Translation of the final paragraphs of ‘Descendants of the Aryans – remnants of Indo-European blood in Asia (III of IV)’ and the caption of a photograph chosen by the author:
We must start from the assumption that any kind of ‘policy’ towards these people seems utopian and redundant at a time when we have enough to do with Europe, with the West, with preserving European biodiversity and with the serious ethnic conflicts that are looming in our society due to the implantation of Third World societies in our midst. However, if the situation were to turn around and a regenerated Eurasia could afford it, it would not be a bad thing to consider ‘sponsoring’ these people to protect them and prevent the extinction of their genetic legacy, which after all is a cutting from the European tree growing on Asian soil.
It is simply amazing that specimens
like this still exist in deep Asia.
History (or a walk down the street) shows that multiculturalism does not work and that multiracial societies fall into Third Worldism or succumb to ethnic wars. In the upheavals of the times to come, it will be time to break with all the egalitarian, perverse and anti-evolutionary creeds that have been poisoning humanity for the last 2,000 years, to credit the idea of human inequality and to return to the natural idea of highly trusted, genetically linked, popular communities. From this perspective, it would be most desirable to learn the lessons that these people can offer us. A new pan-European doctrine must emerge to bring these peoples back into the European geopolitical sphere of influence, spearheaded by genetic, linguistic, esoteric, archaeological and anthropological studies on the ground.