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  • #46
    Originally posted by The Exorcist View Post
    Who SAID that?

    Who said THAT?!?

    Hey, if anyone does not know that North Korea continues to exist solely because of aid from Communist China, they must be living in a world that was sealed off in 1950.
    And you might want to consider the fact that the CCP has killed ten times as many Chinese as the Japanese did in WW2. That kinda puts the scale of all these atrocities in a different light, don't you think?

    Okay, so you are saying that racism vs. Japan is justified because of what happened in the 1940s. We get that.
    We don't agree with that, and you might want to look up how cordial relations are between Israel and Germany, and have been for a good long time now.

    Okay, so you think China is justified always being racist, how about sexism too?



    Hmmm.... yeah, I'm not all that impressed, with the attitude or the arguments.
    I like to you qualify the part about CCP killed more than 10 times Chinese than Japanese. I need official figure, not some youtube garbage.

    The Great Leap Forward was a disaster policy, but it was not genocide or systemic murder and Japanese Imperial Army Orgy like Rape of Nanking. Famine and disease killed a lot of people, and also why do you not blame Japanese for destroying Chinese Infrastructure and Crop production because of their invasion?

    They certainly didn't get a fat check from Marshall Plan like Japan. Japan was the invader, but they received all the international assistance.
    Nice is heavy on my mind.
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    • #47
      Okay, I know we all couldn't help ourselves.........but let's keep American politics in North America subforum where it belongs.

      Thanks!
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      • #48
        Originally posted by The Exorcist View Post
        No lie, these guys are just awful-

        For the Chinese, Admiral Harris, 59, is not only a tough talker. He was born in Japan, the son of a Japanese mother and an American father who was a chief petty officer in the American Navy. The Chinese have zeroed in on his ethnicity as a mode of attack.

        “Some may say an overemphasis on the Japanese background about an American general is a bit unkind,” Xinhua, the official Chinese news agency, wrote. “But to understand the American’s sudden upgraded offensive in the South China Sea, it is simply impossible to ignore Admiral Harris’s blood, background, political inclination and values.”

        The derogatory comments had two goals, the admiral said. First, they were meant to show that the Pacific Command was “disconnected from the rest of government,” an idea that was “completely untrue.”


        http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/07/wo...rris.html?_r=2
        They are grasping at straws. The Chinese as a people are very bellicose, malicious, and vindictive and will use anything they think they can use to attack an opponent, no matter how petty, mean-spirited, or tasteless. It is to compensate for their immense feelings of insecurity and inadequacy.
        在魔鬼和深蓝色的海洋之间. 悪魔と深海の間. Carpe hunc diem.

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        • #49
          Eastern Racism is mainly fueled by the very basic fabric of the Confucian societies: duty to the family & honor.

          1st:

          In many families (in China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam; nowadays upper-middle-class upwards; pre 19th century rural gentry and above) there are lineage-books, so the young family-members can trace their roots back for centuries.

          Children born of mixed heritage are very unwelcomed in those families, especially if it involves emigration and/or marrying a "lower" status person. The sons are heavily pressured to marry "well" and the daughters are often disowned - unless the groom is a very high-status man.

          The questioning of the "Mischling's" loyality is prevalently even in Western countries. Only PC & anti-racism is keeping this in check.

          2nd:

          The dynamics of socio-economical development in the last 60 years in Asia has washed-up many "peasants" into the upper-strata of the countries. Certain views on foreigners, ethnic minorities, gays are not dropped, just because you are driving an expensive sports-car in a new-built gated suburb.

          3rd:

          The dynamics left many pre-20th century upper-class & UMC families in the dust. Especially in China & Vietnam.

          [Foreigners should start reading about the CPC's founders' roots or the Vietnamese Communist leaders' families. Many people, I've met in VN, are now openly calling The War - a restauration.]

          The reform-era in both countries have enabled the majority of those families to return to some old glory, but still they are still bitter that many "peasants" are now richer. - Especially the ones who went to the West.

          They are still bitter that China/Vietnam still needs foreign capital/know-how & White expats to improve their countries.

          Fellow forumer [Arnold J Rimmer's] statement of inferiority-complex & observation of East-Asian's arrogrant behaviour is the result of this whirl-wind development.
          Tolerance and apathy are the last virtues of a dying culture. Aristotle

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Arnold J Rimmer View Post
            The Chinese have a severe inferiority complex.

            Mainly based on the mess they have made of their country.
            The Chinese do indeed have an inferiority complex and deep psychological insecurity and both these feed and fuel their arrogance, vanity, and megalomania. The Chinese are and always have been megalomaniac in attitude and belief and malevolent with it. That ought to be their undoing. They have little idea of the difference between genuine self-worth and egocentricity.
            Mutare vel timere sperno

            Nec Aspera Terrent

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Kingtoad53 View Post
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              The Chinese do indeed have an inferiority complex and deep psychological insecurity and both these feed and fuel their arrogance, vanity, and megalomania.
              I guess, for external observers it's quite obvious which one of the two (US and China) suffers the most from arrogance, vanity and megalomania. A good quality of Chinese is that they don't want to impose their rules and practices to other countries by force. Unlike you know whom. All that considered I'm ready to tolerate Chinese being slightly racist.
              Last edited by Artyom_A; 10 Oct 18, 01:12.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Artyom_A View Post
                ... All that considered I'm ready to tolerate Chinese being slightly racist.
                You'll change your mind once that "slightly" racist is directed at you.
                But by all means, keep trying to court them as allies, you'll find out all about them once you are in bed with those guys.
                Basically, a whole country that is just one big, gigantic version of Brooklyn... right down to the noise and the awful smells. But most of all, the "rip everyone else off before they do it to you" that makes that city such a nightmare.

