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Take A Step Back, Asian Women! - Part 2    

By Paul Fox
3729 Views | 33 Comments | 8/4/2017 1:20:48 PM

On the surface, life in China seems to throw up very few 'social issues' when compared to life in the West. You don't see graffiti; no hooligans pissing up the side of cars at closing-time; no-one throwing rocks through plate-glass windows just because they are drunk and think it's a good idea; few people get attacked because of their race, colour or creed; and there is no cancerous PC.

Like the West, a relatively small number of government people tell a population, of just short of 1.4 BILLION, what they can and can't do.  Yet here, people essentially live in peace and harmony with each other, albeit with a bit of Internet censorship, without the need to 'police' each other, and guess what.....? People are not as sick-and-tired of their government to the extent that Westerners are sick-and-tired of theirs. Why? Probably due to Internet censorship. Try telling a person in China that NASA never landed on the Moon in 1969 and they'll want to kill you!


There's a REASON why there'll never be peace in the Middle-East; there's a REASON why people in Africa are starving (when the Chinese population throws away enough food in a single day to keep them fed for a decade), it's all about 'control'.


When we take into account the fact that the world may be over-populated, and the fact that hundreds of millions of people exist on less that $1 per day, who are the ones likely to 'go' first?


After all, what use to the economy are people who live on $1 a day? Let's forget the fact that we are ALL human beings and that the poorest person has as much right to live as do people like Trump and Branson, who have more money than they could spend in 100 lifetimes.....These people are a waste of time, they have no bank accounts, no mortgage, no money to spend on pharmaceuticals, they are 'oxygen-thieves' and therefore should be eradicated. Their only 'crime' is that they are poor.

The rich become richer while the poor become poorer....How much money does one NEED, for heaven's sake?

That scumbag excuse for human life, George Soros, is reported to be worth nearly $25 Billion. More money than he could possibly spend in 1000 lifetimes.


If anything, perhaps the biggest problem for Westerners to contend with in China is what most of us consider to be a 'rude' and 'inconsiderate' attitude by many of the Chinese people. However, this was explained away recently (although I don't necessarily subscribe to it, but it does hold certain merits), insofar as China, whilst currently experiencing the longest period of prosperity in its 5000-year history, still holds the deeply inherent attitude of 'survival' that is still prevalent in its people, especially those over the age of 40.

In the last 50 years or so, China has experienced unprecedented growth. More people have been elevated out of poverty than ever before.

'Mrs Wong' may have clocked up a total of 50km since buying her new Mercedes sports car 2 years ago because she only uses it to drive to the local supermarket once a week - but who cares?

Mrs Wong is showing her family, friends and neighbours that she is no longer living a poverty-stricken life. People respect that, preferring NOT to walk along the side of her car with a key and put a deep scratch in the paintwork because they feel envious.

The latest 'trend' seems to be in restaurants when rice is often the LAST dish to be served. The meat, chicken, and fish dishes are eaten first, then the rice comes out, perhaps as a kind-of reminder as to what life was like a few years ago when rice was ALL people could afford to eat.


For me, the craziest thing of all is the perception, that many Chinese people have, especially Chinese women, that the West is some kind of 'Utopia'.

'Oh, the West is so Free!' It's nothing but a 'microwave mentality'

It reminds me of something called 'India Syndrome'. This is something that many people attribute the roots way back to the days of John Lennon and 'The Beatles'. Essentially, Westerners from all over the world head to India in the hope of finding their own spirituality. Sadly, 99.9% of them fail. Around 100 per year end up in hospital, and the 'prescription' given to them by the doctors is simply to buy a plane ticket home.

Society in the West is totally out-of-control when compared to society in China.

The USA is pushing their 'transhumanism agenda', is teaching grade 5 teenagers how to have safe anal sex, teaching kindergarten kids that it's 'OK to be gay', and reportedly has an official list of 59 recognised genders. WTF?

In Canada, soon-to-be-parents are pushing for a genderless birth certificate for their child - so the child can 'decide later' what it wants to be - while normal people end up on the wrong side of the law for the misuse of a personal pronoun. If a woman thinks she's a rabbit, then that's OK, but for heaven's sake don't call her 'Miss Rabbit' or you'll be arrested. Is THIS 'freedom'?


Is THIS the kind of 'freedom' that Asian women desire?

