Our Asian pet

Our Asian pet is a hard worker indeed,
a diminutive  granny of the Buddhist creed.
Friendly to all and a really good cook,
her ethics are pure and she works by the book.
But for lifting and high places she’s not worth a dime,
these things are a challenge at four foot nine.
What for other employees is a ten minute task,
for her half an hour is considered fast.
But she’s charming and fills an important station,
for she’s female and most importantly Asian.
Her lack of  ability and muscle formation,
are made up for by race and gender consideration.

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8 Responses to Our Asian pet

  1. Bay Area Guy says:

    Lol! I’m sure our Asian friends don’t exactly appreciate this very much. I guess this poem is a reflection on yellow fever among a certain segment of the white male population.
    But hey, as I’ve said before, I’m always up for some good poem or humor! White advocacy could certainly use some humor.
    In addition to not agreeing with their views on racial science and IQ (particularly their embrace of that kook Phil Rushton), I also have problems with American Renaissance simply because they come across as a bit anal. They despise all popular culture, have rigid commenting guidelines, and never feature any cartoons or humor.
    If they ever want to expand, they’ll have to come across as more affable and culturally competent, include more young people and women, and simply market themselves better.
    Anyway, I digress.
    Good poem, and an even better blog!

    • jewamongyou says:

      Glad you like it – though I know I’m not much of a poet. Also I have nothing against Asians (not even the one in question). My gripe is with quotas and preferential treatment.

      • Bay Area Guy says:

        I don’t have anything against Asians either, except for those Ronald Takaki types.
        Anyway, I never thought that Asians benefited from quotas. After all, they may technically be “people of color,” but they’re not exactly in the same boat as blacks and browns.

  2. jewamongyou says:

    Re: Bay Area Guy’s comment about Asians benefiting from quotas. You should read “The Affirmative Action Hoax” by Steven Farron. He claims that Asians are the biggest beneficiaries of affirmative action.

    • Bay Area Guy says:

      Right now, I’m reading “The New Color Line” by Paul Craig Roberts and Lawrence M. Stratton.
      By approaching this issue from a mainly legal and political standpoint (mainly the loss of a true democracy), they do a pretty good job at avoiding various anti-racist traps.
      I look forward to reading more!
      By the way, Steve Farron’s book looks interesting, but there are only a few copies on Amazon left. It’s a bit too expensive for me.
      About Asians, what evidence does Farron use to illustrate how Asians benefit from quotas?

  3. Gaurav Ahuja says:

    “Bay Area Guy” is wrong about including women and young people. They do not need to pander. Anyone is welcome to submit articles to American Renaissance including non-Whites. Young people have submitted articles in the past. And since Western culture is in utter decline they should not try to be relevant in the way you described. If you do not agree with American Renaissance on its most basic of premises about race, you should not try to give advice to the publication. There are plenty of people who try to help with friendly suggestions.

    • Bay Area Guy says:

      If you do not agree with American Renaissance on its most basic of premises about race, you should not try to give advice to the publication. There are plenty of people who try to help with friendly suggestions.
      I am trying to help with friendly suggestions. Just because I’m a white advocate who cares about my people doesn’t mean that I’m going to blindly bob my head up and down regardless of what a pro-white organization does.
      Sure, while I don’t agree with everything they say, I appreciate that an organization such as American Renaissance is at least willing to do something.
      However, if they really wish to help white people, then maybe, just maybe, they ought to consider new tactics and reach out to a greater number of white Americans.
      As of now, American Renaissance is too small and comes across as a bit dry.
      That’s just my friendly piece of advice.

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