I have come across many Buddhists who think a Buddhist having a Svastica or using the term Aryan Buddhist somehow means they are racist.
as many already know the Svastica is found in Mahayana sutras and is on many temples in Buddhists countries along with being on the maps to find temples in Japan.
But one thing most Buddhists dont know is that Aryan was a term in the Pali Canon for a person who followed the Buddhist path,it was commmonly known that all Buddhists were Aryans following the Aryan path.of course most people will never know this if they havent poured through the pali canon or havent met anyone who is a Buddhist who uses the term Aryan Buddhist,which the term generally is only found in Srilankan or indian Buddhist communies,and is not generally well known outside those comunities.
(of course I also understand why westerners would not want to use the term Aryan or wear a Svastica due to the social stigma,I myself wear a Svastica in public and do not suffer social stigma due to the fact that I am asian and its kinda hard to call an Asian a "white" supremacists)
here is where the term can be located in Sutta(I didnt post the entire sutta due to the length but the term is found all throughout the sutta,also this sutta is AWSOME in describing Buddhist pactice) Peace and love to all.
Sangiti sutta 33
Translated by Mauice Walshe
commisioned from Wisdom Publishing(as is Bhuikku Bodhis translations)
IX. "Four Aryan lineages. Here, a monk
a. Is content with any old robe, praises such contentment, and does not try to obtain robes improperly or unsuitability. He does not worry if he does not get a robe, and if he does, he is not full of greedy, blind desire, but makes use of it, aware of such dangers and wisely aware of its true purpose. Nor is he conceited about being thus content with any old robe, and he does not disparage others. And one who is thus skilful, not lax, clearly aware and mindful, is known as a monk who is true to the ancient, original Aryan lineage. Again,
b. A monk is content with any alms food he may get...Again,
c. A monk is content with any old lodging place...and again,
d. A monk, being fond of abandoning rejoices in abandoning, and being fond of developing, rejoices in developing, is not therefore conceited...and one who is thus skilful, not lax, clearly aware and mindful, is known as a monk who is true to the ancient, original Aryan lineage.
XIV. "Four characteristics of a Stream Winner: Here, the Ariyan disciple is possessed of unwavering confidence in the Buddha, thus:
a. "This Blessed Lord is an Arahant, a fully enlightened Buddha, endowed with Wisdom and conduct, the well-farer, knower of the worlds, incomparable Trainer of men to be tamed, Teachers of gods and humans, enlightened and blessed."
XXXVII. "Four Aryan modes of speech: stating that one has not seen, heard, sensed, known what one has not seen, heard, sensed, known.