|British strict classification of Races in this world.|
I was a Wannabe-Thai
|Asian gay men in Sydney Mardi Gras.|
I had just come out of our shit-poor Burma half-starving, and relatively much-richer and glitzy Bangkok seemed like Heaven to me. Thus I was a wannabe-Thai seriously for a few years back then. Only after living in Sydney a few years I realized Bangkok also is a hellhole not much better than our old Rangoon.
Back then I spoke Thai fluently, I had had Thai girlfriends, and I lied to almost everyone that I was a Thai. But not now, no bloody way. Especially after a couple of incidents when I picked up a young Thai man on Oxford St. Taylor Square’s Pink Strip and he tried to touch me and then offered me the cabbie a blow-job. Bloody Fagots!
Since then I knew many Thai men here in this gay-friendly Sydney are Poofs and I got really offended if someone asked me if I was a Thai.
The Brits got off at that famous Golden Century seafood restaurant on Sussex St and left me alone thinking about the races and different terms people use to identify different races in this world and how some races are more preferable to the others. All depend on the people’s attitudes though, I reckoned.
Wannabe-British and Wannabe-Spanish
|South Asian people in UK are called Asians.|
Most of those so-called political refugees, who fraudulently claimed they would be persecuted if they went back home to China, immediately went back home once they got the refugee visas and auctioned themselves off to highest bidders and ended up marrying the rich daughters of the high-ranking cadres of CPC (Communist Party of China). They then transformed the Sydney into a high-priced Chinese overseas-territory by flooding the town with the ill-gotten money from their powerful but corrupt in-laws.
Anyway we had our next door neighbours a family of Indians. They had relatively fair complexion and they also told us that they were not really Indians at all. According to them their ancestors were British settlers in India during the British Raj. That surprised me. They looked Indians, they sounded Indians, they spoke English with that funny Indian accent, and thus they were Indians in our eyes. I still remember them wannabe-British after all those 20 odds years.
Then in 1994 or 95 the machinery company I was then working for sent me to Manila to install a new machine and service the old machines in a Beer factory there. I ended up staying in Manila for more than three weeks.
Hispanics (Latinos) In America
Rather To Be A White than A Latino
|Can you guess who they are? Latinos of course.|
Can Race Ever be Legally defined?
|Chinese are called Orientals not|
Asians in England.
White Australia Policy (1901-1973)
Aussies are natural born practical people and they knew not to trust their lawmakers to legally define race when they erected their xenophobic wall of White Australia Policy to prevent any colored people from migrating to their rich country Down Under.
The Act provided that “Any person who when asked to do so by an officer fails to write out at dictation and sign in the presence of the officer a passage of fifty words in length in an European language directed by the officer” would not be admitted. But the Dictation Test was used only in the cases when the Immigration officer thought the immigrant was not white enough to be allowed into Australia.
Burmese Way To Socialism (& Racism)
After three devastating Anglo-Burmese wars in late 19th Century British took over our Burma and brought in millions of Indians both Hindus and Muslims into Burma. Downtown Rangoon basically was one big Indian Town and there were mosques all over the place.
Burma Census (1973) and Burma Census (March-2014)
Right now it is creating major unrest particularly among the so-called Rohingyas widely known in Burma as the Bengali-Muslims originally from Bangladesh. The Bengali-Muslim lobby in the West knew the fact that their brethren on the Burma-Bnagladesh border will still be identified as Bengali-Muslims in this March-2014 Census.
|Bengali-Muslim illegals from Burma-Bangladesh border caught all over Burma.|