Native Chinese are WOKE with respect to the Jews

I’m going to take a little time to document some chat I had with native Chinese colleagues in English, with the intention of delivering some message to English readers and also of taking some notes for the record before I forget.

I was surprised when this guy spoke of Jews as the pioneers of terrorism in the form of suicide bombing. He was aware that they did that during their war for the founding of Israel in the late 40s. In particular I am aware they did this to mediating British diplomats as well who they were dissatisfied with. I only learned of this last year, reading online in English and also from the blog of a Chinese professor in Chinese.

That guy was like, “everybody hates Jews.” On my mentioning of their control of media in America where he’s spent time he was like, “everybody knows that.” When I responded with “you think Americans do too?”, he was like “no Americans don’t Americans are stupid.”

This other guy was also aware of Israeli “terrorist” acts in their war for founding of Israel. I asked him how he learned of that and he said through reading. He in particular said he has read the Old Testament.

I told them about Ron Unz’s piece on how he suspects Meng Wanzhou’s kidnapping and extradition was pretty much ordered by Zionist billionaire Sheldon Adelson who I believe also funds Birthright Israel, along with Unz’s background. Additionally there is that the Jews attempted in the 30s to create a settlement for themselves in Manchuria and that it didn’t come to fruition much because of Japanese alliance with Nazis.

Also I mentioned Bobby Fischer.


Update: the same guy is well aware of Hollywood and US media’s campaign to demean East Asian men while portraying the women as cute and white worshipping. He’s well aware that East Asian men are the most disliked by mainstream America.

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想到章子怡了

最近认识了一位中国80后母亲,一开始跟她聊的很顺,很自然,她也希望知道一些美国的有趣有意义的事情和现象,所以当我晚上累了的时候向她说了说如何美国是为犹太人和以色列服务的正在衰落的超级大国。

我还说到了犹太人试图诱惑策反中国女性的现象,提到了章子怡当时和一位以色列富翁及风险投资家Vivi Nevo有过性关系,我有一次好看到了被暴露的他们在海滩裸体的照片,可是也得知章也回中国并与一位中国音乐家结婚了,犹太人看来又失败了。

那母亲说自己也不喜欢章子怡,将其形容为“作女”。我当时不知道这是什么意思,但网上很容易查到。

我其实不太care章子怡,知道她是美国中学时,英文媒体还宣传她相对比较多。我记得中学看了她演的《十面埋伏》,也记得她在成龙演的Rush Hour也出现了。现在在中国有时也不得不看到她的广告。

与此相关,我昨天独立发明了一个同音,其为好来污

和那为三观很中国的第三代美国华裔的一些聊天内容和其所引发的感想

这周末我做了火车去了另一个城市,见了一个人,也住了一宿。晚上在宾馆里又跟我最近通过我的博客认识的人在微信上沟通了,我们讨论了不少话题,在这里记载一下。

关于种族和政治上的人以类聚,物以群分

那个人非常关注基因,我也跟他说人的世界观和宗教及政治信仰也是有一定遗传因素,关于这个的英文文章我是读过。就是中国人,也有了国共分裂及双方分别根据在大陆和港台美。现在,美国的自由主义伪左派将种族视为一个social construct(社会构建)而非生理的,其荒谬我就不在这里解释了。这让我想起2013年底2014年初的时候,乌克兰在发生政变,一位五岁随父母从乌克兰移民美国的男生对此非常不满,并说了个

Liberalism is a genetic disorder.

翻译成中文就是

自由主义是个遗传精神疾病。

我觉得自由主义本质上就是自欺欺人,然后也觉得总而言之,东亚人自欺欺人的程度小一些吧,所以中国的主流意识形态自然成了反自由主义的。东亚与世界其他地方几乎完全地理隔离,则走了非常不一样的进化道路。印度人与白人相近得多,阿拉伯人也是,他们都是高加索人。相反呢,中亚和东欧有蒙古人种的成分。比方说,维族人和汉人长相区别并没那么大,因为他们,据我所阅读,是蒙古人种和印欧人的混血,而且可能蒙古人种成分大一些。维族的起源是有争议的,我记得读到研究这方面的中国人好像是说在汉朝时期,新疆的人是来自伊朗的印欧人,可是之后,来自蒙古和西伯利亚的一些蒙古人种部落却与他们有了不少混合,所以才说维族人其实是来自于蒙古的人。对这些,我没有资格评论,但是维族人我不是没有接触过,觉得他们长得不像典型的中东人,更像东亚人,但当然还是和纯粹的东亚人有些差距,

