Miss Universe Japan Facing Backlash at Home From Those Who Object to Biracial Beauty Queen

Mike Vulpo, E Online, March 23, 2015

Instead of celebrating her crown, Ariana Miyamoto is already finding the need to defend it.

Japan’s newest Miss Universe contestant broke barriers when she was recently chosen to represent her country. But because the 20-year-old is the daughter of a Japanese woman and an African-American man from the United States, some are questioning whether she is Japanese enough to hold the title.

Ariana Miyamoto

Ariana Miyamoto

According to Japanese websites, comments on Twitter ranged from, “Is it okay to select a hafu to represent Japan?” to “Because this is Miss Universe Japan, don’t you think hafu are a no-no.” “Hafu” (from “half”) is a Japanese term used to refer to someone who is biracial.

In an interview with press, Miyamoto insisted that while she doesn’t “look Japanese” on the outside, on the inside, there are many Japanese things about her.

In addition to being born and raised Nagasaki, the young adult also is a Japanese citizen who speaks the language fluently.

While some critics have been vocal about their hopes of having another contestant take her spot, most have shown their support for the newly crowned beauty queen.

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  • DaveMed

    There is no way that she is among the prettiest or smartest women in Japan.

    A purely political choice. And those protesting it are entirely justified.

    • BloodofAlbion75

      “There is no way that she is among the prettiest or smartest women in Japan…”

      Her apparent lack of intelligence is a trait that is obviously shared by her mother,which was demonstrated by her foolish decision to shack up with a black man.

      • zombiekiller117

        I have found no evidence about her family situation, as such it is possible her mother was a rape victim of one of the many Black troops stationed with US military in Japan.
        I’m just putting it out there, as Nagasaki has a long Christian tradition, and Christian tradition opposes abortion.
        I’m not claiming anything, but if someone has found ANY information about her parents please post it up !

    • Ultimate187

      The Japanese (and East Asians in general) aren’t as racist as people think. There is an underlying, growing degree of tolerance for others. It’s not as much as Europe demonstrates, but nevertheless it’s there.

  • superlloyd

    She’s as Japanese as Obama is American. How can the Japanese allow a mongrel to represent them. Don’t follow the West or else you’ll be lost.

    • IstvanIN

      A race-traitor mother and a, probably, absent African father. How American of them.

      • BloodofAlbion75

        I think this is one “Japanese” woman that even Mr.Engelman would be willing to pass over.

        • The Dude

          His absence is conspicuous in this one.

    • Bossman

      Surprise! Surprise! The Chinese who dislike the Japanese consider them a mongrel race.

    • The East is already following the West in multiple ways, and don’t be surprised when that includes multiculturalism and other social ills.

      • Weisheit77

        You are so right there. Materialism being the biggest one, and who do the elites to market materialism? I know many middle class and upper middle class Chinese and they tell me that in China blacks are looked up to because they are perceived as being wealthy. Most learn rather quickly, though.

        Europeans and a declining of number Americans have the same naivety regarding racial differences.

        The only difference I would say is that East Asians are not on the proverbial ropes where Whites are. I think that is one reason East Asians aren’t as alarmed about this. They don’t perceive a racial threat, yet. For them it’s something you don’t do because of reputation and family. It used to be like that here, but they tore down middle class sexual standards and increased the number of racial foreigners and encouraged contact with the foreigners, thus resulting in miscegenation.
        I guess I’m saying this is unsettling, but it is statistical drop in the bucket compared to what is happening to some cities, states, and even countries.

        • Whiteplight

          I find that all Asians become even more materialistic than Western whites once they have access. Money is everything. And Asians are often easily addicted to gambling.

          This seems true not only in Asia (meaning China as well as other nations), but also in America. I know of several local cases where Asians lost their homes due to gambling debts acquired at local Tribal (Amerind) gambling casinos. I only learned of those because they were in my neighborhood. I would say that for most, keeping up their homes is not as important as having new cars, flashy clothes, high tech devices, etc. They also seem to really like Karaoke a great deal and disturbing neighbors doesn’t bother them, either. Most (if not all) seem very frivolous and shallow people to me, but they are happy to take advantage of the Western myth of the Wise Asian.

      • Jason Lewis

        They’re sending Barbara Spectre there. Her job in Sweden is done.

        • Speedy Steve

          That cow is so evil.

          • nordicman

            The ‘tribe’ is evil no doubt, but there is a sickness and a weakness in us as a people to let them do these things to us. When they do these things, I get angry at our people and say “Well, what are we going to do about it RIGHT NOW?”

      • Deacon Blue

        I do not see China falling over like the West has done. While younger
        Chinese seem to have forgotten filial piety and the like, they are keenly
        aware of status and “mianzi” – a Chinese woman who carries on with a
        Black man better make sure she marries him and never divorces for such
        a woman is 100% untouchable forever by any Chinese man ever again.

        To their credit, the Chinese government has done a good job in keeping
        a potential Black plague at bay. They usually only receive Visitor VISAs
        for 6-12 months and then need to renew, even if they marry a Chinese
        woman I don’t think they make it into the Hukou book and any children
        they have are usually ostracized by “normal Chinese.”

        Korea does not seem to have a Black problem to any significant degree
        and Japan…well…they “get it.”

        Thailand seems to welcome Blacks with more open arms though.

        • 李冠毅

          Personally, I wouldn’t mind dating a Chinese woman was had a Black boyfriend/husband, as long as she’s healthy (not infected with some nasty disease) and did not have any children with him. After all, no one is born racially aware; it is something that has to be acquired through education or experience. These women deserve a second chance.

          • I think it is a matter of trying to be “tough,” while kindness might save the day. I have noticed Westerners often prefer the “tough” way, while we tend to prefer to get things settled among ourselves by the “nice” way. Of course, kindness can be merely a facade, as much as toughness can be a facade, but I think there are plenty of good Chinese who are culturally Confucian and whose morality has not been totally corrupted by the foreign ideology of communism.

            Moreover, I think purity is relevant. I would not appreciate having an increasing number of half-Black half-Chinese people in China, or anywhere else for that matter, because I care about Chinese people worldwide. As for what you say that no one is born racially aware, I think there is some merit to that idea. We are born with a racial preference for our own, babies prefer other babies of the same race, you can check out an article on this if you search through the American Renaissance publication history.

            However, why I think there is merit to the idea that you expressed is that these people are not consciously aware. In the end, although there are races, we are indeed all “human,” and therefore it is not a surprise that some find it harder to see racial reality than others; they are more focused on the similarity than the differences, and as they are so focused on this, they tend to choose to ignore racial reality.

            But returning to what you said; I would say that although we are born with a racial instinct, we have yet to learn to be conscious of it, like with anything else, and there are various ideologies which abuse the fact that each generation is born with a certain degree of ignorance of their natural instincts. As we are not born conscious of our instincts – instincts are just there to function the way they do and we did not need to be conscious of them in the ancestral past – it is hugely important to raise awareness of our natural instincts.

            As for giving those Chinese women a second chance, I wouldn’t mind giving them a second chance. I feel that we are otherwise missing a Heaven-given opportunity to get some good converts for our cause. I am more concerned about converting more people than their personal history. We can be “tough” and never accept anyone back even if they have wisened up, but we can also play it “nice” and accept people back when they have wisen up.

            Reality is the best instructor for some people, and we have to recognise that. It would be counterproductive, at least this is my opinion, to hinder people from joining us, as we would scare them back into the ranks of the enemy if we did. People are free to disagree, but I think kindness should be the policy those who who have wisened up. I think we should accept people despite their past history. I think if people see they deserve a second chance in our movement, I think they will be more willing to hop the fence.

