Warriors of Wolves: Thinking Racially By Tom North
A Chinese movie, Wolf Warriors II was shown in Australia, with attending Chinese singing the national anthem of China and waving Chinese flags:
The bad guys are Whites, of course. Ok, Rambo had Asian villains, but the real difference is the audience reaction:
“At the end of the film the red cover of a Chinese passport is shown, alongside the message: “Citizens of the People’s Republic of China: When you encounter danger in a foreign land, do not give up! Please remember, at your back stands a strong motherland.”
A Chinese student wrote: “We overseas students sat in the same cinema, though don’t know each other, we are proud of being Chinese…Never give up Chinese citizenship.” “I am determined to be a follower of motherland.” The students at the screening sang the national anthem of China at the end of the movie: The Australian, September 19, 2017, p. 4.
Yep, that’s multiculturalism for you.
However, I have no problem with the students doing this: good on them for doing what is biologically natural, and loving their own kind. No problem here. But, if the students are such strong nationalists, why are they here and not in mother China? Just asking.
Our Leftist students want to tear Australia apart, and reduce White people to a minority, then extinction. It is inconceivable for the Chinese to contemplate doing that to China, yet here White genocide is a business and a career option. It will be really interesting when a war erupts between China and the US, and Australia has to take sides, with its large Chinese population.
It is a pity the deracinated, cucked Anglos, who have through cowardice let their country dissolve, did not have a few grams of this sort of nationalism. Maybe then, something could survive, and we could avoid, not a century of humiliation, but a few decades of annihilation. Christians who sneer at “tribalism,” for their kind, will need to endure the tribalism of the rest of the world.
The Chinese dominance issue has erupted in the New Zealand election, with concerns about Chinese political donations, and ownership of farms, which also serve to allow industrial balloons to be launched, which have a missile technology use: The Australian, September 21, 2017, p. 1.
Apparently, last year six Chinese donors met with former prime minister John Key, and donated $100,000 in a bid to change New Zealand’s flag “because it reminded them of the history of British imperialism in China.” But, the flag with the Union Jack was retained – ha, ha, ha.