Is there any evidence at all to show that the Mongol empire was less violent, ruthless, or aggressive than their Indo-European counterpart?

The term "Indo-European" obviously includes white people and the white civilisation. But in the last 500 years of global domination by Western colonial empires, white people have committed genocides against the Natives in Africa, Asia, or Latin America and have killed millions more people than any other... show more The term "Indo-European" obviously includes white people and the white civilisation.

But in the last 500 years of global domination by Western colonial empires, white people have committed genocides against the Natives in Africa, Asia, or Latin America and have killed millions more people than any other race heretofore.

So, then does it mean that Indo-aryan people are generally more prone to violence, ruthless and aggressive behaviour than their E. Asian counterpart?

Are Indo-aryan empires more likely to kill, torture, and maim people than their E. Asian counterpart?

Is there evidence at all to show that the Mongol empire was relatively benign in their exercise of authority than their Indo-aryan counterpart, such as Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greek empire, Pax Romana, and the Pax Britannica etc?
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