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America’s Anti-Asian Racism in Black and White

October 6, 2009

There was an interesting post over at Angry Asian Man about violence committed against Asian American students in Philadelphia.

While anti-Asian racism is American as apple pie, the interesting thing was that the perpetrators involved in these racist attacks were predominantly African Americans….

As documented by the Philadelphia Weekly, Asian American students at several Philadelphia high schools have been subject to not only  “name-calling, verbal threats, petty robberies, random punches in the head while walking down stairwells, and general intimidation” but also “massive rumbles where outnumbered Asian students were pummeled by packs of teens, sending several of the victims to hospitals.”

The article further notes,

Male and female Asian students—especially those new to the country, who speak little or fractured English—have been targeted over the past few years, in schools from the Northeast to South Philly, in elementary and high schools. Students and activists say that Chinese, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Pakistani and other Asian youth have been singled out, assaulted in cafeterias, hallways, on city streets, school buses and everywhere in between.

Indeed, the “culture of violence against Asian immigrants has existed for so long at some public schools that students almost accept that random beat downs are a part of life.”

As one student named Wei Chen put it, “They don’t even know you…. They just hit because you’re Asian.”

These Philadelphia schools and district administrators effectively practiced a policy of benign neglect that compelled Asian American students to launch petitions, write letters, hold meetings, and even stage walk-outs in protest.

As a result, school officials eventually began to address this violence by staging meetings with students and parents alike, increasing school security, and launching initiatives like something called the “International Welcome Squad.”

What was also notable about these anti-Asian assaults is how the Philadelphia establishment has been somewhat, shall we say, hesitant to call out the fact that the attackers are predominantly African American.

The Philadelphia Weekly article itself addresses this issue in a backhanded way: “While the victims and the school district are reluctant to lay the attacks at the feet of African-American students, the fact is that black students make up 62 percent of the total population. They tend to be the alleged perpetrators.”

The article goes on to assert that this anti-Asian sentiment is driven by general battles for turf and dominance. Sociologist Elijah Anderson is thus quoted as explaining:

The outsiders—the Asians who are making inroads—can then be called into account for any moves they make within that situation. You have race prejudice developing as a sense of group position, a proprietary claim on certain areas of the home turf…. It’s a human thing…. It could be Asians who get jumped. It could be blacks. It could be white, Italian, Jewish, whatever, if you know what I mean. This is not unique to blacks and Asians.

These attacks may be an abstract human thing, but they also involve specific forms of anti-Asian racism and violence.

If the situation had been reversed and the attackers were mostly Asian American students and the victims were African Americans, would there be such a tendency to minimize the issue of racism?

That’s doubtful.

One probable factor in cases like this one is Oppression Olympics. In general, Oppression Olympics creates a hierarchy of oppression in which, for instance, the racism suffered by one group is considered insignificant to that of another group that has greater perceived claim to historical suffering. Not surprisingly, self-styled Progressives of many stripes are particularly guilty of playing this game of Oppression Olympics.

Since African Americans have been historically oppressed by America, there is a hesitancy to fully address acts of racism or prejudice committed by African Americans against other minority groups–unless they can somehow be fit into mainstream American complaints about supposed “reverse racism.” One stark example is the anti-immigrant vitriol espoused by some African Americans.

Ultimately, America is about power–not justice. Since African Americans have more political representation and power than Asian Americans, they will have greater ability to define the meaning of these events according to their interests than Asian Americans–not unlike how White America routinely does on a much greater institutional scale.

In general, inter-minority conflict in America is something that often gets swept under the rug. America’s current racial/ethnic paradigm is still largely dominated by Blacks and Whites, with their perspectives and issues marginalizing that of other groups.

Indeed, some academics have insisted that America’s racial system is evolving towards a supposed “Black/Non-Black Divide” in which Asian Americans and Latinos will be assimilated into White America in opposition to Black America.

