Jackie Chan Insults Chinese People

Jackie Chan Insults Chinese People

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Mirolyuba

Coquitlam, Canada

#1 Apr 22, 2009
Apparently now that he has made his millions in free countries, Jackie Chan feels that he is now positioned to turn on those free countries and their values as a member of the master landlord class in CCP China, and can insult his countrymen by alleging that they are inferior to other peoples and nations.

Are Chinese people really all dumb coolies as Mr. Chan maintains? Inherently inferior to other peoples and too primitive to have any right to govern their own affairs?

Or is he just an immoral opportunist seeking approval from the Chinese Communist Party by agreeing with their long-standing position that the Chinese are an inferior and backwards people who must be trained and treated like dogs?

I think the latter is true, and Jackie Chan is a shallow, selfish traitor to the Chinese people and nation. I will never watch one of his films again, and encourage others to ignore this arrogant fool.

What do you think?
Mirolyuba

Coquitlam, Canada

#2 Apr 22, 2009
Join the Boycott:

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news...

A great idea! Boycott all his work.

Jackie Chan can ask his friends in the Chinese Communist Party, and their pals from the DPRK to watch his films.

And then they can all insult the Chinese people with contemptuous remarks about their sub-human nature together in the theatre, and laugh, and laugh, and laugh.
Mirolyuba

Coquitlam, Canada

#3 Apr 22, 2009
Note that Wen Jia Bao was in attendance, and no doubt vigorously applauded the insult to the Chinese people.

Wen really sees the Chinese people as stupid livestock to be used by the Chinese Communist Party, so this is right in line with his and the party's position. Shameless sucking up to the tyrants will get Jackie their blessing----but decent people everywhere will treat him and his work with revulsion.

I see a new series coming soon on CCTV with Jackie Chan in the lead, as he is now "box-office poison" in the West, Hong Kong and Taiwan!

Since: Sep 08

Madison, WI

#4 Apr 22, 2009
I think there's a chance Jackie was being ironic - of course, if Wen's in attendance he has to be a "good little boy," right?

But saying "Chinese people need to be controlled" was guaranteed to get a huge outcry; obviously he's not dumb, he knew that.

I think he got away with something and dissed the Party but good.
Mirolyuba wrote:
Note that Wen Jia Bao was in attendance, and no doubt vigorously applauded the insult to the Chinese people.
Wen really sees the Chinese people as stupid livestock to be used by the Chinese Communist Party, so this is right in line with his and the party's position. Shameless sucking up to the tyrants will get Jackie their blessing----but decent people everywhere will treat him and his work with revulsion.
I see a new series coming soon on CCTV with Jackie Chan in the lead, as he is now "box-office poison" in the West, Hong Kong and Taiwan!

Since: Mar 08

Long Island City, NY

#5 Apr 22, 2009
All people are and should be controlled with rules, laws, and regulations. It is the populists & anarchists that has mislead the population to think otherwise.
LOL

North Chicago, IL

#6 Apr 22, 2009
Sile wrote:
I think there's a chance Jackie was being ironic - of course, if Wen's in attendance he has to be a "good little boy," right?
But saying "Chinese people need to be controlled" was guaranteed to get a huge outcry; obviously he's not dumb, he knew that.
I think he got away with something and dissed the Party but good.
<quoted text>
You idiots even know what you are talking about? You dumbass must have very poor comprehension of Chinese or read a very bad translation of what Jackie Chan actually said.
Mirolyuba

Coquitlam, Canada

#7 Apr 22, 2009
Sile wrote:
I think there's a chance Jackie was being ironic - of course, if Wen's in attendance he has to be a "good little boy," right?
But saying "Chinese people need to be controlled" was guaranteed to get a huge outcry; obviously he's not dumb, he knew that.
I think he got away with something and dissed the Party but good.
<quoted text>
I doubt it, given the frantic backtracking and spin he is attempting now. And how could such public criticism of his obvious contempt for the Chinese people work to his advantage ANYWHERE outside the CCP?

