by Prof. R.P. Oliver

October 1986

As everyone knows, the Japanese are a Mongoloid (Mongolian) nation who differ markedly from others of that race in culture and mentality, and, to some extent, even physically. In "The Yellow Peril," I mentioned some characteristics of that remarkable people who, if they succeed in attaining hegemony over other Mongolians and preserve themselves from Jewish infiltration and parasitism, may well take the place in the world that our race held until it succumbed to the suicidal mania inherent in a religion contracted from Jewish proselytists.

During the past two decades, some younger Japanese scholars, notably Atsuhiko Yoshida and Taryo Obayashi, have sought to ascertain the origins of Japanese culture, and they have reached the unexpected conclusion that those origins go back to an incursion and conquest by a band of mounted Aryan warriors in the later part of the Fourth Century. (They use the Japanese equivalent of 'Indo-European,' a term that I would restrict to linguistics, while 'Aryan' is the obvious ethnic term for the race whose native language was primitive Indo-European.

In the oldest Japanese quasi-historical traditions and myths they found clear traces of the tripartite structure of thought that is distinctively Aryan and evident in everything from our fairy tales to Hegel's formula of thesis, antithesis, and synthesis. Starting from that basis, they found a very considerable amount of evidence to support their view, although the probative archaeological finds come, thus far, from Korea rather than from Japan itself. Even the most noteworthy distinguishing characteristic of Japanese culture, bushido and the knightly code of the Samurai, may be traced to the Aryan elite that ruled Japan until it was racially absorbed by the native population.

The results of the Japanese research are summarized in the Fall-Winter 1985 issue of "Mankind Quarterly" by Professor C. Scott Littleton, who has himself contributed to the investigation. He shows that the Aryans who invaded Japan from Korea were most probably Alani, a tall, blond, probably Nordic people of ancient Sarmatia, who spoke the Iranian variety of Indo-European, of which the classic form was Old Persian. Their language, clearly Iranian and no more corrupted than modern Persian, persists in Ossetic, the speech of a remnant of the Alani in the Caucasus, who gave the Czars of Russia no little trouble and have even survived, precariously, the Judaeo-Communist seizure of Russian territory.

The Alani were a vigorous, often nomadic, people who had the Aryan love of horses, and who contributed to our history until they were absorbed by other peoples, some cognate, some racially alien. Some Alani allied themselves with the Huns and Mongols and probably provided genetically the military and organizational talents of those once feared nations. They supplied the Aryan constituent of the Hungarians. Some Alani reached Spain after the Fall of the Roman Empire and mingled with the Vandals. Others were dispersed through Europe, and Professor Littleton has traced to the Alani a large part of the Arthurian tradition, the cycle of narratives which so clearly attest the instinctive nobility that entitles our race to be called "aryan."