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    Kỳ qua Copenhagen đang đi giữa phố lúc chiều tối cũng bị một anh da trắng xỉn xỉn hét vô lỗ tai "Kina". Khi ở đại học, bạn bè rủ nhau đi party mà thấy mấy anh vai u thịt bắp nói giọng miền Nam là phải lo tránh xa cho chắc ăn. Tránh roi chẳng xấu mặt nào.

    Trước giờ người Á châu vẫn bị kì thị, ăn hiếp, nhưng cứ bảo nhau nhịn vì biết thân biết phận là dân di cư, tỵ nạn, đi ở nhờ.

    - ching: từ chữ THANH là triều đại bên Tàu lúc người Tàu bắt đầu qua Mỹ làm nhân công xây đường rầy xe lửa
    - chong: từ chữ TRUNG QUỐC là tên mới của Tàu sau này

    (còn kỳ thị tiếp)

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    Blue lives matter:

    Police officers sue Donald Trump for injuries resulting from Capitol riot
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...s-capitol-riot

    James Blassingame, a 17-year veteran of the force, and Sidney Hemby, an 11-year veteran, filed the lawsuit on Tuesday in US district court for the District of Columbia seeking damages of at least $75,000 each.“This is a complaint for damages by US Capitol Police officers for physical and emotional injuries caused by the defendant Donald Trump’s wrongful conduct inciting a riot on January 6, 2021, by his followers trying to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election,” the lawsuit said.
    Law and order president.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    [/I]Trước giờ người Á châu vẫn bị kì thị, ăn hiếp, nhưng cứ bảo nhau nhịn vì biết thân biết phận là dân di cư, tỵ nạn, đi ở nhờ.

    Cái này các nhà tâm lý sao đỏ gọi là: tâm lý tiểu nông.
    Tị nạn thì cũng nhập quốc tịch thành dân bản xứ rồi chứ.
    Cũng đi làm, cũng đóng thuế. Làm đủ bổn phận của người
    công dân thì cũng nên được hưởng quyền lợi của một công
    dân trong xã hội chứ. Tại sao phải tự ti. Cho là đám già mà
    không chết tự ti đi, thì số con nít sinh trưởng tại xứ người cũng
    bắt chúng tự ti mặc cảm hay sao.
    Năm nào đến ngày Đức thống nhất, báo die Zeit, một tờ báo
    lớn ở Đức cũng đăng các bài viết về các số phận người thợ
    khách Việt Nam, do chính thế hệ thứ hai, con cái của những
    người thợ khách kia viết, đa phần nội dung chỉ mô tả một kiểu
    sống và cư xử: là nhịn nhục, cố gắng làm 8 jobs để cho con cái
    ăn học, không thành thạo sinh ngữ, nhưng luôn cố gắng.

    Các đứa trẻ đều viết báo và kể về cha mẹ chúng đi từ Việt Nam
    trả nợ lao động một kiểu như vậy, với tâm hồn như vậy. Nhưng trong
    các bài báo kết luận luôn luôn là bọn chúng không hề muốn chúng
    phải sống tủi nhục như vậy. Chúng ghét nhất là gặp chúng thì hỏi:
    "mày từ đâu đến?"
    Làm cha mẹ thì phải làm gương cho con cái chứ. Dạy cho chúng
    hiểu thế nào là bổn phận công dân, đồng thời thế nào là quyền lợi.
    Chẳng lẽ cứ dạy chúng bị tát má trái 1 cái thì đưa má phải cho tát
    thêm 76 cái cho đủ đô chăng?
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    Có công thù ghét có ngày nên Kim:

    Lesson for Those Who Think Pandering to Whiteness Will Save Them...
    https://news.yahoo.com/sery-kim-less...173212501.html

    During a Republican forum last Wednesday, Texas congressional candidate and former Trump official Sery Kim made racist remarks about Chinese immigrants. “I don’t want them here at all,” she said. “They steal our intellectual property, they give us coronavirus, they don’t hold themselves accountable.”