In other words, you have only two choices of identification.

You are either Black or White.

Or as George W. Bush would say, you are either with us or against us,

This kind of Black-White political straightjacket, however, will increasingly be untenable in twenty-first century America, as other minority groups grow in numbers and presence–and seek to develop their own independent politics.

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  1. October 6, 2009 5:14 pm

    Good post.
    I often wish America would do more racial discussion outside of the usual black & white. Black & white is important, no doubt, but then it’s almost like every other group doesn’t matter. And then that leads to being called out when you try to bring up something else, like this post. So maybe we’ll both be called racist or something.

  2. October 8, 2009 3:59 pm

    “And then that leads to being called out when you try to bring up something else, like this post. So maybe we’ll both be called racist or something.”

    Hi Invasian. In the age of Obama and post-racialism, pointing out acts of racism is apparently now considered racist. ;)

    And I agree with you about the Black-White thing. If Asian Americans don’t try to carve out our own voice and independent political agenda in the USA, Asian American concerns won’t get heard.

    For instance, why aren’t these attacks against Asian American students in Philadelphia considered hate crimes? Or at least getting more media attention?

    I am pretty sure if other students from other racial groups were targetted in this manner, there would be more media coverage about them.

    The reason is because racism against Asian people is acceptable in America, whether the attackers be White, Black, or whomever.

    Until Asian Americans step up and make anti-Asian racism an issue, it will be minimized and largely swept under the rug.

  3. frank byzinski permalink
    December 4, 2009 10:07 am

    I use to go to South Philly High back in the ’60’s. It was mostly white (Italian kids). Very few blacks. No Asians. Yes, the whites and blacks use to fight but this was before this brainwashing called ‘political correctness.’ Back then nobody accused the other race of racism or called the ACLU. We just beat each other up because we didn’t like the other race. Then the blacks started using the ‘race card’. So that if a black started a fight on a white the black would accuse the white of ‘discrimination’ in their defense. And the white kid would be suspended even though he/she was the victim. So I would use the methods of the blacks and call in the ACLU.

  4. j davies permalink
    December 9, 2009 12:35 am

    It is truly sad that productive Asian students are subjected to the behavior of sissy boy ghetto thugs who are basically cowards and only attack in packs. The Asian students should be transferred to a civilized school in the suburbs and leave the thugs to rot in their own filth and so called ‘culture.’

  5. Herneith permalink
    April 5, 2010 2:54 am

    The reason is because racism against Asian people is acceptable in America, whether the attackers be White, Black, or whomever.

    That is the flip side of being considered the ‘model minority’. Everyone thinks that Asians are doing okay when it comes to racism, racist attacks. Racialized folks should stick together in order to stop white supremacy. This hierarchical racism is nothing but a ploy to prevent this.

    This kind of Black-White political straightjacket, however, will increasingly be untenable in twenty-first century America, as other minority groups grow in numbers and presence–and seek to develop their own independent politics.

    This may already be happening!

  6. April 5, 2010 2:41 pm

    I haven’t read the other comments. I usually don’t.

    “One probable factor in cases like this one is Oppression Olympics. In general, Oppression Olympics creates a hierarchy of oppression in which, for instance, the racism suffered by one group is considered insignificant to that of another group that has greater perceived claim to historical suffering. Not surprisingly, self-styled Progressives of many stripes are particularly guilty of playing this game of Oppression Olympics.

    Since African Americans have been historically oppressed by America, there is a hesitancy to fully address acts of racism or prejudice committed by African Americans against other minority groups–unless they can somehow be fit into mainstream American complaints about supposed “reverse racism.” One stark example is the anti-immigrant vitriol espoused by some African Americans.”