            People are absolutely free to disagree. These are just my 2 cents.

          • Whiteplight

            “….I think there are plenty of good Chinese who are culturally Confucian
            and whose morality has not been totally corrupted by the foreign
            ideology of communism.”

            This is an interesting statement to me because some years ago, when I lived in the former Yugoslav (and communist) nation of Slovenia, I was invited to a meeting of university elite for a round table discussion with some UN Peacekeepers. At a point, I stated that I thought that the reason communism seemed to work in China was because of “Confucianism.” They seemed to think that is was a high insight. I wonder what you think of it?

          • Communists have a habit of claiming things for themselves that are not theirs. They are always trying to claim the imperial legacy of China for themselves, and they are also now claiming Confucianism for themselves {*}. When an ape dresses in the clothes of the emperor, it is still an ape.

            {*} There has been a recent “revival” of Confucian thought in China, while it used to be regarded as “feudal” (which is a buzzword that is supposed to mean something like “absolutely evil; regressive”).

            You might be interested in this article:

            http : // www economist com/ node/ 9202957

          • BlueSonicStreak

            I agree completely. “No children” is the most important point; without those split loyalties, people should be afforded a second chance. I would also date someone pro-white who had dated black if they were clean and had no children.

            I understand that the “go black, don’t come back” mentality has helped us maintain racial purity in the past. I’m just not sure it’s useful to us right now. I am thinking of my generation in particular, where NO ONE I know has not dated interracially. No one. Including myself (I’ve dated Asian, not black, which is more acceptable to white nationalists, but I probably would not have turned down a chance to date black when I was a liberal because I did not have a problem with it then). “Forever tainted” is going to leave a lot of my generation (and younger generations coming up that will be raised as racial MINORITIES and told how much better non-whites are their entire youth!) out in the cold.

            How is that helpful? I don’t think it is.

          • Deacon Blue

            You should go to China or Korea. Single women over the age
            of 30 or divorcees will not have the same “family pressures” to
            marry another Chinese or Korean.

          • 李冠毅

            Huh? I AM a Chinese national. And yes, I know about the “over 30” rule here. Our media calls it “sheng nu” (剩女, remaining female). I was just saying if these women had became racially aware, then they shouldn’t be simply cast away. As long as they did not have mixed-raced children (as that would cause conflicting interests), they are still perfectly capable of producing pure Han Chinese children.

          • Deacon Blue

            We agree 100%.

        • People want to think that China is immune, but were we immune to communism? China fell for communism which is an alien ideology, and thus it isn’t much of a stretch to think that China can fall for any other alien ideology. China is not immune to the same things that the West is not immune to.

          Some people may want to assume others do not have the same weaknesses as themselves, but as much as it is human to have weaknesses, it is also absolutely normal that the Chinese have weaknesses more or less similar to those of Westerners. After all, despite some racial differences, we have a lot in common.

          • nordicman

            Communism is an alien idea to the Chinese because it wasn’t ethnic Chinese people that brought it there. It was ‘god’s chosen’ who brought communism to China, the same ‘chosen people’ who brought communism (and other left-wing plagues) to white lands, like Russia, Poland, Estonia, Sweden, Norway, Britain, etc. Although in the Northern/Western European nations they changed the name to multiculturalism.

          • Deacon Blue

            It would be disingenuous to put forth that the government in China, as run by President Xi, is susceptible to the same type of moral turpitude and decadence as that in the West. Especially, when compared to the current executive branch of the United States. Xi is a strong leader who is rapidly consolidating power through purges of the old guard under the ruse of anti-corruption. Xi will leave China a much stronger and better positioned hegemon than when he assumed power from Hu. Obama is a feckless and ungroomed tool bag who has caused internal strife and divisiveness in the United States.

            Further, Obama has no strategic or proactive foreign policy. He is a reactive, naive and unqualified leader. In the abstract hypothetical, China is could fall prey to the same multi-culti nonsense that has infested the West, in particular the United States. Smart money is that this will not happen. It’s easy to generalize and write the “[…]we have a lot in common.”, as you have done. We also have substantially differences in culture, mode of thinking and how we view others as individuals and as groups. It would be exceedingly difficult to the point of absurdity to argue that this is false.

            I am not making any sort of value or moral judgement here either. This is merely the writing of fact; we are very different and what has happened in the West because of a more progressive, liberal and individualistic set of mores and values is exceedingly unlikely to happen in China (or any other Far Eastern country) any time soon. So in a tangential, abstract way, Chinese and Americans do share some similar weaknesses and foibles, “more or less” but the dissimilarities between the Occidental and Oriental frame of reference far outweigh the modest few “similarities” we share.

            In summary, while both the United States and China care about how we are perceived on a global basis regarding race and diversity, when called to task on it by say, liberal European intellectual trash any perceived slight or injury will be something the United States will acknowledge, agonize over and publicly flagellate itself for. China may agonize over the same but is far more likely to become defensive and utilize various government media organs to spin and offset the such perceptions. The United States will react and may truly implement policy change. Any changes to Chinese policy will be superficial and cosmetic in the short term.

          • It would rather be exceedingly difficult to maintain that we are extremely different. I have once been at the other end of the argument. I too once believed we were far more different than we actually are. I held on to my original position for as long as I could, but eventually I felt that I was wrong and that we are more alike than I had initially thought. People are free to disagree with me on the similarity of our races. I never denied that there are differences, but there is a whole world in between the notions of extremely different and quite similar.

            Moreover, it is extremely difficult to account for countless parallels between the White and Yellow (i.e., East Asian) races/cultures when one argues from the position that we are extremely different. I am still learning about new similarities, and I am quite fascinated by this. This is not to say that I do not learn of new differences nor that I deny them, but really, I don’t feel anymore that the differences are spectacular. I understand your perspective, because I have shared it. I found it somewhat relieving when I let go of it, because it helped me see a host of details I didn’t want to see before.

            I can empathise with the perspective, while I don’t share it anymore. I have heard it a ten thousand times before that we would be extremely different, and I have also argued that in the past, until I started moving away from my original position. I am completely open to change in my position, and that is why I have often switched positions on many issues. I am not afraid of the truth, and so I am not afraid of changing my position.

            I know, moreover, that not everyone is like this, so I give them the freedom to stay like they are, because without antagonising them, they might reach the same conclusions as they go along in life. I don’t feel arguments are always the best way to convince people. No offence, but deep down we are still quite primitive creatures that are not so much ruled by rationality but rather by its opposite. Westerners often want to “talk” everything out, but I don’t feel it’s always that effective.

            People won’t change their positions overnight, and I know that. I just tell what I think, and I offer room for other opinions. I tell what I think so that people may take it into consideration, and others may tell me what they think so I may take it into consideration. For instance, I am no fan of Xi Jinping. People always tell me he is a strong nationalistic leader who is really defending Chinese interests. I remain unconvinced, as I am more inclined to think he is defending communist interests (aka Party interests), and that whenever Chinese and communist interests coincide, it is rather coincidence.

            To put it lightly, I get the impression that the CPC is an anti-Chinese force. I used to believe otherwise, and I bought into the propaganda idea that the communist government was somehow necessary, but over the years I have become absolutely opposed to the “Chinese” government, and I feel no inhibition to state here that I am ruthlessly anti-communist, and that, in the final analysis, the Chinese communists really are communists and nothing else. They have just matured a bit as communists, but they still fall into the communist spectrum, and I am opposed to communists of all stripes, no matter how much they claim to have “changed.”

