>welcomed: Turks, Hungarians, Mongols (real ones), Tatars, Finno-Ugric people of Baltic provinces, Siberians and Manchus.
>not welcomed: Anglocucks
I can feel the Turanic blood seething through my veins
>tfw you will never ride horses on the endless steppes of Asia.
damn it i was searching for this :D thanks
I am 1/16 sami with a little jap eyes and very cold resistant. Can I join the steppe raids?
Do you cut deer testicles with your teeth?
alcoholig reindeerherders and fishermen in the far north, almost bred out, no unmixed sami left. Seemed like cool people before alcohol and trying to make them christians. They were homies with the vikings and got them fur and ships ect. Ive never heard of them fighting in wars
Id tap my ancestor
>Turanism, Pan-Turanianism or Pan-Turanism is a pseudoscientific nationalist political and cultural movement which proclaims an ethnic/cultural unity for disparate people who are supposed to have a common ancestral origin in Central Asia
it seems like mongoloids from frosty siberia were the most numerous people before abrahamic religions expansion and columbus exploration of america
americanoids are also asians eventhough nowadays they will try to distance themselves
The details are a little blurry right now but it seems like we are Turanian folk who rode here from the steppe with our suomenhevonen and conquered the local variant of the white man and bred with his woman.
Daily reminder that Turks became muslims and should always be
Fuck your Turan memes, I dream of the rightful Khilafha, elhamdullilah
Our glorious days were lived on side with Hz.Muhammad (Sav) and the glorious One (c.c)
The finnic people/languages formed on the rivers of the Volga bend
Those who travelled north-west and arrived at the baltic sea created the baltic finnic cultures and civilization, while those who left straight north or north-east are why everyone associates finns with asia
How did you spend your New Year in the new world Achmed?
>Muhfeels inspired garbage
One sees what one is
There has been no evidence based research.
We need to consider
1. language branching
3. genetics of the past and present
The question could be answered in a year or less if anyone actually bothered to do so.
im mad at you guys cuz you speaking russian. almost every kazakh and kirgiz in vine / periscope speaking russian instead of your native language.
learn some from azerbaijanis. they also speak sometimes russian but not much as you
azeris speak russian more than kazaks/kirgizs
since 2-3 million azeris live in russia and they hate us
in fact most kazaks who speak russian do it just because they are born during soviet era or 90's
now all movies are dubbed in kazak and schools kids use words i would never use, it sounds very *strange and funny* I used to hear such words only from my 80-90 y.o. grannies and granpas
the only turkics who speak kazak are/were karachays
according to vines that i watched,
azeris mostly speak turkic and kazakhs speak russian. it was even hard to find someone to find speak kazakça but then i realized the viner was a turk who teaches kazakh lang.
its nice to hear that your new generations speak kazakh anyway.
and by the way, why dont you do anything about your "-ov, -ev" on your surnames? i dont think its so hard to remove them
>lumping Uralics with Altaics
This is almost as bad as Poostan and their ridiculous "out of India" theory that literally no non-Indian scholars believe.
>You don't hear much about them. So i guess they are silent
In the colder parts maybe. Uzbekistan is going full Arab tier though. We are gonna see a salafi regime take over Uzbek in the next 40 years or so
>equating spread of technologies with the movement of ethnic groups
It even says "transcultural phenomenon" on the image
Is dat sum Minusinsk depression? Weird that that one location seems to be the origin of different peoples and technologies at different times throughout the history of the region. Maybe something to do with being connected to the great steppe while being slightly isolated from it by mountains.
>Sarmatians differentiated from the rest of the Scythian mass there
>"Scythian art" styles moved there and mutated a bunch before the new mutated version radiated outward
>stirrups invented there, brought to Europe by Avars
>various other technologies show an archaeological trajectory from Minusinsk to Europe around the time of the Avars
I'm equating it with the bulk of Siberian admixture in Finns and the origin of Uralic languages, yes.
I don't particularly care if Uralic is related to Turkic or Mongolic but it does share some basic vocabulary with both, not much though.
>calling an actual nationalist ideology conceived by a finnish man bullshit
>supporting an artificial "nordic" identity that was forced on us as part of the european integration policy
you should kill yourself desu
>tfw indo-european linguists will still insist on uralics being their own distinct language family
>unironically supporting this fairytale that these kebabs invented and thinking it somehow represents finnish national identity
kill yourself you fennoswede pan-nordicist fuck
It's not a fairytale.
Finns nearest relatives linguistically outside of Europe are pic related.
Wikipedia contains outdated information. ST is closer to 4000 years old. Previously it was assumed it was influenced by Mycenean Greece and younger, but in fact it was ST which influenced Myceneans. source: David W. Anthony The Horse, Wheel and Language.
can you ride a horse? shoot with bow?
>not being AfroTurks
Turan is beta as fuck. Look at Kazak cucks for example. Only future is black !
>North-Eurasian nomadic people
These aren't the mongols you're looking for
Mongols attacked Novgorod, but did not move en masse any northern; surely there were scouts and such, but no noticeable mongol presence was seen in finnic areas
>A pro-Finnish activity was carried in Japan in the Inter-War period by some Japanese nationalists influenced by Turanism. It found theoretical expression in, for example, a book entitled "Hann tsuranizumu to keizai burokku [Pan-Turanism and the Economic Bloc]," written by an economist. The writer insists that the Japanese should leave the tragically small Japanese islands and resettle to the northern and western parts of the Asian Continent, where their forefathers had once dwelt. For this purpose, they had to reconquer these ancestral lands from the Slavs by entering into alliance with the Turanian peoples. The Finns, one of those peoples, were to take a share of this great achievement.
TURANIAN MASTER RACE