    I don’t under “self-styled Progressives of many stripes” meaning but I’m going to respond to the article despite my retardation.

    racism/white supremacy- I use the terms interchangeably. My definition is a global system of people who classify themselves as white and are dedicated to abusing and/or subjugating (consciously and/or unconsciously) everyone in the known universe whom they classify as nonwhite.

    racist- Any white person who directly and/or indirectly, consciously and/or unconsciously mistreats a person because they are nonwhite.

    prejudice- a preconceived judgment or opinion

    I think the vast confusion and problem of nonwhites is the confusion that other nonwhites can be racist and that’s far from the truth. (Even white so called anti-racist Tim Wise has said this on The C.O.W.S. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/victim-of-racism) Other nonwhites can and do mistreatment other nonwhites but nonwhite themselves can not be racist. To be a racist indicates power of over all other groups of people. No nonwhite/s have ever indicated they have power over those classified as white. That’s why I use racism/white supremacy interchangeable.
    The racists/white supremacists ALLOW the nonwhite/s mistreatment of other nonwhite/s and therefore they are most to blame and responsible. I think everyone would agree, the racists/white supremacists don’t put up with nonwhite people mistreating white people. When children are misbehaving we don’t blame the children we blame the parents, when their is chaos and accidents on a ship you don’t blame those on the deck you blame the captain for the captain is the one with the most power therefore most responsible. People do not go to the crew and ask for change they go to the one who has the most power and can solve the problem that is the captain. Therefore the teachers, principles and staff are most to blame for this nonwhite on nonwhite violence because THEY ALLOW the violence to occur. Talking about it and actually stopping the nonwhite on nonwhite violence when it is witnessed are two different things.
    Nonwhite on nonwhite mistreatment occurs because instead of countering acting the system of racism/white supremacy nonwhites take their frustration of their mistreatment out on another impotent victims of racism/white supremacy and that’s a punk move. It is also to be expected as long as the system of racism/white supremacy exists. The more informed nonwhites/victims of racism/white supremacy I suspect the less nonwhite on nonwhite mistreatment will occur.
    Unfortunately Asians have been pictured as “house negros” to other nonwhites, as if the nonwhite mistreatment hardly exist if not at all and I know that’s far from truth. So I encourage all victims of racism/white supremacy to keep writing and learning about racism/white supremacy esp. so called Asians since the Asian voice has been muffled. I also suggest do not name-call, mistreat other nonwhites or allow the divide nonwhites because the division is exactly how the racists/white supremacists cause conflict and confusion between nonwhite groups that the racists/white supremacists have designated.

    About the word “prejudice” everyone prejudges one wouldn’t be able to function if they didn’t judge rather something would be correct or incorrect, the problem is mistreatment. Just because you have an opinion on someone that doesn’t mean you should mistreat that person which includes direct/indirect mental abuse, verbal abuse (name-calling among other examples) and violence. Also I want to point out that the racists/white supremacists don’t have to have an opinion that a nonwhite/s are stupid, bad, or whatever to mistreat a nonwhite person because they are nonwhite. The only requirement is that person is nonwhite.

    The Ignorance Card

    http://mellamotaterpie.blogspot.com/2010/04/pick-card-any-cardlets-talk-about.html

    About anti-immigrant vitriol, as long as the system of racism/white supremacy exists and nonwhites are confused of how it works this will continue to exist. The problem with so called nonwhite citizens of so called america is that they do not see that so called immigrants are here because the white supremacists want them here. Nonwhite so called american citizens feel that the so called immigrants are taking up their opportunities, chances, resources what these confused victims of racism/white supremacy do not see is that the racists/white supremacists are IN CONTROL of the disbursement of opportunities, chances and resources. So the nonwhite so called american citizens should not have beef nor mistreat nonwhite so called immigrants, they should be countering acting the system of white supremacy because it is only when white supremacy is eliminated and replaced with justice (where no one is mistreated and those who need the most help gets it) that peace is possible.

