classic projection, on the contrary it is you who are running out of arguments. I have already blown your other arguments to bits so now you are merely trying to throw out a bunch of random and unrelated arguments, in the desperate hope that something sticks.Yohan wrote:You see, you are running out of good arguments.rootlesscosmopolitan wrote:speak for yourself.
You are just living in your narrow minded world blaming racist related issues for your shortcomings.
I think you have never been beyond the borders of USA. You have clearly identity problems.
Why not to talk about privileges of many Asian Americans?
The door to Asia for lucrative business is much more open for Asian Americans than for white Americans, do you know that?
Asian Americans are often holding dual citizenship and make fairly good profit out of their connections to their own countries of origin in Asia.
Asian Americans are often allowed to own land in their native country, despite foreigners (regardless from USA or elsewhere) cannot own land in most Asian countries.
Asian Americans are often bilingual - good jobs as interpreters and translators. Most white Americans can speak only English.
You claim you speak as an Asian American for ALL Asian Americans, but this is simply said not true.
Most Asian Americans, as far as I know them, are very talented and in good financial shape and do not complain about trivial things like dating.
What is clearly different between you and the other Asian Americans I know is that you are sitting in front of your computer and are complaining, while other Asian Americans get on an airplane, working hard and keep the connection open between Asia and Northern America.
Also I don't have identity issues, but you clearly have mental issues.