卖国骗子李开复

关于他,我2018年9月在知乎上发表了回答,对于为什么越来越不喜欢李开复的问题。

昨天,看到了搜狐上的别了,李开复–奇特“导师”不为人知的二三事,自然想起了我最初对李开复的认识。这篇文章我也微信宣传了一下,以下文字为介绍

记得高一时一无所知的我却被他的一本书所忽悠,当时基本只在美国学校环境中,对互联网行业并不了解,并对此有一定的敬畏感,所以这样的人写的东西,我自然就信了,当时我还无疑的把美国顶尖学校和技术公司非常看好,了解中国好多以美国或美国华人的眼光,后来慢慢通过知识和经验的积累敢于得出了在美国难以想象的结论:中国核心科技从美国根本没有得到多少,远远更多来自了前苏联,微软和谷歌算不上多么核心的科技,门槛没那么高,尤其后者主要依赖英文互联网,李开复在严重污染中国青年的世界观,最好和美国保持距离,有些贸易和学术交流就足够了,把更多的精力和资源放在发展中国自己的企业和机构,让那些给美国当买办的人彻底边缘化。

那本书《与未来同行》是我妈妈在读,我妈妈建议我读的,当时我的中文也不太好,但是那本书用的都是非常通俗的语言。记得当时我妈妈跟我说李开复当了微软的VP,又当了谷歌的VP。我爸爸妈妈都不是做软件开发员的,不是学计算机的,对计算机知道也很少,那时候我对计算机也一无所知,可是我的数学在同学里算好,自然我妈妈可能想我将来会对计算机感兴趣,并能把我引进这比较挣钱的行业。后来,我也在硅谷大公司当过码农,李开复当高管的这两家巨头我也都拿到过做软件开发的工作,在那些地方认识不少人,了解他们是怎么回事。

反正记得李开复在那本书里写的都是他的教育哲学,人生哲学,没啥真正特别有含义的东西,大多是比较神话硅谷成功的人,说美国如何如何好,中国教育和学校如何如何有缺陷,好多那些我当时可能都相信了。

后来,我学了计算机科学,写了直接影响上万用户的代码,了解这个行业是怎么回事儿了。同时,我也上了研究生的数学课,在高中和大学数学竞赛都得过一些不算大但不可忽略的奖,至少证明了我有一定的能力,认识了一些数学博士等等,就不那么好忽悠了。同样,我的中文也大所提高,让我接触到了一般在美国的人很难接触到的信息,更正确的了解了中国的历史背景。

说起中国的历史背景,李开复是国民党后代这一点,我最近才真正知道,当前,只知道他是台湾人,初中来了美国。他爸爸却是黑中共的“历史学家”,伯伯和叔叔都51年被人民政府枪毙了。非常明显,他有强大的势力背后支持他在中国搞渗透,这一点,我也是2018年才真正认识到。

在美国长大以美国的意识形态为标准自然是默认的,长大时所听到的对于中国都是中国制造质量差,中国缺乏创新,中国需要跑到美国才能更有creativity(创造性),看到最好的华裔科学家工作都是在美国做的,李开复写的也基本朝着这个方向。我来到美国是因为父母来,长大听到的好多是,能跑到美国的人都有一定的能力,因为我们有能力,你才能在美国享受优越的生活这类的话。得到的总是一种中国不行,小时候太穷,而我们那代的美国人都有资源活远远更丰富的生活,所以中国人都想跑到美国来,都要学习美国。简单的例子,那么多中国父母在美国叫孩子学钢琴,是因为他们自己小时候没那个机会,把它看成作为成功父母的标准之一,而且还会和其他父母比。

后来,我慢慢发现大多这些我接触的第一代移民的观念有很严重的问题。对于他们小时候的中国,个人是穷,没有钱,他们都学不了钢琴,但这不意味着不会有极少数孩子,来自特殊家庭或者特别有天分的能得到一些国家的资源成为钢琴演奏家(反正一个没很强的音乐天分的人学钢琴意义价值不大)。对于很多东西,他们看得非常表面,缺乏远见。他们觉得他们自己能和美国有关联,有不得了了,即使自己没啥地位,就是个非常普通的工程师,没想到白人都根本瞧不起他们。然后,一个在美国稍微混出点名堂来的华人,如李开复,那在这些人眼里就不得了了。

说实话,实质远远更重要,要看你懂什么,做了什么。美国也有底层,也有中国人跑到那儿刷盘子的,的确美国的牌子当年很有价值,但这都不是永恒,现在美国的牌子就远不如以前了,而会继续朝着这个方向走。随着这个趋势,李开复现在也不行了,现在中国人更加觉醒,更加认识到他也就是微软和反华谷歌的狗仔了,中国代理人。他那种做法不可能给他永久性的地位。因为他曾经忽悠了不懂事的孩子的我,成年的了解世面的我只会对他更加反感,就让他自食其果吧。

李开复骨子里就是美国买办人,他的心中使命就是把中国的政治形势破坏到永远受制于人的局面,好实现他的“洋人第一,他们第二,中国人最低”的梦想。他是帝国主义解放前在中国养育扶持的政治癌症的后代,这个癌症被杀掉了不少,而他却在妄想其复活。一位身不由己在美国长大的中国人支持中国人民全心全意彻底扫除李开复之类的害人虫!

记得我有一次提到了李开复和Steve Hsu(一位拿了CIA的钱以他的互联网安全公司在中国搞渗透的蒋介石的远亲)为非常成功的美国华人。对方的反应是“问题是一旦美国对他们施加一定的压力,他们就会毫不犹豫的背叛我们,伤害我们”。不光是李开复和Steve Hsu,凡是在美国养了没有退路的香蕉孩子的第一代移民,基本都可以给出这样的判断,例外是有,对那些例外及他们的孩子,我的忠告很简单:想法尽快脱离。

这些人都算代表性的国共分裂的遗产,而美国社会一直在提拔他们那样的人利用他们对中国进行分裂,对中国威胁最大的不是反华的白人,而是这些不中不洋三观不正的买办人。我个人一直在想如何能够让我的人生活的做的更有意义,更有价值。或许凭着我的天分,我却能在某理工科领域做出点名堂来,但我觉得在美国我所接受的环境和机会,我的这方面的天分没有得到充分的发挥。即使那条路走顺了,早晚还是会面临一定的尴尬,因为我的经验告诉我,无论个人混的多么杰出,华人在美国是难以持续的,那种环境对华人一代一代的传承是非常打压的,而这集体因素很难不影响到个人。

所以我更愿意利用我的能力和背景帮助中国打倒李开复这类的汉奸,巩固中华民族的凝聚力,为中华民族赢得更加和谐美好的未来!

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这个人没有给我他的邮箱,所以我只能以博文回复他(新的博文他早晚会看到的)。

他所说的”2nd latest blog post about giving up”是对我背景的反思。我没有真正的give up,对于走学术界,成为数学家(你们可以我的博客上有我写的纯数学的博文),更广一些就是在理工科,技术做出点名堂来,我可以说是基本give up了。我已经离开了学术界被精神污染了,就很难回去了。但是,我对我的人生还没有give up,我觉得自己还可创造不少价值,而这并非需要通过理工科的工作。

对于”Don’t end your life”,跳楼可不是什么容易的事情,加上我现在也没有这个必要。

对于”You have big brains. Do something useful with it.”,我只能这样说。那些需要特别高智商的学科,什么数学,理论物理,这些都是没啥用的,尤其是现在,高能物理都是已经基本解决的并从70年代以后基本停滞不前的,数学也专到难到抽象到研究需要学的很深才能做,做了也很少人能读懂,很少人会在乎,没啥应用价值。当然,也有应用性的需要大脑子的工作,那些啊,首先要学一段时间,再做一段时间,然后会更加发现你做的那东西有不少名校博士和你竞争少数的合适在工业界的岗位。我做的码农工作根本不需要真正big brains,一定的聪明就行了,更重要是刻苦硬拼,我的智商在这里没啥优势。150+的智商在今天价值一般不大了。

最后一段关于华人和中国,是”Even if the diaspora is doomed, we don’t have to die in vain. Make our homelands strong and ensure the next generation avoids our mistakes.”

