Did the word ninja originate from Japan?
No. The people of the Qi dysnasty trained themselves with the skills of ninjutsu, and Xu Fu inherited the traditions and brought them to Japan. With the origins of the Chinese characters
忍者 (ninja) paired with how the research currently stands, the ninja [and] their skills most likely did originate from the Asian mainland. Although the true origin of the ninja has been lost, researchers greatly accept the Chinese ancestry of the ninja.
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Is IWTBN racist?
The 1776 Declaration of Independence asserts that "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal". Merriam-Webster defines "self-evident" as not needing to be demonstrated or explained; obvious. Here at IWTBN we advocate for the protection and uplifting of all voices, from peoples of color, to women and children—we believe that all people are equal and we should not have to evince this, as our message of positivity and light is clear. We can only hope that you enjoy our comedy and positive messages embedded throughout our print, film, and media.
Are all white people racist?
White Americans wrote the words best; the 1776 Declaration of Independence that states "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal" is something most White Americans believe and hold true.