Friday, June 23, 2017

Cho-yun Hsu noted in his 2006 book on China that the Chinese called the Sasanian Persian Empire, the “Dashi” (from which Tajik is derived)… additionally, the Iranian empire was alarmed “by the rise of Arab states such as the Umayyad caliphate”…this is interesting given Umayyad government is dated to 661-750… the Mainstream narrative on Sasanians dates their fall at 651… if the Zoroastrian Iranian Sasanians “fell” 10 years before the creation of the Islamic Arab Umayyad caliphate then what was the Iranian government worried about? 

Hsu also wrote that the border generals under China’s Tang dynasty “were almost all descendants of non-Chinese people”… for example, the multi-lingual An Lushan, leader of the An Lushan Rebellion (755-763), was of Sogdian (Iranian stock) or Sogdian(Iranian)-Turkish origin…he revolted against the Tang dynasty and called himself Emperor of Yan…

** Please note that there are many Iranian tribes—the Medes and the Persians are the most famous—so the Sogdians are one of dozens of Iranian tribes in Europe and Asia…

Hsu remarked that “Islam was originally an Arab religion of the desert, but it was able to absorb doctrines from Persian Zoroastrianism, Eastern Orthodox Christianity, and Judaism and combine them into one simple religious system of submission”… based on this remark one may consider that Islam’s globalist strategy did not formulate until Arab Muslims invaded and colonized Byzantine Empire and Sasanian Persian Empire… is this why the Western Globalists (modern Marxists)—to which the American Deep State and the international Feminist movement belong—align themselves with Islamists?

Here is an interesting podcast on An Lushan  

[pic granitestudio: An image of An Lushan… for educational purposes only]

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