我的博客内容一部分是针对diaspora的,有不少新加坡和马来西亚的访问,美国加拿大的我估计好多也是来自那儿的华人。对于diaspora,我暂时没太多可说,也不太了解这个人对diaspora是什么样的态度,他的描述比较模棱两可。

对于”make our homelands strong”,我只能说中国这一百年来,尤其是新中国成立之后已经强大很多了。摸索出了正确的政治路线,成立了新中国,打赢了抗美援朝,在近代史上首次赢得了中国在世界的军事地位,实现了现代化和工业化,搞出了两弹一星,等等,到了七十年代,中国虽然很穷,但是已经有了一定的基础,可以基本独立自主的进入美国为主得国际体系,让祖国强大的主要还是那一代人的功劳,改革开放快速的经济发展都是顺理成章,水到渠成,厚积薄发的结果。近些年来,中国又搞出了一些有国际影响力的民营企业,以华为为代表,军事上也随着北斗导航系统,航母等等接近甚至进入了世界级的行列。一百年前,中国还在引进西方近代科学和技术的初期,而现在中国在个个科技领域都有不少专家,不少人才。当年有先进科技知识的中国人还很少,大家都说要科学救国,现在这基本不是问题了。可以说难关早就过了。

我也是学理工科的,但是慢慢发现,尤其在美国,最需要的不是更多理工科搞得好的中国人。反而,需要更多能为中国赢得话语权的人,因为在这一点,有更多进步的余地。当然,中国的科技和经济发展给了中国的国际话语权一定的基础,中国人也需要更会通过媒体和政治姿态赢得真正的话语权。读者或许猜测这是我写这个博客的目的之一。无论如何,我觉得中国人已经有一定的硬实力,应该更大胆的表达自己的历史观和立场,尤其是对犹太人,西方的统治者,西方的寄生虫,多施加一些压力。要敢于对敌对势力的根源进行无情的冲击。

看到”ensure the next generation avoids our mistakes”,只能说每一代人要根据当代的形势,有适当的做法,而且每个人也不同,每个人有不同的长处短处,有不同的家庭背景,要考虑所有这些因素做出最适合自己的选择。

那在我眼中,上一代人主要的错误是什么呢?太浮躁,缺乏一定的远见。好多人看到了美国西方优越的物质条件,就非要崇洋媚外,否定自己,失去了一定的批判性,甚至失去了常识。改革开放中国是富起来了,但是以好多不好的风气为沉重代价。人过于注重有形资产,忽略了好多关键的无形资产。那些人把孩子很小送到国外,或生在国外就可以归根于这一点。听说在中国邓小平的名声已经很丑了,而上所描述的不良趋势主要是他搞的,自己没有更大的本事,所以只能通过腐败赢得政治权利。

我觉得我作为一位六岁去美国的写我博客上这些是能产生一些影响力的,自己有比较独立的眼光,没那么容易被美国长大的环境左右,我的存在也体现出了美国文化和意识形态的弱点,还是有一定价值的。或许读者会觉得我这么说太自恋,但自己觉得这是正确的描述。我觉得中国人应该自信一点,强势一点,有了一定的实力就不必太在乎别人这么觉得,要敢于在世界舞台上形成自己的新的标准,让别人接受。穷的吃不饱饭是以前,就不要留在那种心态,要根据自己情况的变化适当调整自己的心态。个人应该是这样,一个国家也应该是这样。

Steve Hsu(徐道辉)

以前挺崇拜这个人的,现在评价对他越来越低了。他能力的确很强,而且很全面,能拿到美国不错或至少还可以的大学的理论物理终身教职,同样还创办了网络安全公司以26百万被收购,能够破竹子天花板当上大学高层行政人员,而且体育也强,中学搞了游泳比赛,大学打了橄榄球,后来还搞柔道,这种混合才华是少见的。对,他还研究智商和基因的关系,最近为此创办了公司,在这方面在美国也颇有影响力。然后他的博客每个月有十万多点击。可是呢,他没有一项做到最好或接近最好,理论物理,大陆过来的比他强的至少好几个,张首晟强得多了。硅谷创业一个26百万的收购也真的不算啥。体育他离专业水平就更远了。

我最近得知他开创的那家公司还把一个翻墙的工具在01年的时候部署到了中国,为此他拿了CIA的钱,并且得到了纽约时报及其他美国主流媒体的宣传。

我跟一位体制内背景的人说了他,那个人也对徐产生了兴趣,可是对他评价也不是特别高。总而言之,觉得徐有政治能力但是是那种符合美国已形成的体制和文化谋取成功的政治能力,做的更多一种模型美国亚裔,很优秀但是还是服从体系的,为了自己的事业发展不敢对其作出任何挑战。反而,这人觉得我的政治能力从某种角度更强,比如我的博客写的东西有点含量,不像徐那些只不过是引用别的文章或视频自己也就做点小评论。我的反应是徐的做法的确是那种比较现实主义的,没什么错或不好,挑战权威反而经常才是愚蠢的破坏自己事业的做法。

我告诉了那个人徐是蒋介石的远亲并且他开的公司所做的。他说若不是那个,徐或许在中国还能拿个政协委员,觉得他做了那个并在NYT宣传之比网上骂骂反tg还要严重。徐总是强调统计严谨,强调自己是理论物理学家,用什么controlling for all other variables including family wealth and legacy status, Asian-Americans are significantly less likely to get admitted,这类的一般人不愿意听的语言。他再强调客观再强调不要情绪化,我也能看出他对中国的一些问题的回避心理。他是蒋介石的远亲,父亲解放前赴美读博并留下了,家里保持了反共的政治姿态,他和他哥哥都考虑了去美国的军事学校,并且他也在他博客强调他父亲是一位patriotic American。用另一句话说,他是买办亡国奴的后代,他再有能力,很多中国人也会瞧不起他,甚至仇恨他。与祖国从新建立关系的机会他不是没有,九十年代零零年代他都有机会,可是零零年代初,他却拿了CIA的钱,赌了在中国搞和平演变的那套,现在事实或许让他心里难以接受,自己也意识到了他自己的孩子随着中美关系未来二十年只会更加恶化的国际形势在美国不会有太好的前途。其实我觉得他的孩子不会太差,有这样的美国喜欢的相对信任的国民党买办家庭背景,有他那么好的基因,能力也不会差,美国给华裔的好位置还是会他们优先,只不过如果中美真正特别闹翻了,他们的日子也不会太好。

徐最近自己办了个节目,视频放到YouTube上,关于中国,他选择了采访Kaiser Kuo,也是国民党背景在美国长大的人,不过这人倒是八九十年代就在中国工作了,搞了什么摇滚出了名,后来给百度做了公关。那个视频我懒得看,美国华人,尤其那些没在中国长大的,讲中国的大多是垃圾,就很快翻了翻语音记录,就完了。

在评论里,他写了个

2019-03-08 下午6.02.29

最后他还表示自己觉得美国和其盟友孤立中国会对他心中的祖国美国有帮助。为此,我这么回了他

China already has nation wide face recognition deployment. When you check into hotels, for instance, they match a photo they take of you with the one on your id card. AI is mostly an engineering, I don’t see that much point in much of the AI theory research done in academia. Neural nets/backpropagation is something any good theoretical physicist could have come up with given the right motivation. Back when it was discovered in the 70s, there was not enough computing power for it to be useful so it was still treated much as a curiosity/theoretical construct. So I don’t regard the idea itself as that valuable even. It’s more about the later refinement and implementation at scale.

