In Rigveda 1 051 08 it is said:
vi jānīhyāryān ye ca dasyavo barhiṣmate randhayā śāsadavratān |
śākī bhava yajamānasya coditā viśvet tā te sadhamādeṣu cākana ||
That Āryas and Dasyas (those who are enemies of Vedic culture) must be discerned well. By the laws of material nature they – dasyas – will be punished and they will perish like a straw grass, because they are lawless – they ignore laws of Manu. But Āryas – sacrificer’s – they will be encouraged by their following of dharma and their days will be filled with joy of spiritual/sacrificial festivals.
And we see exactly – those people, those nations, those cultures who knowingly or unknowingly follow varnasrama dharma principles, laws of Manu – they prosper. But those who act contrary – they are doomed and they become like straw grass and they perish. As much as you follow dharma – as much you are successful, and opposite – less you follow, more problems you have.
It is clear – that all the problems of our society are because of:
1. andhaṁ tamaḥ praviśanti ye ‘vidyām upāsate |
tato bhūya iva te tamo ya u vidyāyām ratāḥ || Isa 9 ||
Those who engage in the culture of nescient activities shall enter into the darkest region of ignorance. Worse still are those engaged in the culture of so-called knowledge.
If we are engaged in so called Krishna Consciousness – but an actual adharma in the name of Bhakti – what can you await? Equality, childlessness, divorces, remarriages…
2. yo’nyathā santamātmānamanyathā satsu bhāṣate |
sa pāpakṛttamo loke stena ātmāpahārakaḥ || Manu 4.255 ||
He, who describes himself to good men otherwise than what he is, is the worst sinner in the world, a thief stealing himself.
If we are of one kind,;—i.e., unrighteous—but we describe ourself to the world ‘otherwise’— as righteous;— then we are as a persons the worst of all sinners.
‘Thief’— stealer;—‘stealing himself.’ Other thieves steal things, while such persons steal themselves. This shows the despicable character of a pretenders. Falldowns, cheat, ignoring asrama rules and regulations…
3. Śrīla Rūpa Gosvāmī writes in his Bhakti-rasāmṛta-sindhu (1.2.101):
aikāntikī harer bhaktir utpātāyaiva kalpate
“Devotional service of the Lord that ignores the authorized Vedic literatures like the Upaniṣads, Purāṇas and Nārada Pañcarātra is simply an unnecessary disturbance in society.”
In such way you can clearly see – who are you. Aryan or dasya. If laws of Manu are not for you, if they are outdated for you or if they are impossible to implement in this age – then you are not aryan.
But if you will accept them and if you will honestly admit – that you do not know yet how to implement, but you will definitely figure out or will help to figure out, for the benefit of society and for to help people happily achieve goal of life – then prepare for never ending festival of your life.