            I have learned over the years to look at things from the perspective of a disinterested observer, and that is how I have reached my conclusions. I do not really care if people think that I am wrong or simply ignorant. I will just share what I have learned over the years, and all I can hope for is that there will be a few people who will take notice of what I have to say.

            Furthermore, I don’t believe in Party-styled nationalism; I don’t let the communists define what Chinese nationalism means to me. I am a nationalist who wants to see a REALLY pro-Chinese system, and that system will necessarily exclude communists on the basis that they actually aren’t pro-Chinese.

            What is more, as a Chinese nationalist who loves her people and its native traditions dearly, I can’t see the destruction of the Empire in retrospect as anything other than a terrible disaster; the “post-feudal” era wasn’t great from the very start, and with this knowledge in mind, I strongly believe the Empire was the most pro-Chinese system after all.

            I am not going to hide that my dream is to see the restoration of the Empire, and if that comes to pass after that China has been liberated from the traitors and the infiltrators who have been welcomed and enabled by the traitors, I can die happily and humbly as a simple nationalist who has fulfilled her duty to people and fatherland, fully knowing that I have not betrayed my ancestors and that I have brought honour to them, and that my fight has ended in seeing the liberation and victory of the Chinese people.

            If all that happened – ignoring the fact that it is still merely a dream for the time being – I wouldn’t mind if I died immediately, because my only purpose is to serve the people and to see their liberation.

            People may try to discredit me by saying that I am an “extremist” or that I belong to the “Chinese far-right,” but labelling me won’t disprove my points.

            The communist apologists like to say, “you know if you wish to replace the communist government of China, be careful what you wish for because if the Chinese far-right is going to seize control of the country, then China is going to descend into chaos! So, better be thankful for your government, because they are keeping the extremists under control.”

            I firmly believe that the only way to achieve full liberation from the traitors and infiltrators will be to get rid of the current government, and to restore the Qin dynasty or to allow a new dynasty to ascend the throne where the Qin dynasty had left it; it is absolutely legitimate to revolt, and I believe the Mandate of Heaven can only rest with the Empire, so I regard all the governments in the “post-feudal” era as illegimate anyways. The republican experiment has failed, pretty much like everywhere else, and it is now time to return to our native ways and to forget about the republican system and to look towards the future and the glory that we can achieve within the traditional framework of the Empire. China can be modern while retaining its traditions.

            To say that the communist government is like the old Empire is pure nonsense, and everyone with half a brain knows that there is a huge difference between the communist system and the traditional system. The kind of relativism that is suggested by equating the communist and imperial systems is utterly absurd; it is equally absurd to say that monarchy is no different from dictatorship. There may be some overlap between monarchy and dictatorship, but these are two quite different systems in the end. Overlap does not necessarily mean equality.

            If there are commonalities between monarchy and dictatorship, then it does not necessarily mean that monarchy is dictatorship. Furthermore, I mistakenly equated monarchy and tyranny in the past, just as I wrongly equated monarchy and dictatorship. I used to not see much difference between dictatorship, monarchy, and tyranny, but now I know that these three concepts, although they may at times overlap, are generally quite different and in no way truly identical.

          • The world desperately needs more people like you.

          • 李冠毅

            I don’t like the Qing dynasty, as I don’t like to return to the Manchu culture. I prefer to return to our roots. In my free time, I sometimes daydream about a future China where the architecture is traditional Chinese, people wear hanfu and traditional Han Chinese hairstyles in everyday life, and greet each other in traditional language.

          • 我平時喜歡用繁體字書寫。還望多多包涵。原因是我認為繁體字比較美觀。

            我明白為何你會討厭清朝。不過,我依然認為清朝比共和國清朝來得好。首先,雖然清朝為中國帶來了滿族的文化,不過在某程度上中國本土的文化對於滿族的文化的影響是遠高於滿族對中國的影響。因此,即使他們跟中國帶了他們自己某些文化元素,他們依然是被中國本土文化所蓋過的。就今天的中國而言,我認為滿族的影響比其他問題來得微不足道。我認為一個皇朝有一種難以筆墨形容的重要性。皇朝為人民帶來一種傳統的,而且獨有的身份認同感,也象徵着中國歷史的光榮。它的存在會令人民回憶昔日的艱苦,跟光輝的日子,令他們堅信不論事情是多麼的艱辛,他們也會繼續堅持對那個皇朝的信任。所以,如果最古老的皇朝在這地球上復活,這不單是對中國一件非常重要的事件,也是對其他民族跟國家的喜訊。如果中國可以成為一位傳統的守護者,世界各國(尤其是西方)便可以透過中國之成功的例子,找回他們自己的根源。

            因此, 我對清朝的復興持著開放的態度,但我也歡迎另一個新的王朝的興起。歸因究柢,最逼切性的不過是一個王朝的存在。現時中國的人民對這概念缺乏認知。這是因為他們跟自己的歷史斷了聯繫。王朝代表著傳統文化,而這文化正正是現時中國所需要的。我認為現代化跟傳統沒有抵觸。如果傳統在現代化的過程中消失,那麼人民就必須把它找回來。原因是人民對現代的事物沒有他們對傳統那種獨有而且深厚的感情。當現代化把傳統蓋過時,人們心中便出現了一種空虛感,而這便是現時中國正正遇到的事情。一言以蔽之,人們沒有過去便沒有未來。人民是不能忘記過去的。因此,人們必須重新回想並接受他們的過去。我們必須在現代化和傳統之間尋找平衡。我認為若果王朝這概念復興,那麼中國人民便可以擁抱自己的過去,也能同時間展望未來。傳統令人們生活得健康快樂,而現代化則為人們提供應付日常需要的工具。因此,在兩者之間取得平衡是十分重要的。

            我十分贊同你一個有關在同一個村莊中生活的人民走在一起唱歌的描述。我認為人們應該生活在一個比現時社會來得細小的社區,以方便他們在彼此知間建立更深厚的友誼。這比現時人們對彼此不太認識的情況好得多。而且,我認為宗教和哲學能把人民團結起來,以傳統令人們達至身心健康。我認為如果中國人民會接受這意見,宗教跟傳統哲學會令中國變得更強大。麻目地追求現代化,以至傳統消失是錯誤的。我希望中國人民會再次透過接受自己的人民跟文化變得快樂。

            我意識到中國過去有一些新的發展,但我認為在西方這發展來得更強烈。我對於這發展並沒有任何意見。我只可以說中國在一方面有優勢,而西方在另一方面又有另一種優勢。 中國文化擅於社會的安寧,以西方文化則擅於創新。這對中西方文化之差異對兩方代有很大的幫助。如果你想對西方的文化有更深人的了解,我推薦一本由『Prof. Ricardo Duchesne』寫,叫『The Uniqueness of Western Civilization』的書。另外,歷史教導我們戰爭會為社會帶來在知識及文化上的進步。我認為這是正確的,因為和平很難會帶來進步。不過,我認為在這和平的時刻,如果人民有力爭上游的強烈意志,那麼上述戰爭可以為社會帶來的進步也可以在現時粗略達到。

          • 李冠毅

            我也喜欢繁体字,但由于日常生活中不太多使用繁体字的机会,所以习惯用简体字。对于Duchesne教授的书,我曾研究。但我所注意的是,多数人好像只理解西方的发展,而其他文明的发展呢。。。请朗读我在”What Explains The Black-White Divide?”写的文章。

            对了,我也真不理解”大龄剩女“的现象。年龄30以上的女人有什么问题?跟个年龄较大,较成熟的女人结婚,肯定比娶个不负责任的年轻美眉好得多。

          • Veritas

            A major negative influence on white youth has been the endless promotion of black ghetto hip hop culture by our media puppet masters. I wonder how much impact this is having on Asian youth?