China seems much faster at getting shit done. Like, food delivery and mobile payment is already well implemented and taken for granted in China. It has to do with that Chinese work hard and efficiently and it also has to do that they make decisions faster, much less time wasted arguing.

Not that a decoupling wouldn’t hurt, but that it’s too late for it to be decisive.

Decoupling would only benefit China. If you examine closely, China has not gotten much from direct interaction with America in modern times. What America has given China is mostly a destructive comprador class coupled with toxic liberal ideology. Forcibly seizing their assets and investing such capital into industry and modernization back in the 50s has proven to be decisive to where China is today.

Even after the reform and opening up, what genuinely critical technology has China actually gotten directly from America? It’s really difficult to think of. Most of the core technology China has developed was done by domestic institutions and in the case of the military ones, with some input from Russia and Ukraine. I can’t think of any Chinese institution that actually developed serious technology while interacting closely with America. Lenovo the PC maker is basically a PC assembly shop based off Intel and Windows that moved its headquarters to USA after the IBM Thinkpad purchase, nothing to write home about. Its founder is now widely despised in China. On the other hand, Huawei has developed some serious technology, and its founder never had any experience abroad. His company doesn’t IPO and he doesn’t ever go to America to status whore with Silicon Valley billionaires the way Jack Ma does. I’ve even heard from government people in China that Jack Ma is going to end up in jail eventually, which I found hard to believe.

Plenty within the former rich and educated in China supported the Chinese communists, and they were naturally integrated into the new system with high positions. They gave up some of their wealth for the greater good and after that they were still much better off than the average Chinese. Unfortunately, there was also a group of 买办亡国奴 who thought it was a better idea to continue to act as puppets for a nation and race that treats them like dogs and only rewards them to the extent that they are useful while entertaining delusions of superiority. Shame, shame, shame…

链接:http://disq.us/p/209dnfj

我觉得那些国民党跑到海外的华人精英也形成的他们的圈子和社区,他们好多的确能力很强,在美国混的很好,出了一些非常出名的科学家和科技创业家。那个人,他反而觉得那些人都不算一个真正群体,他说的原因我记不清了,群体还算吧,他们也有自己的identity(身份认同),只不过在我眼中不是什么好的,而是本质上受制于人的identity。

我在美国的时候还试了为徐创建一个百度百科页,可是老是通不过,最后放弃了,当时对他还很有好感,现在呢,就呵呵了。。。

一位中国人如何看待俄罗斯

这人在法国待过,我跟她说在欧洲国家里,英文界对中国毫无疑问是最不好的,法国好得多,德国也是,虽然还是靠着英美那边,俄罗斯明显是对中国最好的,在近代史上,中国从俄罗斯最受益是显而易见的。

她的回应却是

一个国家的建立是为了引导中国,强大是为了帮助中国,解体是为了警醒中国。俄罗斯真是中国的好老师。

我发觉到中国的左派比较亲俄,右派亲美,这种规律非常一致。在毛时代左派打下了江山,后来邓小平的右派夺走了江山,培养抚育了联想柳传志这种卖国企业。而从老习上台之后左派又开始慢慢回到了上风,华为龙芯这些左派民族企业已开始成为中国市场的主流,并日益增强。

我的美好元旦

元旦过的挺舒服,挺充实的。节日调休周六上了班,也没偷懒,完成一些工作,然后就回家好好休息了。本来还没想放三天假做什么刷时间,但回到家后就想到了可以看看那连续剧《敌营十八年》,该剧我从知乎得知,由于某人在那儿评论上以其做了个有趣的比喻。之前我也只看了第一集和第二集一点,而这三天一过,我就看到了第九集了,可以说看了没多久就被真正吸引进去了,一开始还觉得这种红色连续剧会不会有点无聊,看不下去,所以没去看,只是其主题曲和片尾曲做的比较好给我留下了较深的印象并听了好几遍。可以说该连续剧比较吸引我的一点是里面的滕玉莲实在太漂亮了,又是贵族家庭出身的地下党员,从而我得知了演她的戴娇倩,网上查看来还相当有名。由于长大在美国,我对中国的演员这些还比较陌生,知道的也大多通过互联网。比如,中国所谓的国家一级演员我还是最近才知道的,我认识的一位将此形容为“中国特色的东西”。我想起我认识的一位在美国读数学博士的男生有一次还跟我说长得很漂亮的孩子自然会被引进演艺这行,他这么说也让我觉得挺好笑的,至少挺有意思的,毕竟这种话不会想象一位数学博士生主动去说,至少很难想象一位在美国的搞纯数学的人用英文这样。这其实总而言之我觉得很好,更证实了中国没有像美国那么强的nerd的概念。想起这事儿后,我又向他回忆了这并好奇问了问他是否知道戴娇倩美女演员,他说不。

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简单从百度百科抽取两张滕玉莲的照片让读者欣赏欣赏,当然,想真正感受到滕玉莲的漂亮优雅加上机智勇敢,还得看看或至少翻翻连续剧。

一说起《敌营十八年》里的美女,我认识的一位女同志却以为是阿斯茹演的,又说阿斯茹也在另一个连续剧里演了匈奴公主。在该剧里,阿斯茹演的不是最吸引我的滕玉莲,而是康瑛,剧里和男主角江波生孩子的妻子,她所预料也是地下党员。不过对我,康瑛长得仅仅不错,没有像滕玉莲那样不一般的即漂亮又纯洁。从百度得知演康瑛的阿斯茹其实是蒙古人,这我都没能看出来,当然这很符合演匈奴公主。后来想,蒙古姑娘还是挺有吸引力的,如果我娶个蒙古姑娘,我至少可能吹自己的孩子是成吉思汗的后代。;)

剧里另外一位美女就是国民党省党部书记员罗茂丽,她也挺有吸引力的,不过与滕玉莲相比无论是长相还是性格可以说还是逊色不少。

中国女演员这边,我还可以说最近也成了总政歌舞团歌手钟丽燕的粉丝,得知她是通过YouTube上碰到的她演唱《小路》的视频,记得她那个演唱的气魄当时打动了我的心,给我留下了无比难忘的印象,她的歌声是独一无二的。至今,我已听了她演唱《小路》,《感恩》,《祖国,我的最爱》,《飘落》,还会有更多。这周末,我也把她的
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发给了帮我做英文到俄文翻译的非移民的在俄罗斯的俄罗斯朋友,并也跟他说了个happy new year。他对钟丽燕的评价和我的差不多

I watched the lady singer, she’s just flawless in her performance! That’s a good gift ;).