我还跟那个说蒙古人其实都难看出来,甚至看不出来,有一位女演员我都没看出是蒙古人,网上查了她才知道。蒙古人的确也把他们的父系基因传遍了一大片土地,覆盖中亚,中东,和东欧。我也跟他说了美州的土著印第安人也是一万多年前的冰时期通过当时冻僵的白令海峡来自西伯利亚的人,所以他们也与东亚人远远更像,与白人相比。

盎格鲁锡安主义亡黄种人之心不死

Reddit上的那个ChinaSuperpower写过当种族差异太大,融入是不可能的,由于人的部落本性。在那种情况下,要不就是征服者,要不就是男人被灭绝,女人以相对低等的地位嫁进异类民族。所以我也认为盎格鲁锡安主义者有对东亚人和东欧人进行种族清洗的政策。他们在90年代在东欧所做的就导致了东欧人失去百分之十的人口。在中国支持亲西方的傀儡也是一种种族清洗的手段,种族清洗不需要直接杀人,长期的奴役或殖民本质上就是一种清洗的形势。就看看好多那些香港华人如何为例,那地方自然吸引了那些更接受甚至愿望服从盎格鲁的华人。

对于香港这个例子,那个人的回答是

他们愿望西化所带来的地位,那些人等到时间到了,会试图换到中国那边。

我对这个的回答是

我觉得你对他们的纯粹为自私自利而这么做的程度或许高估了。我觉得他们好多就是崇洋媚外自我民族自恨得病态者。那些纯粹自私自利的香港商人知道在正式回归被决定后将自己放到中共那边。

对这个,那个人说

那可能就是他们从意识形态上反对中国。我讨厌好多那些人,他们非要把自己表现为英国人,虽然他们不是英国人,由于教育体制将他们引导到了那个方向。我跟他们有所认识,有的还可以,但有的就是人品极差,对人很刻薄。

我之后很他说了孔庆东骂香港人是狗的事件,也说了我去年从Unz Review得知鸦片战争也是(好像根据于印度的)犹太沙宣家族为了他们的经济利益而挑起的,这为犹太人的反华又加了个点。

犹太人对中国的别有用心及心里不安

他问我

你有没有跟犹太人工作过,或者更他们有深入的交流?

我回答

在工作中还真的没有,但是我的确被一些明显鄙视我的犹太老板面试过,他们对我就是个这个人好不好当苦力被剥削的态度。有一个是在一家名牌公司,就是因为最后面试我的大老板是个以特别凶狠的态度对待的以色列人,所以我没有接受那份工作。

我跟你说过,那个学数学的美国犹太人,我和他在网上交流了不少。然后,我还与一位犹太数学博士,特别有才华,并且品德也不错,不像一般犹太人。可是呢,即使那些人,他们如果需要选择还是会毫无犹豫的贴到犹太主流那边。Unz和Bobby Fischer那样的是特别少数的,几乎被边缘化了。像Unz,他可能有两千万身价和一些媒体影响加上Fischer为国际象棋冠军,可以这跟那些真正有钱有权支持锡安主义的主流犹太人相比是啥都不算。如Adelson, Sergei Brin, Steven Spielberg。我在我网站上都积累了一个反华犹太人的名单。还有Elie Wiesel,他儿子是高盛的高管。华人在美国面对犹太人的姿态是极其软弱的,我比他们强硬得多。

对这个他评论

你绝对更是一个自由思想者。

我说

是的,我没有那么被伪造的权威及其煤气灯操纵所盲目。比如,我写过如何在百分之百客观公平的精英竞赛,如普特南,中国学生近年在秒杀犹太人。科研和实际成就上犹太人依然有较大的优势由于他们优越的资源和积累,不过这个也在减小,中国已经追赶了不少。还有,就是在数学和理论物理日本人二战后的地位同等或至少接近。所以,相信他们的“天才”大多有他们的优越资源和媒体吹捧而夸大是合理的。他们的人均财富和社会资源实在太高。他们很少做工人阶层的工作,或者更服从或机械性的脑力活不光因为他们的高智商,还因为他们优越的社会和经济背景。

在英文媒体有不少他们语言智商更高的解释,那正在读数学博士的犹太人有一次跟我以语言智商解释纽约时报专栏者一半为犹太人的现象,这很荒谬,当然,当那个你的写作和语言能力和天赋不能差,可是这方面强的人也并没那么少,只是有这种天赋的人只有很少才有能够给他们那种机会的家庭背景。因为犹太人垄断者美国的媒体,所以自然会把这些机会过多给自己人。

