Why I Hate Blacks Kenneth Eng, Feb 23, 2007 Here is a list of reasons why we should discriminate against blacks, starting from the most obvious down to the least obvious: •Blacks hate us. Every Asian who has ever come across them knows that they take almost every opportunity to hurl racist remarks at us. In my experience, I would say about 90 percent of blacks I have met, regardless of age or environment, poke fun at the very sight of an Asian. Furthermore, their activity in the media proves their hatred: Rush Hour, Exit Wounds, Hot 97, etc. •Contrary to media depictions, I would argue that blacks are weak-willed. They are the only race that has been enslaved for 300 years. It’s unbelievable that it took them that long to fight back. On the other hand, we slaughtered the Russians in the Japanese-Russo War. •Blacks are easy to coerce. This is proven by the fact that so many of them, including Reverend Al Sharpton, tend to be Christians. Yet, at the same time, they spend much of their time whining about how much they hate “the whites that oppressed them.” Correct me if I’m wrong, but wasn’t Christianity the religion that the whites forced upon them? •Blacks don’t get it. I know it’s a blunt and crass comment, but it’s true. When I was in high school, I recall a class debate in which one half of the class was chosen to defend black slavery and the other half was chosen to defend liberation. Disturbingly, blacks on the prior side viciously defended slavery as well as Christianity. They say if you don’t study history, you’re condemned to repeat it. In high school, I only remember one black student ever attending any of my honors and AP courses. And that student was caught cheating. It is rather troubling that they are treated as heroes, but then again, whites will do anything to defend them. Proof That Whites Inherently Hate Us Kenneth Eng, Nov 24, 2006 White people hate us and will always hate us. Here is a simple list of evidence, going from the most obvious down to the least obvious: How many American films feature Asian heroes who are not stereotyped? If someone makes a negative comment about a black person, all of the whites get hopping mad. Make a negative comment about the Asian race and nobody cares. Most Asians know that everywhere we go, white/black/Hispanic people hurl racist remarks at us. I have already received about 10 racist remarks in the past three months and I have only been out of my home a handful of times. In 1982, Vincent Chin was killed by two white people, Michael Nitz and Ronald Ebens. Both murderers went free, as the judge claimed that they were not the type of people who deserved to be in prison. Chai Vang righteously killed six white people after they approached him with guns first. Unlike the “men” who murdered Vincent Chin, brave Mr. Vang was sentenced to life. Asian civil rights activities receive virtually no media attention. Yet Rosa Parks was pretty much honored as a hero just because she refused to give up her seat. This is curious because Vincent Chin died to defend his race. Why hasn’t he been given an award?It is quite naïve to think that all of this can be explained by claiming that whites are not “enlightened” or that whites lack awareness of our issues. It is even more immature to think that things will get better if only we continue to protest peacefully through lame marches and letters to the producers of (insert any American TV show here). Animals, through evolution, are intrinsically developed to detest organisms that are different; the obvious reason being that conformity to a certain level increases the chances of a species’ survival. Since humans are part of the animal kingdom, it should be no surprise that whites have evolved to hate Asians, who have a strikingly different appearance than them. Furthermore, we do live in an age where “political correctness” and anti-racism are in vogue. Why then, are there virtually no Asian heroes in the media? This is solid proof that we are enemies in the eyes of the Aryans. If even in an epoch where equality is an important matter they still do not treat us as equals, then what hope is there that they will ever treat us equally? More importantly, why should we care? We vastly outnumber them. When you have a disobedient child, you do not give him gifts to make him abide to your will. You show him the cane. Why I Hate Asians Kenneth Eng, Jan 12, 2007 It seems like an odd title for an article written by an Asian Supremacist, but there are very good reasons why I hate many of my own kind. The first thing I hate about Asians in America is how so many of them want to suck up to whites. I have had fistfights and verbal altercations with many who discriminated against me and my people. Sadly, however, the Asians who witness or hear about these battles often hate me for being "hypocritical," and tell me that "two wrongs don’t make a right." Do these sycophants think it’s "cool" to mindlessly side with whites and blacks? Is it not enough that we have to fight against discrimination? Now we have to fight amongst ourselves as well? The second thing I hate about Asians is how little pride most of them have. This may be the result of societal brainwashing, but whatever the cause, it must stop. I am repulsed when I see Asian guys speak with British accents in an attempt to sound sophisticated. British people can’t be all that sophisticated if they don’t yet understand the concept of dental hygiene. I am also sickened when I hear Asian people imitate Negro slang in an endeavor to sound "ghetto." Am I supposed to be impressed that such a person emulates the attitude of a supposed slum resident? More importantly, whatever happened to being yourself? The third thing I hate about Asians is how apathetic many of them are in terms of honor these days. If I saw an Asian being stereotyped in a movie theater, I would immediately stand up and shout incessantly at the screen so that none of the white audience members could enjoy the film. When I saw a white man yelling at an old Asian woman a few months ago, I walked up to him and hollered slurs right back in his Aryan face. But most other Asians, I am disappointed to say, would rather just chuckle at their own stereotypes on screen and ignore the problems of their brethren. At the risk of sounding corny, whatever happened to the days of the samurai? When honor meant more than life? Whatever happened to the age of Sun Tzu when we used to kick ass? Don’t get me wrong. I love the Asian race, but every race has its inferiors. Why Non-Violent Protest Will Never Help Asians Kenneth Eng, Dec 22, 2006 Johnny Blockhead, a German American senator, walks into his office one day, only to find a letter from an Asian American Man. It kindly outlines evidence that Asians are still not being treated fairly in the United States and what Mr. Blockhead should do to help improve Asian American activism. Blockhead, rather than considering the proposal, writes a letter in return, asking for more details. However, he does not care about the Asian Man’s rights. He just wants to laugh at how silly it is to think that writing letters like an 11 year old will make him