音乐和连续剧之外,我也回了家和我奶奶和伯伯待了几天。可以说让我最得意的是帮着他们出去到超市买了些饭菜。我也和伯伯聊了不少。比如,说了一些关于美国好多华人那政治白痴的德性,他也觉得美国已经把他们洗成脑残了(当然,也可以说倾向于脑残的人才会跑到那儿那样表现)。具体一点,我提到某一个家里跟国民党和共产党都没搞好关系的人在申诉美国名校对亚裔孩子的其实,并且这个人是反共分子,抱怨共产党就是把人当成工具,螺丝钉。我一跟他说大部分人都是工具,美国的挣最低工资的人也是工具,那个人还回避,说美国不一样,有“民主”,“自由”,“人权”。我伯伯的反应是这个人尽管中国名校毕业是政治傻逼,或许是为了在美国能够心里过得去才这样自欺欺人。一提到那人还赞扬北洋军阀,我伯伯就说这人有病了。可以说接触他也影响了我回国的选择,美国华人竟是这样的傻逼,而且还有港台的那些,我说人以群分,物以类聚,我想离这种人远点。一问我伯伯他是否知道美国华人这样,他说不,离我太远了,然后我的反应是回国后也基本把那些人忘掉了,在中国跟我无关了,只会偶尔说说笑一笑。夸张一点,在中国待了一阵子有种逃避精神集中营并感受到其遗患之感,当然正面来看,用我伯伯的话,也接触了那些好多港台的海外华人,开阔了眼界。港台这一点,我也跟我伯伯说了他们有些会以简体字这种相对边缘的问题诋毁共产党和大陆,称之破坏中国传统文化。我伯伯的回答是当时简体字是因为好多共产党干部文化水平都不高,希望他们识字容易一些,他也同意了我的国民党叫他们的士兵们喊一些文言文口号傻逼的观点。这种做法表面貌似自己有文化,高等,实际上是很虚伪的。

我也跟我伯伯说了马里兰大学杨舒平毕业典礼演讲黑中国的事件,他好像还说了个“那她傻逼啊,不是你的女朋友吧”。在这一点,我只想说在我眼里,大部分在美国长大的华裔女性都被美国洗的一塌糊涂了。记得大学时我还有一阵子喜欢过一位,尤其是得知了她SAT考了接近满分,并且还提前两年上了大学,得知后就更想认识认识她。可是她的性格和我不配,她的某些表现让我失望,她偶尔说中文,但是语气和语言类似于一位中国小学三年级的女孩儿,这一点其实我从某种角度而言还觉得挺可爱的,但是这种可爱不是那种有持久性吸引力的可爱,更多是一种玩的可爱。我能想起她的几句话,比如“我喜欢吃,睡,玩”,她说的竟是这类话,中文词汇量可能比中国小学三年级的孩子还差呢。后来,她开始烦我了,并且或许我对她的表现也接近了可被视为sexual harrassment的地步,然后就不跟她来了,反正她一点不适合我。大学毕业后,我还帮助了一位哈弗大学的高中得过一些不错的竞赛奖的女生准备算法和写代码的面试,通过一位国际奥赛奖牌得主朋友介绍,一开始对她感兴趣,结果也是很失望。相反,对于在中国能够接触到更好的,至少更适合我的异性类,我还是很乐观的。当然,我目前还比较缺乏经验,不过这是在中国可以更容易改变的。不像在美国,接触到的女性要不是根本不会了我的白人,要不就是主动接受美国文化脑残化的(伪)东方垃圾及其后代。

对于我能够在遥远的异国他乡长大但未如绝大多数我这样很小去的那样对祖国的文化几乎彻底失去联系,要感谢父母,感谢家人,感谢百度,感谢央视,感谢苏联歌曲,感谢党给我留下的红色基因,感谢某些启发帮助我的我在那儿认识的从中国过来的人,让我认识到更大的世界没有美国学校里的文化那么渣,给了我不少精神力量,使得我大多抗拒了美国的精神污染,忍耐了一种孤独的成长环境,最终让我发觉到我还是可以离开美国回到我自然的地方。

同志们,朋友们,新年快乐!

Apparently, another one of Ren Zhengfei’s daughters is a computer science undergraduate at Harvard

The detaining of Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei and daughter of its founder Ren Zhengfei, at Canadian airport on behest of the US authorities has made headlines the past several days. On that, I have little to say other than that she is quite attractive and also that the half-closeted nepotism via mother’s surname is both amusing and somewhat gross.

Reading her Wikipedia page, I pulled the following

Ren’s first wife was Meng Jun, the daughter of Meng Dongbo, a former deputy governor of Sichuan Province. They had two children: daughter Meng Wanzhou and son Meng Ping, both of whom took up their mother’s surname.[14] After their divorce, he married Yao Ling, with whom he had another daughter, Annabel Yao, who is 25 years younger than Meng Wanzhou. Annabel is a computer science student at Harvard University who made a high-profile debut at Le Bal des Débutantes in Paris in 2018.[14] Ren married for the third time to Su Wei, who was reportedly his former secretary.[14]

Ren’s eldest daughter, Meng Wanzhou, is deputy chairperson and chief financial officer (CFO) of Huawei.[15]

I’m somewhat surprised and also rather disappointed that Ren Zhengfei sent his other daughter, who also took her mother’s surname (and this is a different mother), to Harvard for undergrad. It reminds of how Xi Jinping’s daughter transferred to Harvard from Zhejiang University after her freshman year. I hate to say it but it’ll be hard to take the PRC elites too seriously when they send their children to elite US schools for undergrad. It is a sign that they still lack independence with a need to associate with global homo Anglo elite institutions. On the Chinese internet, people are questioning what other passports besides the Chinese one is possessed by Meng Wanzhou, and it was revealed somewhere that she had a green card from Canada.

Meng for undergraduate merely attended a good but not great university in China. That was when her father, who started Huawei in his 40s, was still a relative nobody. Remember that in China, aside from regional discrimination, wherein Beijing residents are allocated like 10 times more slots at Beida/Qinghua adjusted for population than residents in the provinces, admissions is based purely on gaokao and automatic admission via top performance on the national math and science olympiads. It’s basically impossible for filthy rich and/or well-connected parents to buy one’s kid’s way into Beida/Qinghua in China. So I guess when the kid of someone super high up in China turns out to be intellectually mediocre, attending an elite US school for undergrad becomes the default, sadly.

Something to note, relatedly, is that 富二代 (second generation rich) is a relatively new phenomenon in China. After all, after the communists took power, the rich people had their assets confiscated (like my amusingly pro-communist ABC friend stuck in the US at least for the near future, his family ended up sharing their four story house/building with a bunch of a poor people), and afterwards, people in high up positions did not make much more than the ordinary worker, with the salary difference, based on what I’ve heard, at most a factor of 10, barring very exceptional cases. It was really only after 1980 when it became possible for one to become extremely rich doing business. Between 1980 and 2010. there was a lot of low hanging fruit in China, economically. Plenty of mediocre people with the right entrepreneurial energy/personality became rich. And by that, the class of second generation rich was born, and it seems now they are forming their own culture, with studying abroad paying ridiculous tuition at US universities common, as well as their parents investing in US real estate. It’s very possible and perhaps likely that the class structure in China will solidify over the next generation, as is already the case in the US. How much so, that remains to be seen.

I’ve had some interactions with 富二代 kids and their parents in the US. Many of them are, predictably, not very smart academically. They are basically on permanent vacation in America. Their career/employment prospects in America are not surely not good for obvious reasons. It doesn’t seem like they’re well treated in school by their white peers in America. Yes, their families are economically well off, but that doesn’t mean they can integrate into American society. Their families are able to invest in real estate in America for now; even so, their existence in the US will be a marginal one much confined to the Chinese community. Many of them do not even know English well and are mostly here to invest in real estate, enjoy some material comfort and fresh air, and also send their kids to school here. In most cases, the father based in China only visits every once in a while. They’re obviously not really wanted in America other than for their money, spent on international tuition and luxury brands and so on.