我感觉在中国,在90年代,00年代,好多人对犹太人有敬畏感,觉得他们得了那么多诺贝尔奖,那么有钱,可是现在很多由于中国强大得多了,中国人也对犹太人越来越有疑问了。但是,依然在国际化的学术界,有很多中国人依然拍犹太人的马屁,因为犹太人能提供对他们学术生涯非常有利的国际机会,就是在中国,好多教职要求海外经验,所以学术界里的中国人当然很少敢批评犹太人的作为,不过由于中美关系更加紧张的趋势,这也会慢慢改变的。

我还跟他说了一个例子,就如何那反华反共的犹太人曾对我说过

给我说一个非常创新的专制国家。

当时,我就跟他说了

纳粹德国,前苏联,帝国日本。

尽管他们的专制,他们的先进和创新程度太明显。比如,美国的航天是基于纳粹德国的,战后,美国把纳粹德国最牛的导弹专家大多都挖走了。纳粹时期,德国德裔的顶尖的科学家和工程师大多都支持了纳粹政权,虽然那些顶尖的犹太人去了美国,对美国的原子弹等研制有了决定性作用,帮助了美国赢得战争,也这不改变那些德国的德裔顶尖人才很创新又非常支持纳粹的事实。

以此为例,我说

犹太人就是会为了他们的自己的名族利益最无耻的胡说八道或咄咄逼人,一旦为了犹太人的利益,他们会彻底失去任何理性严谨尊重现实的思维,而且他们这么做竟然能震住或蒙住不少人。

我在美国看到的无脊梁野心主义的人

那个人说他自己也希望发财,也看到在纽约发大财的人好多可残忍了。

这让我想起我接触过的一位硅谷风投初创公司的华裔女CEO,六岁去的美国,应该是83年出生的吧,大学毕业后好像在对冲基金发了些财,身价应该有个一千万吧。我去过好几次她在她家里开的聚会,去的都是些白人和完全美国化的华裔,完全以美国的方式交流。她说话给我一种没有人情的感觉,也显得如那种无脊梁的野心主义者,上了什么福布斯30 under 30(就是30个人,不到30岁)。我看到她说了,写了些一般人会觉得很恶心的话,比如她父母得癌症时(我记得她母亲死了,父亲有没有我就不知道了),自己会如何坐飞机看他们,加了个什么“还好我有钱,机票钱对我啥都不算”,还写道旧金山街上无家可归的人,在某采访中还提到她大陆家庭背景相对负面的事情。她也是中文基本不会,尽管她跟我说大学还上了中文课。我当时还是个幼稚的孩子,不知硅谷初创公司真面貌,还稍微考虑了到她那儿工作,跟她通了一次电话对这个人只形成了更加负面的感觉。

我跟那个人说了这个例子,并评论

我其实也挺aggressive(强硬)和ruthless(残忍),可是我不是那种无脊梁野心主义的人。

对这个,那人就说

有的人就是没有灵魂。

Google Translate blacked out on my site

I use WordPress for it. I had installed a Google Translate plugin. But when I loaded it from a China IP address, I saw in my browser a request to translate.google blocked. That Google Translate module couldn’t load. Similar happens on many other US sites, including Unz Review, and blogspot (owned by Google I believe) is plain blocked in China. I believe Google Analytics has a request made on the client side, which means there might be some trouble logging China visits through that.

So I guess if you want your site to be more functional across the entire world, you should probably boycott Google and its subsidiaries? I have imagined a scenario where in diplomacy China provides a small country some benefit in exchange for their shutting out Google. That really could happen. In a decade’s time, China could really have the leverage to pull that off.

Now I pretty much only use Google’s services when it would be really inconvenient not to and that’s not very often.

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一些关于所谓sexual racism(性感种族主义)的想法

刚才把下面的照片发给了一位女生,问她对这美女如何评价。

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她的评价我就不说了,没有那么高。我就说说我自己的评价吧。可能还是过于受美国媒体文化的影响,一看就觉得是典型的身材好,金发碧眼的来自有钱背景的白人美女。毫无疑问,她显得非常白,这种女人在美国是根本不会搭理我的。记得有一次,在个小博物馆里快要关门了,碰到了一个白人姑娘跟我差不多大吧,不是金发的,颜值仅仅可以,我就试试跟她聊了,一开始好像找了“理由”主动跟她说几句,比如“这博物馆什么时候关门”,或者“你觉得这博物馆的美术如何”,之后我问了她他是做什么的,“她说她在华盛顿DC一个美术的non-profit工作”,我也跟她说了我是做软件开发的。没多久,她对我的态度就是一种“alright bye”。

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Letter to Ron Unz (on his site and on Jews as a group)

This week I released a Disqus comment search now deployed at https://pacific-waters-11622.herokuapp.com/. It allows you to search comments of a specific user filtering by search terms. I thought that if I have the time and motivation, maybe you could commission me to create something similar for Unz Review. I know you have a search on there, but it neither works terribly well nor is it very visible. There is no easy way to get all comments of a user with say, 3000+ comments, and with my web service, I’ve downloaded all comments of Steve Hsu, Bob Sykes, and Godfree Roberts. Bob Sykes has 4000+ and Godfree has 3000+ iirc. They’re now on my site, much more visible than before.

