You got it wrong. I never pretend to be one of them. I always made it clear that I am 100% Asian. It is a display of my personal logical strength. In fact in different posts, I also admit to have a shorter yang-thingie just like other Asian males. You Asians are in denial all the time because you are inferior.<quoted text>
Ah, the khemer is out to smear Vietnamese. The last time you provided a link showing Germans commenting on your gene mutation, they actually said you have mental problems pretending to be one of them when you are actually an Asian. Are you always doing this kind of things?
So, my question for you is this: Are you naturally in denial or it is a skill your parents taught you? Perhaps it's your culture? Every Asians around you were in constant denial, and you pick up the skill when you grew up. This is one of the main reason why the Asians are inferior to the Whites.
You are associating with other Chinese, and you want China to rise up so that you can be proud of yourself and China.
I am different from you and other Chinese. I am proud of my personal superiority. I do not associate myself with other Asians. I have my personal talents to flaunt around. Make that clear.
This is a typical behavior of a Chinese. When a Chinese is around other Chinese, the guy want to put down others to feel better. When that same Chinese is around other races, say the White, or Black, the Chinese dude wants to pump Chinese up to feel good. I know your kind too well. Stop that. You have been exposed.
This is why the Chinese have the flip-flop mentality.
I remember when I was 11, my parents taught me Confucius classic. There was a story of an official getting a new suit from a famous tailor. The tailor asked him, "Sir, who will you meet when you wear the suit?"
The official was puzzled, "I plant to wear it when I meet my friends. Why do you ask?"
The tailor replied,
"If you wear it to meet your superior, I would cut the front a little shorter than the back, so that when you bend forward, the suit is even."
"If you wear it to meet your friend, I would cut the front and the back to be equal length."
"If you wear it to meet your subordinates, I would cut the front a little longer than the back so that your proud chest will not cause the suit uneven."
The official liked it every much, "Cut me a set of three, one suit for each occasion."
I was like that when I was a teen, "Humbling and bowing to my teachers yet I showed my superiority and dominance to my peers." Over time, the new Western culture sunk to me, I begun to develop my own style, code of ethic. I begun treat everyone equally with the same cordial behavior.
I estimate that the Asians are a couple hundred years behind in Western's thinking. You really need to improve. The Whites view you folks are a snake with no spinal cord, no ethical standard. You bow to your superiors, and you abuse the subordinates. That's wrong. And that's why Asia have been having so much problems.