Black People : What do black people think of asians (chinese in particular)?

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  1. wetac0s

    wetac0s Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Lately it seems as if it's ok to target and harass asians even though asians are generally peaceful people. I was wondering what blacks think of asians (be honest). I think it is important for minorities to stick together if we are to overcome white domination. Sometimes I feel that white society wants to create tension between asians and other groups so that unification is not achieved.
     
  2. Clyde C Coger Jr

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    In the Spirit of Sankofa and Truth!




    wetac0s,

    The question is what do Asians think of Black People?

     
  3. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The oligarchy is not just white, and they want to cause internal divisions within all racial groups as well (Bosnia-Croatia)
    An African reporter was on the Gary Byrd Global Black Experience radio show back in the 90s and stated that Africans are told all kinds of derogatory stories about us, from other Africans.

    Regarding non white people, Malcolm had stated that the Conference of Bandung (1957?)
    hosted all of the people of Color around the world in a symposium to dialogue, their common opression and chart out common solutions.
    What ever actualy transpired , is not known.

    Chinese people are genuinely friendly without games, pretension and hating, if they don't like a person it s for a reason, not just hate.
    They have a knack for sensing who is real and who is full of it, in dealing with those outside their race

    Any race of people with an unbrocken cultural lineage and real racial unity, have the advantage of being cool, without hangups and baggage.

    However in regards the Chinese culture there are amazing similarities in belief systems and other things with us African Americans;
    boiled peanuts, pigs feet, collard greens, black eye peas, chittlins, ham, sausage, watermelon, smotherd steak, mustard greens, ox tails, pork chops, yams, string beans, fried shrimp, fried fish and fried chicken,
    Can be seen predominent in Chinese homestyle cuisine as much as in Soul food.
    They revere their ancestors and hold the family as something of a sacred unit, much athe same as in African culture.

    They have an internal reverence for us, and they actualy wonder when we will get our act together and achieve African ascendency as they have achived Chinese ascendency.

    They have after colonization, called us the sleeping Giants.

    Their god Fu Hsi is Black.
    When the bamboo curtain fell, a documentary was shown on PBS exposing rural areas that were never shown to the public.
    One depiction, showed a shrine out in the woods, of who the towns people in the area concidered to be God.
    The 2 story high statue, was of a man with an emperors garment, gold crown and his complexion
    was jet Black,

    TaMo the creator of Shaolin Chuan Kung Fu and the first martial art instructing monks of the Shaolin Temple were not just Black but dark Black,
    and thier paintings can be seen on the walls of several monasteries.

    Now just like the United States government, has interests goals and desires very diffrent from the Black folks living here,
    Chinese foreign and domestic policies, not only do not represent the ideologies of the citizenry, they are counter the political philosphic traditions of China from Confucius and Chuang-tze through Sun Yat Sen to Mao tse Tung.

    The present administration there, just like here in the US is corporate loving and
    hateful to Blacks globaly.
     
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    Divide & Conquer


    This question is a perfect example of how the Divide and Conquer strategy
    works. Divide and Conquer encourages a way of thinking that facilitates
    unnatural conflict between it's targets. "What do black people think of
    Chinese?" The question itself is a strategy. It places it respondents
    in their "black people" box and it asks them to place their subjects in a
    "chinese people" box. And it's usually done with talk that is meant to be
    taken as positive. Under the guise of "unification" for example.
    And while "black people" argue over whether or not chinese people are good
    or bad, we fall deeper and deeper into our boxes. Generalized accusations
    of bad or racist chinese people are met with generalized defenses of the
    chinese as good or nice. But the damage of Divide and Conquer is done by
    simply participating in a conversation wher generalized summaries of a
    people are invoked.. It doesn't matter whether the comments are good or
    bad.. both sides do the same thing. The act of summarizing what a
    people are, has an effect on your own concepts of what your people are.

    In other words:
    By imposing a generalized idea of what chinese people
    are, you are simultaneously imposing the idea that a nation of people can be
    generalized.. and that is one of the fundamental elements of white
    supremacist thought.

    so, I said all that, to say this: I'm not "black people" and I don't know
    "chinese people"... but if I see either one of them, I'll ask them for you.

    peace.
     
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    YOU ARE SO ON POINT IT'S FRIGHTENING !! How we adopt their ways and carry the load of negative stereotypes and own them. ^5 !!!
     
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    It is true that the devil wants us to think we are all different, but Asians are Original people too. The reality is its them (devils/white people) and us... Original people.
     
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    We have a general understanding.
    They don't think about me.
    I don't think about them.
    So far, it's worked out well for me.



    "And the beat goes on................"
     
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    i love chinese food......

    what are you?
     
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    the question depends on were one lives and the interactions one has had from childhood in school to adulthood and employment and community.
    Those living in a city wioth few Chinese will have a different view from those living in a city with over a million.

    And there is nothing wrong with viewing the question as Black first American second, because they(Chinese) have proven to the world that individualism is a myth and the collective mentality builds real tangible power!!!
     
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    decipherx1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    LOL EXCATLY!:SuN049:
     
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