But now he is a "hero" and "loyalist" to the CCP; exactly what he must have craved by saying such crude and false things with Wen Jia Bao in the audience. He sucked up to the CCP, and hoped no one would notice.
Mirolyuba

Coquitlam, Canada

#8 Apr 22, 2009
More on Chan's shameless sucking up to the Chinese Communist Party while insulting his people:

http://www.beyondhollywood.com/jackie-chan-sa...

The title is misleading, though.

Chan is all in favour of freedom for himself. Just not for the Chinese people owned by his CCP pals.
Mirolyuba

Coquitlam, Canada

#9 Apr 22, 2009
More flak from Chan's characterization of all Chinese as dumb subhuman coolies:http://www.marketwatch .com/news/story/taiwanese-grou ps-call-boycott-chan/story.asp x?guid=%7B76288E63-7CBC-4AB5-8 881-7EDDC36840FC%7D&dist=m sr_1

Note that "China Daily" the CCP propaganda rag is defending him. So much for "Sile"'s "theory".

Since: Mar 08

Laguna Hills, CA

#10 Apr 22, 2009
Fact: Dumb people follows the rules, smart people circumvent the rules making it necessary to draw up even more rules.
tea

London, UK

#11 Apr 23, 2009
Mirolyuba wrote:
Apparently now that he has made his millions in free countries, Jackie Chan feels that he is now positioned to turn on those free countries and their values as a member of the master landlord class in CCP China, and can insult his countrymen by alleging that they are inferior to other peoples and nations.
Are Chinese people really all dumb coolies as Mr. Chan maintains? Inherently inferior to other peoples and too primitive to have any right to govern their own affairs?
Or is he just an immoral opportunist seeking approval from the Chinese Communist Party by agreeing with their long-standing position that the Chinese are an inferior and backwards people who must be trained and treated like dogs?
I think the latter is true, and Jackie Chan is a shallow, selfish traitor to the Chinese people and nation. I will never watch one of his films again, and encourage others to ignore this arrogant fool.
What do you think?
he was only being sarcastic.
tea

London, UK

#12 Apr 23, 2009
Mirolyuba wrote:
Apparently now that he has made his millions in free countries, Jackie Chan feels that he is now positioned to turn on those free countries and their values as a member of the master landlord class in CCP China, and can insult his countrymen by alleging that they are inferior to other peoples and nations.
Are Chinese people really all dumb coolies as Mr. Chan maintains? Inherently inferior to other peoples and too primitive to have any right to govern their own affairs?
Or is he just an immoral opportunist seeking approval from the Chinese Communist Party by agreeing with their long-standing position that the Chinese are an inferior and backwards people who must be trained and treated like dogs?
I think the latter is true, and Jackie Chan is a shallow, selfish traitor to the Chinese people and nation. I will never watch one of his films again, and encourage others to ignore this arrogant fool.
What do you think?
did he meant it or was he being sarcastic?

“Rudeness is the weak man's”

Since: Nov 08

imitation of strength.

#13 Apr 23, 2009
I would hope that he was kidding or someone took his words out of context. I always liked Jackie Chan.
old china

Chengdu, China

#14 Apr 23, 2009
Mirolyuba wrote:
Are Chinese people really all dumb coolies as Mr. Chan maintains? Inherently inferior to other peoples and too primitive to have any right to govern their own affairs?
Please provide proof for Jackie Chan using the words "Chinese people really all dumb coolies"? I am also at a loss to see where he described Chinese people as "inherently inferior to other people and too primitive to have any rights to govern their own affairs".

