Alison Wu disappearance case highlights how Asian women have taken the place of White women, and are the new face of “Missing White Woman Syndrome”


For a long time I would never look at picture of my parents, simply because they made me uncomfortable to look at. There’s another reason why my parents had very few genuine friends; my suspicion is most people don’t really like being around fetish couples.

Alison Wu disappearing with some white dude means two things:

  • Asian women have successfully taken the place of the missing white woman syndrome 
  • Asian women are the new white women – and have worked their way to replacing the white woman at the white man’s side.

WMAW has become so common that in some places it totally outnumbers WMWW – that Asian women have literally achieved what they wanted – total integration at all costs, and now they and their children are successfully are making news stories as America’s new “white.”

Other people of color – don’t get it twisted. Asian women are not women of color anymore. They are highly sought after by white men. Their only appeal is that they tolerate the needs and demands of the traditional American red blooded white man, while white women no longer do.

If you are a white man who:

  • Believes that the white man needs to be cherished and valued for his race
  • Wants white children but doesn’t want the effort of dealing with a “feminist, bitchy white woman”
  • Has 1960’s eras views of women’s expected behavior and submissiveness
  • Hates black males (White men hate black men / asian women couples the most)
  • Wants to feel big without having to actually be big

You marry an Asian woman. Describes my parents to a T.

I have really bad news for everyone here though, when an Asian woman and a white man have a baby, the kid generally looks something like this. Nothing wrong with his looks – but he looks ASIAN. ASIAN. Imagine being the Asian looking son of an Asian woman who literally absolutely refused to be with an Asian man her entire life – and there are millions of these women around.


9 thoughts on “Alison Wu disappearance case highlights how Asian women have taken the place of White women, and are the new face of “Missing White Woman Syndrome”

    • Bruce Lee’s grandfather was Chinese. Literally EVERY SINGLE one of these mythical so called amazing Hapas have an Asian male in their background somewhere. Even AngelaBaby’s grandfather was a Chinese man.

  1. If you were pretty and everyone wanted to be with you.. Would you appreciate your parents for be who they are?

  2. I still have curiosity about this. I found your dad’s website: I saw your family, even your dogs and your treehouse. I read some of your father biography, thoughts and articles… and I don’t know, I think you are the only person that is rejecting yourself. Your parents can not be the best persons, every couple has their problems, we can’t understand or agree with everybody including your family members, all that is normal and have nothing related with where they comes from.

    You need to forgive them, and forgive yourself. I don’t know what happened but I think you need to let it go, and go by yourself. Your parents don’t look like bad persons.

    And in photos for last December you look very handsome. I don’t know why you insists that much in underestimate yourself.

  3. Isn’t the white male missing too? Why no Facebook posts about him? Shouldn’t we be worried about 2 missing people?

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