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Thoughts on Google in China

I stumbled upon this MIT Technology Review article: https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612601/how-google-took-on-china-and-lost/. It was quite accurate and well-written. I have put it in my reprints section. Link: https://gmachine1729.com/reprints/how-google-took-on-china-and-lost/.

I remember seeing it used back in its infancy back in 1999. Moreover, around 2000 probably, my mom showed me some newspaper article on the two Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Her words were something like, “they’re so young and already so rich and successful through this. If you’re really good at math, in the future maybe you could become like them too.” I was very little at that time.

There isn’t actually any serious math in most software engineering. Sure, PageRank has some math involved, with matrices and eigenvectors applied to “link analysis,” but overall, it’s more of an engineering, with the math just a tool. My math ability is quite strong but nothing spectacular, and my software engineering ability is probably quite mediocre though certainly good enough to be a software engineer at a top company, as I’ve already done.

Speaking of math, Sergey Brin’s father was a math professor at University of Maryland. Due to his being Jewish, he wasn’t able to officially be a graduate student in the USSR, but the system there back then was flexible enough to let him earn his PhD by passing some exams and writing a thesis with some original work in his spare time, while he worked in the Gosplan, if I remember correctly, the institution involved in economic planning. His dad was unable to get a full time job doing math despite the PhD, despite being quite a good mathematician. Eventually, their family took the difficult move to immigrate to the US, and Sergey ended up hating the USSR for “totalitarianism.”

We all know that USSR very much sided against Israel during the Cold War, so Jews there were by default persona non grata. Though you could become an exception if you really proved yourself not too Jewish in your politics or whatnot, as did Iosif Kobzon (the baritone singer of Soviet red songs considered the Russian Frank Sinatra) and some others. In any case, the USSR didn’t let Jews fuck up the country for their own benefit as the US has done, which is quite respectable. The Jews there made enormous contribution to arts and sciences with their talents, though not in a way that was so much “for the Jewish interest,” as has been the case in America.

I don’t exactly blame Sergey for his political stance. He’s a Jew, not a Russian. I bet he never really felt Russian, just like how I never felt American despite growing up in America. To align with the US over the USSR is very natural for a Jew, for reasons too obvious.

Before I developed some knowledge and credentials, I naturally saw Google very highly, almost blindly so. But over time, I saw some not all that great people becoming software engineers there, which is only natural given how many people they hire. A PhD student told me to my great surprise during my second year of college that I’m definitely smarter than the average Google developer. IQ wise that almost certainly is the case, but being a successful software engineer there is much more than about IQ.

Now I obviously don’t have any awe of Google. Almost certainly, it has the best distributed systems and AI technology. It has the most active users of any internet company in the world (its search engine, Gmail, Chrome, etc). I know and have interacted substantially with many engineers there. 90% of its money is through advertising, and because advertising is so lucrative when you are such a huge media platform, they can afford to pay its employees better, even if most of its engineers do pretty mundane work. Google has also done quite well at marketing, it’s come across as so cool and sexy, and for anybody to challenge it, that person would be mostly viewed as rather strange and uncool.

Larry and Sergey founded the company as graduate students at Stanford. They made a prototype search engine (pretty much a toy project) and I read they almost sold it for a million dollars (it was rejected because the other party found probably their thing not all that great). But after persisting with it and turning it into a company, they managed to secure enough funding and credibility that they could hire some really top notch engineers to make a top-notch technical product.

Yahoo was number one before Google (and was close to acquiring it even), but eventually, Google triumphed. One could say that Jerry Yang and David Filo could have become Larry and Sergey. Or maybe not. Larry and Sergey had a better background. US venture capitalists naturally would prefer Jews, especially a Jew from the Soviet Union who denounced it. Quality of technology is only one aspect of success. Connections and marketing tends to matter way more. Usually once you have enough of the latter, you can more or less buy the former. Larry and Sergey certainly weren’t the best at technology themselves, but they managed to hire people who were to create the real Google. In fact, people were telling me about how there are still traces of them asking some really naive technical questions on the Internet.