    These comments are straight out of Trump’s playbook. They’re false, xenophobic, and used for cheap political points. They’re also grotesquely irresponsible at a time when targeted violence against the Asian American community is at a terrifying high, in large part due to rhetoric like this.

    Kim justified that rhetoric by adding, “Quite frankly, I can say that because I’m Korean.”

    Her speech went viral, and she has since been met with violent, racist messages online. Nobody deserves to be subjected to such treatment, but I cannot say that I’m surprised. Throwing her fellow Asian Americans under the bus did not save her from racism or endear her to white America. In addition to becoming the target of hateful trolls, Kim has been thoroughly criticized by the Korean American community and lost the endorsement of two Republican congresswomen of Korean descent.

    We know the difference between critiques of the Chinese government and racist comments about Chinese people, and Kim’s comments at the forum were explicitly about Chinese immigrants. She denigrated Chinese people who come to live here. Her original comments had nothing to do with the CCP, as she now claims. But even if they did, it’s worth examining why she is so fixated on China when our own government failed to adequately address the pandemic, leading to 555,000 preventable deaths, and utterly abandoned us during winter storm Uri, the fallout from which many Texans are still suffering.

    #Republicunz.

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    hahaha phụ nữ mà có cái mặt này tiếng Việt gọi là mặt mâm nè:

    Có công thù ghét có ngày nên mâm.


    Nhà Phật gọi là tướng do tâm sanh mà.
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    Thấy nhỏ nhỏ mà có võ.





    Nữ võ sĩ gốc Á Châu bị kỳ thị trong công viên ở Orange
    Apr 8, 2021 cập nhật lần cuối Apr 9, 2021

    ORANGE, California (NV) – Một nữ võ sĩ gốc Á Châu bị kỳ thị trong lúc tập luyện tại một công viên ở Orange County, và cô quay phim lại được cảnh đó.

    Theo đài ABC 7, nữ võ sĩ đó là cô Sakura Kokumai, một trong những người sẽ đại diện cho Hoa Kỳ để thi đấu võ Karate tại Thế Vận Hội Tokyo vào mùa Hè năm nay.


    Nữ võ sĩ Sakura Kokumai, người bị kỳ thị trong công viên ở Orange. (Hình minh họa: David Becker/Getty Images)

    Cô Kokumai kể mình đang tập luyện tại công viên Grijalva ở Orange thì bị một người đàn ông chửi bới. Đây là nơi cô đến tập luyện mỗi ngày, nhưng chưa bao giờ gặp chuyện như vậy.

    “Tôi rất ngạc nhiên và không biết phải làm gì. Ông ta đến gần tôi và tiếp tục la hét không biết vì lý do gì,” cô kể.

    Trong video cô đăng trên Instagram, người đàn ông kia nói: “Cô nhỏ con quá. Tôi sẽ đánh chồng hay bạn trai cô.”

    Cô kể với đài ABC 7: “Ban đầu, ông ta không dùng những từ ngữ kỳ thị, nhưng ông vừa vào xe thì la lên ‘đồ Tàu’ và ‘sashimi.’”

    Cô Kokumai là người Mỹ đầu tiên được thi đấu môn võ Karate tại Thế Vận Hội, và cho biết lý do cô bình tĩnh khi bị kỳ thị là vì mình có thể tự vệ.

    “Lúc đó, tôi biết đây là chuyện mình tự giải quyết được nên vẫn giữ được bình tĩnh. Nếu chuyện đó xảy ra với mẹ tôi, với bà tôi thì sao? Nghĩ đến điều đó làm tôi rất sợ,” cô nói. (TL) [qd]

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    Man berates Asian American woman at busy OC park, bystanders fail to step in


    In the latest in a disturbing spike in anti-Asian attacks, an Olympic hopeful from Orange County was in a park training for the summer games when a man targeted her in an incident that she captured on video.

    "I was shocked... I didn't know what to do.. and it slowly escalated in a way where he got close to me and he continued to yell at me for no reason," Sakura Kokumai, a Team USA Karate Olympian, told ABC7 in an interview.

