series “Is it time for Asian Americans and Latino Americans to ask to be considered “white”, “Is it time for Asian Americans and Latino Americans to ask to be considered “white” (a)”,  Razib’s  “Hasan Minhaj’s Patriot Act on Affirmative Action“, “Is it time for Asian Americans and Latino Americans to ask to be considered “white” (b)” and “Is it time for Asian Americans and Latino Americans to ask to be considered “white” (c)”.

 

A middle eastern student shares how deeply offensive a condescending pretentious patronizing xenophobic post modernist baizuo caucasian is towards them. The baizuo caucasian tells the middle eastern student that he is a genie for solving a math problem and then apologizes for it afterwards, since after all the word “genie” comes from the middle east. Two phenomenons might be at play. One is baizuo. The other is anti muslim islamaphobia.

 

If this is coming from baizuo, this is a very old problem. It comes out of European imperialism in the 1700s and 1800s. The European intelligentsia tried to colonize the minds of their imperial colonial subjects with inferiority complex to damage their self confidence. Europeans also tried to deconstruct colonized peoples, causing them to be embarrassed by, hate and reject their ancient history, technology, science, product development, process innovation, civilization, culture, religion, spirituality, art, literature, institutions, ancestors and elders. Post modernism divided colonized peoples into many categories of oppressed and oppressors (mostly manufactured irrational concepts) to turn different groups of people against each other; implying that power oppression rather than meritocratic competence defined local hierarchies. This European colonization of the mind sharply lowered total factor productivity and material living standards in the developing world ceteris paribus. The Latinos, Africans and Asians got sick of it, and kicked the Europeans and their baizuo European intelligentsia out. You can read more about this in a Nuanced understanding of British Colonialism.

 

Sadly the baizuo caucasian intellegentsia did not seem to learn from this. In the 1960s they tried to undermine America’s heroes Muhammed Ali and Malcolm X. Please watch Muhammed Ali’s and Malcolm X’s videos speaking about the baizuo in American Caste (a). And the baizuo seem to continue to get worse year after year. I don’t understand how this is happening. Perhaps could this be a xenophobic jealous backlash against the accelerating socio-economic rise of the rest–especially darkies?

 

What can we darkies do about this? Should we ask to be considered white?

 

To the middle eastern student who wrote Prof Saad, maybe the caucasian overlords should learn that the vast majority of Aryans are Asians. Asians (Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Xinjiang, Tibet, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, SAARC, South East Asia) are very proud to be Aryan or Arya, thank you very much. Arya or Aryan is a cultural rather than genetic marker. Arya means nobility. Maybe ignore the baizuo and become extremely successful in everything you do despite their efforts to sabotage you. Fewer and fewer foreigners are fooled by the hard bigotry of low expectations, by the lie that we cannot manifest our own miracles. Their time is almost up.

 

I would like to thank Prof Saad for being a glowing light of wisdom and inspiration for our world. Love you Saad!

 

In the comments, please mention if anyone would like to invite Prof Saad to be a guest for the Brown Caste podcast.

14 Replies to “Is it time for Asian Americans and Latino Americans to ask to be considered “white”? (d)”

  1. In this case some should come to Serbia (I guess the whole East Europe, too) where Latinos, Arabs, Jews and Indians are considered as white race (no browns :-). There are also only black and yellow race, no other, American style races.

    “Asians (Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Xinjiang, Tibet, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, SAARC, South East Asia) are very proud to be Aryan or Arya, thank you very much. Arya or Aryan is a cultural rather than genetic marker.”

    >>> I am not sure about SE Asia but all other countries (I would add Tibet and China) and regions are places where ancient Serbs Aryans came, settled and left their both, genetic and cultural imprint. I will provide soon the lists of Serbian toponyms in these areas.

    Yes, pls invite this guy to talk.

    1. “In this case some should come to Serbia (I guess the whole East Europe, too) where Latinos, Arabs, Jews and Indians are considered as white race (no browns :-).”

      Arent Eastern Europeans very racist toward Roma and Gypsies?

      1. Son Goku, what does “racism” mean?

        Is “jealousy” = “racism”?

        Is tension or difference in perspectives between two tribes or communities the same as “racism”?

        Is it better to use the phrase “racism” or is it better to encourage dialogue, which melts hearts? Dialogue facilitates collaboration on achieving a better equilibria that is win win win . . . for many parties.

        Love is the pathway to what Prof Glenn Loury calls “trans-humanism.”

        1. Milan, please give a description of each music video.

          Are each of them Serbs?

          The violin player is superb!
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MS1ATruO7f4

          I was struck by how similar most of the musical lyrical performances were to eastern music. Their appears to be a connection in music between Serbia and the east.

          Have you noticed close similarities between Serbia and Latvia/Estonia/Lithuania and Sanskrit? This is what people from the Baltics keep telling me.

