Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Just Like China

Well, is that a good idea? http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/08/sports/tennis/08lina.html?hpw Chinese tennis lesser star Li Na was profiled in the NYT and it appears that both she and the NYT like the idea of America becoming Chinese. '“It is exactly like China,” Li said with a broad smile.'

They both also appear to think that American taxpayers should be subsidizing retired Chinese. "She stood near tables of men huddled around games of checkers." Don't these people have jobs or are they on SSI? SSI I will bet. Over 70% of the people on SSI are immigrants.

In a similar vein, Anthony Bourdain, the snob and travel writer, denigned to visit the outer boroughs of NYC and was happy to find them devoid of white people. http://www.travelchannel.com/TV_Shows/Anthony_Bourdain/Episode_Guide_New_York_Outer_Boroughs He even happily observed that the Koreans don't like white people in "their" restaurants.

Imagine if some white person had said that about blacks. Opps, they did, and we got the 1964 Civil Rights Act, but apparently Bourdain did not get the memo.

He has the typical disdain and hatred for his fellow whites, but expresses it in strange terms. KISS, bad, New York Dolls, good.

Praytell, what is the difference. Both are all male rockbands who dress up like women. One is bad, uncool, white, and can actually play their instruments after a manner, and they actually had some hits. The other is cool, but can't play an instrument, and had no hits.

Apparently Comrade Thomas Friedman wants in on the China action. Sounding much like a facist, but we really know deep in his heart Friedman is a Red, he says that a one-party dictatorship is better than democracy. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/09/opinion/09friedman.html?_r=2

The money quote from Comrade Friedman apparently channeling both Hitler and Trotsky at the same time:

"Watching both the health care and climate/energy debates in Congress, it is hard not to draw the following conclusion: There is only one thing worse than one-party autocracy, and that is one-party democracy, which is what we have in America today.

One-party autocracy certainly has its drawbacks. But when it is led by a reasonably enlightened group of people, as China is today, it can also have great advantages. That one party can just impose the politically difficult but critically important policies needed to move a society forward in the 21st century. It is not an accident that China is committed to overtaking us in electric cars, solar power, energy efficiency, batteries, nuclear power and wind power. "

And they can build autobahns and lots of steelmills, too.

It appears that Bourdain and Friedman are just selfhating BoBos who never goes anywhere in the U.S. except Manhattan, but loves the rest of the world so long as they are not white or American.

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