As the reader can tell, I don’t have a high opinion of those 富二代 who send their kids to America and invest in real estate there. Being in China now, I’m sure I’ll learn more about them, including the process they go through to transfer all that money to the US, and maybe I can even influence them a bit. As one can see from the detention of Meng Wanzhou in Canada, there is little guarantee for them on US soil. Finance/economics tells us there is no such thing as a free lunch. They may feel they are winning now and that their assets in America are safe, but this could very much be a process of 温水煮青蛙 (a frog boiled in warm water), where initially one feels warmth, until one gets burned. They may own real estate in America on paper for now, but that real estate is physically in America, where the Chinese do not really control anything. They have no media power, no legal power, no military power there. It’s totally possible for them to suddenly lose everything. Unlikely, but it can happen and only needs to happen once.

The Meng Wanzhou incident has been in Chinese media tied to the death of Stanford physics professor Shoucheng Zhang at age 55 which happened on the same day. The family statement said that it was due to depression, which we all know is just a euphemism. There has been speculation that it was related to the alleged tanking of his Chinese venture capital firm in Silicon Valley. It’s quite tragic that he took his ambition/careerism too far, assuming that his death was related to his VC activity. Had he just remained purely academic, he would have survived and likely eventually won his Nobel. Needless to say, using the prestige of a rare Stanford tenured professorship in physics to raise a Chinese VC is not really what he should be doing while officially in that position. Stanford probably should be somewhat embarrassed about his case as well, in addition to the recent Elizabeth Holmes case that was magnitudes worse. On this, I also have in mind the cases of Lucas Duplan and Evan Spiegel, both quite shameful.

It is my hope that talented, elite Chinese can focus more on developing their institutions at home instead of wasting so much money and energy associating with and working for elite US institutions for signaling. Doing so only inflates the value of a system hostile to Chinese while at the same time de-valuing Chinese institutions. If Chinese are really serious about this trade war, they should be going out of their way to devalue Harvard and Stanford, to devalue Google and Facebook, not eagerly trying to attend those schools for undergrad for a rather mediocre academic educational experience and making such a big deal about working for those companies, whose programmers are generally no better than ones in a good internet company in China as far as I can tell. If Chinese want other people to respect and value them, then they ought to first have confidence in their own institutions. I say this having been in prestigious US institutions myself, interacted substantially with numerous people from there, and frankly, many of them are not all that great, with some depressingly mediocre or even problematic. Of course, there are also plenty of genuinely brilliant, accomplished people in America in top American institutions. Overall, my point is that it’s clear that America will not judge the Chinese well, so why expend so much trying to associate and fit in with America? Why not instead expend more energy into creating a system where what America thinks simply becomes more or less irrelevant?

 

张首晟的去世

周四,我认识的一位同样搞理论凝聚态物理的人微信发给我了张首晟去世的消息,让我感到吃惊。这么牛逼的人,不光有资格得诺贝尔奖的理论物理学家,而且还很有钱,好像他90年代末凭他斯坦福大学教授的关系做了搞虚拟机器(virtual machine)的VMware(其创始人是斯坦福大学计算机系教授)的天使投资,赚了一大笔钱,也得到了为后来做风险投资的资历和关系。一流理论物理学家很少是多么有钱的,美国名校物理教授每年也就15万,最多30万的工资(当然,现在极少数最牛的理论物理学家可以通过什么突破奖发点大财了),而张首晟成为了极其罕见的即大物理学家又大发财的人,一种几乎不存在的令人惊叹不已的人生赢家。可惜他近年做得过度了,最终出现了悲剧。可以说他当初运气太好了,拿到的教职确是斯坦福的,才得到了这种天使投资的机会。反而他要是是什么麻省理工或哈弗的,很难想象到他这么去做。可是,反过来,也可以说最终好事变成了坏事,他的这种运气所迎来的成功引发了他后来自以为是的做一件物理教授不应该做的事情而运气不好彻底倒闭了,英年夭折失去了得诺贝尔奖的机会。

记得2015年底,我在湾区餐馆跟朋友吃饭看到了张首晟在另一个桌子和他老婆和有一对夫妇一起吃饭谈话,当时,我已经知道他是非常有名气的斯坦福理论物理学家了。可能那时候我也知道他搞丹华资本这件事情了,感觉是他在利用斯坦福大学物理教授的威望为中国人在硅谷争取一些地位,不光要当大物理学家,还要当什么民族领袖,民族英雄。当然,我也意识到他拿着美国名校的终身教职来为中国人搞VC真的不是他应该做的事情,会引起别人对他的不满,不过他在那种位置,别人也不能把他怎么样。不过,一些主流的白人VC若对他有仇,我想还真的能让他的风险投资商难以持续。我认识的那位与张首晟稍有过接触那位物理学家是说在风险投资界他根本不算啥,老美根本不会买他的帐,只有中国人会因为他的位置听他忽悠。比如,我在美国认识一位斯坦福大学的本科生,女生,也是学物理的,她跟我说她妈妈还会参加一些湾区张首晟讲VC的活动。那个人也说他的VC的钱也没有那么多,也就四亿,输一次就基本输光了,下面的图来自方舟子。

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如那个人所描述,输光了给他融资的人就要找他打官司了,而且会揭露他的一些非法的操作,就是不自杀也得坐牢了。

我还记得有一次网上看到了他的一个视频,是在斯坦福大学举行的那种启发美国华裔中学生那种活动,网上可以搜到,那里边他讲了他的一些人生故事和价值观。记得一开始他说起他长大的文革时期中国的气候是不鼓励学习的,然后又说起他父母是工程师,然后家人有好多学过文科的人,自己小时候多么多么善于自己读书学习。然后还开始扯美国建国的人如Benjamin Franklin, John Adams的一些理念,说什么我自己要做一些实用的挣钱的事情,为了我的孩子或孙子能够从事更创造性的如艺术之类的工作。他说同样,我们这一代移民来到美国好多为了留下,为了挣钱,却选择了工程,他属于少数坚持他对理论物理热爱的人,但第二代就比他们有远远更好的条件,应该去追求自己的梦想,最自己喜欢的东西。他说的这些也有一定道理了,当然,他扯美国建国人的时候我有点感到不舒服,我想他是不是觉得自己在美国名校斯坦福举行这种明目张胆的华人利益活动有点不要脸了,他真的觉得中国人应该学习美国建国人那套吗,以白人至上主义和暴力逐出印第安土著人建设一个华人没有什么真正地位的国家吗?他跟那些孩子讲完了之后,在旧金山的中国领事馆的一个代表又开始采访他了。在那一段谈话里,我记得他说中国人在美国都混得不错,大多是在做工程。是,那些科技移民在硅谷都有比较好的工程工作,整一个相当高的工资,不过相当少能成为经理,很少能够创办自己的公司,也没有那么好,在美国依然算相对边缘。还记得他又提到自己的儿子在哈弗上学第一学期在上一门中国近代历史的课,不过都是用英文以美国的眼光讲,同时儿子中文也不错,也读了陈独秀的一些中文文集。我想这活动肯定是那儿的中国领事馆组织的,由于张首晟当时是拿了政府的钱本科时去德国留学的,中国政府的人依然觉得有资格“利用”他一下。

我还想说张首晟和他孩子都是虔诚的基督教徒,我也看到他的孩子对他们的基督教信仰还都比较公开,甚至到有点痴迷的程度。这种在美国华人里,据我所知,还是少见的,这种科学人及基督信仰混合在白人里我看到不少例子,华人这样却让我感到有点不对劲儿,至少感觉有点奇怪。我想这样做在中国会得到一定的排斥,毕竟太逆行于主流,尤其解放后,看到为此,方舟子也对张首晟表示了不满。同样,我认识的那位物理学家觉得基督徒的张首晟搞这种投机收利息的行为是比较讽刺的。

最后,为这位伟大的华人物理学家的不幸而逝默哀。他无法得诺贝尔奖真的是可惜了,我想好多中国人会为此感到遗憾。历史给予他什么样的地位,只有时间会告诉我们。

Native Chinese vs Chinese-Americans

I’m in China right now and will be there for a while. I’ve already noticed that the Chinese there are very different from the ones in America in their appearance, mannerisms, and the way they talk. Superficially, they are easily perceived as far less “civilized” but my previous blog post asserts that that is actually more of a positive thing. After all, history is full of “civilized” people being ethnically cleansed. In that regard, native Chinese are doing fine, whereas Chinese in America are not.

