Half a year after the release of my final version of the map, I started entertaining a few new thoughts on the number of regions – first, the question of the Ukraine and the Pashto-Tajik divide in Afghanistan, and then the specific populations of Suriname and Guyana. Here is what has followed.

I. Europe.
1. The western part of the Ancient Europa region reduced due to the homosexual creeps in the Recovered Territories of Poland, and the visible recession of traditional Christianity from Bohemia. The situation in Germany corrected to represent the election results of the Alternative für Deutschland party.

2. The upper Dnieper Ukraine which does not speak Ukrainian nor professes the Greek Catholic faith, crying in Russian “Death to Russians”, is a fitting candidate for demonstrating the vigour of the neo-Christian creed in spreading into the Marxist lands of the eponymous deceased Union.

3. It was a revelation to me to learn of the Hungarians’ civilisational mission persisting in the form of the Romanian Greek Catholic church in the western reaches of Transylvania.

II. Asia.
1. Distinguishing Pashtunistan and the Dari-speaking Farsiwans is a queer idea, and of course I’m not diminishing the fight of the wild Tajiks against the Bolsheviks, yet the divide is indisputable, the tribal system of the Pashtunwali does differ from the Persian culture to the north, so I decided to mark it – after all, it’s not visible unless it’s a specific map of Afghanistan, seeing it on the world map is fascinating.

2. A minuscule change – I elected to add Damascus to the ancient region, partly due to its being the seat of the secular national-socialist Ba’ath party, partly due to the three Aramean villages in the Anti-Lebanon Mountains nearby. Of course, the main basis of Al Assad’s power in Syria lies in the Shia Alawites on the coast.

III. The Americas.
1. Now, I had continuously been shying away from depicting the Aryans of the Southern Cone due to their Mediterranean origin, their Iberian heritage, and the dearth of information available, yet I did find this dubious map by tonioCar or Rax9000, and I learned that the current governor of the Tierra del Fuego Province in Argentina, Gustavo Melella, is a sodomite and phenotypically 100%-Aryan – both sure hallmarks of the culture I call neo-Christian.

2. The makeup of the Guyanese and Surinamese populations had escaped my rigour, apparently, because I had my hands full deciding the dominant culture of each region and district. Indeed, I have managed to depict Commewijne as the only American land with a Muslim plurality. (I also decided against marking East Berbice-Corentyne in Guyana this time due to its erratic borders.)

3. And finally, I came back to Cuba, swaying to highlight their cultural uniqueness (because the Aryan race is dead anyway, or positively correlates with sodomy), in additional retouching (enlarging) their Negro-populated areas.

All in all, not an immense improvement on my “final” v.30, and with some arguably subjective changes – the Ukrainian region is somewhat tongue-in-cheek, and may be viewed as a reflection of my personal mental state, surrounded by insane, delusional people on both sides.

Edit (v.33, 2023-03-27). It may be a blessing that my hard drive has failed, considering it gave me pause to think over a number of points.

1. Goa – my old error was in taking a brief look at the religious composition of this old Portuguese enclave without considering the spatial circumstances – this map by Bhvintri exposes the difference between as Velhas Conquistas & Novas Conquistas.

2. I long wished to depict the Muslim intrusion of India to a larger extent (the largest Muslim population on the planet and all, yet there is a dearth of territories of compact Muhammadan settlement. And then I had the good idea of revising my position on the Malabar coast! Indeed, after Kashmir and Assam, Kerala has the highest percentage of the Islamic faith professed – on par with West Bengal, in fact (≈27%), yet unlike West Bengal, it has a swathe of territory in its northern half where Muslims form a substantial plurality.

3. The civil-war-torn island of Śrī Laṅkā has been witness to many a merry genocide – and this time, I have finally internalised the tale of the Muslim invasion of the Tamil lands in Mannar as recently as 2013.

4. Whenever I encounter Formosan politicians, they all have Hebrew names! Yet Wikipedia only puts their Christian population at the meagre 4%. Apparently, it’s a sign of their being colonised by the Anglos. To commemorate this fact, I went with marking their capital as part of the confused region.

5. Now, the most queer change – I have tried learning about the Lapps in the Nordic North, and they don’t seem Mongoloid at all. Hence I have decided to assign them to the European culture which cares about its heritage.

6. And what has thrown me off course, causing me to redraw the entire thing, has been the desire to depict the nihilistic European heritage in Tunisia, more reminiscent of Russia than of its wild neighbours.

In addition, here is the map of Eurasia – it is paramount to understand that it is the four great cultures of Eurasia that I am examining here – with the Islamic one split in three, and with the Occidental Aryan and the Oriental Mongoloid civilisations each exhibiting a periphery.

Ethno-Cultural Map of the World in 2022 CE (v.33)

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