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Is White Anglo Racism towards Chinese and Asians Real or Pretense?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-8-23 21:36:26 |Display all floors
Originally posted by baofeng at 2011-8-21 23:23


Thanks for the thoughtful post and welcome to CDBBS.

Just ignore the racist azzholes, let them chew their butts off- as you can guess, they're westerners.



Its neither thoughtful nor welcome. Its simply a rehash of another hundred reworded posts following the same theme tired old theme. The racism on display is that of the poster towards "anglos," andthe post gives no substantial, or indeed any evidence that "anglos" are racist towards Chinese/Asians. The poster simply asserts his/her opinion as fact and then uses this "fact" as the basis for asserting a rather weak arguement based on muddy historical assumptions and barely disguised hatred.

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Post time 2011-8-23 23:04:16 |Display all floors
White Anglo Saxon people who consider themselves upper class are called WASPs, which stands for White Anglo Saxon Protestants, they consider everyone else to be inferior because of religion or race. The problem with these people is not only race but religion as well.

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Post time 2011-8-24 01:05:08 |Display all floors

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Post time 2011-8-24 03:29:27 |Display all floors

Reply #36 jinseng's post


I am no apologist for America,  ...........................
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Note: I am not so sure about your claim that you have stated above.
  


9/11 first responders left out of 10th anniversary event


By Claudine Zap | The Upshot – Wed, Aug 17, 2011


President Obama will be there. So will former president George W. Bush and former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani. And, of course, the current mayor, Michael Bloomberg, will attend.

But Sept. 11 first responders, the emergency workers who helped with the rescue and recovery efforts 10 years ago, will be denied entry to the 9/11 National Memorial on the 10th anniversary of the attacks.

The 90,000 or so firefighters, police officers, and civilian volunteers who rushed

toward the burning twin towers are not invited to the ceremonies on Sept. 11.
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Mayor Bloomberg confirmed that the day would be reserved for victims' families. "Family members only will be allowed to walk onto the plaza, look at their loved ones' names, look down into the voids," he said, referring to the reflecting pools in the footprints of the two towers. Bloomberg added, "The first day, it's reserved for those family members who lost somebody on 9/11."

[ Photos: See more of the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero ]

And, in fact, first responders have never been officially invited to the events. But that doesn't make it right, says John Feal, founder of an advocacy group for first responders, many of whom are now battling cancer and other diseases. Feal, a first responder himself, told CNN, "The best of the best that this country offered 10 years ago are being neglected and denied their rightful place."

In fact, as construction of the 9/11 National Memorial continues, passes are required for those who wish to visit the site. The passes, which are free, are for a specified date and time.

When the online reservation system opened, the 5,000 passes for the opening date to the public, Sept. 12, were snapped up within an hour. Since then, the memorial foundation has made more slots available.


Photo courtesy of Seth Wenig/AP

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Post time 2011-8-24 03:30:33 |Display all floors

Reply #36 jinseng's post


I am no apologist for America,  ...........................
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Note: I am not so sure about your claim that you have stated above.
  


9/11 first responders left out of 10th anniversary event


By Claudine Zap | The Upshot – Wed, Aug 17, 2011


President Obama will be there. So will former president George W. Bush and former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani. And, of course, the current mayor, Michael Bloomberg, will attend.

But Sept. 11 first responders, the emergency workers who helped with the rescue and recovery efforts 10 years ago, will be denied entry to the 9/11 National Memorial on the 10th anniversary of the attacks.

The 90,000 or so firefighters, police officers, and civilian volunteers who rushed

toward the burning twin towers are not invited to the ceremonies on Sept. 11.
.

Mayor Bloomberg confirmed that the day would be reserved for victims' families. "Family members only will be allowed to walk onto the plaza, look at their loved ones' names, look down into the voids," he said, referring to the reflecting pools in the footprints of the two towers. Bloomberg added, "The first day, it's reserved for those family members who lost somebody on 9/11."

[ Photos: See more of the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero ]

And, in fact, first responders have never been officially invited to the events. But that doesn't make it right, says John Feal, founder of an advocacy group for first responders, many of whom are now battling cancer and other diseases. Feal, a first responder himself, told CNN, "The best of the best that this country offered 10 years ago are being neglected and denied their rightful place."

In fact, as construction of the 9/11 National Memorial continues, passes are required for those who wish to visit the site. The passes, which are free, are for a specified date and time.

When the online reservation system opened, the 5,000 passes for the opening date to the public, Sept. 12, were snapped up within an hour. Since then, the memorial foundation has made more slots available.


Photo courtesy of Seth Wenig/AP

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Post time 2011-8-24 03:39:20 |Display all floors

If you can't beat them, join them!

          


This is a very simple rule, friends.     


   The ugly truth is that the WhiteAnglo ( for fairness sake, I should mention that  Anglo are not alone.

WhiteRussian use that too over native Siberian people over there in Far East Russia) use some of these

dirty little hurtful tricks  such as racism in order to justify their taking over others' land, or colonising other

nations in the past, or simply to justify their superiority, thus make you lose your self-esteem, etc.   

As a matter of fact, I have been to some former colonial countries in Asia, Africa and Canada. Guess what,

you heard the same stories over and over; in respect of how they treated the natives, through racism,

through divide   and conquer, divide    and rule. Of course, these strategies apparently work  well for

them to this day.      

So these are one too many centuries old dirty little tricks that they have been playing out on people all over

the world by many many generations of their people. In other words, it's in their blood!      

My suggestion to my Chinese/Asian friends is that -

Have a little bit of their blood, however dirty it may be. Apply those dirty little tricks back to them.

Use racism as a first defense before they come down on you.

Use divide :@  conquer , divide :@  rule strategy before they attack you in full swing.

And good luck!       

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Post time 2011-8-24 12:03:38 |Display all floors

Reply #37 satosan's post


If you can't beat them, join them!
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There is no such a force in the world that is invincible nor a mountain that cannot be conquered.

Your above statement reflects a loser's attitude.

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