Actually, the roughness, rudeness, loudness, and aggressiveness of the native Chinese makes them appear much more masculine, in contrast to the stereotypical emasculated Chinese male in America. This is not just the working class in China. Plenty of STEM college educated men in China are like that too. They may not be any physically bigger than the Chinese in America but they appear much bigger and more intimidating. Crudely speaking, the coarser tone and manner of speech in combination with the darker and rougher complexion contributes much to that impression. Most of the Mandarin Chinese I’ve heard from the Chinese in America has been more “proper,” whereas there are plenty of Chinese in Chinese, even smart and educated ones, who speak with a heavy regional accent.

The environment both indoors and outdoors is overall much rougher and dirtier. There is a near ubiquitous lack of external polish but everything is functional, and people are quite accustomed to that environment. That might explain why Chinese in America are easy to bully whereas the Chinese in China can actually stand on their own. Yes, there are plenty of Westerners who bitch about the environment, manners, and system in China, but the people there for the most part could not give a flying fuck. Most even the college educated ones are very limited in their English and they are, unlike the Chinese in America, not white worshipping at all. Their focus is purely on what goes in China and whatever from abroad is purely for their appropriation and enjoyment, not out of any desire to associate with outsiders. As for their less civilized behavior, they seem to have little awareness of it. Even when pointed out, they will not really feel embarrassed. They feel like they are doing fine, and that does seem to be the case. On that, I’ll say that the TV and commercials are of high artistic quality, and yesterday I saw on some channel a segment about how China is now building the biggest, longest, and highest bridges in the world. Moreover, I’m happy to be ever more connected and active on the Chinese internet, which is also quite rich in content and activity the Great Firewall not withstanding. I only expect to go much further in that direction over the next year.

There are plenty of Chinese doing business in China, starting all kinds of stuff. Unlike in America, they deal with almost exclusive people of their own, in their own language, in their own culture. They don’t give a fuck and don’t have to give a fuck about what white people think, with the exception of the business that involves direct contact with the West, which is quite a small percentage of the total really.

As a concrete example, I just had dinner with a few such people. They both had no more than a high school education but were successful enough in what they were doing to drive a BMW. I can only imagine that most of those educated, refined Chinese in the West would view them with disdain. I asked one of them what they thought of Chinese in America. He said they tend to be more polite and more cognizant of their appearance, unlike someone like me. They have 文人气势, the spirit of a literary person. But, according to this words,

An ethnic group must also have 血性, “blood spirit,” otherwise that ethnic group will die out.

He went on about Genghis Khan’s warriors on horses managed to conquer even Russia because they had so much 血性.

Expectedly, I responded that just a few days ago, I wrote an essay about how history is full of examples of civilized people getting conquered by barbaric ones, and that the likes of what he just said was exactly what I was referring to. Following on that, I spoke of how Chinese in America are almost utterly devoid of 血性, and they are indeed dying out, by his logic.

Somebody else spoke of how those white worshipping Chinese in America try so hard to become more white, more Western, which only exudes in them a feeling of inferiority, whereas those uncivilized people in China who don’t give a fuck are actually much more respectable.

Ultimately, that guy concluded that the ideal ethnic group is one that is a mixture of cultured-ness and 血性.

That guy expressed an admiration for Pan Jianwei, that Chinese physicist celebrated for work on quantum satellite and communication, noting how that guy is the same age as he is, and also a zillion times more impressive in both ability and contribution. This was after I pointed out that a guy like him, despite his lack of a real high school education (he studied accounting in a vocational school or something like that), has probably made much more positive economic impact than most of those cultured, educated people. I responded that of course, a real top scientist like Pan Jianwei is different, but there are plenty of “educated” people even PhDs losers who have done much less than he has. I told him that people like him represent 血性, and that the Chinese race is where it is today much out of its having innumerable people like him. Very modestly, he said that he’s actually quite low in 血性.

Not surprisingly, that guy also brought up Mao Zedong, with an emphasis on how unlike Genghis, Tang Taizong, and all those other great Chinese leaders/emperors in his poem Snow he actually proved China to the entire world, through the Korean War.

This land so rich in beauty
Has made countless heroes bow in homage.
But alas! Chin Shih-huang and Han Wu-ti
Were lacking in literary grace,
And Tang Tai-tsung and Sung Tai-tsu
Had little poetry in their souls;
And Genghis Khan,
Proud Son of Heaven for a day,
Knew only shooting eagles, bow outstretched
All are past and gone!
For truly great men
Look to this age alone

So this, written in 1936 but published only in late 1945 I believe, was quite prescient. I just love how he had enough ego to write that, in such a subtle way, and history proved him right. I do believe that history’s verdict will indeed place him far above the rest.

Overseas Chinese are so stuck in their white worshipping mindset. Many of them have nothing but disdain or even hate for Mao. But it is a guy like Mao that gives China the 血性 necessary to truly rise on the world stage. His detractors, many of them deracinated Westernized intellectuals, love to criticize him for persecution of intellectuals. I think that’s bullshit, especially if you look at what beautiful and everlasting poetry he wrote of such literary and historical substance, from which it’s clear that he was higher than most of those traditional Chinese intellectuals. I’m confident that he had great respect for those intellectuals highly trained and accomplished in modern science and engineering, and I am also for the most part in agreement with his disdain for the type of arrogant status-climbing liberal intellectual with the closed-minded neglect and contempt of all those poor, lowly, and “uneducated” people with 血性, with the the ability and willingness to actually do dirty work under very harsh conditions. As I’ve mentioned before, Mao managed to win because he was able to combined cultured-ness with 血性. His military victories were done mostly with 血性, not with cultured-ness or superior technology. Even with much worse technology, the Chinese under his leadership, fighting their own way full of 血性, could triumph against the most advanced country in the world with nuclear weapons and airplanes. Of course, later on, Mao had those with culture, with advanced degrees in science from the West and from the Soviet Union, or trained purely in their home country willingly developing advanced technology for him. And even as that he happened, he kept emphasizing the importance 工农兵 (workers, farmers, soldiers), the people who keep alive the 血性 necessary for survival. I believe he saw well the great danger of influence from the cosmopolitan intellectual. With too many people like that, you end up like the Chiang Kai-shek and the KMT, utterly ineffectual as an organization. Those types might be the ones who beg or climb their way to power. They are never the ones who actually fight their way to power. There is a league of difference between the two. Mao is so respected and feared precisely because he led the Chinese communists militarily on their way to power, to international recognition.

