Jason Jorjani

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Dr Jason Reza Jorjani (born in New York City),[1] is a US American who is of Persian and Northern European stock.[2] He studied at New York University, where he got his BA and MA, and got his PhD at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.[3] According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, he 'works as a lecturer in humanities at the New Jersey Institute of Technology'.[4] He says he is 'a member of the Iranian Renaissance Movement', as a 'special adviser to their executive committee'.[5] Jason is also a member of the crew for altright.com.[6]

Views on Iranian/Persian identity and Islam

Jason views Iranians as whites and is an enemy of Islam. He believes Islamic invaders destroyed "a humanitarian and progressive civilisation produced by Caucasians" in Iran and hopes to thwart a repetition of the same in the West today.[7] Jason was on the stage at Richard Spencer's 2016 alt-Right conference in Washington DC.[8]

Message to the West

Jason's message to the West is that Iran, which was once a superpower, was colonised by Arabs, Turks and Mongols who had embraced Islam and the same could happen to the West today. He has said the following:

You have to take a proactive stance, and in that regard, in the regard of bringing the fight to the enemy, Iran is very important for the future of Europe, because there is an Aryan Renaissance underway in Iran. The only place on Earth right now that you can refer to Aryan identity positively is in Iran. It's perfectly normal discourse among the young generation there now, who have seen through the lies of Islamic moderates and apologists for Islam and who are going to bring forth a cultural revolution in that country that hopefully will be a beacon to Europe and the white world at large.[9]

Views on white colonialism

Jason has made the argument 'that benevolent Indo-European or Aryan colonialism is not only possible, we had it for centuries and it bettered all kinds of people who lived within that [Persian] realm'.[9]

External links

References

  1. Daniel Friberg, Jason Jorjani, Henrik Palmgren, Richard Spencer, Tor Westman (18 January 2017). "AltRight Now – 1 – The Beginning". soundcloud.com. "AltRight Radio". Retrieved 18 January 2017.
  2. "Jason Reza Jorjani". altright.com. Retrieved 22 December 2016.
  3. Daniel Friberg, Jason Jorjani, Henrik Palmgren, Richard Spencer, Tor Westman (18 January 2017). "AltRight Now – 1 – The Beginning". soundcloud.com. "AltRight Radio". Retrieved 18 January 2017.
  4. Sarah Viets (17 January 2017). "Richard Spencer Launches 'Alt-Right' Website on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday". splcenter.org. Retrieved 19 January 2017.
  5. Daniel Friberg, Jason Jorjani, Henrik Palmgren, Richard Spencer, Tor Westman (18 January 2017). "AltRight Now – 1 – The Beginning". soundcloud.com. "AltRight Radio". Retrieved 18 January 2017.
  6. Daniel Friberg, Jason Jorjani, Henrik Palmgren, Richard Spencer, Tor Westman (18 January 2017). "AltRight Now – 1 – The Beginning". soundcloud.com. "AltRight Radio". Retrieved 19 January 2017.
  7. Jason Reza Jorjani (12 December 2016). "Forever Deplorably Yours". altright.com. Retrieved 22 December 2016.
  8. "NPI 2016 Live Coverage, Alt-Right Conference in Washington D.C." redice.tv. 21 November 2016. Retrieved 22 December 2016.
  9. 9.0 9.1 "Jason Reza Jorjani - Rumi Was White". YouTube. "Red Ice TV". 17 June 2016. Retrieved 7 January 2017.