LanceScurv goes in on the viral words of one Mr. Chang…….
There are so many written postings on social media that are not verified so we’ve learned to take them with a grain of salt.
But like the infamous Willie Lynch Letter, there was something lethal in the words of Mr. Chang that rattled those who absorbed them either good or bad.
While I can’t even vouch that this particular person named Mr. Chang even exists, it’s irrelevant as the points spoken were compelling enough to get a rise out of those online who passionately responded.
Listen in to our conversation as we speak on the points brought up by Mr. Chang and do leave your comments below!
Asian Interviewer: “Can you address their concerns Mr.Chang?”
MR. CHANG: “The concerns of Black people? Yes I can. The fact is, that we all live under a system of White Supremacy. We Asian people look back at our long history of conflict with the European. We observe their strategies and develop our own, in response and in kind. There is no need for loud mass movements on our part, because we intend to overtake them in time, through action and personal sacrifice”.
Asian INTERVIEWER: “And the Black man?”
MR. CHANG: “He does not count into our situation. He is simply here. We do not hate the Black man. We just love the Asian man most. Real love–not cliche. We want to see Asian man happy, so we employ him. We eat together. We spend time with each other. We want his kids to be educated, so we invest in our own schools that offer our children the technical abilities to change the world’s power structure in our favor.
We want to see the Asian man safe, so we purchase and organize our own communities. We want him to remain Asian, so we reduce the outside influence of others ideologies and cultures. While he fought to sniff behind the White man, the Black man has had the opportunity and every right in the world to do the same, but he chooses to indict people like me for not hiring him over my own brothers.
For me to do this would be foolish and that would not be Asian love. In contrast, the Black man will fight for the right to be up under everyone else other than other Black people who he should feel the most love for. If our indifference to their situation make us racist, then what would you call the Black man’s indifference to his own situation?”