    I’ve done enough talking,I’ll hush up now,lol.
    RWSWJ

  7. August 17, 2010 11:08 pm

    Your article depresses me for sooo many reasons. For one I think it flat out ignores the numerous cities and states that don’t have this problem which dues have a race factor but also have a “low class ignorant people will do some low class ignorant things”, why can Asians use that excuse to let off a whole portion of the world that’s frankly unwelcoming of Blacks but blame the bottom of the black economical barrel for it’s Xenophobia? There are so many communities where Blacks and Asians coexist with no problems like the one I live in. Your blog entities paints a huge brush over all blacks when the reality is only a small minority of pathetic ones resort to such things. Even in that case of High School abuse it’s was one group of harasser while the majority of the black students had no problems with Asians. I have many many Asian-American friends and my black friends have Asian friends and we all hangout there isn’t a color thing between us. I am very empathic of your plight in the Philadelphia Area and other isolated incidence, trust me when I say I read articles and videos about Black on Asian racism and I’m embarrassed.
    However like most real Asian American Activist will tell you Black on Asian racism isn’t a big enough problem to attract attention at a national level and individual communities need to organize to take care of the problem through engagement and civil involvement, you know the sort of things you Model Minorities avoid. I would love to see open dialogged and a honest attempt to get to the root of the problem and solve it rather then complaining that Blacks are reverse racist and that society is giving us a free pass, really that is just a ignorant argument that shows how little you actually know of the situation. Furthermore do you think this article is helpful to creating racial harmony or is it just good creating more misunderstanding and hate.

  8. August 20, 2010 5:38 am

    @ChrisX88

    “Furthermore do you think this article is helpful to creating racial harmony or is it just good creating more misunderstanding and hate.”

    Raising issues of anti-Asian violence is now considered “hate”? To be blunt, some of the arguments that you make (like mentioning that you have “Asian friends”) are typical of the irrevelant rationalizations that you usually hear from White racists.

    The days in which Asian Americans will ignore acts of anti-Asian racism (whether that be by White or Black people) is over.

    In the case of Philly, these acts are anything but isolated and have been recurring for years–with the tacit support of the Philadelphia school district and political establishment.

    And the Black-White domination of racial issues in the USA will no longer stand. Other minorites from Latinos to Asians to Arabs will make their voices and issues heard–no matter how much certain groups are hostile to it.

  9. Bob permalink
    September 18, 2010 6:32 pm

    Patriotism used to be the last refuge of a scoundrel. Now it’s continuously shrieking racism.

  10. October 15, 2010 2:37 pm

    @asianamericanmovement
    Your actively trying to turn me into a enemy. Listen to your wording it’s clearly hateful in nature. I am one of the biggest avocations of equality and spend much of my time dealing with Asian issues. I only mention Asian friends to illustrate the point that the vast majority of African-Americans hold no ill-will towards Asian-American. I am extremely disgusted by the cases of Black on Asian racism like I am to Asian on Black racism and by no means try to white-wash it in favor of some politically correct vision of what American society is but merely point out that they are in fact isolated incidence. South Philadelphia is by no way a reflection of Black/Asian race relations but a prime example of one community extreme xenophobia, it needs to be dealt with by South Philadelphian and possibly the national guard.
    I will admit race relation in America is generally focused on White and Black but by no means is it because Blacks aim to silence other minorities by means of Oppression Olympics of whatever creative tropes can be coined it is largely because of our history of actually speaking up for our issues. I will help Asian-American to the best of my abilities but it’s hard to do so when I’m being accused of hostilities for voicing my opinion on the issues.

    “the Black-White domination of racial issues in the USA will no longer stand. Other minorites from Latinos to Asians to Arabs will make their voices and issues heard–no matter how much certain groups are hostile to it.”

    Great! but your only playing into the model minority trope of demonizing one group while portraying your team as the noble victims… forgive the pun but nothing is that black and white but what do I know I’m inherently a reverse racist to you only capable of defending my race and my bias on issues render my statements invalid and corrupt no matter how much I agree with what your actually saying. I’m just asking you to not label all blacks because of things that happen in South Philadelphia that’s akin to me saying Asian-Americans are responsible for all the racism Black face in Asian Countries.

