Chinese Language Source Article By: http://m.fengniao.com/document/1911618.html
(Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD)
The leader of the neo-Nazi movement in modern Mongolia – Tsagaan Khass – recently explained that in a post-Communist Mongolia, a number of people, free as they are from Marxist-Leninism, are avidly embracing the neo-Nazi ideology of Germany’s Adolf Hitler. A movement locally known as ‘Dayar Mongol’. Of course, Tsagaan Khass was quick to add that he does not necessarily agree with the rather ‘extreme’ nature of some of Hitler’s policies, but stated that with regard to the presence of Chinese people in his country, he was prepared to make an exception. He added that many Mongolians had a natural ‘distaste’ for Chinese people and Chinese culture – pointing-out that it was Mongolia (under Genghis Khan) that originally subjugated China and influenced that country’s cultural development, and that it was historically inappropriate for the superior culture of Mongolia to become ‘tainted’ by association with an inferior Chinese culture. Furthermore, Tsagaan Khass explained that culture aside, the most worrying aspect of the Chinese presence in Mongolia was the issue of ‘race-mixing’ and ‘mixed-marriages’ between Mongolian women and Chinese men. These tendencies have had the effect of watering-down the genetic purity of the Mongolian race, and has led to the neo-Nazis attacking (and occasionally ‘killing’) those Mongolians that commit this kind of ‘sexual crime’. When asked what his position was on Mongolian men having affairs with Chinese women, Tsagaan Khass replied that it was the right of every Mongolian man to procreate with whomever he wishes – but that this right does not extend to Mongolian women – who must obey the wishes of Mongolian men. He added that the ‘swastika’ was originally an ‘Asian’ symbol, and that it was not a contradiction for Mongolians to embrace this symbol and its Nazi German ideology. After the matter of ‘White’ racism against Asians was raised, Tsagaan Khass answered by stating that ‘National Socialism’ works within individual nations for the benefit of the dominant (and purest) race. White people are racist, he continued, because their countries have been over-run by non-White peoples, their indigenous cultures destroyed, and their racial purity ‘compromised’. He concluded the interview with a straight-armed salute and reiterated that the extant problem for Mongolians was the eradication of all Chinese influence. As Buddhists shave their heads, there is a natural parallel – he assumed – in Mongolia with the skin-head movement of the West, which we are very proud of. In reality, neo-Nazis in Mongolia remain a minority that spend their time parodying their Western-counterparts, and terrorising ordinary Mongolians. We are told that when Western neo-Nazis heard about the Mongolian neo-Nazis – they responded by calling them ‘monkeys’ – so much for neo-Nazi solidarity!
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