    "You're so small," the man is heard is saying in the footage. "I'll f--- your boyfriend up."

    "There was no racial slurs at the beginning," Kokumai said, "but as he got into his car he would yell out 'Chinese' and 'Sashimi' and then I was like OK there it is."

    Sakura Kokumai says she was working out at Grijalva Park - just like she does every day as she prepares for the Olympics. She's set to represent the U.S. in the Tokyo games this summer -- as the first American to qualify for the Olympic games in karate.


    In the latest in a disturbing spike in anti-Asian attacks, an Olympic athlete from Orange County was in a park training for the summer games when a man targeted her in an incident that she captured on video.


    "I was shocked... I didn't know what to do.. and it slowly escalated in a way where he got close to me and he continued to yell at me for no reason," Sakura Kokumai, a Team USA Karate Olympian, told ABC7 in an interview.

    "You're so small," the man is heard is saying in the footage. "I'll f--- your boyfriend up."

    "There was no racial slurs at the beginning," Kokumai said, "but as he got into his car he would yell out 'Chinese' and 'Sashimi' and then I was like OK there it is."

    Sakura Kokumai says she was working out at Grijalva Park - just like she does every day as she prepares for the Olympics. She's set to represent the U.S. in the Tokyo games this summer -- as the first American to qualify for the Olympic games in karate.

    Doormen fired after failing to intervene in vicious attack on Asian woman in NYC

    It's why she says she was so calm: she knew if she had to, she could fight back. She said the man out of nowhere started harassing her for nearly 20 minutes.

    "You know what? If this was my mom... what if this was my grandma...that's where it got scary, because I knew that I was able to handle myself with the situation by being calm," Kokumai said. "You don't want to be aggressive. But my worry was, what if this was somebody else?"

    In 2020, there were 10 times as many hate incidents and crimes against Asian Americans in Orange County. A majority of those crimes were in public, according to the Orange County Human Relations Commission.

    Just last month, an 82-year-old Asian American woman at the Leisure World retirement community in Seal Beach received a letter on the day of her husband's funeral -- it said his death was a good thing because it meant "one less Asian to put up with."

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    Anh em ơi đừng sợ cao bồi, nó có súng mình có karate.



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    Một sớm mai thức dậy: "sleepy" Joe.




    President Biden urges CEOs to help end chip shortage


    US domestic industries are struggling to keep up with demand for computer chips and semiconductors. The White House is offering billions in domestic aid to help boost production.


    'This is infrastructure,' Biden told the CEOs, holding up a silicon wafer, a core component in making computer chips, imported in large part from Asia at present

    US President Joe Biden told senior executives on Monday that America was suffering from the global computer chip shortage, urging them to invest in domestic production as part of his infrastructure plan.

    "We need to build the infrastructure of today, not repair the one of yesterday," Biden told the group of 19 corporate leaders from the technology, chip and automotive industries.

    "China and the rest of the world is not waiting and there's no reason why Americans should wait."

    Lockdowns produce surge in demand

    Carmakers are competing with the consumer electronics industry for chip supplies as people spend more time at home during global coronavirus lockdowns.

    The release of a new iPhone has already been delayed, demand for personal computers has surged, and automakers are cutting production owing to a lack of key parts, most notably the semiconductor wafers needed to make computer chips.

    The supply crunch could lead to a potential 1.3 million-unit shortfall in U.S. car and light-duty truck production this year.

    Broadband internet and cable TV companies also face delays in receiving network switches, routers, and servers.

    How much does Biden want to spend on infrastructure?

    President Biden said he had bipartisan support for fresh legislation to fund the chip industry — to the tune of $50 billion — as part of his drive to rebuild U.S. manufacturing as part of his $2 trillion infrastructure plan.

    Biden and his top advisers view the semiconductor shortage as a "top and immediate priority," the White House said after the meeting.

    CEOs of AT&T, Dell, Ford, General Motors, Stellantis (formerly Fiat Chrysler), Intel, Northrop Grumman, and others were all scheduled to attend.

