by hardy magna (no login)


Just want to say that Bruce Lee saw people as people... a good person could be any ethnic group, or a bad person, etc. It's historically true that the 'white race' are colonials, but that doesn't make the individual white person you may meet a bad person. One good person you meet can negate the stupid people in history. As for a Bruce Lee fan club cannot be in UK, that again is not something Bruce would agree with. He had friends from all groups. His mother was part German! He married a white person! His son was therefore, part Chinese, part Caucasian, go figure! His best friends included Japanese Americans, Chinese Americans, Filipino Americans, Irish Americans, etc. etc. etc. After a Japanese American girl refused his offer of marriage, he went to spend summer in Hong Kong with a white buddy, who stayed at their house, Doug Palmer. Don't waste time expecting apologies from governments. Example, Japan government has not apologized to the Chinese for the WWII atrocities. For that matter, USA has not 'apologized' or paid money to Japanese Americans jailed in WWII; or the many Filipino servicemen in WWII who fought and died for USA; and on that subject, the many times America has committed their own holocausts, such as in 1900 Philippines, where 200,000 civilians (including women and kids) were massacred, or in modern times where hundreds of thousands of civilians in Middle east... and of course the millions killed in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, etc. These are evil people who are called 'the government.' They are not the day to day people. If you look, you can find many 'average' people who can become some of your best friends. The 'elites' want everyone to hate on another... this is just playing into their hands. Divide and conquer, the oldest trick in the book. The entire world has fallen for this.

Posted on Oct 27, 2015, 8:36 AM
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