I remember Google’s leaving China in early 2010 all over the press. At that time, Google seemed so awesome, and the Chinese government seemed so uncool and shameful. Google appeared to have the moral high ground fighting against an evil communist dictatorship. They had like 25% market share at the time, while Baidu had around 60%, based on what I remember. Kaifu Lee was heading Google China and he was considered a big deal. (I’ve written on here about reading his Chinese book titled A Walk into the Future back in 2008 which after I actually learned math and computer science and actually spent time in academia and the software industry realized was kind of full of shit.) But after Google left, Kaifu also left. He failed to deliver Google in China. As for why Google actually left, that’s quite complex and hard to know for certain. Google will say it was due to being hacked and its principles against censorship. Baidu will say Google was losing money in China (I wouldn’t be surprised if that were the case). Some will say that the Chinese government pretty much forced it out.

As written in that article from Technology Review linked above, the Chinese government has gained much more power and credibility over the past decade, though still disliked in the West. A decade ago, the Chinese government felt like China really needed Google and Silicon Valley giants for the technology and expertise and thus had to make certain concessions; now, that is no longer the case. A decade ago, people in China still really looked up to America. To challenge America’s credibility, especially that of its top institutions, like Google, like Harvard, would have given people some really funny looks in China. Now, with the benefit of China’s sizable advance in economy and technology, the trend seems to be turning. People are thinking more critically now in the face of an authority, including myself, reaching conclusions politically difficult to accept a decade ago.

From my reading and talking with people in China, as China gradually opened up in the 1980s, with more Chinese going to America and spread of American media in China, many in China lost confidence with the home country and eventually questioned the ideology and political system. The difference in level of technology and standard of living was one between heaven and earth. For instance, back then, cars were something that pretty much only organizations could afford. For the best of that generation, success meant being able to go to America for graduate school. Of course, the difference between US and China in 1980 was far smaller than in 1950, but people then did not think that way. They only saw superficially that the material standard of living in America was leagues higher. It was such that people even looked up to the four Asian tigers of South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore as examples to learn from, let alone Japan. After the 89 incident, the political climate in some sense went further in that direction despite the government crackdown and more people wanted to leave the country.

Now that China is far more developed, more people are realizing the foolishness and shortsightedness of certain behaviors and decisions back then and more openly calling them out. As a consequence, people now kind of hate Deng Xiaoping, who some would regard as having come close to having seriously ruined the country. Quite prominently, China in 1980s was already test flying some Boeing 707 like passenger aircraft that was heavily invested in from 1970 on. But much due to its association with the people in power during the Cultural Revolution that Deng’s faction sidelined afterwards, the project was cancelled and the fruits of the R&D, the expertise accumulated, was pretty much wasted. If not for that, China may well already have had her own passenger aircraft in service by 2000, whereas now the target is roughly 2025, after they decided to restart R&D of passenger aircraft sometime in the 2000s. Back then, the political climate was such that integration with America and the rest of the world trumped actual, high quality development. As for those top mainland Chinese who went to America, some did well in academia and industrial R&D, while many only became more or less average engineers or scientists, all within American institutions, as a passive, second-tier minority. Many of the seconds who might have tried to go to America but weren’t able to (or a minority of top people who were patriotic enough to not buy into America even in that climate) ended up heading important projects in China or getting rich in business. As a concrete example, China has developed her own satellite navigation system, Beidou, which entered worldwide service lately according to online sources, an alternative to GPS that came 20+ years later. The Chinese in China who lead that endeavor might not be as smart as the smartest Chinese in America, but they have valuable expertise that no group of Chinese in America could ever have. Beidou is much more valuable than Google, which is honestly quite easily replicable, just at lower quality and scale. In contrast, only America, Russia, and China have the technical expertise and resources to a develop a satellite navigation system.

I’ve come to realize more so over the past year or two that over the 40 years of opening and reform, China did not get all that much from America, nothing that close to outweighed the risk of being dragged into a fire, which I managed to (one could say, narrowly) escape. In contrast, what the Soviets gave to China the 1950s industry and technology wise provided China’s modern foundation; it has been decisive to China’s success today. Moreover, the political and cultural influence from the Soviet Union on China is actually a durable one which has drastically transformed the inner soul of the Chinese people and nation for the better. Remarkable that forty years of direct exposure and interaction with a powerful and subversive America could defeat it not, with the trend now turning the other direction. Continue reading “Thoughts on Google in China”

Different types of people

I started this blog two years ago. At that time, I was still considering going into pure mathematics and at least half of my blog posts were on pure mathematics. I thought rather little about politics at that time.

Though I always had some casual interest in history/politics which I read about on the side, I always considered those as subjects for mediocrities/losers who weren’t smart enough to do math or science. To me, the most embarrassing was to have no real hard skill yet be very politically opinionated, especially in idiotic ways. To me, the typical humanities major in an American university was the lowest of the low. Dumb with no skills AND brainwashed by liberalism. Yet, those people end up running the world much more than actual smart people, because actual smart people are naturally more preoccupied with doing stuff and excelling and achieving for real, especially in math, science, and engineering. They’re too busy to actually gain power, and in the real world, they’re easily typecast as technical people who’re there to do the high IQ work as opposed to actually manage and make political decisions. So, to have people who know graduate level math or physics run the world doesn’t seem socially realistic at all.

