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  • Return of the Anti-Chinese League: Dems want California to resurrect an ugly institution.

    03/17/2014 8:04:39 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 11 replies
    National Review ^ | 03/17/2014 | Kevin D. Williamson
    Are our boys and girls wrongIn expecting you who make your livingExclusively off the white raceTo stop patronizing Jap laundries.And thereby assist your fellow men and womenIn maintaining the white man’s standard in a white man’s country? — Placards belonging to the Anti-Jap Laundry League, Calif., 1908 California has a long and ugly history of discriminating against Asian Americans. From the Anti-Jap Laundry League, the Anti-Chinese League, the Asiatic Exclusion League, the alien land laws, the Anti-Coolie Act . . . the list is long. Much of that discrimination had its origins on the left, with the Ant-Jap Laundry Act,...
  • Refugee Group Interview: North Korean Neocons!(loves Bush,Rice,Bolton; pro-America)

    05/15/2005 10:43:42 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 15 replies · 812+ views
    North Korea zone ^ | 05/13/05 | OneFreeKorea
    May 13, 2005 - 07:38 PM Refugee Group Interview: North Korean Neocons! Defectors, Interviews, Politics, Refugeesby OneFreeKorea a/k/a WonsanGhetto Thanks again to reader Brendan Brown and his North Korean refugee students in Seoul, who have agreed to a second group interview to share their opinions about their homeland and give us a rare--albeit unscientific--glimpse into the perspective of ordinary North Koreans. Undoubtedly, it took great courage for them to discuss matters that could put them or their families at risk. For their protection, I have redacted details that could identify them. Brendan is an Australian national who teaches English to...
  • Japan: Chinese facilities attacked with metal balls

    04/18/2005 5:40:17 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 19 replies · 1,101+ views
    Mainich Daily News ^ | 04/18/05 | Mainichi Shimbun
    Chinese facilities attacked with metal balls Vandals fired metal balls through air guns into China-related friendship centers in and near Tokyo early Monday, possibly in reprisal for anti-Japanese demonstrations across China over the weekend, police said.The makeshift bullets burst through a glass panel at the Nitchu Gakuin, a language center affiliated with the Japan-China Friendship Center in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo.The balls resemble ball bearings and are similar to those that were fired into a Bank of China branch in Yokohama on April 10. The Bank of China is a state-owned bank in China.Police said a cleaner arrived at the Nitchu...
  • First 'Anti-Japanese Strike' by Chinese; Japan Calls Protestors 'Controlled Mob'

    04/18/2005 4:01:48 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 10 replies · 650+ views
    Chosun Ilbo ^ | 04/18/05 | Chung Kwon-hyun & Song Ui-dal
    /begin my translationFirst 'Anti-Japanese Strike' by Chinese; Japan Calls Protestors 'Controlled Mob'Chung Kwon-hyun from TokyoSong Ui-dal             from Hong Kong 04/18/05Anti-Japanese protests in China are getting violent, and anti-Chinese sentiment in Japan is rising. The relationship between two countries is showing a sign of further deterioration. On (Apr) 16th, 3,000 Chinese workers at "Sun Electrics Co.(?)," a Japanese company located in Dong-guan City near Shenzhen, went on a strike against 'Japanese distortion of history, Daoyutai Island dispute, and Japanese bid for Security Council.' They burned Japanese flag(s), and broke glasses of the factory.  Posters were put up in (nation's) college campuses including ones in...