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Anti-American Asians Don't Speak for Me

rigby4 Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 4:13 PM
I was walking with the help of two crutches after a auto accident threw Chinatown in NYC. There was a Korean guy sitting on a stool by the door of one of those shops. He got up and told me to have a seat while my wife and daughters shopped. While there he told me how US marines saved him and his family from the Chinese and shared what little food they had to keep them from starving and freezing. He loves this country and it's people for taking them in.
MadMaya Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 5:32 PM
People as individuals, one-on-one, can be kind, decent, tolerant, etc. It's "tribes" -- groups, organizations, nations -- that can be problematic. They are easily swayed and group-think is a hallmark. Think about France following WWII. America was the driving force that released that country from Nazi oppression. National gratitude lasted until De Galle came into power. You could still find kind treatment of Americans in the outlying regions of France, but in the major cities, forget it. Even so, a dear friend of mine for many years was French and from Paris. So again, individuals are fine. Groups? Not so trustworthy.
farpstabber1 Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 8:38 PM
HermanBB Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 4:31 PM
To rigby

Thanks for your anecdotal story about 1 person.

Meanwhile there are probably well over 1 billion people in Asia who would like to move here.

How much would a group that size be willing to assimilate instead of trying to take over?
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