Everybody Else Gets Racial Differences Except Equality Addled White Liberals

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Everybody Else Gets Racial Differences Except Equality Addled White Liberals
Everybody else in the world understands racial differences and differences in behaviour. The Chinese, especially among themselves, are racially conscious and have a backpack full of choice terms for foreigners. Whites, for instance, are “gwailo” — “pale ghosts. They are underwhelmed by the alleged joys of “diversity”. To suggest to the Chinese that they could use a couple hundred million Africans to improve their diversity and “grow their economy” would be to ask to be consigned to a looney bin.
Only equality addled White liberals believe in the equality of the races. This doctrine is foisted on us by the Cultural Marxists and the followers of Coudenhove-Kalergi who want to abolish European nationalities and replace us, via massive Third World immigration, with a new mixed race rootless and easily manipulated and ruled people.
A recent tip to passengers on an Air China inflight booklet is a case in point: “Like most seat pocket airplane magazines, Wings of China features anodyne articles, along with tips on cities served by Air China, the country’s flagship state-run airline.But the September issue, dedicated to tourist attractions in London and other well-known British towns, took a sharp detour into an international social media uproar and national embarrassment with some ill-chosen words on safety.

The passage, written in Chinese and English, said tourists should take precautions “when entering areas mainly populated by Indians, Pakistanis and black people.” It added: ‘We advise tourists not to go out alone at night, and females always to be accompanied by another person when traveling.'” (New York Times, September 7, 2016)

The advice was sound and sensible and based on racial reality.

An article in a recent issue of Wings of China, an Air China in-flight magazine, has drawn criticism as being racist. CreditKim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters

There was the predictable outrage over the Twittersphere. Equally predictably  was a swift Air China apology for “inappropriate expressions”, not for inaccuracy. Basically, they had got caught out telling the truth, truths which cannot be told in Western nations enchained in a dopey ideology of equality.”Air China was quick to apologize, saying on Twitter that it did ‘not condone discrimination in any shape or form’  and that copies of the magazine were being removed from all flights. Joyce Zhang, a spokeswoman for Air China in Beijing, said in an statement on Thursday that the article in Wings of China contained ‘inappropriate expressions’ and that in general its articles did not represent the opinions of Air China. The magazine apologized as well, blaming an ‘editing error’ for the travel warning.”

Apologies are always comical. The advice appeared in an Air China publication, How could it not represent their views? If not, whose views? British Airways. An “editing error”? No, it wasn’t a misplaced adjective or the failure to use a comma. It was the factual content which, quite sensibly, Air China refused to disown.