When younger, I was more consumed with learning and doing math and computer science and software engineering with a bit of physics too, along with Chinese language and some history and politics on the side, the latter of which I regarded as more like taking a break from an intense workout because it required basically zero effort on my part. I really worshipped people who were real outliers in math and science and strived to be closer to them. I do have some ability there, but I don’t think I have the genes such that I could have been highly successful in some STEM field even with the most optimal environment. Lately though, I’ve lost much interest in that. Likely had my upbringing been more advantageous in that regard, I would still be on that track.

Even in STEM, there is a perceived hierarchy as far as brains go, with, crudely speaking, math and theoretical physics at the top, computer science (with the exception of some fields like programming language theory perhaps) significantly lower, and biology stereotyped as for intellectual lightweights who can’t do math. To STEM elitists, those actually doing humanities fields are often viewed as untouchables. Predictably, people in different fields in academia often look down on each other and can’t really get along, and I don’t think that will ever change.

Despite my STEM elitism, I think I was at heart never so apolitical or so nerdy. For instance, I was in some sense doubly elitist in my (mostly closeted back then) disdain for Chinese-Americans who didn’t know the language and culture. Of course, there are many second generation Chinese-American males who are highly talented in STEM whose abilities and achievements I much respect. Like, I was reminded of a guy who made a major addition to the Haskell language.

ArmorUSA and ChinaSuperpower, both of whom came to the West at young age but returned to the homeland after finishing graduate school, denounce in rage the first generation Chinese immigrants in a way that I would never imagine. To a STEM person, to talk like that would be seen much as embarrassing and unprofessional. After all, people in STEM for whom their everyday work deals with objective right and wrong are much less comfortable making vague general statements especially using semi-dirty language. But eventually, I only became more aware that in people fields, winning politically is what matters, as opposed to getting the factually correct answers.

If I were another standard deviation above the mean in talent, I would probably have a pretty good chance at becoming at least very successful on a purely technical track, and I would be too busy and too fulfilled developing and realizing my technical prowess to even think about the matters that ArmorUSA and ChinaSuperpower write about. I would find much more of a haven from the discrimination against East Asian males in America in my academic and technical accomplishments. At the highest echelons of purely technical (with minimal people managing component) STEM, there really isn’t serious discrimination as far as I can tell.

After I decided that my making a career in mathematics is no longer viable, I wrote much more on topics related to China and Chinese-Americans, with a bit of technical interspersed, still with at least some idea in mind that “ethnic activist” is pejorative. Of course, there was my realizing more so that if I wrote mostly technical, it would be difficult to get people to view my blog. I would affect only people past a rather high cognitive threshold. Indeed, it can be difficult for highly intelligent people to rid themselves of mind bias, to develop more perspective and be able to relate to more ordinary people.

In China, what I like is that the Chinese people there are much more diverse than the ones in America, who tend to be STEM immigrants and their offspring. And I feel that due to shared culture, I can better relate to people there not like myself. One can conclude from this that had I grown up in China, I wouldn’t have been so nerdy and so exclusively invested in STEM.

It’s unfair for college admissions officers and people in the real world to judge Chinese there for being overly focused on math and science and thereby nerdy, one-dimensional, and lacking in leadership or communication skills, because there isn’t much opportunity for the model minority in non-STEM fields. It’s better if you’re female though.

Speaking of female Chinese-Americans, I was recently in Nanjing, where I had the chance to see the Nanjing Massacre Memorial. There, I saw a picture of Iris Chang, a Chinese-American born in 1968 to university science professors, who published a book on the Nanjing Massacre, which became a New York Times bestseller. Her other books were all “ethnic activist” ones. I do wonder how that she managed to make that book New York Times bestseller, like, why would the white mainstream promote her so much? I cannot imagine a Chinese-American male pulling that off regardless of background. There is also that she married a white guy, with a hapa baby two years old when she committed suicide at age 36.

Almost certainly, Iris feels indignant with how Chinese-Americans have been treated, as well as what was suffered under the Japanese. I would not be surprised if ArmorUSA and ChinaSuperpower would view her with some disdain, seeing her a loser or sellout begging for acceptance.

As for myself, I much admire her courage and success in getting some publicity. That was not easy at all and surely, the nature of her work took a toll on her mental health. Overall, what she did was quite positive. More negatively, I also see it somewhat as an act of begging for sympathy, which is hard to truly respect.