By the way, I’ve tried to tell this to some misguided Chinese-American activists. By doing so, I’m hinting to them that what they’re doing really is begging their white rulers for more representation. Not gonna work. Makes you look like a pathetic weakling. Even if you get the more representation that you want, you’re still being used as a tool. Like Nikki Haley the white looking female Sikh as double minority figurehead for America and Israel’s imperial interests in the UN. Or all those Chinese females married to white men promoted by Anglo-Zion institutions and media to divide the Asian-American community along gender lines. The reality is that those people bring “diversity” while at the same term reinforcing white supremacy, a double win for the American elite that has realized by now to exploit social justice as the new opiate of the masses.

Expectedly, those people were not receptive at all, which only contributed more to my desire to get the fuck out of America, permanently. In China, the relative of lack of civility initially gave me a somewhat dismal impression but I am very quickly adjusting. It’s mostly a matter of mindset. Meeting and talking with those people today gives me much optimism for China. China has gotten as powerful as it is today not only from the minority of highly smart, educated people in STEM doing the science heavy design for big bridges, Tencent, quantum satellites, and the likes, but also from hordes of superficially uncultured but productive and instinctively “woke” people doing the menial and business labor and projecting a roughness and meanness to ensure the survival and proliferation of Han race and the Chinese nation.

In conclusion, quoting Duke of Qin from Unz Review,

Nice guys finish last. Chinese shouldn’t become “nicer”, they need to get meaner. Atavism is the word of the day and they need to embrace “meanness” to survive in an ever darker world. I’ve seen the behavior of the so-called “nice” Chinese; deracinated compradors with fertility rates below 1 whose primary desire is overpriced real estate and cargo culting the West and miscegenating themselves into oblivion. In other words, an evolutionary dead end. Ill take Henan peasant over Shanghai cosmopolitan any day of the week and twice on Sundays. One of the good things about the Communist Party is that they have universalized Chinese nationalism to no longer be the exclusive realm of educated elites. Next step is to foster a siege mentality of us against the world and project that “meanness” against outsiders. Race War Now.

文明人为被种族清洗的对象

这标题很大受了我读的一位网名为Duke of Qin的英文评论之启发,具体为

“Civilized” people get ethnically cleansed. I want the Chinese to be proud Chinese, not ersatz yellow Canadians. You know what happens to the considerate Chinaman? Other people walk all over him and take advantage of them at every turn and they are too meek to say a word otherwise. It’s a recipe for racial extinction. Submission to the behavioral norms of globo-homo-Amero culture one place means submission in other places too. Better by far for the Chinese to retain the blithe “fuck you” attitude and force others to accommodate themselves to our behavior than the inverse. Works for the Arabs and Israelies, the Chinese should copy them.

类似于此的给我留下深刻印象的还有

Disparate communities of blacks and whites when placed in proximity without the presence of an interventionist states always ends in one way, with whites fleeing for the hills and blacks left in command of the battlefield. Sure it will eventually become a ruin, but blacks win and whites lose. You see in the macro level as South Africa is gradually ethnically cleansed of whites, yet the same refugees from the black tide are usually the first to make excuses for the blacks that ethnically cleansed them!

这些我就懒得翻译了,反正大致上我很认同。

此说起,昨天一来到中国,一下子就觉得无论是人还是物,给的形象都比较“粗”,感到不适应,以此可以说美国比中国文明的多。我说的这个“粗”到底是什么呢,给几个代表性例子,为无论室内室外外表的脏乱,街上开车汽车的某种凶狠,还有整体一种“不太正规”的感觉。还有一点,或许最代表性的,就是人与人之间,至少我一天之内接触到的,说话的方式与我在美国的华人里接触到的很不一样。即使聪明有学问的人在中国,也远远更多表达以一种粗俗的方式。

所以美国的华人经常对本土中国人有一种优越感,觉得自己更卫生,更文明,能够来到美国,瞧不起国内人那种粗鲁的行为。可惜的是美国的华人虽然理工科做得强的不少,甚至基础科研最强的华人好多或大部分都在美国,他们毫无政治势力,基本处于被清洗的状态,而国内人,尽管那样粗,其集体为一个完全独立的超级大国,或至少接近与此。有高深知识的,理工科牛的,中国人也有,也越来越多,今天电视上看到了中国的中国人现在能做出世界上最大的,最长的,最高的桥,而且参与此过程可以说没有一个外国人。这种大规模的工程不光需要一些顶级的工程师和科学家,也需要很多肯干粗活的工人,更需要大量的经济投入和有效的组织。这种东西是美国的更文明的但一盘散沙的华人完全不可能做到的。中国的中国人是全面的团体,相反,美国的华人太偏。

美国的华人也是那种为了自己某些愿望,无论是崇洋媚外还是还是自己的事业还是更舒适的生活为代价主动选择被白人统治的那种。说起这一点,又一个Duke of Qin的语录从我脑海再次出来,复制一下就是

Nice guys finish last. Chinese shouldn’t become “nicer”, they need to get meaner. Atavism is the word of the day and they need to embrace “meanness” to survive in an ever darker world. I’ve seen the behavior of the so-called “nice” Chinese; deracinated compradors with fertility rates below 1 whose primary desire is overpriced real estate and cargo culting the West and miscegenating themselves into oblivion. In other words, an evolutionary dead end. Ill take Henan peasant over Shanghai cosmopolitan any day of the week and twice on Sundays. One of the good things about the Communist Party is that they have universalized Chinese nationalism to no longer be the exclusive realm of educated elites. Next step is to foster a siege mentality of us against the world and project that “meanness” against outsiders. Race War Now.

没错,集体起来,河南农民的确在大多地方比国际化的上海人强的不知道哪儿去了。

历史完全不缺文明人被野蛮人征服的例子。数学不通的罗马人征服研究出公理化几何的希腊人。然后野蛮的歌德人征服罗马。在过一千年,华夏文明的汉人也被蒙古夷人大屠杀而统治的。成吉思汗流氓也征服当然文明灿烂的中东伊斯兰界,巴格达之战蒙古人也把城市基本灭光了,连东欧大多也占领的,在那儿还统治了两百年以上,当时欧亚大陆的文明几乎都被蒙古蛮夷大屠杀而统治了,当然蒙古人也基本接受而保留了这些文明。

近代史,在中国又有低文化水平工农兵为主体的共产党打败了推崇儒家加西化教育的国民党。在美国,我有看到好多那种反共的文明华人,觉得中共反知识,反有钱人,破坏中国传统文化等等,可是这种人就是能够打下江山而振兴中华,使得中国首次在近代史上屹立在世界强国之林,否认此的华人最终只不过是一种酸葡萄的汉奸,无法意识而纠正他们政治上严重误区。说什么反共产党知识,共产党还是在知识分子被骂为“臭老九”的文革时期把两弹一星搞出来了。说实话,共产党很明智,跟成吉思汗一样,先得以人民群众和少数革命知识分子的支持,打下了江山,解放后也基本讨好而充分利用了大多来自于资产阶级背景的受过高深理工科训练的人才,把他们与广大中国人民做出了巧妙的史无前例的结合。

