You have to admit, you don't see this everyday. I would know...
I mean...you don't see normally see Asians getting on stage and speaking to different groups of people on topics not regarding finance or business, it
is a rather rare occurence. Asians are not normally 'right wing gun totin' nut jobs', they are traditional people, quiet people, family people,
stick-to-my-own-business-and-keep-my-family-safe people. Yet there he is, on stage, putting his reputation on the line (reputation and family name is
a huge part of Chinese tradition, you may not disgrace the family name, you may not embarrass the family).
Gee, I wonder if he believes in what he's saying, or if he is just a gun hoarder trying to keep his hobby safe?
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Everything he said was and is true. I love the America I grew up in but I hate what it is becoming. I see a lot of talk and no one actually doing
anything, it was nice to see and hear another American citizen say what we are all thinking.
I am honestly worried about the future of this country for my children's sake even more than mine. I at least have the memories of being a child in a
free country, of being able to play outside with other kids. Of toy guns and cops and robbers. My kids don't have what I had and it breaks my heart. I
dont know if this behavior from our government will pass once his four years is up or if this is just the beginning of complete tyrannical government
control. I fear for people who threaten the government because we all know what really happens to them, but to not oppose this oppression is a sin in
itself. We can still fight with our voices, they might be trying but the freedom of speech still stands.
Here is an article I found awhile back I think you'll enjoy it.
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