        • nordicman

          China also doesn’t have “jooz” within their ranks that want open borders or push anti-Chinese sentiment onto their young.

  • richard garyson

    Probably an “affirmative action” selection. Nothing against her, but I have seen much prettier Japanese women.

    • Oil Can Harry

      Even Yoko Ono looks better. And she’s 82!

      • IstvanIN

        Let’s not overboard, Yoko wasn’t pretty 40 years ago.

        • Jason Lewis

          Yoko’s attitude didnt break up the band. Paul, George and Ringo didnt want to look at her.

          • bilderbuster

            They lost all respect for John.

          • ElComadreja

            So did many of us fans.

          • bilderbuster

            He left his White wife and son for a bizarre Japanese hag.
            Not a German supermodel or some barely legal teenage tart, mind you, but Yuk-O of all people.

  • Chip Carver

    You have to wonder how many palms were greased, and with how much, for the Japanese to allow this woman to “represent”.

    • Jason Lewis

      As proud as they’ve always been of their culture this really suprises me.

      • nordicman

        Maybe it was the ‘tribe’ that brought it in.

  • Truthseeker

    I’d be interested to hear this woman’s own words on the matter (translated into English of course, since I don’t speak Japanese), because the way this article is written, her defense of her Japanese-ness sounds pretty half-hearted. “There are many Japanese things about her”? If she’s trying to defend her selection as Japan’s representative, I would hope she’d say that she may not be 100% Japanese by blood, but that she is 100% Japanese at heart. This article makes it sound like she thinks living in Japan and speaking the language are all that it means to be Japanese.

    • BloodofAlbion75

      “This article makes it sound like she thinks living in Japan and speaking the language are all that it means to be Japanese.”

      There are many so-called “Americans” here in the US who hold the same sad opinion about our own country and language.

      Having such a tenuous connection to the land of one’s birth is a tragic consequence of being seduced by the pretty lies of the “proposition nation”.

      • InAFreeCountry

        Many can’t even speak the language.

    • Weisheit77

      I read she went to high school in America. Just saying, she’d get around in the country as easily as me and you.

  • IstvanIN

    Her last name is Japanese…..does that mean she is illegitimate?

    • Jason Lewis

      You noticed that too.

    • SentryattheGate

      Good point; it would not be any surprise of her “father” is absent. She doesn’t look Japanese. Unfortunately, black genes are apparently stronger! And black men are so aggressive when it comes to courting women (preferring all others to their own black women).

      • Speedy Steve

        Violent rape is courting.

        • walt

          You’re probably right. One of those rapey Negro Marines on Okinawa.

      • Jeff

        Actually, I was surprised at how strongly her Japanese genetics were expressed. I was in japan in 89. Many Japanese girls were dating black servicemen. It appeared at the time to be something of a teen rebellion against social/parental expectations.

        Similarly, I met a young woman in japan who was the wife of a service member. She was half thai and half french. She was profoundly beautiful, in a league inhabited by very few women. Her beauty was an interesting mix of the exotic and traditional. Absolutely stunninng woman. Couldn’t believe she was married to a squid.

        • Whiteplight

          Once a mixer, all mixing is in.

      • John Smith

        Black men like Asian women even more than white women.

        • Fathercoughlin

          I wasn’t aware that white women liked Asian women at all!

        • Korean guy

          “Black men like Asian women even more than white women.”

          Some black men did ask me if I know any single and available Asian woman in the past. Maybe it depends on the person but yes, I saw more than once in the past that many black men do love Asian women than they love white women.

          • John Smith

            There was a study of online dating preference by race and gender and Asian females were most likely to be selected by all races other than Asian males, who gravitated toward Hispanic women. No one wanted black females. Conversely, Asian females most preferred white males.

      • Whiteplight

        The claim or notion that some genes are “stronger” than others is not a scientifically supported idea. The real situation is that negro characteristics clash with all other races, so you often get an outlandish result because white and Asian characteristics are finer (especially European). We may tell ourselves (media and politics, I mean) that it is beautiful, but that notion is quite forced and real beauty must be minimized and made to seem freakish. That has been done and is being done daily in Western media.

    • Speedy Steve

      Given the AfroMurkin reputation to flee responsibility, I’d have to guess yes.

    • Fathercoughlin

      shocking!!!

  • Sighisoara

    “While some critics have been vocal about their hopes of having another contestant take her spot, most have shown their support for the newly crowned beauty queen.”
    Most have shown their support? Most who?

    • inotherwords

      I’m guessing most American reporters.

  • Jason Lewis

    I blame Mr. Jared Taylor. His speeches often mention Japan for their safe homogeneous society and value on keeping their culture. I think he brought too much attention on Japan and the powers that be got to work on it.

  • Anglo

    If I were Japanese, I’d consider this Miss Universe Japan an embarrassment.

    • Robert Smith

      Or maybe an act of war.

  • EuropeanIdentity33

    It’s amazing how dominant African genes are. For most half-black people I’ve seen you can’t even tell if their other parent is Northeast Asian, White, Arab, Amerindian etc. Ariana Miyamoto doesn’t look Japanese at all nor is she all that pretty. She just looks like a run-of-the-mill mulatto to me.

    • Weisheit77

      On the 12 pack scale, she’s a 3. That’s not saying much. There are plenty of 3’s running around.

    • sl

      A few grams of poison will make gallons of water undrinkable.

    • Cecil Broomsted

      Thousands of years of evolutionary genetic processing destroyed by a single act of miscegenation. The more highly evolved Japanese genetics adulterated with the more primitive African genes.

    • ElComadreja

      One mating with them instantly reverses 500,000 years of evolution.

    • Fathercoughlin

      which is basically what she is!

  • Zimriel

    This is entryism. She’s been selected by Japanese elites who are trying to curry favour with non-Japanese (read, PC Americans and Europeans). The ultimate aim is to destroy the Japanese identity.

    If she is truly “lovely and talented”, there are many things she could do for a (lucrative) living and, indeed, to benefit Japan; serving as an ambassador, for instance, or marketing overseas. Running as a national mascot isn’t one of these things.

    • Cecil Broomsted

      Her IQ will be lower than other Japanese due to her Africanised genetics so her choices may be limited in that regard. Miscegenation doesn’t merely produce the external package one sees on the outside. There are a host of internal changes this hybrid has. Hopefully she will never need an organ transplant as compatible donors will be extremely rare.

  • Bossman

    I watched the recent Miss Universe contest and the surprising thing was that most East Asian countries sent women who looked Hispanic to represent them. The winner of the crown was a Hispanic from Colombia. One runner up, Miss USA, is also Hispanic, Miss Netherlands, another runner up, looked Hispanic.

    • Jason Lewis

      Miss Jamaica in you picture suprisingly does not look Jamaican.

      • Bossman

        Yeah, I’ve a hard time figuring out what her ancestry is.

        • Speedy Steve

          She’s the last of the Arawaks!

          • Bossman

            Who knows? But she’s pretty and deserves to be in the lineup.

          • pcmustgo

            Chinese and East Indian (Coolie)/Indo-Jamaicans too…

        • EuropeanIdentity33

          Probably mixed, one of her parents is most likely British and the other is African.