Prominent business and political leaders are conducting Satanic Rituals at 'Bohemian Grove', whilst Hollywood and the music industry are partaking in occultism by eating 'human cakes' (see below)


We're constantly lied to about EVERYTHING by governments around the world. Chinese people will never know the truth because they beLIEve everything they are fed by the little black plastic box with a glass screen.

Add to that the rampant addiction to their mobile phone and the good old PTB have got everyone nicely 'tucked-away'.

Any woman who wants to swap her life in China for the 'freedom of the West' must have rocks in her head.

Herd mentality may be prevalent here, but it's a completely different kind of herd mentality to that seen in the so-called 'free' West.

Believe me, the world hasn't changed a bit in 2000 years, it's just the packaging that's moved with the times.

My colleague often says, 'The human race doesn't DESERVE to continue....' Can anyone blame him?


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#2017-08-04 13:18:35 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

I'm not quite sure whether to congratulate you for rightly dealing with a the issue of Chinese women wrongly tendng to think that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence, and that life is better in the West than in China, or to censor you for seeming to deal with that issue for the sole purpose of getting in another round of political angst derived from the attack on humanity alledged to be by the New World Order.

Hmmm. What to do, what to do...

Any thoughts everyone? 

#2017-08-04 13:28:58 by Barry1 @Barry1



"Hmmm. What to do, what to do... Any thoughts everyone?"


Freedom of speech should reign free in a tolerant world lead by good men and true.


My vote is to let Paul write, help him to gradually exorcise those awful demons partying madly within his perturbed soul! (sweat)

#2017-08-04 14:58:27 by anonymous16467 @anonymous16467


Pull the plug on Paul.

#2017-08-04 16:27:24 by melcyan @melcyan



You made the following comment in part one of this blog


“ what made me decide this blog should be published, after much thought, is that I believe it is crucial to a long term relationship between an (U.S.) American and a (Mainland) Chinese succeeding that both parties try hard to understand how different the two political/cultural systems are, and how differently each system is perceived by members of the other.”


John, did you get what you were hoping for?


Rather than posting these blogs, I think that you would have been much better off posting the transcript of the TED talk I have previously referred to


together with several case studies (successful and unsuccessful) of Chinese women who have moved to the USA.


My guess is that the women who have moved from China to the USA did not engage politics either before or after the move. I doubt that politics was important to them. I doubt that they are chasing “freedom”. I also doubt that they would see themselves as moving to a better health system. I think they were hoping for more money and the better opportunities for family life that arise from having more money.


My partner ended up in Australia in 1989 because she won a “study lottery” in Shanghai. She had previously been denied the opportunity to do a degree because she had not done her time working as a peasant on Chinese farms during the Cultural Revolution. If she had known that economic circumstances were going to improve so quickly in Shanghai over the following decade she would not have risked making the move to Australia. She was not chasing political freedom but better economic conditions. She accepted political amnesty following the Tiananmen Square deaths for economic reasons rather than a desire for “freedom”.


#2017-08-04 23:58:45 by anonymous16470 @anonymous16470

what to do? Get rid of Sorros!!

#2017-08-05 08:04:47 by paulfox1 @paulfox1

Bit of both, John. Imagine you are driving on the freeway, within the speed limit, and the bored copper traveling behind you decides to pull you over, despite him having no reason to stop you. He then asks you to take a breath test, despite him having no reason to suspect you of drinking. If you refuse, you're arrested. So as a lawyer, how does that sit with you? This so-called 'free society' treats everyone as being GUILTY until they PROVE their innocence. That's my point ! 


#2017-08-05 08:06:00 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


Awwww. What's up mate - scared of reality ?

#2017-08-05 08:18:00 by paulfox1 @paulfox1

@anonymous16470​          Such a wonderful low-life scumbag. Reportedly paying protesters $15,000 per month to protest against Trump.

#2017-08-05 08:20:12 by paulfox1 @paulfox1

@Barry1    No 'demons' mate.

#2017-08-05 08:22:17 by Barry1 @Barry1


" I think that you would have been much better off posting the transcript of the TED talk I have previously referred to.......... together with several case studies (successful and unsuccessful) of Chinese women who have moved to the USA."

What a good idea, Melcyan.


Why don't YOU write or transcribe a few of these articles and case studies and get them posted?  :^)

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