The Swastika and its REAL history

The Swastika and its REAL history

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Amelia Sugar COCAINE

Castle Rock, CO

#1 Apr 27, 2013
Like I've stated before, the swastika did not belong to Germans (Europeans) but to Asians (Indians) for over 3,000 years. It was used and abused by Germans for power, sadistic stuff. Its original symbolic meaning means mark of good fortune which is why you see it in places like, like I've stated, Japan and other ancient cultures to Egypt, Iran, and of course India.

http://youtu.be/5UwfQhqbx5E

Much like many symbols from the Mayan culture for example, this swastika is some ancient transcript of Asian culture. I remember about 3 years ago one of my brothers being stationed in Japan being that he was in the U.S. Navy and he told me he was in shock (and slight fear). He said everywhere he went in Japan he saw swastika flags hanging from people homes. I told him don't be alarmed that you are not on Aryan brotherhood grounds but that symbol is an Asian symbol used by Asians for thousands of years until the Germans (Europeans) adopted it for evil purposes to make a long story short. So for those who travel abroad like I am about to do, you will see this symbol in a lot of places that are not in Europe. Don't be afraid. The Germans back in Hitler era were absolutely nuts, bizarre, and believed in E.T.'s creating the Aryan race and shyt smdh.
moe

Chicago, IL

#2 Apr 27, 2013
the akan have that symbol also

Sinajuavi
Level 6

Since: Nov 11

Location hidden

#3 Apr 27, 2013
It is also common among Native Americans.

The Navajo stopped putting swastikas on their woven rugs out of respect for the victims of the Nazis.

It is about the 4 directions, and the swirling cycles in which we are enveloped.
Amelia Sugar COCAINE

Castle Rock, CO

#5 Apr 27, 2013
Sinajuavi wrote:
It is also common among Native Americans.
The Navajo stopped putting swastikas on their woven rugs out of respect for the victims of the Nazis.
It is about the 4 directions, and the swirling cycles in which we are enveloped.
That's good they stopped using the symbol in respect to the victims of the Nazis. I didn't know Navajo people used it, but it makes sense.
Amelia Sugar COCAINE

Castle Rock, CO

#6 Apr 27, 2013
sand-_cracker wrote:
The German Krakkkers tried to steal the Indians' identity. It includes the swastika, as well as the name "Aryan". Only Indians and Iranians are Aryans, and this doesn't include the pink European swine people.
You are correct. I told some Polie on here and he denied it to no end. It would never make any sense for Germans to use this symbol anyway other than their obsession with extraterrestrials and shyt and even that had nothing to do with the swastika. Yes! Another point I've made months back, these people claiming they're pure Aryan blood in this country, nonsense! Real or most Aryans are Indo-European or Persian. Culture vultures!

Level 2

Since: Oct 12

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Apr 27, 2013
It's important to know the origins of symbols and re-appropriate symbols whenever possible, especially when another culture hijacks and distorts a symbol *harlemshakecough*.

Yet I would still use caution in a country like Japan. They're 97% homogenous by culture, and they don't want others to break the culture up. I consider it an extremely ethnocentric place while recognizing they'd tolerate my presence so long as my presence is temporary.

I'm sure it will be a wonderful place to visit none-the-less. Bon voyage to you and your brother.
Amelia Sugar COCAINE

Castle Rock, CO

#8 Apr 27, 2013
KingAceSuited,

Have you ever been to Japan before? I've always wanted to visit there and will someday soon. One of my friend's little sisters plan on becoming a Japanese citizen once she goes off to college as she wants to attend a university there. Thanks a lot KAS.
Truthism

United States

#9 Apr 27, 2013
KingAceSuited wrote:
It's important to know the origins of symbols and re-appropriate symbols whenever possible, especially when another culture hijacks and distorts a symbol *harlemshakecough*.
Yet I would still use caution in a country like Japan. They're 97% homogenous by culture, and they don't want others to break the culture up. I consider it an extremely ethnocentric place while recognizing they'd tolerate my presence so long as my presence is temporary.
I'm sure it will be a wonderful place to visit none-the-less. Bon voyage to you and your brother.
I agree about knowing the origins of symbols (and words) and not letting thugs or idiots ruin those symbols or words for everyone else who used them for non-thug or civilized reasons.

People should be taught not to fear a swastika when they see one; they should be taught its origin and the idiots who abused it were only temporary and didn't know the meaning of it, so don't bother demonizing that symbol or word - that would only empower the thugs or idiots who abused them to begin with.

The Nazi party originated in Germany, so should we demonize Germany today for what some fringe group did 70+ years ago? No. We moved on. The same should be for everything else, really.

The less this is spoken of in the open, the less communication there will be on the subject, the less open people will be to understanding the truth concerning this, therefore progress cannot be made.

Communication is key for EVERYthing.

Level 2

Since: Oct 12

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Apr 27, 2013
Amelia Sugar COCAINE wrote:
KingAceSuited,
Have you ever been to Japan before? I've always wanted to visit there and will someday soon. One of my friend's little sisters plan on becoming a Japanese citizen once she goes off to college as she wants to attend a university there. Thanks a lot KAS.
Not yet. I have family who has been there, and they like some of it and could leave some of it.

It's my understanding that it's an interesting/Eastern version of the west in the cities. A former classmate of mine is learning Japanese to study engineering there, and she seems to have a more upbeat view of the place.

How difficult is it for someone to earn citizenship in Japan? I'm a little surprised it might be easy enough that someone would try to get citizenship during schooling there.

Level 2

Since: Oct 12

Los Angeles, CA

#11 Apr 27, 2013
Truthism wrote:
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I agree about knowing the origins of symbols (and words) and not letting thugs or idiots ruin those symbols or words for everyone else who used them for non-thug or civilized reasons.
People should be taught not to fear a swastika when they see one; they should be taught its origin and the idiots who abused it were only temporary and didn't know the meaning of it, so don't bother demonizing that symbol or word - that would only empower the thugs or idiots who abused them to begin with.
The Nazi party originated in Germany, so should we demonize Germany today for what some fringe group did 70+ years ago? No. We moved on. The same should be for everything else, really.
The less this is spoken of in the open, the less communication there will be on the subject, the less open people will be to understanding the truth concerning this, therefore progress cannot be made.
Communication is key for EVERYthing.
"Communication is key for EVERYthing"

Most definitely. And the whole truth during that communication is a must. You gotta admit that Germany's really been heated this last hundred years or so though. First World War I, then World War II, and this recent economic debacle with Russia/Cyprus. Germany's like center stage for causing billions of dollars of damage, army or no army.

Pardon my tin hat, but one could point fingers at Germany for North Korea's recent saber rattling. North Korea's a bit of a Russian satellite if I can use the phrase loosely. And bringing things back on topic, it'd be a shame if Japan had to rev up its military over Germany's instigating. I don't want to visit a place with bombs and bullets flying.

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