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To #10, there are many reasons that it is a major set-back if I move back to China. Not to mention my properties and pets are going to die for this, but my career, business and personal relationships suffer devastation ... just to name a few. It is painful to see angry Christian whites to yell at me "go home". Yes, I witness this daily. My car is vandalized. Other minorities' cars are vandalized with racist remarks on them. The police chief said on news: those are not hate crimes, they are just goofy. The same group of racist FBI, Homeland Security and Cops sent daily police surveillance and harassment, openly, that lasted until my filing of lawsuit. I posted some pictures on CD. It is very painful. |
Lately, a more serious problem arises. I am accused of a terrorist and I have filed a pending lawsuit on this. I cannot go anywhere because any employer will simply google and find the news about me. I need not explain how biased and erroneous some US news reports are. My rice bowl is broken for good by the angry white Christians in the US. I cannot go anywhere until this matter is settled. It is painful to witness the white anger and Christian anger and all the hate - which is dearly reflected in you. I say you are a Nazi guard.
Special note on Catholics in the US: every Catholic I met in the US holds dismissive views on Chinese people. Their prejudice and ignorance against China are profound. At a slight sign of nonbelieving, the Catholic Americans immediately persecute the Chinese people. Yes, they are angry to the level of hysteria. It is rooted in the irrational demand from their white Pope to impose himself above China. I tell you, Catholic Pope, how dare you to have that thought?
Bern posted: "then why don't you go back to China? "
Christians can openly pledge their faith in Chinese workplace. No Chinese bother them for their religion. The Western Christians even come to China to demand their Ghod-power to be above Chinese government and Chinese people. But in the US, a Chinese nonreligious person has to bow to a deity that it does not believe. The nonreligious culture has to be placed in closet. If one comes out, like me, it immediately suffers severe attacks from all Christian co-workers. This is why I say: there is a long way for the US before it reaches the level of speech and religious freedom of China.
As I have said before, you favor European white immigrants. Your government policies, and news propaganda discriminate and humiliate Chinese immigrants in the US. It is racism and Christian bigotry that drive your white anger, nothing else. Shame to you, your profound racism and your Christian arrogance and bigotry.
[ Last edited by timbatu at 2011-10-5 10:19 PM ]