Joyanna Adams

Nobody's Opinion

Some cultures, like recipies, are just better.

Nobody Wonders

Yesterday, in some interview, Obama was saying that someday, and it will be just a generation, colored people will be the majority in the United States. He seemed pretty happy about that, because to Obama, racism is all over the country. Never mind that it never dawns on him that he wouldn’t have been elected if it was.

Let’s face it, Obama is not really fond of white people, and he is more than obsessed with the Muslim religion. Why does he prefer Islam to Christianity? Because he was raised a Muslim. Pretty simple.muslim-obama

Obama is very fond of himself and his “musings” on the world.  The question is, why did Obama grow up  associating as a black man instead of white?

Was it just the color of his skin and his black features which determined that? He lives in white neighborhoods, and only hangs out with blacks if they are RICH.

Which got me to thinking about culture, and why certain cultures don’t get along with others.

For instance: We have a lot of Chinese that moved into the neighborhood. They are quiet, courteous, and hard workers. My husband and I went to our local Wal-Mart tonight, and I could see the difference there.

I was searching through for some Christmas lights, and there was a family from India…a mother, a father, and two boys. Not only did they block me at every turn, they talked loudly in Indian as if I wasn’t even there. The kids were butting into me, and wherever I was standing or wanted to look, the mother really didn’t care. She was plowing through me, and yelling at her husband at the same time.

Rude.

Going down another isle we ran into a family of Chinese. One of the men were in our way, and his son (or brother?) told him to move out of our way, which he did instantly. And then they smiled.

Like I said: The Chinese are courteous. I don’t know if Confucius had anything to do with this, but I give him some credit.

Which got me to thinking this Christmas about one poor Chinese soul that…I am worried about. He’s owns the local Chinese restaurant. He brought his wife here over 40 years ago, started up the restaurant right down the street.

Not them, but close.

Not them, but close.

His wife worked in the front…taking the orders, and he cooked. I watched their two girls grow up, as they sat in the back watching TV, until they went to school.

So cute….and I became very fond of this couple. While I never could figure out how to say their names, the wife, who had the most gracious and beautiful smile, would always remember their customers, and I noticed that they cared about them….really amazing, but they did.

One day, as I was picking up my order of Sweet Happy Family (A combination  of chicken, beef, shrimp, pea pods and more.) the Chinese women was upset about her older customers, who were living on Social Security, and were losing their homes and couldn’t afford medicines.

“I never thought I’d see this in the United States.” she said, sadly.

She also knew my voice on the phone: “Ah…Sweet Happy Family & Sweet and Sour Shrimp? Why don’t you try something different?” She would ask, and then we would both laugh.

To be truthful, I loved the same dish for over 30 years, and didn’t even want to deprive myself of it. Not even to taste something new.

Then one day…just like that. She was gone.

It was about 5 years ago…when she died. Her husband— who kept back in the cave of his kitchen, and who could barely speak English, told me of how she got sick, and the hospital said she was fine, but she wasn’t, and from his broken English I understood that the hospital had done everything wrong.

I knew of this hospital.  My mother had suffered unspeakably in it. Stephen King could write a book about it.

The sadness on his face, at the loss of his beloved wife was heartbreaking. I asked about his girls, who didn’t want to take over his business. They had their own lives….and so, he was alone.

This man worked hard all his life, over a hot stove. Cooking….and now, he was…alone.

I haven’t been to his place in some time. But I worry about him.

Which brings me back to culture.

There seems to be a mad idea to get all cultures living right next to each other, and expecting them to all get along.

As we see in Germany…this is not going to work.

White people in the United States come from a culture of freedom, and Christianity had a lot to do with that. While Christians had slaves here once, they got rid of it, at the cost of thousands of white men lives.

Islam, on the other hand, is a culture of slavery, and dictatorship. It still deals in slavery. Obama is blind to it, simply because he remembers his Muslim childhood. But he didn’t grow up in Saudi Arabia. He grew up in Hawaii.

Clueless.

On the TV tonight, I heard a Muslim man crying out that the United States has freedom of religion, which is true, and they deserve rights.  But, the Muslims who have infiltrated the West are now damaging that the countries that they are now in, They want to practice their own laws…laws that are tyrannical: Sharia. According to the last world survey, 79% of all Muslims want Sharia law.

One thing is clear: I don’t care how much Obama praises Islam, Muslims do not fit in Western Culture. The Western Culture is superior.

Sorry Obama. It just is.

But the Chinese?

Remember the faces in Tiananmen Square? The Chinese truly thought that America would save them. Poor souls.

That’s it: I’m taking my friend at my favorite restaurant a little Christmas gift.

I just wonder… and I hope… he is still there.

December 21, 2016 - Posted by | China, Islam, Uncategorized | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Wish the Chinese gentleman as Happy a Christmas as he can muster from me, Joy. And you too. I have missed you this year. We have not spoken much. Lets correct that next year.

    As for Obama’s black thoughts, I wonder if when his black dawn comes and ‘his’ people are in the majority, will they treat the minority whites the way the blacks wanted to be treated. That is, free stuff up the Ying Yang.

    God Bless Joyanna.

    Like

    Comment by Amfortas | December 22, 2016 | Reply


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