LIKE ALWAYS AGAIN............. INTERPRETATIONS BY BARBARIANS
Do you even read your sources before you postED all this ?
Here's the link for god sake.
The Political Philosophy of Zhang Taiyan: The Resistance of Consciousness
By Viren Murthy
" In order to strengthen the legitimacy of the Qing government, they blurred the distinction between the inside and outside. Followers of the Next Textbook school famously interpreted the " Spring and Autumn Annals " in a manner exemplified by the scholar Yang Huan ( 1234 - 1299 ) who adopted such a theory of identity to legitimate the Yuan dynasty, "
" Yuan dynasty (1234–1299), who adopted such a theory of identity to legitimate the Yuan dynasty (1271–1368): “If the Chinese adopt the way of the barbarian, one should see them as barbarians. When the barbarians learn the ways of China, they become Chinese "
Why is every of source always comes from the interpretations of conquerors.
Do you understand throughout history conquerors have always tried to themselves ? Same with germanic tribes, sames with bulgars, Hungarians, same with Mughals, same with Manchus, Mongols, same with Scythians and Indo-Scythians, same with Turks and Persian-Turks, same with the Magyars, Hephalites ..... same with Pathans..... historically it had always been like that with all the minority conquering tribes who assimilated in the nation of the subjugated majority.
Well they do say impudence is the bastard of ignorance. From your naive comments, I assume you didn't even know that the passage these people used to justify these regimes comes from the Spring and Autumn Annals of Confucius and the Gong Yang school itself was the dominant form of thought during the Han dynasty?
You said Han always had a strong sense of race, they didn't. There is no trace of racial Chinese identity whatsoever in the Zhou and Han period. So you are wrong. That was all I refuted.