          • Jason Lewis

            1/4 African at most.

          • EuropeanIdentity33

            Maybe half, maybe a quarter or maybe an eighth. Either way it doesn’t matter she’s still non white and the result of miscegenation.

          • Zimriel

            I don’t object to “Hafa” girls (to borrow from the OP) to represent the Caribbean. Those islands were made, not born. (I hope I’m making sense.)

            The only island I’d say should be represented by pure blacks (not to say, deserves to be so represented) would be Haiti.

          • EuropeanIdentity33

            I just don’t think it is a good idea to have people who are products of miscegenation representing the standard of beauty. It sets a bad precedence.

    • The Dude

      Yeah, for some reason, the Latin look is overrepresented in those pageants worldwide.

      • pcmustgo

        Puerto Rican women have won the most!

        • The Dude

          I don’t understand why though. If it’s about sheer beauty, then to me the Nordic and Slavic types are at the top of the human pyramid (in the aggregate). Perhaps it’s about sexiness as well. Or maybe those Latins just have a great personality.

          • InAFreeCountry

            A beautiful blonde Icelandic or Czech or German or Scandinavian woman is much better looking than the hottest Asian or Hispanic.

      • pcmustgo

        The Latin type though is a mixed race, heavily white variety of Latin… Like a 75% white woman with a splash of black and amer-ind thrown in for good cheek-bones and just the right level of tan.

    • antiquesunlight

      They all look white to me except for the “Dutch” girl, who looks Indian or something.

      • Prussian Engineer

        True. With that being said, these pageants are rather pointless.

      • Speedy Steve

        South Moluccan extremist. Remember them?

      • John Smith

        The Jamaican girl definitely looks like she has very little negro in her – maybe more Oriental or Indian along with European?

        • Fathercoughlin

          “Very little negro in her”–lets hope not!

      • SentryattheGate

        Verheijen has German, Indian, Chinese and Hindu roots

    • John Ambrose

      “the surprising thing was that most East Asian countries sent women who looked Hispanic to represent them.”

      -And most Latin American countries sent women who looked European to represent them.

      • pcmustgo

        Who look 80% European… the rest mixed.

    • pcmustgo

      Netherlands is HOT! What’s her mix? Colombia is very white looking… USA looks like she could have some Amer-ind buried in the background, the spray tan doesn’t hurt.. Miss USA is probably the pretties. (I’m a woman myself, just bein’ honest)…

      • Susannah

        The “Dutch” girl is named Yasmin, which is popular with Muslims. She is probably ethnically Middle Eastern or North African.

        • SentryattheGate

          German, Chinese and Hindu roots.

          • Susannah

            That mix should certainly give the diversity loons quivers of delight.
            The German ancestry certainly isn’t evident – at all.

    • Speedy Steve

      Miss Ukraine looks the best to me. But she could back off on the spray tan and exhibit more White pride.

      • meanqueen

        I think Ukraine is the prettiest, too, but Jamaica is also pretty and doesn’t look black to me.

      • antiquesunlight

        Yeah, Ukraine and USA are pretty evenly matched in my eyes. I think a best two out of three wrestling match is in order to determine who is best.

        • Speedy Steve

          They can wrestle in blue Jell-O.

    • Magician

      It looks like women around the world are trying very hard to look as dark as possible nowadays.. or be olive-skinned

      • Magician

        Miss France looks delightful and I love the national costume Miss Great Britain is wearing. The first two photos are of Miss France.

  • libertarian1234

    As light as she is, the father is probably a mulatto, so she’s not really just black and Japanese she’s white also and should be described as a heavily mixed race person.

    Blacks and the press can’t contain their glee when a “black” model wins a beauty pageant, but every one I’ve ever seen that is attractive has a lot of white blood and looks like a white with a tan.

    • EuropeanIdentity33

      I dunno it’s probably her mother who is black. I have heard stories about Japanese men working in Africa sleeping with the locals. Plus her surname is definitely Japanese.

      • John Smith

        Dad skipped town (how black of him?), leaving kid with mom’s family name.

        • HE2

          That is my guess, too, John S. He took off. That is what negro men do.

    • Deacon Blue

      Agreed. I have never seen a Black that is as a dark as a purple gum win
      a beauty contest ever. C’est la vie.

  • David Ashton

    When is Naomi Watts going to get an Oscar? Oh no, that’s another blog!

  • B.A_2014

    She is an attractive woman. Let’s not get carried away. White people are clearly the most attractive people on the planet. That isn’t to say there isn’t attractive people in all races. YES, even in the African rave.

    • The Dude

      Well, she’s a mulatta; not 100% African. But I don’t know. It’s not just about attractiveness. My sentiment is that the representative of a country (in any event) should look like the/a typical person in it.

      • meanqueen

        Yes, I get it, but we’re all getting so mixed now, not sure that’s going to be possible much longer.

  • The word is “niguro” and not “hafu”.

    • The Dude

      It seems like the Latin root “niger” may have the most popular word and etymology in human history.

    • Deacon Blue

      In China, the slang for a half monkey, half Asian {of any stripe} is “Ze Zhong”
      which roughly translates into “wild seed” in English. Black are of course
      referred to as He Ren {Black People} or He Gui {Black Ghosts}. I had to spend
      4.5 months at a factory site back in the early double otts in rural Yunnan Province.

      I realize that the Japanese detest Niguro having spent a little time in Japan – the
      Japanese don’t really like anyone who is not pure Japanese and there is a
      palpable “us versus them” attitude, Michael. While in Narita, a Japanese vendor
      of mine took me to a “Pinsaro Bar” and they refused me entry because I was
      not Japanese. When we agreed to pay triple, I was given to a woman who
      was at least mid-40’s and reminded me of someone’s aunty. She was overweight and had hairy arm pits. Bad visuals. 🙂

      I do like the black face the Japanese seem so enamored with though.
      Japanese step and fetch it? LOL.

      Anyhow, the Chinese and Koreans don’t much like Blacks and have all sorts
      of denigratory expressions for them. The Chinese at the factory site in Yunnan
      I was at {they made safes and high end vaults for banks as well as
      computer servers} had workers that used to question me about Blacks in
      America all the time. The general consensus – and this is going back
      10-12 years now – was that Blacks are dumb, violent, sexual permissive
      and carry HIV. And you folks think us Whites are smarter than the Asians, eh?

      Best laugh I ever had there was seeing monkeys in a state part {like real
      monkeys, not Black people monkeys} stealing cigarettes and beer from
      folks visiting the state park. You literally could see groups of wild monkeys
      smoking Double Lucky’s and drinking “Piju” everywhere.

      My tour guide, a lovely young woman who was bilingual and very conservative
      made not distinction between monkeys in the park and Blacks: she referred to
      them both as “Chao Hao Dzeh” which translates to “ugly monkey.”

      Imagine calling a Black an ugly monkey in the USA?

  • bilderbuster

    Good looking compared to a Black.
    Freakish by Japanese standards.

    • Weisheit77

      Perfect… She’s a yellower Alicia Keys. I wonder, if like Alicia Keys, does she denigrate her yellow half and play up her black half even though, like Alicia Keys, it’s apparent her mom raised her.

      • Jason Lewis

        Our President was raised by his white mom till she dumped him on her white parents and he, according to his book, never admitted to being half white after the age of 14.

        • Speedy Steve

          Probably because he couldn’t keep up academically at the snooty Punahoe School.