有人说汉人真tmd够呛,当年几亿人就能被几百万蒙古人屠杀成那样,后来又被满清统治,同样几年前,八个人在昆明拿着刀,上千汉人都不敢反抗,只会跑,就几十个人一起对着行凶者扔东西也能顶住他们,但就没人那样做。相反,毛时代中国人血性强的时代这种事情绝对不会发生。所以啊,汉人两年啊,什么卫青霍去病,我看都比不过一个毛泽东,抗美援朝一下子,汉人的厉害就牢牢载入史册了,外人就再也不敢惹了,而他靠的是狼性而不是文明。其实,毛泽东也是文明人,他是无比伟大的诗人和思想家,可是他绝对不是那种典型的,本质上懦弱保守的文明人,而是极有勇气和斗争力的革命家。我个人看到过农民出来的知识分子觉得大部分知识分子都不是好人而骨子里依然瞧不起知识分子,这一点我觉得自己能认同虽然我自己家庭起点不算低,我也对大部分文明人的世界观和政治观比较反感,至少我感到一个人为了面子而文明是极其虚伪的,虽然自己也算文明人,但是没有瞧不起所谓不文明的人反而还是尊重他们具备的我不具备的重要的能力和精神。就像我能够认识到在美国的专业能力强但政治观点有问题的华人的局限性,能够认识到就他们那样自然会是被清洗的对象而想法脱离他们。

同样,现在美国和欧洲的白人,他们是文明人,但是在美国白左势力日益增强,政治上不断屈服于非裔和西班牙裔,此过程中,更加文明老实的东亚裔只不过是替罪羊及牺牲品。按现在的人口趋势,预测2050年,白人在美国就不在是多数民族了。同时,在欧洲穆斯林是大进而繁殖,无所顾忌的利用那儿的物质条件和福利,白人目前也不能把他们赶走,尽管金发碧眼美女漫天遍野的瑞典按某些人说已经成为世界强奸首都了。敢于挑战此的白人右派基本会被打压,他们的政治势力可以说是在日益减小。西方文明那么厉害,但按现在之趋势,是否能避免以这种和平演变的方式被外人征服,还真不好说呢。

所以作为结论,我要说国内人那种“不文明”的表现其实是好的,那才是这正伟大的,有生命力的民族的表现,我要发愤图强去模仿他们,适应他们,但不用担心,在这一点,我也绝对不会盲目。

Role models for Chinese who grow up in America

Now that I am older with some time out of that shitty American education system, I can better appreciate how racist and emotionally destructive it is at its core for Chinese. Of course, I sort of knew all along that the “Asian” portrayals and stereotypes within the US school system and media bears little resemblance to the real one based in China. I mostly did what I could to ignore that and learn the real Chinese culture instead. For that, much thanks to Baidu and CCTV.

And yes, I had been at least subconsciously aware of the problem of lack of good role models. Speaking of which, I just read this comment on Reddit which left me quite an impression. The author of it, though having written that he was actually born in the US (I wasn’t), clearly knows the Chinese language and culture well, if you look at his writings on Reddit. As for the specific comment, I have it copied below.

There are plenty of Asian role models if the younger generation would actually try to look.

My personal, first and foremost has to be Mao Zedong, simply because of his bravery and not giving in to pressure, especially by XMs if you think about it: Krushcev, FDR, Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, etc etc.

He led the Red Army during the Long March, 6000 miles on foot, always having to worry about assassination, and when they did win the Civil War, what happens? The United States tried to get him during the Korean War, and well, we know what happened after that, pitting 2 superpowers against each other and coming out on top, with lots and lots of pressure. Also the Chinese nuclear weapons was under Mao’s watch, which is the benchmark of calling yourself a superpower.

And no, to those Asian parents who decided to come here, air conditioners and toilets is NOT the the benchmark of being a superpower, nuclear weapons are, supercomputers are, missiles are.

Funny thing is, Mao died in his 80s, with all the pressure and stress he had endured. New generation Asian emigrants come here and I’ve noticed die much earlier than the previous generation. What gives? Could it be that your abundance of food is not so good? The convenience of air conditioners, heaters and toilets made you all weaklings? Something to consider.

For intellectuals, the father of China’s nukes and missiles have to be Qian Xuesen along with all the other great Chinese scientists under Qian’s watch.

Let’s not forget all the musicians that composed those beautiful war/red songs, still written to this very day. There is just too many to name, but they should all be enshrined to be the world’s greatest artists, along with Cultural Revolution painters. The paintings are amazing.

Yang Hongji is a famous singer in China, his baritone voice is amazing, you all should have a listen, Baidu it, 杨洪基

For athletes, I do like world record holders, so definitely Lu Xiaojun and Liao Hui, along with olympic swimmer Sun Yang. Also, we have to put in Bruce Lee as well, <— finally an ABC lol, yay! I like Jeremy Lin too, he’s way better than he actually is until the Houston Rockets basically fired him because the general manager was a supreme jack ass.

So, if Asians really look close enough there is plenty of role models around, don’t look at just Americanized Asians.

Now if you made it this far reading my walls of text, lmao, how many at r/aa actually know this about history, the Chinese Asians that is? Not many I reckon. Which is why I always say, deletion of history from your brain can be detrimental to your mental health. But at the same time we still have very proud Asians even with a lack of knowledge of history. Why is that? Maybe because there is so much evidence right now that we are just better. I honestly have no idea what is going in the brains of Asians from those other subs whom we shall not name lmao.

I pretty much have felt the same as he had, aside from my not having heard of Yang Hongji and Lü Xiaojun, who are pretty minor on that list anyway. But in place of the former, I know of plenty of such Chinese cultural singers, and the latter is as far as I can tell still more or less obscure, his weightlifting world record notwithstanding.

I especially liked his

And no, to those Asian parents who decided to come here, air conditioners and toilets is NOT the the benchmark of being a superpower, nuclear weapons are, supercomputers are, missiles are.

This has been quite obvious to me all along. Economic power is not the same as standard of living as experienced directly by the common folk. People who conflate the two tend to be those mentally sick right wing liberal Chinese who I want nothing to do with. Of course, not that material standard of living doesn’t matter, it certainly does, and in that regard, China has naturally improved very rapidly the past several decades once it had its industrial and military foundation.

Another comment of his I found particularly funny,

I never knew America is actually not that strong at weightlifting, and I wasn’t able to easily confirm it through online searches. I’ll take his word on that though, and also, that Russians are really good at weightlifting is exactly what I would expect.

I do remember seeing that the World’s Strongest Man contest had an Icelandic and Lithuanian, and more generally Nordics and East Europeans, at the top. There was though an American named Brian Shaw. I told this to my racially self-hating Chinese male nerd friend with reference to the word “white,” and to my great surprise, his response was actually

Lol that’s because only white people could care about such a ridiculous contest.

By the way, I don’t find that contest ridiculous; I find it quite respectable.

Back to Chinese role models, I first learned about Qian Xuesen spring of sophomore year of high school through Wikipedia and I developed somewhat of a fascination with him. I think very few Chinese who grow up in America know about him despite his being a household name in China, simply because America is not going to advertise him. I saw that Iris Chang, famous for her book on the Rape of Nanking also wrote a biography for him in English. Sadly, Iris Chang committed suicide in her 30s out of mental illness. She was also a WMAF, and yes, I’m well aware now of the phenomenon of Asian female married to white male as Asian-American community activist, in particular how much of a joke that is.

I’ll conclude by saying that I’m not some frenzied Chinese ethnic chauvinist. I genuinely admire much of Western civilization, the science part of it especially, though I’m also aware it is much in contradiction with my heritage, not to mention that mainstream American culture and politics right now is basically completely degenerate. Again, my message to Chinese in America is to be less complicit with it. In other words, quoting that guy again,

We need to channel Genghis, do not integrate into the land you are in right now, but channel your own inner Ghenghis. We need to forget this acceptance garbage. When Ghenghis went into Iran, did he beg for integration into Iranian society? No. he went out there and just took it. This attitude is what we need.