    Your article isn’t one that seeks resolution and racial solidarity, it’s a outright attack on African-Americans at large because you feel jealous and angry at the “Political power wielded by Blacks” that has occurred from us engaging in protest and organizing. Instead of just doing the same and discussion where our racial relation is weak at and working on it in a bipartisan matter you aim to criticize and further divide.

    The goal isn’t to have a Country of many racial groups bidding for political power like you closed your article stating but rather to form a more perfect union, to move forward.

  11. AfricanAmerican permalink
    November 1, 2010 4:26 am

    As an African American I find this truly embarassing. It’s shocking how a community that’s world-famous for being discriminated against and fighting against unfair treatment, could manage to be so violent and hateful towards another ethnic minority.

    However, I cannot say that I’m surprised. This kind of attitude toward Asian Americans is pervasive throughout the US. Growing up in an affluent white suburb, I know firsthand that while racism towards African Americans is taboo and off-limits, Asian Americans are considered fair game. From my experience, young whites are much more “undercover” with their racism towards Asians. It was not uncommon for the one or two Asian American students to be laughed at and mocked behind their backs, and for the white and (few) black students to create an atmosphere of subtle exclusion. This was all fueled by the general idea that Asians weren’t “real Americans”, and that they were “weird”.

    I think that poorer African Americans harbor the same attitude towards Asian Americans, but the difference is that they don’t express it as much through subtlety and social alienation, but instead through more overt, violent means.

    Therefore I think that it’s most important to address the attitude itself as opposed to how the attitude manifests itself. The idea of Asian Americans as fundamentally foreign is deeply rooted in American culture and will be difficult to undue, but I think that’s the only way we’ll see things like this stop.

    P.S. I appreciate the lack of animosity towards African Americans in this article and the comments. Most other ethnic groups would be hurling racial slurs by now. I really hope this doesn’t give you a bad view of African Americans, because I can assure you that the majority of us would be absolutely OUTRAGED to hear about this, if only it were more widely publicized.

  12. janedoewalks permalink
    December 17, 2010 4:53 am

    “The reason is because racism against Asian people is acceptable in America, whether the attackers be White, Black, or whomever.”

    i agree. i lived in norristown, pa for a short while and, fortunately, never had these problems, nor was i a student.
    i have lived in durham, nc {now nationally known thanks to the Cleveland Show} and now dunnellon, fl.
    the further south you get {i grew up in CT, MA, NH} the worse the racism becomes. there were many racists in new england, but there were even more people who would stand up and say {to people of their own skin colour or not} “you are being racist and that is ignorant.”
    unfortunately, since living in durham, nc i have become more and more aware of the oppression olympics.
    i give you a lot of credit for wanting to make a difference and believing you can. i support this movement, unfortunately, due to much of the casual and spiteful social, day-to-day mannerisms of the majority of the population in durham, nc i dont believe that there is any chance for current change. it will be at least two generations in culmination.

  13. ufckurslf permalink
    December 17, 2010 5:15 pm

    Ha ha! “to form a more perfect union” haven’t I heard that one before…according to whom, YOU!
    Next, why don’ t you explain Chinese civilization for the rest of us and tell asian- americans how they should feel and behave. if everyone one agrees upon ur concept of racial understanding– why not let asians join ur naacp? Spend a week or two wrestling with that one.

  14. brainhemrage permalink
    December 17, 2010 5:26 pm

    What the f**k do you care about how blacks are treated in Asian countries ? Just focus on improving ur group’s lot in the western hemisphere. Not one mention of poor old Haiti…asian global govts been giving mils in aid…how come there aren’t more Asians living there?