        2. PS. You are partially right. All Catholics countries have strong racism against Gypsies. Croats for example during the ww2 killed thousands of Gypsies together with a million of Serbs and thousands of Jews. There is no racism in Orthodox countries. Previous links are all from Serbia and such links are not possible in other countries except Russia (and maybe Romania). They are all Serbian Gypsies. I could give you a hundred of different links. That is the generosity (Anan would say nobility) which is a feature of real Aryans and they brought this long time ago together with Rig Veda and Sanskrit to the new homeland. I will prepare a collection of Indian music in Serbia, the previous I took what was on the top of my mind in one minute only. Yes, Anan, this guy is also a Roma, he is an excellent violinist who plays classics, others are folk and new style. Some of them play music with a sound very similar to traditional Indian.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v38yqOy2i-o
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qf_bS2DKIDo

          1. Nice to know they are respected in Serbia. I’ve met some Serbian Gypsies, and they were quite educated and well mannered. They were proud of their south Asian root also about their Serbian identity.

  2. Rajib
    All of us brown have strong feudalistic tendencies ingrained- does that makes us racist and ape western culture, norms etc. Just a passing thought.

  3. @Son Goku

    Nice to hear. I hope that many Indians are (or will be, when they get informed) proud of their Serbian roots. I know that some even without such roots are proud of the possibility that could have them (warlock). They are still underrepresented in many areas. Although there are no legal obstacles, some reasons are (I think) that Roma girls mature earlier and get married early, pulling boys with them. There are also mixed marriages, these girls often get higher education. The society try to stimulate more girls to finish high school, which is not fully compulsory, expecting that higher percentage of them and boys will enrol Uni. One of the singers from the links (I coincidentally knew him personally, he passed away couple years ago) even bought apartment in India and lived there for a couple months every year).

    @Brown

    There is not any segregation in Serbian society. They are considered as Serbs because they’ve been living there for centuries. It is interesting that 90% or more have muslim names (all above links except Nemanya) because they converted during the Turkish occupation. After liberation, none asked them to relinquish muslim names, many are atheists or follow both muslim and some Christian holidays (eg Easter, st. George, etc).

    In the south of Serbia there are more Roma people. The huge majority is urban. In Belgrade there are probably about 60000 of them. Regarding NIS – the coincidence is that from this town Aryans went to SA. There are dozens of towns in SA and Mesopotamia with this name (sometimes as Nisa). One of the previous names of Teheran was Nis. Alexander the Great visited the place with this name in India (anyone knows where is?) with presents for locals to pay respect to his predecessor whose path he followed. Emperor Constantine lived in Nis and declared the Christianity legal in this city. Much later, Greeks’ god Dionysus (literally – ‘god from Nis’) is actually the first Aryan leader (known also as Romans’ Bacchus and Nimrod from the Bible).

    Indira Gandhi liked this singer (Esma Redzepova) very much who performed many times in front of her. She had a long career and thousands of songs, she always sings in Roma language.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4-MORq8LTs

    1. I am proud of all aspects of my ancestry, but I am not a supremacist. However, due to the nature of this space and the topics discussed, I sometimes use a jocular and sardonic tone. People misinterpret this as me being far more serious than I am actually trying to be. Just to be clear, optimally, I believe an individual should be judged at first as an individual, with their merits and demerits weighed against one another, perhaps in the context of their environmental situation, in order to make any value calls.

      My curiosity with ancestry-related genetics largely comes from the same place as my curiosity for any subject. I just want to understand the world. I want to understand it to move forward and make my own and lives of others better. To do that, I have to understand why things are the way they are today, which involves learning about the past. My favorite subjects have always been history and science. The field of ancient DNA is like the perfect marriage between the two.

      “I know that some even without such roots are proud of the possibility that could have them (warlock). ”

      This is confusing me Milan. How do you once again define such roots? I am a bit lost. Is it a threshold of percent Steppe DNA? Is it the presence of R1a Y DNA haplogroup? What exactly is it?

      I am excited in general to learn about the history of any and all of my ancestors. It is essentially confirmed, that I, like literally 90+% of ethnic Indians, am composed of three major ancient DNA components, one of which is also present in modern day Eastern European populations, including Serbs. The other two components are no less interesting.

      Right now, my biggest fascination is actually with the Iran HG component that founded the Indus Valley Civilization, the first and only time public defection was a non-issue in S Asia ;). I am curious about future archaeological-linguistic collaborations that will reveal more detail about their languages, thus elucidating even more about their culture, particularly how much and in what ways it contributes to modern Indian culture.

      1. I was apparently wrong, you also have some Serbian roots, I had impression that you were saying the opposite. But, it seems that your sense for humour a bit changed and I will take care not to push the envelope over your limits. Stay cool and enjoy the music.

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