28 January, 2020

White Philosophy for Newbies: East vs. West and the Chinese Coronavirus in America

Posted by Socrates in America, America the White nation, America's founders, Asia, Asians vs. Whites, China, disease, East vs. West, Eastern culture, global citizens, global citizenship/world citizenship, global vs. local/regional, globalization, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline, Western preservation ideas at 7:17 am | Permanent Link

(Above: not a Westerner, but if he moved to Florida he’d magically become one overnight! No more flied lice, er, lice! The United States of America was founded in 1776 by 118 White men; our laws, values and customs are White)[1].

Back in the 1950s, there was a clear line between East and West. The East was where strange-looking people with slanted eyes lived: China, Japan, Korea. The West was where normal people lived: America, Canada, England, France, Germany — you know: White people, who know what “humor” is (and who don’t eat dogs and cats). But not anymore! Thanks to globalism, multiculturalism and Judeo-liberalism, East and West mean nothing today.

The coronavirus apparently came from Asians eating exotic animals raw (e.g., bats, snakes, pandas).

Here’s an idea: why don’t the gooks stay on their side of the planet and stop polluting our side with weird diseases, okay? Okay! That way, the slants can eat all the uncooked bats they want without killing normal people.



[1] 118 White men created the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the U.S. Constitution; there’s no “R” sound in the Chinese language, so they can’t say “fried” or “rice”

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