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Mongolian Folk Rock - jho - 12-01-2018 08:43 AM

is the world ready for it???





RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - pug-thug - 12-01-2018 08:47 AM

these guys have more of a rock n' roll attitude that most western rock bands today


RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - Count Iblis - 12-01-2018 10:19 AM






RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - pug-thug - 12-01-2018 11:21 AM

^ nice. those guys know how to rock

rock is a very macho thing.

rock used to be macho in the states and sometime after grunge it went EMO and "emotional"

it's' all about the attitude


RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - jho - 12-01-2018 01:30 PM






RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - pug-thug - 12-01-2018 04:35 PM

i was thinking about this. Mongolians eat no soy and have one of the lowest populations relative to landmass

They basically eat a paleo diet






RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - jho - 12-02-2018 03:52 AM

I think any American kid who grew up wanting to be a cowboy would love Mongolia. It's got horses, wide open prairies and ancient wrestling tournaments.

The Mongolian culture is fascinating, and I think a lot of Northern Europeans and Americans can identify with it.

The movie Genghis Blues gave me my first glimpse of this culture. Great documentary, highly recommend it if you haven't seen it.





RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - pug-thug - 12-02-2018 07:01 AM

I've done horseback riding in Khazakstan, one of the best experiences of my life

you really get the feeling of being a cowboy

I've also done horseback riding in Mongolia.. was cool as well


RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - pug-thug - 12-02-2018 07:01 AM

check out this movie mongolian ping pong. very good






RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - pug-thug - 12-02-2018 12:25 PM

the clubs in mongolia look halfway decent too






RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - Chaos Reigns - 12-03-2018 03:22 AM

Mongol Empire 16.11% 1270[4] or 1309[3]

Russian Empire[a] 15.31% 1895

What is that number? How much of the earth these empires covered.

One of the big secrets people don't know about the Mongol Empire... In the east it was primarily Chinese, in the west it was primarily Russian and in the south west it was primarily Turkish!

And even more important than bloodthirsty conquest we always hear about, for them, were their alliances.

But obviously if you claimed to be their ally and stabbed them in the back...

So the 'Mongols' who invaded Europe were really almost all ethnically Turkish and Russian (I would assume in Manchuria the same thing would have happened, and it was mainly Manchurians uniting and conquering their land, although as part of a larger empire, via alliances). You see this after the 'fall' of the Mongol empire, what are the most powerful empires? Well, the Ming Dynasty in the east, the Ottomans in the south west, and the Russians/rise of Muscovy in the northwest.

Also, did you know the Byzantines hired the Ottomans to act as mercenaries for them? Most people only know that the Ottomans eventually conquered the Byzantines.


RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - jho - 12-03-2018 05:11 AM

(12-03-2018 03:22 AM)Chaos Reigns Wrote:  Mongol Empire 16.11% 1270[4] or 1309[3]

Russian Empire[a] 15.31% 1895

What is that number? How much of the earth these empires covered.

One of the big secrets people don't know about the Mongol Empire... In the east it was primarily Chinese, in the west it was primarily Russian and in the south west it was primarily Turkish!

And even more important than bloodthirsty conquest we always hear about, for them, were their alliances.

But obviously if you claimed to be their ally and stabbed them in the back...

So the 'Mongols' who invaded Europe were really almost all ethnically Turkish and Russian (I would assume in Manchuria the same thing would have happened, and it was mainly Manchurians uniting and conquering their land, although as part of a larger empire, via alliances). You see this after the 'fall' of the Mongol empire, what are the most powerful empires? Well, the Ming Dynasty in the east, the Ottomans in the south west, and the Russians/rise of Muscovy in the northwest.

Also, did you know the Byzantines hired the Ottomans to act as mercenaries for them? Most people only know that the Ottomans eventually conquered the Byzantines.

Correct in the Eastern part of the Mongol Empire the rulers were Turkic people known as Tartars, which meant yoke, as in being under the yoke of the Golden Horde.

The Mongols more of a union of different nomadic equestrian tribes with different religions and ethnicities. The Mongols were mongrols.


RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - Chaos Reigns - 12-03-2018 06:36 AM

(12-03-2018 05:11 AM)jho Wrote:  Correct in the Eastern part of the Mongol Empire the rulers were Turkic people known as Tartars, which meant yoke, as in being under the yoke of the Golden Horde.

The Mongols more of a union of different nomadic equestrian tribes with different religions and ethnicities. The Mongols were mongrols.

In the western part (or Far Eastern, depending on how you look at it) part of the American empire the rulers were Weimar Germans known as Henry Kissinger, who used conscripts, as in being slave soldiers for the US Army. Big Grin


RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - pug-thug - 12-03-2018 07:23 PM

there is actually a NWO conspiracy theory from 100 years back entitled the "Judeo Mongolian conspiracy"

They asserted that Lenin was a Judeo-Mongol.


RE: Mongolian Folk Rock - Chaos Reigns - 12-04-2018 02:35 AM

(12-03-2018 07:23 PM)pug-thug Wrote:  there is actually a NWO conspiracy theory from 100 years back entitled the "Judeo Mongolian conspiracy"

They asserted that Lenin was a Judeo-Mongol.

Do you know any more about it?

Did you know the letter J did not even exist, in the 'Mongol' era? Only around 1600, I believe, that it came into existence.