    But can the US really shake up supply chains at short notice?

    But questions remain over what the Biden administration can really do to shake up US supply chains at such short notice. The industry typically has a production cycle of three to five years.

    "Right now, there’s no structural changes that could alleviate the shortage," Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives told the Associated Press.

    Intel Corp has said, however, that it will aim to make chips for car plants at its factories in the next six to nine months.

    The U.S. has only 12% of the world's semiconductor wafer factory capacity, down from 37% in 1990, according to the Semiconductor Industry Association. China, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan combine to account for more than 70%.

    “I think now it's just exposing the structural issues as well as some of the potential national security issues the US faces, given our reliance on Asia," Ives said.

    jf/msh (AP, Reuters)

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    Có thực mới vực được đủ thứ: trả lương tử tế cho công nhân thì làm cái gì cũng xong.

    Invest in people:

    CEO Hits Back At Fox News After They Derided Him For Offering 70K Minimum Salaries
    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/dan-p...b001befb6d8b9f

    Back in 2015, the tech entrepreneur shocked the business world by slashing his own $1.1 million pay package to help fund a minimum “living wage” of $70,000 for all workers at his credit card processing company Gravity Payments.

    Price’s decision led to him being heavily criticized as a “socialist” on Fox News and Fox Business. In addition, some clients dropped Gravity for reasons that included fears the salary hike would cause their rates to rise.

    But in the years since, Price has been hailed as a success by Harvard Business School and Inc. magazine, which noted the number of employees at Gravity has doubled while the value of payments that the company processes has gone from $3.8 billion a year to $10.2 billion.

    On Tuesday, Price referenced this success in a viral Twitter thread and video that took aim at his conservative critics, particularly Fox.

    6 years ago today I raised my company’s min wage to $70k. Fox News called me a socialist whose employees would be on bread lines.

    Since then our revenue tripled, we’re a Harvard Business School case study & our employees had a 10x boom in homes bought.

    Always invest in people.
    — Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) April 13, 2021

    Since our $70k min wage was announced 6 years ago today:
    *Our revenue tripled
    *Head count grew 70%
    *Customer base doubled
    *Babies had by staff grew 10x
    *70% of employees paid down debt
    *Homes bought by employees grew 10x
    *401(k) contributions grew 155%
    *Turnover dropped in half
    — Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) April 13, 2021

    After our $70k min wage:
    *76% of employees are engaged at work, 2x the national average
    *Customer attrition fell to 25% below nat’l average
    *We expanded to a new Boise office & enacted $70k min wage there
    *Our highest-paid employee makes 4x our lowest-paid employee, down from 33x
    — Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) April 13, 2021

    We started our $70k min wage with about 130 employees in Seattle.

    It worked so well we expanded it to a new Boise office, where the cost of living is lower but people deserve good pay all the same.

    We now have about 200 employees
    — Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) April 13, 2021

    At the start of the pandemic, we lost 55% of our revenue overnight. Our employees were so invested they volunteered to take temporary pay cuts to prevent any layoffs.

    We weathered the storm, paid everyone back and are now giving out raises
    — Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) April 13, 2021

    He also explained what inspired his decision to cut his own salary to $70,000 a year and raise pay for workers, saying the discovery that an employee was secretly working a second job at McDonald’s made him realize he was an “awful CEO.”

    What helped inspire our $70k min wage?

    An employee was secretly working a 2nd job at McDonald’s. It was clear I was an awful CEO who was failing his employees. I gave her a raise to quit that job. No one should have to work two jobs to make ends meet.https://t.co/hrgDYUDXYB
    — Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) April 13, 2021

    I did this as a private business owner. It affected no one but myself (I cut my salary from $1.1M to $70k) - the definition of private enterprise. But what I did was very threatening to them because it disrupts the narrative of “CEOs must be paid 1,000x more than their employees”
    — Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) April 13, 2021

    Con ơi nhớ lấy câu này
    Cướp đêm là giặc cướp ngày là CEO.

 

 

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