Perhaps you can tell us where these words origionated if not from your own twisted mind?
Andrez Lopez

United States

#15 Apr 23, 2009
Mirolyuba wrote:
Apparently now that he has made his millions in free countries, Jackie Chan feels that he is now positioned to turn on those free countries and their values as a member of the master landlord class in CCP China, and can insult his countrymen by alleging that they are inferior to other peoples and nations.
Are Chinese people really all dumb coolies as Mr. Chan maintains? Inherently inferior to other peoples and too primitive to have any right to govern their own affairs?
Or is he just an immoral opportunist seeking approval from the Chinese Communist Party by agreeing with their long-standing position that the Chinese are an inferior and backwards people who must be trained and treated like dogs?
I think the latter is true, and Jackie Chan is a shallow, selfish traitor to the Chinese people and nation. I will never watch one of his films again, and encourage others to ignore this arrogant fool.
What do you think?
Jackie Chan meant that China is not ready for American style of DemocraZy yet. What he said is true. China at this point needs a totalitarian rule in order to consolidate her territories and protect her borders after 200 years of foreign intervention.

Boycott Jackie's movies? No way! I watch his movies once a week on Telefuturo, a Spanish TV channel. I like to listen to him speaking Spanish. His films are all adapted into Spanish perfectly.

Jackie is a Chinese patriot. You, Mirolyuba, are a traitor, a sour-graper, an idiota.
Malon

Kuala Kangsar, Malaysia

#16 Apr 23, 2009
china did have a taste of democracy long ago under KMT, but it led to real disaster. The countryside was way too poor back then and warlords were going round bullying and killing innocents. KMT was only powerful in the main cities, the warlords were ruling the countryside. People did taste freedom but it ain't so much different from CCP in the end. KMT even wanted to talk truce to allow Japan to invade china during WW2, wat kind of government does that.(This is not any CCP version, it is the real story) Not even any americans would allow that to happen to their own country. Democracy in china has failed
Two Cents

Redwood City, CA

#17 Apr 23, 2009
Thailand is not doing so well with its democracy. 47% of American want more socialism. I like Jackie Chan. He is showing that he understands what is going on in the world, and not just doing his kungfu fighting and reading his script.
Mirolyuba

Coquitlam, Canada

#18 Apr 24, 2009
tea wrote:
<quoted text>
did he meant it or was he being sarcastic?
"Sarcastic"?

Try "opportunistic"! Who was in the audience? He kowtowed to the CCP criminals for personal advantage and prestige in their system, and betrayed his people and their values, and the system that made him successful, in the process.

He is in essence saying that Chinese people are too stupid and primitive to ever decide on their own government. That is an insult; anywhere and anytime.
Mirolyuba

Coquitlam, Canada

#19 Apr 24, 2009
old china wrote:
<quoted text>
Please provide proof for Jackie Chan using the words "Chinese people really all dumb coolies"? I am also at a loss to see where he described Chinese people as "inherently inferior to other people and too primitive to have any rights to govern their own affairs".
Perhaps you can tell us where these words origionated if not from your own twisted mind?
If they are NOT dumb coolies, inherently inferior to other people and too primitive to have any right to govern their own affairs, why do they need to be "controlled" and not allowed freedoms that all others are? Because they are so clever and civilized?

My mind is clear. It is yours that is "twisted" by your slavish devotion to the CCP criminal regime. You would have us believe that Chan's assertion of the inferiority of Chinese people is a compliment, as your masters dictate!

But an insult it is.
Mirolyuba

Coquitlam, Canada

#20 Apr 24, 2009
Andrez Lopez wrote:
<quoted text>
Jackie Chan meant that China is not ready for American style of DemocraZy yet. What he said is true. China at this point needs a totalitarian rule in order to consolidate her territories and protect her borders after 200 years of foreign intervention.
Boycott Jackie's movies? No way! I watch his movies once a week on Telefuturo, a Spanish TV channel. I like to listen to him speaking Spanish. His films are all adapted into Spanish perfectly.
Jackie is a Chinese patriot. You, Mirolyuba, are a traitor, a sour-graper, an idiota.
Yes. I believe that ALL of you lackeys must pretend that his clear insult is actually praise, to better serve your masters in the CCP.

How sad.

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