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whampoa Post time: 2012-7-28 09:22
As a westerner (oops, where is australia ?? see, "gweilo" immediately comes to mind and handy. an ...
As a westerner (oops, where is australia ?? see, "gweilo" immediately comes to mind and handy. anyway) you should know better that RACISM is not territorial bound. Racism is not about immigration or allowing different nationals into your country. Even US of A, a well-known country of migrants, has RACISM ceased ? Whites are still top in the echelons of power and privilege and the police still beat up their victim based on colour.
My view is that your RACISM is plenty Culture, plenty Religion and plenty History. Let's face it. Racism is not, by the gweilo later tweaked definition, about generalisation. Racism is about SUPERIORITY of one race over another which is problematic.
Even if China allowed those different nationals to migrate to China as you ridiculously demanded, how is China going to house them, feed them and provide jobs to them. China is the world most populous country shouldering a fifth of the world's population. China has ruled her citizens to stop at one child, can she constitutionalize that its migrants, including the Europeans, cannot breed in China ? The reason is not racism but pure practical.
Racially speaking, China is 100% Huang Zhong. Any part of China that does not want to be Huang Zhong is immediately called New Frontier and turned into lebensraum for Huang Zhong.
Also, China severely discriminates against other races by preventing immigration. Many worthy black, white and brown people from all over the world suffer every day, due this severe racial discrimination.
When you say:
Racism is about SUPERIORITY of one race over another which is problematic.
it is clear that Han has 92% superiority over the other 55 (virtually all Huang Zhong) minorities
China has just 3-4000 foreign born naturalised citizens. In a country of 1.4 billion, this is the most severe discrimination possible, in the global context.