More Asian perfidy.
“Breathtaking, isn’t it? To be so wedded in your theory of white superiority, that you will bet your life on it, even in the face of clear evidence to the contrary?” Choo tweeted.
First of all, you mendacious alien, “White nationalism” does not in any way require a belief in White “superiority.” Second of all, what does your (punctuation/grammar-incorrect, by the way) tweet regarding “clear evidence to the contrary” actually mean? That you believe your medical training makes you special and some sort of refutation to the (alleged by you) belief of others in their superiority? Third, are you a believer in Yellow superiority (Amren alert: a potential staff writer for you there)? Fourth, is it appropriate for you to be talking about your patients (even in this vague fashion) on a public forum?
“Sometimes I just look at them, my kin in 99.9% of our genetic code, and fail to believe they don’t see our shared humanity.”
Good try, Suzie Wong, but 99.9% is not 100%, and there are massive genetic and phenotypic differences between racial groups. Indeed, Freedman demonstrated differences in behavior comparing White and Chinese newborns. In any case, the difference in the distinctive genome affects genetic kinship and hence genetic interests, which are at the core of adaptive biological fitness.
Further, I ask the good doctor: when the Chinese took over Hong Kong, why did they get rid of all the British workers there? I mean, weren’t they “kin” of “99.9% of their “genetic code?” Didn’t they have a “shared humanity?” Or do racial differences suddenly find more “purchase” when we are talking about Asian nations and Asian living space?
By the way, even with all of that, I believe the WNs acted stupidly here. They need to learn how to better navigate the multiracial sewer they find themselves living in. If they are forced to live in the same polity as aliens like Choo, they may as well exploit her expertise for their own benefit. So, yes, let her make you healthy, and then use your robust good health to engage in activism with the objective of sending her and her kind on a slow boat to China; repatriate them to where they belong.
WNs have to learn, in personal interactions with diverse peoples, to maintain polite and professional relations (as long as they treat you the same) even though you may hate them. Certainly, you do not need to show them any personal warmth (and should not), but polite and professional relations in circumstances that are unavoidable allows you to do your business and get back to the goals that you need to focus on. Keep your eyes on the prize, my friends. Do not get distracted by petty displays of cheap bigotry. Ultimately, your goals are political, not personal.
So, let Choo treat you, all the time imagining her weeping bitter tears as she is repatriated to her pestilential ethnic homeland. And, by the way, whether Choo is Chinese or Korean doesn’t matter, she can go home either way… after all, the slow boat to China can always make a stop at South Korea, if necessary.