posted on Apr, 16 2020 @ 01:03 AM
As far as the racism goes, that's a cultural/traditional problem. Not for the Chinese, but for those that are on the receiving end of it.
I have always wondered why Asian cultures get a pass as it concerns racism.
For example: My nephews Dad is Chinese. His father's family opened the first Chinese "supermarket" in San Francisco. Very traditional. My sister, his
mother, is mixed but considered black upon appearance. Whatever.
My nephew is 22 now and throughout his ENTIRE life, his father's family has made excuse after excuse after excuse about why he is never invited to
major family functions. Its despicable.
His father lacks the backbone to address the issue formally for reasons no one's privy to, and it's just become the norm for my nephew. He's
"tolerated" because his existence cannot be denied, but that as far as it goes.
My nephew isn't exclusive to this crap either. I experienced more racism growing up from Chinese folks than any other group.
Obviously I'm mixed too and I tried to date Chinese girls who were interested in me as well and it NEVER panned out because the parents threw a rod
everytime I met them. I wasn't even allowed in the house, I waited on porch while they chewed out their daughters telling them only god knows what,
but it was tense!
For Asian girls, it is acceptable and permissible to date and marry caucasian men, but not men of color. It's very rare.
All this resurgence of racial hatred over the last couple decades or so, seemed to be narrowed against caucasians and people of color. It focused on
mostly overt discrimination and covert "institutionalized" racism. "Institutionalized" being highly debatable, but nevertheless, the Chinese ALWAYS
get a pass because they are masters of staying under the radar as it pertains to my point.
Smile, shake your hand, all of the common courtesies but will literally disown their children in many cases if they seek "other fields to graze in" so
to speak. My nephews father was lucky, if you wanna call it that, but he's garbage for allowing his family to do that to his son.
The Chinese own practically every shipping port in Africa, but don't want anything to do with the people.
The US has constantly made deals with countries that involve a number of the host countries citizens being allowed come to America as a bonus to work
and live. Some good, some bad, but the offer was genuine.
China really doesn't want to mix with anyone who isn't Chinese, but will play the part to seal the deal.
They will find themselves alienated and more despised soon enough as their artificial, smarmy ways become more transparent to all.
The supremacy attitude needs to go, but that would take generations to fix.