I’m a pretty realistic and red-pilled guy in general, and certainly not a fan of passive approaches which miss the root of the problem. (By the way, I haven’t read her book, and I don’t really intend to.) Something to point out though is that from what I gather, the reason why the legacy of the war between China and Japan is such a problem (much more so than the one between Soviet Union and Germany, where the Soviets suffered just as much if not more) is that in the end Japan was defeated by United States and the Soviet Union with Japan transformed into an American puppet state afterwards as opposed to by China. The Japanese soldiers left due to surrender as opposed to actually being kicked out of China by the Chinese. In contrast, the Red Army actually took Berlin and later created a puppet state of East Germany. As part of the arrangement, America actually let Japanese war criminals get away in exchange for data gathered through human experiments in Manchuria, and at that time, the Chinese (and Soviets) were too weak to prevent that from happening. Unlike Soviet Union with respect to the Nazis, China never got any justice with Japan. It was that Imperial Japan was not defeated by the countries most victimized that enables the Japanese today to whitewash that past, what Iris Chang tried to pressure against through her book that gave Japanese war crimes more publicity in the Western world.

The way I see it, hate towards Japan on the part of the Chinese is understandable and unavoidable but neither well-directed nor effectual. More strain in relations between the two sides over the legacy of WWII does not help either side. There is actually more room for long term mutual understanding between China and Japan than between China and the United States. Both are Mongoloid countries with a Confucian tradition, with Chinese characters part of the Japanese script. On this, ArmorUSA has also pointed out, along with Zeldovich Yakov on Zhihu, that a Chinese in Japan, so long as he speaks fluent Japanese, can pass as Japanese, but a Chinese in America will never been seen as an American due to how he looks. Between China and the Anglo world, there is also neither cultural nor ideological compatibility, whereas China and Japan are more or less part of the same culture.

Despite that it was the Asian countries most victimized, Japan, indignant with how it was treated, was actually fighting WWII against the Anglo world. China at that time was too weak and backwards to be treated as an equal though too large to conquer. In the end, the gap between Japan and the Anglo world only widened, with the Japanese mainland conquered and occupied by a foreign force for the first time in history.

I recall Iris Chang used the word “genocide.” Well, ChinaSuperpower believes that the Anglo world intends genocide on East Asians. He is being a bit extreme here but he has a point. After all, the Anglo world did unapologetically commit genocide against the Native Americans who migrated to the Americas across the Bering Strait during the Ice Age. Nobody cares about the Native Americans anymore in America. The Jews, who run much of the Anglo world at this point, have been relentlessly trying to weaken and fragment the Arab countries in an attempt to systematically perpetuate Jewish-Anglo domination of the Middle East. Moreover, I learned last year that it was also a Jewish family that was responsible for the Opium Wars. It is also the Jews and America who seek to further political division among Chinese by defending and promoting the exiled regime in Taiwan and those associated with it. (On this, I shall note that Iris Chang’s parents were from well off intellectual families and fled to Taiwan to escape the communist takeover.) My experience with Americans has been that they love to make distinction between PRC and Taiwan and Hong Kong, treating the Taiwanese as a different identity from the mainland Chinese despite that they are the same ethnicity and culture, politics aside.

It is the pro-West right wing Chinese that is the most representative of the legacy of Western imperialism in China, that ought to be destroyed for the Chinese to truly rejuvenate. They are collaborators with the Anglo world from within on its genocide agenda. Many of them, such as Kaifu Lee, are already too entrenched based on both their family background and personal actions. ChinaSuperpower is very much correct that there isn’t much time left now, and one has to pick a side and do enough to prove that one is indeed on that side.

Iris Chang might feel indignant that people in the West don’t care about the Nanjing Massacre and other Japanese war crimes in China anywhere near as much as they do about the Holocaust. Though the Japanese were no less horrific, it’s absurdly wishful to expect Westerners to care anywhere near as much about them. Heck, the West doesn’t even care about and seldom mentions the war crimes and death toll on the Eastern Front, where the Soviet Union lost a much higher proportion of its population than did China, and the Slavic people are more or less white and Western in culture. So how can one expect the West to relate in a serious way to Japanese war crimes in China? The Chinese, based on the other side of the globe, are too racially and culturally different, not to mention ideologically opposed. The Chinese, unlike white and Western passing Jews, don’t have any political power in America either and neither will their perpetual foreigner descendants. Any Chinese with non-trivial political power (assuming there actually is one) in America is almost certainly a minority agent for American interests.