        • Weisheit77

          Yeah, that’s another great example. I wonder if she hates her Japanese side as much as Obama and Holder hate their white sides.

          Does she beat up other Japanese girls, just to keep it real? Gnome sane?

      • meanqueen

        Interesting that Alicia Keyes has become such a black militant when she has been very vocal in the past about honoring her white mother. In one interview, she said “If I am anything at all, it is because of my mother.” She is very close to her mother. I understand that looking black means you fit in better with black society than white society, but why go SO far to the other side? Maybe having to prove something to racist blacks?

  • Weisheit77

    Although I think it is important to be aware of this and I agree with the concept of the international grouping of nationalists that Mr. Taylor briefly mentioned in his piece on what was said in St. Petersburg, I think we need to realize that this is a statistical drop in the bucket that is Japan or East Asia. Statistically, negro blood represents no threat to the East Asian population groups.

    I do wish I read Japanese and could gather how much this impacts their culture. She could be generating bigger headlines in America for all we know. For all we know, no one watches this and any standard hiphop video out of America may have more propaganda value in a detrimental way.

    Now, statistically what is going on in some regions of what was traditionally the white world is a lot more scary. I do think we are still a long way off from the end, even if everything continues just as it has since 1965.

  • The Dude

    “Miyamoto insisted that while she doesn’t “look Japanese”…”

    Shouldn’t this be, like, Rule n°1 for being Miss Japan?

    • UncleSham

      Well, maybe rule number 2. The first rule is that its Miss Japan and not Mr. Japan. Although with enough Western influence you never know…

      • The Dude

        Fascist!

        You know, she may be a dude for all we know. These days with their operation thingies and make-up, it’s very hard to tell sometimes.

  • Simonetta

    Although there are dozens of people who are actively protesting this woman’s selection to by Miss Japan Universe, it’s interesting to see that there are tens of millions of Japanese who are not. Perhaps Japan is making small gentle steps towards accepting those among them who are Japanese, but … different.

    All 250 of them out of 100,000,000!

    Jeez, talk about a tempest in a teapot! This is almost as stupid as those Loozianna negros chimping out over -what- a strawberry festival!.

    My point is … it’s a Miss Japan contest of some sort. This girl’s mother is Japanese, she speaks Japanese, she’s lived all her life in Japan, everyone she knows is Japanese, everyone she knows accepts her as Japanese. She is Japanese! She’s sweet and gentle and feminine enough for 99.9% of the guys walking the earth.

    • meanqueen

      It’s a non issue to me, too, and I feel badly for the girl. I just found it interesting given what we know about Japanese society.

  • UncleSham

    This is not one of her best pictures. She is prettier than the women she was competing against. I’m sure she has some European ancestry, and the other girls were too skinny for my taste.

  • LeonNJ

    Get ready for more politics. When the Miss Universe pageant arrives, she’ll either win or be in the top four. It will basically be a stick in the eye towards those “racist” pure Japanese back home.

  • Tarczan

    I don’t think this lady is beautiful, she certainly doesn’t look Japenese.

  • antiquesunlight

    She is barely average looking. What nonsense. No wonder the Japanese are upset.

    • John Smith

      AA hits Japan.

  • Reynardine

    Does anybody remember that recent negro Miss Alaska? Same thing here. We’re all just slowly going insane…

    • IstvanIN

      Oh yeah, Miss black Alaska, as if there were no Eskimos or Whites.

    • John Smith

      Some black women, like Vanessa Williams, have a much more refined, human-like appearance (because of how little African genetics they have), but I googled the contestant in question and see that she is very much congoid in appearance.

  • Prussian Engineer

    lol @ “hafu”

  • Deacon Blue

    Japanese? I have known Japanese women. She looks more like an anorexic Pacific
    Islander. Think Samoan with a crack or meth habit before the teeth go bad.

    • IstvanIN

      To be fair she isn’t that bad, she simply isn’t really representative of Japanese young women.

      • Deacon Blue

        I don’t find her attractive. Worse, I don’t remotely find her reflective of
        what a traditional, beautiful Japanese woman looks like. Let her go
        represent Trinidad, Tobago, Indonesia or Malaysia where she almost
        looks like she fits in. But not Japan.

      • meanqueen

        Agree, she’s pretty enough but she does not look Japanese. Kind of shocked that she was chosen, since Japan is notoriously opposed to outsiders and particularly black servicemen (I assume her father was American military).

  • She is the product of race-ism. Her father is black and her mother is Asian.
    An Asian woman rejected all the men of her own race in favor of a black man whom she considered to be racially/sexually superior. Interracism is a form of race-ism since it is based on the perception of racial-sexual superiority of the other race.

    The black father found the Japanese woman to be superior in feminine qualities to black women, and the yellow mother found the black man to be superior in masculine qualities to yellow men.

    So, she is the very product of race-ism. Her mother had sex with a black man on the perception that he is better than the men of her own nationality.

    Japanese are stupid to celebrate this. Almost all black-yellow pairings are black male and yellow female. It is always the case that the victorious race takes the women of the subordinate race. Since black men are bigger and stronger than yellow men, this is a case of black sexual conquest of the yellow race.
    If Japan celebrates her, it means it is declaring sexual surrender to the black race.

    Japan shouldn’t encourage immigration of men of other races into Japan. As Japanese tend to be short and scrawny, arrival of men of other races will mean Japanese men willl lose their own women to men of other races. Where is the pride in that? It’d be like white men losing white women to black men, an increasing phenomenon in the US and of course Brazil and Cuba.

    In the New World, diversity was inevitable since white Hispanics conquered and raped the natives of Latin America, thereby creating the mestizo race. Also, as millions of blacks were brought over as slaves, white people got stuck with a lot of blacks. The New World has no choice but to deal with diversity as a historical burden.

    But Japan was not conquered and raped by foreigner imperialists like Peru, Bolivia, and Mexico were. And it didn’t bring over millions of blacks to work as slaves.
    So, there is no reason for Japan to embrace or celebrate ‘diversity’. They have no moral responsibility for it. They were not conquered and raped. (Japan was occupied by US in WWII, and the presence of US soldiers in Japan has meant that Japanese women had to serve as prostitutes to foreign soldiers. Hardly something to be proud of.) And they didn’t import millions of slaves of another race.

  • Chamber

    Japan is still a mostly homogenous nation. To choose an American mixed female is a spit in the face to all of the 100% Japanese women who are just as deserving of being a part of this pageant. When you are a nation that is 98% Japanese, it is completely unfair to choose one that is mixed. The contestant should be wholly Japanese.

    • 李冠毅

      “a nation that is 98% Japanese”

      This is a very common misconception; that Japan is a homogeneous society. While Japan’s official statistics states that Japan is over 90% ethnic Japanese, this data does not take into account the actual racial makeup of the population. Japanese men has been marrying tens of thousands Chinese women for some years now. The mixed children of these marriages are typically classified by the Japanese government as Japanese, and receive full citizenship. Genetic studies on Japan’s populace found that a large percentage of the younger generation is mixed. Some geneticists have pointed out that Japan should really be classified as a multiracial society, though it is not yet as diverse as America.

      • John Smith

        They’re almost all E. Asian, which I don’t consider multiracial anymore than a fair Norwegian marrying a olive-skinned Spaniard. Multiethnic, yes. The cultural impact of marrying another Asian ethnicity will probably be gone a generation or two after the fact and the children will be Japanese in their outlook, identity and phenotype.

