From HappierAbroad.com, a website for men seeking to marry non-American women (coincidentally, Elliot Rodger’s father Peter Rodger married not one, but two non-American women).
On the website, a man suggests that women in Shenzhen, China, (near where my mother is from) are obsessed with white males. A user named Cornfed responded positively.
You know what’s funny about you, Cornfed? LOL! You’re a White nationalist type; in another words, you don’t like Jews, Blacks or Latinos, and you consider Whites to be the superior race; yet, you’re a miscegenator with Asian females–the same crap you decry on this forum, when White females date Black, Mestizos and other non-White men.
You’re a damn hypocrite, Cornfed!
Let me remind us all of my father;
- Mel Gibson supported, owns a HAM radio, Holocaust denier, has vile words about the migrants in Europe, etc., etc. See the rest of this blog for details as this is getting way too redundant at this point.
- My mom threw herself at my dad; her father was himself physically abusive. My dad, tall, red-haired, all-American, except a HUGE autist, unable to make eye contact with strangers.
- After about ~20 years of marriage (90% of which was spent in separate bedrooms) the marriage imploded because my dad wasn’t making enough money. 40k a year at age 40 wasn’t impressive to a woman looking for her all-American Prince Charming. Once again, redundancy.
Anyways, what white guys don’t seem to realize is that – even though I hate this kind of language – they themselves despise traitors. But are happy to marry the traitors of another group?
Sperm is cheap. There is no reason white men can not pleasure Asian females and enrich the Asian gene pool as well as breeding with white females at the appropriate juncture. It is miscegenating white females, particularly those committing bestiality with negros, that should be ashamed of themselves.
Cherry Picking? No, not really. After seeing the behavior in my own father, the room for distinguishing between odd cases and the general case grows smaller and smaller. At some point, why even bother making the distinction?