  15. Pierre permalink
    June 24, 2011 3:39 am

  16. Andy permalink
    December 22, 2011 5:39 am

    White people in the United States and Canada think they can run over Asian Americans or immigrants and now it has risen to a blatantly alarming high percentage. The military is an excellent example. The whites and black uncle Toms feel they have an oriental isolated when deployed to war zones and think it is a free for all to abuse Asian American soldiers and marines. They are extreme cowards and do not care about the mission at hand against the enemy. I have read so many posts with obviously whites, white soldiers, or former white soldiers commenting that it must be that the Asian American soldier was a poor soldier. This is white bullshit and cowardice again. It is obvious when I was a soldier I always was given the harsher treatment and even calls racial slurs but, coward soldiers and ex soldiers would say I was imagining that because I am making excuses for being a substandard soldier or piece of excrement. This is identical how African American soldiers were treated when white cowards were able to get away with this in society and in the military. A white American will never take responsibility for perpetrating racism and can never understand life long harassment because of race because they will never experience that on an unbelievable or ridiculous level like Asian Americans do. Whites are the main perpetrators of racism throughout American history. I think it’s high time Asians band together and forge their way like the Africans did and kick ass then the names and solidify their ties to China which truly has the most superior, largest, and dangerous army in the history of mankind. It’s time to use our resources and see who the real cowards are. If I am serving the United States as a soldier then I deserve the same respect and honor any soldier does. How can we fight against a common enemy when white racist are attacking us from behind. Where is the cohesiveness and sense in this?

  17. January 2, 2012 4:32 pm

    Ghetto Blacks hated Asians because they are not considered Black enough. During seggreation Era, Asians were allowed to into Whites only establishments. Nazi Germany considered Japanese as the Honorary Whites the same way as Apartheid White South African accepted Chinese as Whites.

  18. jason permalink
    February 19, 2012 3:10 pm

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nba-ball-dont-lie/whether-intentional-not-espn-since-deleted-headline-jeremy-192208429.html

    this is called a deep standing hate against asians in this country!!1

  19. Hapa American permalink
    February 24, 2012 12:33 am

    Is “Pikachu” a racial slur for Asians? I had this term directed at me once by, an African American. I wonder what they would think if they knew I was half-white and had half-black, half-Asian people in my family.

  20. Kari permalink
    February 27, 2012 4:54 pm

    In inner city African American communitites there is definitely a jealousy and resentment of Asian Americans and violence against you is commited due to this.
    Buuut African Americans have similar power/influence over the presentation of these situations as White Americans? Not at all.
    ” African Americans have more political representation and power than Asian Americans, they will have greater ability to define the meaning of these events according to their interests than Asian Americans–not unlike how White America routinely does on a much greater institutional scale.”

    African Americans are not in control at all (not even of our own media! BET is owned by the White company Viacom), White Americans are. It’s White America that portrays these incidents in an inaccurate manner, not us. It is not in our interests to work against Asians, it is in our interests to be allied with you (and Latinos, Native Americans, Arab Americans, etc.) but White America sees that if that happens their system of privilege will fall apart very quickly (remember the Third World Liberation Front? Effectiveness and minority cooperation at it’s best, God I wish we could make that happen again) so they continue to use the coverage/presentation of thse terrible incidents to pit us all against each other.

    Yes, African American violence and attitudes towards Asians needs to be addressed, definitely. It’s a very serious problem! Analysis of the situation is welcomed because conversation leads to action. But painting all Blacks as allied with Whites in supporting the system of oppression isn’t really a constructive way to do it, we are on your side (especially trhose of us actively concerned with social justice).

  21. rajathi permalink
    May 5, 2012 9:58 pm

    I am Indian (East Indian), and have been subjected to atrocious bigotry by blacks in America, ranging from “Go back to Where You Came From,” and as recently as this morning, insults to me and my “kind” by a black woman who almost hit me with her car. Blacks like to think they are above racism, but bigotry is human, and all humans unfortunately hate and discriminate.

