Don't expect Philosophical Filipino to be capable of objectivity, as I mentioned on a previous discussion: viewtopic.php?p=112493#112493FreeYourMind wrote:Dude, do you think White men get a fair shake from the U.S. media and government? I'm not talking about the 1% of Whites and Jews on top, but the average White guy in U.S. society.
What he needs is to stop intellectualizing and blaming others for his problems and go spend a summer in Western Europe (like Germany or Italy). He has been thoroughly jaded and (racially) radicalized by American society and its racial baggage. Out in the normal world, people aren't totally predictable media-driven zombies so others judge you based on your character not solely on appearance.
Asian American males who complain about stereotypes, with a few rare exceptions, don't seem to do themselves any favors. Why don't you try to break them before complaining about them? Here's one example:
viewtopic.php?t=11031 Some good men (like Bruce Lee) face roadblocks based on prejudice, but that's life and hardly the case in PF's case. He's a loser. If he was any other race, he'd still be a loser and if anything have it even worse.
Asian Americans need to stop worrying about their racial identity so much. It's not attractive to anyone and f***ing annoying just like gays who make their sexual orientation the most important thing about them. Be an individual. The more you organize and go on a crusade against perceived injustice, the more you validate the stereotypes by being a collective of uniform Asians.
Try to understand, when you have the ability to solve your problems through action, you have little to complain about. There are people out there with REAL problems. Problems like their White homelands being flooded by Filipinos who breed like rabbits and shit up any place they come across, while indigenous people are denied opportunities to prosper. Notice how it is a physical, tangible problem with permanent repercussions, not one based on hurt feelings and emotions that won't matter in a decade. What if instead of acting like victims, Asian Americans imagined for a change they are the invaders and among the victimizers?