      • Chamber

        Which is why I used the word “mostly”. I never implied that the whole nation is, but the fact stands that even if a Japanese were to be mixed with a Chinese, there is a closer relationships there, genetically, than if an American were to have a child with a Japanese person. Chinese and Japanese even share characters in their writing, as the Japanese words were derived from Chinese. So, sorry that my point wasn’t clear to you, but even a Japanese with Chinese ancestry would make more sense for this pageant than a Japanese that is obviously half American.

      • Mixing Japanese with Chinese or Koreans does not really produce “multi-racial” offspring, any more than mixing Celts with Slavs does. Two of the greatest “Russian” naval leaders were the Duke of Edinburgh (“Gerzog Edinburski”) and John Paul Jones. If those guys didn’t sleep with Russian women while there, I miss my guess.

  • Ella

    Hmmmm, shall I hint about a possible American military guy at work here? The article did speak of, “20-year-old is the daughter of a Japanese woman and an African-American man from the United States.” Japan has beautiful young Japanese women who represent the country well; there is no shortage.

  • John Smith

    I’ve seen half-white Japanese women who are very attractive and yet still look mostly Asian, but this looks like a typical half-negro, maybe a little better than many, but still unattractive. Strange that some Asians are starting to get PC.

  • HE2

    No way should this biracial mongrel be selected to represent the Japanese race. No more than a half anything should be chosen to represent the U.S.A.
    Yes, I know this is the “Miss Universe” contest, but each candidate represents a specific country, ethnicity and culture.
    You can bet her mum was impregnated and deserted by a negro serviceman who has not paid a dime for her support. Yuck.

  • inotherwords

    If you threw a stick in Japan, it would hit 10 girls who are prettier and smarter than this girl. Welcome to affirmative action Japan.

  • inotherwords

    She’ll have a lucrative career in Japan promoting half-off sales for local businesses.

  • Robert Smith

    The only way this happens is due to a woodchuck in the organizing committee.

  • Light from the East

    In terms of current liberal west standard, almost every Japanese is racist even children. But somehow those liberals still enjoy the benefits Japan provides to them such as sushi, sashimi, automobiles, cell phones, appliances, cameras, air conditioners, Japanese Yuan foreign exchange, etc. Just think about it, if Japan does not have majority of Japanese, all the above would not have happened. There was news a reporter asking a Japanese high school student whether she is able to represent Japan and he clearly shook his head and disagree. Imagine that, if a white American or European high school student does the same thing in his/her homeland, what will happen to him/her on his/her next day to school?

    • Robert Smith

      They would be pressured into getting a psychological evaluation and counseling. Great post.

  • nordicman

    Asians have the racial consciousness and pride that whites should have (or used to). The ONLY whites in this planet with any nationalistic tendencies and overt distaste for multiculturalism are Italians, Greeks, Spaniards, Russians, Polish, Ukrainians, Hungarians, Croats, Serbs, etc.

  • LiberalismFailed

    Wow, I can see why people would be upset, just alone on her looks.

  • SentryattheGate

    Interesting! I will take a look at those articles. The powers that be (the UN) certainly aim at diluting the more successful nations, while they support Africa being for blacks only!

  • Jefferson Goodberry

    There are about 65 Million women in Japan and she’s the best they could come up with for “Miss Universe Japan”?!? She isn’t completely unattractive, but by no means comes anywhere close to being hot.

  • Korean guy

    As a guy who personally paid a visit to Japan twice in the past, I can assure, while the biracial woman is not necessarily unattractive, there are a plenty of 100% Japanese women in Japan who are clearly more beautiful than this biracial woman.

    If you want the opinion of a guy of South Korean origin, it is not a crime to choose this biracial woman as Miss Japan 2015, but I also understand the perspective of the ones who insist Miss Japan should be 100% Japanese.

    I would rather see a beautiful old-fashioned Japanese woman than a biracial woman just to acknowledge how “progressive” and how “21st century” this world is.

    I can assure you that this biracial woman’s “uniqueness” and “political correctness” definitely helped this woman win.

    When I order a hamburger, I want to have a hamburger, not some kind of a “pizza-hamburger.” There are a plenty of ways to prepare awesome hamburgers without attempting to combine a hamburger with a slice of pizza.

    Just a few years ago, a woman of pure Russian ancestry was chosen as Miss Canada. No joke.

    In this page, which is from a well-known UK media called “The Independent”, you can see several photos of Miss Miyamoto’s African American dad, Japanese mother,

    and how her parents met near a major US naval base

    goo[DOT]gl/FX7AkY

    • Bardon Kaldian

      So- there is no more anti-Korean racial animus ? I’m glad to hear it …

  • Magician

    Not quite relevant but it was reported that more and more Japanese men are losing interest in having sex and choosing to stay single for all their life

    theguardianDOTcom/world/2013/oct/20/young-people-japan-stopped-having-sex

    japantodayDOTcom/category/lifestyle/view/increasing-number-of-japanese-men-opting-for-bachelorhood

    Japan has one of the lowest birthrates around the world, but its population density is very high.

  • rebelcelt

    She represents probably less than 1 percent of the population. Of course it is a political decision.

    • Bardon Kaldian

      More likely: 0.000001 %

  • Whiteplight

    I think these fools actually think that universal equality and therefore world wide peace will be the result. This is completely without historical support with the opposite (collapse and war) being the actual and repeated result of multiculturalism. In fact, we’re in a collapse now, although most don’t recognize it because it hasn’t become violent enough yet and we’re not yet at the point where chaos begins (but we’re nearing it).

  • Roninf9

    A crack in the dam. This is psych warfare against the Japanese people in patrictualr and the sovereign ethnic nation-state in general.

  • Rick

    Wow, Blacks sure don’t have difficulty spreading their poisonous seed in all corners of the globe. Are women just simply powerless to resist? Run away ladies, run away….

    • Magician

      It is not that black males are clearly more attractive in the eyes of women than non-black males are, but we are now living in a world where any woman who refuses romantic advances from a black male is committing the biggest crime in this world, which is being a racist.

  • I am an adherent of Chinese folk religion and the thought of Confucius. From the perspective of religion and philosophy, I am a very traditional Chinese individual, and I am not ashamed of it.

    I do not meant to offend Christians, but it is my personal belief that Christianity does not belong in China, and that we should care about preserving our own unique religious and philosophical traditions.

    I am not entirely sure what you are getting at with the word “communal,” but if you are asking about commonalities between Chinese and Western history, then I find it a rather big question. Suffice to say that Western and Chinese civilisations are unique, and that although there are differences (e.g. Westerners invented more while Chinese, being ultra-conservative, favoured harmony and extremely distrusted invention), there are also striking similarities (e.g. there was rule of law, much bureaucracy, some literacy, etc.).

    There are only a few cultures that invented writing or had the potential to upkeep the tradition of writing for a long period of time. To sum it up, “civilised affairs” in history are almost exclusively done by Whites and East Asians; the difference between the West and the East was that West favoured innovation and change (probably motivated by wars), while the East favoured social harmony and hence some kind of ultra-conservatism (which was enabled by long periods of peace).

    However, there was a time that the Chinese were more innovative; it was exactly the period that there were a lot of wars. This has led me to suspect that wars do have purpose in the general scheme of things, and that they are perhaps not bad for technological and intellectual progress. The East, with its ultra-conservative civilisation, specialised in optimising the existing systems that had been inherited from the time when there used to be a lot of wars. East Asians, I have noticed, are good at optimising existing systems, while Westerners are good at creating entirely new systems. I am, however, nowadays more inclined to be believe it might be somewhat more cultural.