  22. rajathi permalink
    May 5, 2012 10:03 pm

    Adding also that the black woman on a Phiily subway who yelled at me to “go Back to Where I Came from” also attempted to punch me in the face. I ducked–I’m much smaller in height & weight than she was. And what did I do to deserve this? I didn’t move sufficiently to allow her to pass through, because I was distracted by my weeping child.

  23. rajathi permalink
    May 5, 2012 10:14 pm

    @ Taterpie: You say: “Other nonwhites can and do mistreatment other nonwhites but nonwhite themselves can not be racist. To be a racist indicates power of over all other groups of people. ” If you cannot even acknowledge that non-white groups can be racisat because they, according to you, have no power, isn’t that a great arguement to not given non-white groups power? If you can’t even admit your atrocious conduct to other minorities because you hide under the bogus cover of having no power, then you deserve no power.

  24. gogo86 permalink
    May 29, 2012 4:47 am

    anti-asian racism and insults don’t just come from black and white people. Some hispanic people can be really aggressive against asians as well. I was called ‘chink’ twice in my own neighborhood (spanish harlem in manhattan), and both by hispanics. Another time the racial slur I heard come from two drunken african girls. I don’t want to sound offensive to anyone here but the fact is most white americans don’t say thing to your face even if they hate asians to the guts because they know they are the main target of ‘anti-racism criticism’. Whereas other minorities are less careful in this matter because being one of the minorities in this country somehow gives you an excuse for not being able to control your mouth.

  25. October 29, 2012 5:17 pm

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  26. singingbaboons permalink
    February 1, 2013 3:46 pm

    The problem faced by Asians in America is that they aren’t considered “Colored” or “Whites”.

  27. April 24, 2013 11:56 am

    I quite like looking through a post that will make men and women think. Also, thanks for permitting me to comment!

  28. Taisuke permalink
    September 7, 2013 3:11 pm

    I was teased a little by white guys but I just started talking to many of them and made friends and stopped being teased. I don’t think white guys hate us, they just have some stereotypes. Black racism towards us though seems much more hostile and hateful and for some reason people try to pretend it’s not happening so nothing is done about it.

  29. Paticks day permalink
    February 6, 2014 3:51 pm

    Asians in USA should all unite to aggressively and politically gain power in politics and mass media. That’s what the other ethinic groups in USA did to get their wish come true by influencing the politicians through special interest groups to turn lots of things into politically correct things; while they also dominated the mass media through entertainment and sports. What do they all have in common ? They got the financial power to move the politicians and the mind-controlling power to influence people through mass media.

  30. rong FU permalink
    May 16, 2014 12:54 pm

    I HATE NIGGERS AND I AM A CHINAMAN AMERICAN. THEY TREAT YOU THE WORST THEY ARE THE UGLIEST MOST UNWANTED SCUM NIGGER GIRLS AND NIGGER BOYS. I’M NOT A RACIST JUST HAVE THE BALLS TO TELL IT LIKE IT IS LIKE DR PHIL SAYS. LOVE BLACK FOLK WHO BEHAVE AND HAVE TRADTIONAL VALUES BUT THEY ARE IN THE MINORITY I HATE CHINKS TOO AND SPICS AND WIGGERS. IT’S THE BEHAVIOUR NOT THE RACE OK SO LETS START TELLING THE TRUTH AND CALLING PEOPLE OUT ON THEIR DISHONORABLE BEHAVIOUR OK ANGRYASIANMAN.

  31. Hindu Princess permalink
    June 9, 2014 7:57 am

    I have been told Hindus look like monkeys and should be deported, people born in India do not count as Americans, and Asians should all be deported. These sentiments came from African Americans or Hispanic persons. In America, if you are Asian and you won’t sleep with someone black, you are a racist. That is the spirit of Democrats and the liberal media, very abusive, financially, physically, sexually, and child abusive.

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