take time out from more important issues, like supporting the wretched church. Meanwhile, Vinnie, an Italian American filmmaker, gets a letter from MANAA, the Media Action Network for Asian Americans. It claims that his films are very unfair toward images of Asian Americans and asks kindly that he change them. Vinnie tosses it in the trash and continues making his film, which features hundreds of Asian people being slaughtered by the white hero. Afterward, he arranges a media interview in which he espouses the notion that he loves Asian cinema. All of the whites in this country instantly believe that his film is pro-Asian and reject any views to the contrary. In a city subway, a number of black students are poking fun at an Asian student. However, the Asian student does not fight back. No, he was trained by his teachers (who are also white) that non-violence is mature and that he should always try to reason with people. So he tells the black students that they are being rude. They chuckle at the top of their lungs and punch him. He then finds some cops and reports the incident to them. However, the black kids all lie to the cops and declare that he was the one who attacked first. The cops, resigned to a life of agreeing with the majority, arrest the Asian student. Yet, in the street, an Asian mayor negotiates filming location rights with a Caucasoid studio businessman named Mr. White. White thinks he can have his way with any Asian person, and so he behaves very disrespectfully, demanding that he can shoot his film anywhere in the mayor’s city. The Asian Man, however, knows how to handle this maturely. He grabs Mr. White by the blonde hair and punches him in the face. White, shocked that a politician could ever attack him, widens his blue eyes in total terror. The mayor knows he risks being locked up, but also knows that ethics are sometimes more important than pragmatic affairs. He continues beating the Caucasoid until it runs away. Fortunately, by the time Mr. White returns with police officers, all the witnesses have left. The mayor simply lies to the police, and since they have no evidence that he was the attacker, they cannot make an arrest. The mayor is the only Asian man that goes home happy. Diary of an Attack Kenneth Eng, Feb 02, 2007 December 21, 2006: I was walking down the street in Bayside, Queens, when I was confronted by 6 to 8 white youths that ranged from ages 15 to 18. One of them called me a gook. I immediately marched toward them and told them that they were conformist white whores. Insults were traded. Threats were exchanged. At last, I challenged their alpha male, a 6’2" teenager who had a lanky build to a fistfight. He struck first, hitting me twice on the right side of my face. Before I could counterattack, he had somehow knocked me off my feet and kicked me a number of times in the chest. Two white schoolgirls, who were part of their gang, looked on. White and Hispanic police arrived on the scene with both me and all of the attackers present. I had visible facial injuries, including blood from my mouth. However, instead of arresting any of the attackers, they had me sent to a hospital. Not because I was injured, but because they thought I was insane. (I have a voice recording of one of the officers admitting this.) Notice also that in this fight, I was unable to get any shots in. January 4, 2007: After two weeks of calling the police precinct and getting no response, I ran into the police officer who was one of the officers responsible for this injustice. I scolded her and demanded to know why the attackers were not arrested. She threatened to arrest me for disorderly conduct. That would have been ridiculous. There is no law against shouting, especially in a country that supposedly advocates freedom of speech. She called in an Italian lieutenant who, to my understanding, was the one who gave the order to have me hospitalized. I lectured him as well about how he should perform his duties, and then I commanded that he tell me why nothing was done. Instead of giving me an answer, he (not surprisingly) called the hospital again to have me institutionalized. He and his groupie friends proceeded to call me "dragonmaster," referencing the subject matter of my published books. Neither of these times was I deemed insane. In fact, the hospital workers expressed some annoyance that I was sent to the hospital at all. I have attempted to take legal action against these "people." But many professionals are telling me that for many reasons, nothing will happen to these officers and the youths who attacked me. NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Incident 1 Kenneth Eng, Dec 08, 2006 The following is an account of an incident that occurred when I was a student at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, or as I call it, School of the Farts. Regardless of what you may believe, it is entirely true to the word. In September 2003, I was enrolled in an advanced production class in NYU’s film school. The teacher was Kelly Reichardt. We were asked to present our scripts for possible production into films, but before we started, Reichardt gave us one warning — "Don’t use stereotypes." The next week, a black student presented a script with (what do you know!) stereotypes of Asian people. In her story, an Asian woman with a foreign accent gets robbed by black kids, who are treated as heroes. The Asian character is shown absolutely no dignity. When asked to read the script aloud, a white girl gladly imitated a clichéd "Asian" accent. I, being more polite than I should have been, did not interrupt. After the reading of the script was done, I was waiting for the teacher to denounce the stereotype. However, neither she nor the white students even brought up the issue. A homosexual Asian student finally asked very kindly for the black student to remove the offensive material, she said, "Yeah, but it’s pretty much true. I do live in an African American community." As the whites changed the subject, I raised my hand to retort, but was ignored. In fact, I had to wait until the discussion was almost over before I was given the chance to speak (even though I was nice enough not to interrupt their discussion). I said, "I don’t think an Asian would be dumb enough to do that. I think you should use a Negro." The class instantly went into an uproar, with one student even uttering, "I can’t believe he just said that." The teacher then scolded me for "making insults." I replied by claiming that the black girl insulted my race, to which Reichardt said, "I cannot IMAGINE any way in which [the student] insulted you. And even if she did, you have no right to insult her back!" I was subsequently removed from the class. I could not dispute the matter because all of the witnesses, who were white, had refused to acknowledge any discriminatory remarks made against Asians. NYU is arguably the most prestigious film school in America. If the white populace of this institution, which is supposedly the top 1 percentile of the nation, is not intelligent enough to see something so obvious, how can we realistically expect the majority of their people to?