November 13, 2015
At Claremont McKenna College in California, disgruntled colored people are demanding racial segregation. They are using the language of “safe spaces” for “marginalized identities.”
At one of their rallies, a Chinese chick stood up and said she was racially harassed by a Black man, and they flipped out. She was silenced.
What she basically appeared to be communicating is that she liked White people and didn’t understand what was happening with the Black freakout. She is presumably bothered by the fact these people are disrupting her education, probably feeling pressure from her parents, worried that the Black mess is going to hurt her grades.
Asians generally are not a problem; the IQ average just generally allows them to understand situations and get along. Though this does appear to be changing some, especially for second and third generation Asians.
Here’s a picture of “yellow peril” showing solidarity with “Black power” in California.
Though that woman holding the sign doesn’t look particularly yellow to me. It’s a Paki.