    Furthermore, I am inclined to believe that if there is ever going to be a United States of Europe which is nationalist and traditional and the current demographic, ideological, and cultural crisis has been thwarted, then it is going to go on the same historical path as the unified imperial China; Europeans are probably going to become more focused on social harmony as they will strive to preserve their unified Europe, and if successful, a long period of peace will follow, and hence there will be little motivation for innovation, while the European people will adhere to some kind of ultra-conservatism that favours social harmony over innovation. So, innovation might come to be be distrusted as a thing of the past, and as a thing that brought much trouble to the West. Europeans will have ample evidence for this, and they will only desire to keep the peace and to live in a harmonious society.

    This is the future that I would predict for Europe on the basis of Chinese history, and on the basis of European history, I would predict a future or alternative history for a disunified China that is more innovative. I am somewhat neutral to both kinds of civilisation, because, although their focus is different, they have their merits. I like Western inventions – scientific, technological, and artistic – but I also like harmony and peace, hence “ultra-conservatism.”

    • 李冠毅

      Innovation and social harmony doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive. You know what the problem is? Too many people seem to think that people are inherently evil, and have to be controlled, either through laws or with a conformist culture. On the other hand, I have always believed that all people are inherently good (人之初,性本善). If I can have my way, there will be no formal laws in China; instead, people would gather together everyday and spend quality time with each other. How many of you know your neighbors, and do you trust them? I guess not.

      I’ve read about a culture (South American, I think, though I couldn’t remember), in which when someone is born, the villagers gather round the child and sing a special song they have written exclusively for the child. In the future, should the person do anything wrong, instead of punishing him, the villagers take the person to their place of birth, gather around him, and sing that special song for him again. More often than not, the person comes to his conscience and goes back to doing good.

      I sometimes daydream of a future China where this method would be the norm, and as a result, crime is almost nonexistent and everyone knows and trusts each other. At the same time, there can still be discussions on inventing and innovating. People just need to learn to love each other and their culture, then you can innovate and still maintain peace. Oh, and in spite of its “ultra-conservatism”, China did produce many inventions. Many Chinese people nowadays seem unaware of the inventions of their own culture. You seem to be a history enthusiast, you’ve probably read books on ancient Chinese inventions.

    • Batterytrain

      Hey Chinese nationalist maiden, i am having a debate with an afrocentrist on youtube, who claims the Chinese are actually blacks. Could you help me out a little bit if you have time?

      • BlueSonicStreak

        How does anyone claim the Chinese are black?!

        • Batterytrain

          B/C apparently some Chinese scientists found evidence indicating that the ancient Chinese were black…..

      • You’re arguing with someone so divorced from reality that he thinks that the Chinese are negroes?

        I’m trying to teach a pig how to whistle while flying.

        I think I’ll have more success.

        • Batterytrain

          His claim is based on the fact that Chinese scientists found evidence that the Ancient Chinese were black.

          Look up a user named Hernan Cortez on returnofkings and disqus. He wants to debate y’all and a lot of his posts are quite amusing. Look into them for your own pleasure.

      • 李冠毅

        I’ve always suspected that some ancient Chinese may have been Black. Lu Bu, a famous Han dynasty general, was recorded to have a black face. Many Chinese folk tales also have these characters who are described as “big, burly, black men”. Some people I talked to suggested that this meant that some Africans came to China during ancient times, and intermixed with the locals.

  • Magician

    I wonder if John E. has any opinion on this matter, and if he does, what his opinion is? Care to tell us, John?

  • Fathercoughlin

    she got big teef!

  • Reynardine

    Actual Japanese model (for comparison):

  • Morgana74

    Not all modern White women want to compete with men.Unfortunately the White men we tend to go for always have a thing for “Latin” and Asian women :-/

    • Magician

      “Unfortunately the White men we tend to go for always have a thing for “Latin” and Asian women :-/”

      And many white men who go for Asian women tend to go for the least attractive Asian women.

  • NowhereTearsOfHonor

    Let me guess,her “father/AA man from the US is another AAA(third A for Absentee),right?

  • BlueSonicStreak

    It’s wonderful that your wife loves the traditional marriage you have; but there are thousands of women who would live in despair if forced into the same arrangement.

    It was one thing to have strict gender roles when all there WAS for men and women to do in society was a natural and simple division of labour (hard physical work vs. childrearing). But in the modern world, with thousands and thousands of differentiated life passions, leaving half the population to do nothing but sit at home, change diapers, cook and twiddle their thumbs will not fly.

    I agree with some people here that feminism has wrought damage in our society and broken down relationships between men and women. But I don’t think a reactionary return to nothing but traditional roles is going to work for most people. Not anymore.

    We will have to invent another solution.

  • David Ashton

    I suspect a long-standing anti-“Brit” prejudice against this England-born and once Australia-resident actress, not mitigated by her choice of father to her boys. She has always been a very versatile and highly accomplished actress, personally contributing to the “King Kong” screenplay and also co-directing other movie work. For years she was a good actress put in bad films, but even came out of the risky Diana film-plot as a star and accomplished impersonator. I first fell in love with her when I saw “Unicorn Killer” which is also deliciously politically incorrect; in fact, she has had two other roles which would not have pleased the Hollywood (Red) Ten. Her mother has an interior decorating business not far from my home in Norfolk. This has nothing to do with Japanese women, but I try to promote Naomi at every opportunity, however inappropriate!

    • HE2

      Agree that Watts is an underrated, accomplished actress.
      Check out her strong performances in
      “21 Grams,” and “The Painted Veil.”
      Both films are more “art films,” rather than mainstream works and well worth a view for the discerning.
      The former is directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, co-starring Sean Penn and Benicio DelToro, the latter co-stars Edward Norton and her husband Liev Screiber in a lesser role. It is directed by John Curran, from a screenplay by Ron Nyswaner based on the Maugham book and beautifully filmed in China, depicting a provincial cholera outbreak during the early days of the Revolution.

      • David Ashton

        Support greatly welcomed. She virtually co-directed “Painted Veil”. She is hardworking as well as sensitive and attractive.

        • HE2

          Watts and Norton actually co-produced “The Painted Veil.”
          Please, please also take a look at “21 Grams.” She is outstanding in that film, in a very difficult, heart wrenching role, for which she was Academy Award nominated.

          • David Ashton

            That was almost the only film of hers I have missed, apart from “Tank Girl”!!! (In “King King” as a man I preferred the delectable restaurant scene with Jack Black to the red nose in the sunset on the Empire State.) I fear the Moderator may get tired of our tangential exchanges.

          • HE2

            I fear the Moderator may get tired of our tangential exchanges.

            Sorry, Moderator. Knew I was taking a chance going O/T.

    • Korean guy

      Naomi Watts is more beautiful than majority of Holllywood actresses. She is more beautiful than Keira Knightley, Kate Hudson, and so on

      • David Ashton

        Agreed. My exchange with fellow-fan HE2 seems to have disappeared on here, but you can find it on the Disqus archive.

  • SentryattheGate

    Verheijen has German, Indian, Chinese and Hindu roots, was born and raised in Amsterdam and is in the final year of training as a decorator.

    In October 2014, Verheijen began dating Dutch footballer Khalid Boulahrouz (maybe part Middle Eastern?).

  • Magician

    “I’m a sucker for latin women”

    There are a plenty of men around the world who say Latinas are the most beautiful women on earth.

  • Batterytrain

    Are you coward? Eren Jager?