Tuesday, April 15, 2008

The Hyprocrisy of Hypocrites

The sheer hypocrisy of our national leaders is truly amazing. However, it is not only our national leaders but the hypocrisy or stupidity (take your pick) of millions of others is unbelievable also.

We are all aware of the protests that has occurred in opposition to the Olympic games in China and John McCain has stated that, as a protest, if he were president he would not attend the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics because of China’s occupation of Tibet.

As the Olympic Torch passed through London, Paris and San Francisco huge protests and disturbance followed. This was because people are angry over China’s alleged mistreatment of Tibet and the Tibetan people and they are wanting to put China in the spotlight of the world.

While I may understand the anger with China for refusing to allow Tibet to have autonomous rule, I find the whole bunch of them to be absolutely crazy. It is not that I necessarily object to their condemnation of China. I don’t support nor do I wish to see the mistreatment of anyone. However, I find it strange that John McCain, George Bush and a host of other politicians vehemently judge China and talk nasty about China’s occupation of Tibet yet they don’t show the same concern for white people who are also being uprooted from their homelands.

People are on the streets to show their support for Tibet and we hear about how wonderful the Tibetan people. We are being told that China is guilty of genocide and that the Tibetan people must not perish and the Tibetan people should be allowed to rule their own affairs.

China claims that Tibet is actually just a part of China, while Tibet protests that a treaty signed in 821 after nearly 200 years of fighting clearly establishes Tibet’s independence. The treaty was etched on three stone pillars, one such pillar still stands in front of the Jokhang cathedral in the Tibet capital of Lhasa.

According to the treaty, from the border to the east shall be known as Great China while the whole region to the west shall be recognized as the country of Great Tibet. It was agreed that there shall be no hostile invasion and no seizure of territory so as the Tibetans shall be happy in Tibet and the Chinese shall be happy in China. This agreement is never to be changed and is witnessed by the sun, moon, planets and stars.

Now we are having these protests because China is violating the agreement and the Tibetan people are being uprooted by China who has allowed Chinese to move into the territory.
But why don’t these same people protest the invasion of Mexicans moving into OUR nation. Why aren’t they concerned about the millions of non-European people moving into our sister nations of Europe.

While they want to protest the genocide of the Tibetan people they show absolutely no concern for the genocide of white people not only here in America, but also in Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia and the whole of Europe.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure how you can possibly equate the illegal immigration of Mexicans into the United States with a "genocide of white people." Genocide is defined by the Merriam Webster dictionary as "the deliberate and systematic destruction of a racial, political, or cultural group." This definition or something very close to it, is the universally accepted definition of genocide. I'm not going to debate the issue of illegal immigration with you, but I think you and I both know that to say that Mexicans are systematically destroying our race is absolutely absurd.