As for the Chinese in America, it’s unreasonable to blame whites for not viewing ethnic Chinese born in America as their own regardless of how Americanized they are or how American their English sounds. It’s also unreasonable to blame white Americans for viewing China as a competitor or threat or for being somewhat suspicious of ethnic Chinese in America. I have in general little respect for the Chinese-Americans with the beg for acceptance attitude. I advise Chinese in America with the ability to pursue a STEM field where you can hide in academia or in a company with many immigrants where you are judged more on your objective skills and work than on how you relate with people. Learn the Chinese language and culture so that you and later your kids won’t be stuck in the West. Don’t waste your time and energy trying to be American. Don’t be a loser like that.

As for interaction with whites, I find that whites in STEM fields are generally much better. Not that there isn’t any discrimination or racial tribalism there, almost certainly it’s far better than in the people fields, and you shouldn’t have to try to find out, as trying anything seriously necessarily comes with some opportunity cost. As much as I may dislike the Jews as a group, surely the ones in STEM are much better than those in finance, media, law, politics, and the social sciences, though almost certainly, they are higher in ethnic nepotism and bias than others in the same field. I’ve interacted with Jews in math and physics who were certainly smarter and higher-achieving than I am and they were for the most part nice people as well, with arguably also fewer personality problems.

I dislike the West mostly for its political value system, which is full of shit. Politics anywhere is at least a little full of shit, and in the Western, Anglo context, it is especially especially full of shit. The Western political elites are mostly dangerous, mentally sick people on a relentless mission of destruction, subversion, and genocide of those not subordinate to them. They dress this malice with an icing of “freedom, democracy, human rights, universal liberal values,” and I can’t see how anyone with a brain could not see through this. Lately, they haven’t even been successful at that but that doesn’t seem to alter their nature. Since it’s Jews with loyalty to Israel who spearhead the West, occupying so much of the capital and positions of power, it’s only fair to place much of the blame on them. There are Jews in STEM and second or third tier rich and influential like Ron Unz opposed to the establishment but they do not have the ability to seriously effect change. More whites seem to be waking up to this over the years too, and so, Facebook and the likes respond with more censoring. I certainly encourage more people, especially those of Chinese descent, to boycott Google and Facebook, which are both Zionist run companies. Chinese should be grateful that their great union has been wise and strong enough to protect the vast majority from those.

What Japan did to China during WWII is more a symptom of the problem, far from its core. The core of problem is the Anglo world and the Zionists who run it. Japan was in opposition with the Anglo world during WWII and with China’s help, the Anglo world managed to fully conquer it. But history was set up such that afterwards, the Chinese people collectively realized that only by turning against the Anglo world could they rejuvenate and much has been achieved over the past seven decades. That post war Japan has served up to this day as deputy of Anglo imperialism in East Asia is an artifact of conquest. Inherently, Japan should actually be in opposition to or at least a competitor of the Anglo world. America doesn’t care much about Japan anymore because Japan is already conquered and no longer poses any geopolitical threat, unlike during WWII. If not for that, the Anglo-Zionists would only be teeming with resentment, hate, and yearning for genocide towards the Japanese people as was the case during WWII. This Jew who helped me awaken further to the con being played on Chinese in America once said to me that the Chinese deserved to get brutalized by the Japanese during WWII.

It was Western imperialism that further divided East Asia. Aside from the Japanese invasion of Korea in the late 16th century, China, Korea, and Japan for the most part got along. Japan’s colonization of Korea and wars against China were out of a need to prove its modernization in the face of the Western powers. The divide of Korea and the far less traumatic one of China (that very asymmetric between PRC and anti-PRC) was, too, mostly a product of Anglo imperialism, and if not for the Anglo world’s wanting to keep it that way for its own benefit, the problem would have already been resolved internally. I am sick of all those Jewish voices like Nicholas Kristof under Jewish backing in the Anglo world who evangelize bullshit further for this purpose, and unfortunately for them, time is definitely not on their side. Readers of this blog see someone who should’ve become Americanized (but decided to stay politically wise instead) utterly disgusted with the Anglo world, calling out the Jews who run it, and doing what he can to mend the damage. This could not have been done anywhere near as much without a certain degree of implicit backing tied to certain global developments over the past decade.

Whites ought to understand that East Asians are not the problem. It is a small subset of Jews and their lackeys running America that is the core of the problem. Those are the people trying to trick you and exploit you for their agenda of proliferating and perpetuating Zionist political power on this planet. My white friend, who actually has genuine elite status on STEM contests at the high school and college level, saw it very clearly. His words were

A world run by Chinese or Japanese is one where they’d be rich and on top but mostly leave others alone, except to get money from them. A world run by whites is one where half want to conquer and half want to help. A world run by Jews is one where they’d systematically extinguish any hope of ending it.