- Feb 27, 2007
you're right. You know after I clicked from my post, my memory was jarred concerning this very issue that you post about the biracial-Korean babies and Philipinos that happened a few decades ago. I so remember this issue when I was young due to my own relatives of whom served in wars during the Vietnam war times and etc.
I've read about the Korean War and the affect in the 1950s it had on Black America. Those Asians are really strict and racist when it comes to biracial black/Africans and this is repetitive history. When black/African men went over there and slept around...well, they need to talk...
It ain't so. Show me where they prefer white babies over African babies. I know you cannot do it. But, I know little about Korean culture. Even so, I am sitting in the middle of the Korean community in Saint Louis as I write this. There is very little inter-ethnic mixture among Asians, regardless. Chinese seldopm mix with Japanese or Korean or vice versa. So, clearly this is not a race issue.
At the same time, I have several Chinese and Korean friends. In the past, I have had many Japanese friends. I have never known any to express racial sentimanets against Africans. Until I do, I will not nbelieve this racist non-sense that I hear all the time from Africans against Asians.