Jason Reza Jorjani – The Iranian Renaissance & Aryan Imperium

Jason Reza Jorjani, PhD is a native New Yorker and Iranian-American of Persian and Northern European descent. After receiving his BA and MA at New York University, he completed his doctorate in Philosophy at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Jorjani currently teaches Science, Technology, and Society (STS) at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He is the author of Prometheus and Atlas (Arktos, 2016). Dr. Jorjani is also a member of the Iranian Renaissance movement.

Jason returns to Red Ice for another fascinating show, this time on the subject of Iran. To begin, Jason tells us about the Iranian Renaissance Movement, including its history and goals. Jason clears up some misconceptions about the movement, and assures us that its success would only benefit Europeans. We then dive into the history of Iran, starting with the Aryans. We discussing the origins of the very term “Aryan”, and clarify that the Aryans were, in fact, White. Jason sheds light on the relationship between ancient Iran and classical Greece, explaining that the Iranian spirit had far more in common with Sparta than Athens. The first half of our show also deals with a variety of historical figures in Iranian history, including Zarathustra, Cyrus, and Ferdowsi, in addition to touching on many other aspects of Iranian history.

In the members’ segment, we continue our conversation on the history of Iran. We begin by discussing the Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the visionary ruler who modernized Iran but was later forced into exile after a Western-backed coup. Jason tells us about the the Islamist takeover in 1979, and we ponder why Western elites would want Iran to become an Islamic theocracy. We discuss Barack Obama’s betrayal of Iranians, the Arab Spring, and the rise of Isis. Jason explains how to Make Iran Great Again, and outlines his hopes for Trump’s Iran policy. The members’ segment also explores Iran’s place in the wider Indo-European World, and the possibility of an Indo-European World Order.

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17 Comments

  • Alt-Right Santa
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  • Jane Doe
    Reply

    I was born in the Ukraine back when it was still a part of the Soviet
    Union. This is very, very interesting. Thank you for posting this!

  • Cesspit Creations
    Reply

    In 2010, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fondly eulogized Sen.
    Robert Byrd, a former member and recruiter for the Ku Klux Klan.

  • Brynhildr
    Reply

    “Well wrought” is such an apt description of ancient Aryan people, when you
    consider the extraordinary quality of their metalwork.

  • Set the Nemesis
    Reply

    People need to realize Iran isn’t your enemy. I know its a hard pill to
    swallow. Sure there’s massive issues & some what of a ideological threat to
    a white future floating around in Iran BUT they’re a net positive. Fuck
    Zionism. A enemy of my enemy is my friend.

  • orlared
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    Éirinn (anglicised to Erin) is the accusative case of Éire which is
    Ireland’s official name in Irish (pronounced Aira).
    It was named for the Goddess Éiru.
    Éiru was the daughter of Ernmas – a mother goddess belonging to the Tuatha
    Dé Danann (pronounced Tuha Day Danan).
    She was one of the Trinity goddesses along with her sisters Banba and Fódla
    (pronounced Fola).
    The Tuatha Dé Danann were a supernatural race who lived in the otherworld
    but interacted with humans in our world.
    They inhabited Ireland before the Irish moved there and came from four
    cities to the north of Ireland–Falias, Gorias, Murias and Finias–where they
    acquired their magical skills and attributes.
    They represented the main deities of pre-Christian Ireland and then became
    the fairies of later folklore.
    I imagine the similarity to the name Iran is just a coincidence.

  • Zarathustra
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    I must correct Jason once again about ancient Persians being “white” – at
    least if the use of the word ‘white’ being used in this context refers to
    European-looking light hair/light eyes.

    There’s overwhelming amounts of Genetic/DNA evidence showing that
    modern-day ethnic Persians are still quite similar to ancient Persians,
    since they were never significantly mixed with any invaders such as Mongols
    or Arabs – or even Turkic peoples throughout the centuries – according to
    genetic evidence. I recommend looking into it, there’s literally zero
    concrete evidence showing significant admixture – Arab admixture is
    practically non-existent except for really small amount of it in the
    South-West, and Mongol/Turkic admixture is around ~5% average within
    Iranians overall.

    Also, The Indo-Europeans arrived in that region thousands of years before
    the first Persian Empire, and mixed with all the local tribes. Most of that
    Indo-European admixture is concentrated to the Eastern parts of today’s
    Iran as well (although still not huge amounts compared to farther east). In
    terms of Greater Iran, Tajiks have a lot of IE admixture, followed by
    Pashtuns. Persians from Iran proper are mainly genetically from the
    indigenous Iranic tribes, followed by minor Indo-European admixture
    overall. Basically all pieces of Genetic/DNA studies show this, and not a
    single piece of evidence shows otherwise. You can also take a look at the
    ancient Persians’ statues – their facial features are distinct Persian
    features seen among ethnic Persians today and are certainly not “white”
    features at all.

    So yes, Iranians today are historically, culturally, and to a small degree
    genetically Indo-European. But saying they used to be European-looking
    whites is completely false.

    Other than that, good interview – and I support the Iranian Renaissance
    fully.

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