                Y'all might want to keep your options open.
                "Why is the Rum gone?"

                -Captain Jack

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                • #53
                  I've never been to Brooklyn. You see, you can make business with Chinese and they don't annoy you with some weird stuff like LGBT rights try to force on you their values. And America does. That's why China is a far more comfortable partner.

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                  • #54
                    I must add that Trump exhibits a more business-like approach to foreign affairs, but he came too late to fully remedy the damage already done in all that holy Crusade for human rights and American values. Then he's got his own huge problems.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Kingtoad53 View Post

                      The Chinese do indeed have an inferiority complex and deep psychological insecurity and both these feed and fuel their arrogance, vanity, and megalomania. The Chinese are and always have been megalomaniac in attitude and belief and malevolent with it. That ought to be their undoing. They have little idea of the difference between genuine self-worth and egocentricity.
                      Bigotry is a worldwide issue.

                      That said Glory to the Chinese people the nationalists and communists , who stood atop a mountain during WW2...saving the world form the diabolical ways of the Axis powers.

                      Plenty of Chinese agree with interfaith marriage and freedom of religion. There are many Americans married to Chinese folks.

                      I dated a Asian woman from Thailand. There are many Asians whom are totally ok with freedom and meeting people and even marrying those from different countries. Facts always crush those ISIL and Third Reich people whom say oh Asians are the enemy, the Chinese are out to get us, or X religion is out to get us. Good friend dont fall into the trap of intolerance.
                      Long live the Lionheart! Please watch this video
                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=jRDwlR4zbEM

                      Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory.

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                      • #56
                        Long live the Chinese United Front.

                        During WW2 many brave Nationalist and Communist Chinese teamed together as friends and allies to fight back against the much vaunted Japanese Empire.

                        Those in the USA whom are or once preached against the Chinese for "taking our jobs" like what I heard from a GOP rep at a Trump rally, the rep said" its the Chinese and Mexicans taking our jobs!!" many in the audience applauded...I and others did not applaud such a anti American message.

                        The bigots of China and the USA do not represent the will of those people of these two great countries that stand by freedom.
                        Long live the Lionheart! Please watch this video
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                        Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory.

                        George S Patton

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Artyom_A View Post
                          I've never been to Brooklyn. You see, you can make business with Chinese and they don't annoy you with some weird stuff like LGBT rights try to force on you their values. And America does. That's why China is a far more comfortable partner.
                          You have a good point there, especially when it comes to LGBT stuff. I saw a poster for a LGBT club outside a classroom where 13 year-olds go to school a few days ago. It is evil and it is crazy, but that is the sort of establishment Overlords we have to fight back against these days. They also control most of the propaganda you see being sent to you there, images that are meant to make you think they are winning... but they are not.
                          Watch for the emotional tone of it, and remember; a dying animal attacks its own wounds.

                          It IS possible to deal with America without getting contaminated by that kind of garbage.

                          BTW - Ever thought about helping us push back against it?


                          Originally posted by Artyom_A View Post
                          I must add that Trump exhibits a more business-like approach to foreign affairs, but he came too late to fully remedy the damage already done in all that holy Crusade for human rights and American values. Then he's got his own huge problems.
                          Another good point, but you are phrasing it as if Human Rights is a bad idea.
                          That is another thing that won't win Russia the kinds of friends that will do you any good in the long run.
                          "Why is the Rum gone?"

                          -Captain Jack

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by The Exorcist View Post
                            Another good point, but you are phrasing it as if Human Rights is a bad idea.
                            It's a bad idea in foreign politics because it brings an unnecessary ideological dimension there. When you see a conflict of interests between a country X and a country Y as a holy struggle between Good and Evil, there are little chances that it would be resolved in a cheap and effective manner. That is much relevant to the present political tensions between USA and Russia. While its origin is a simple struggle of great powers for influence over smaller countries (the story as old as the world), the mainstream American version is that it stems from a Russian conspiracy against American values and American democracy. With a more sober assessment there would be more chances to resolve or at least minimize the conflict.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Artyom_A View Post
                              It's a bad idea in foreign politics because it brings an unnecessary ideological dimension there.
                              True, but that's part of our nature. And if it wasn't, slavery would still be a common thing. Pressure from the West is what ended slavery in the Ottoman Empire and Imperial China, in 1906 and 1907. It was not officially abolished in parts of the Middle East until the 1960s and Peru or Ecuador still had some of that going on in the 1970s.
                              It was a long, hard slog, but for the first time ever the only slavery going on in the world is the illegal kind.


                              Originally posted by Artyom_A View Post
                              the mainstream American version is that it stems from a Russian conspiracy against American values and American democracy.
                              You do realize who you are talking about when you say "mainstream", right? The same lunatics that are on this weird Jihad against Trump and everyone else that disagrees with their Socialist garbage.

                              We will get it sorted out, somehow. People who have no respect for reason & evidence can't last forever, can they?

                              Originally posted by Artyom_A View Post
                              With a more sober assessment there would be more chances to resolve or at least minimize the conflict.
                              Right. GIve Trump a chance to straighten things out, he's done pretty good so far, eh?
                              And as for you guys, you could give the Visegrad people some encouragement, instead of the damn EU.
                              "Why is the Rum gone?"

                              -Captain Jack

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                              • #60
                                On a related note, is it not racist to claim the whole of China is racist because of a single comment?
                                Wisdom is personal

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