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Anti-American Asians Don't Speak for Me

gnance Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 10:28 AM
If the USA is so bad, then Chinese women should stop coming here to birth anchor babies. Every child native-born is considered a US citizen, at age 18 they can return to the USA to reclaim US citizenship, get a passport, work and go to college. Until age 26 they can enlist or get an officer's commission in the US military, and they qualify for a security clearance with access to sensitive information, which in the electronics age of today can be transmitted instantly around the globe.
GeoInSD Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 12:20 PM
I have been to China MANY times, have many friends in China and from China in the US. My ancestors left China around 1860. While I really enjoy VISITING China, I am glad my ancestors left. I don't know anyone who thinks China is a more virtuous country than the US. I don't think Jackie Chan's opinions are shared fully by the common Chinese, especially not his opinion of the US. One Chinese friend of mine and I were discussing just last week how disastrous it would be if China became the #1 world power without the US to counter balance it.
rivenburg Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 1:15 PM
"how disastrous it would be if China became the #1 world power without the US to counter balance it. "

Disasterous for all including the Chinese people in China. Several people have come to this same conclusion: Without America, the rest of the world will get MORE tyranical.
Some, including me believe that without America (as it WAS), this world will be SO corrupt it will spiral into death throes complete with nucler and biological war ending in the extinction of humans and possibly the entire biosphere.
Martial arts movie legend Jackie Chan deserves a rhetorical roundhouse kick to the mouth. So does his pal PSY, the Korean rapper whose "Gangnam Style" music video has racked up more than a billion views worldwide. Both men have raked in big bucks from Western fans while trashing the very freedoms and cultures that made them superstars.

Last week, The Washington Post spotlighted a recent interview Chan did with Chinese TV in which he accused America of being "the most corrupt country in the world." The Hong Kong-born Chan also admitted proudly that he is a propagandist for the Communist Chinese government....