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  • The focal point of Nazi supremacy is the Aryan race.

    The Aryan race (the centre point of Nazi elitism) and the concept behind it is often confused nowadays as having blonde hair and blue eyes and being German. But in fact the Aryan ethnic identity comes from the Indo-Iranian area, and later Hitler proposed that it referred to those who emigrated from the Indo-European area to east and middle Europe, forming some of the early European settlements, such as the German speaking areas. This theory has since been disproven. Hitler used the Aryan idea to show traditionalism and the importance of German roots, which are inherently Aryan roots as they formed the early settlers of Germany. Even the name "Aryan" comes from Sanskrit.

    The point of Hitler using an ethnic identity was to rile the masses into believing a sense of superiority and to achieve his own personal goals and was mostly unrelated to real biological origins. This is different to Nordicism, which holds a protective view that Nords must be preserved as a rare species. The belief is not propaganda and doesn't serve an ulterior motive, unlike Hitler's use of the Aryan image.


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