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LaughsatYou Post time: 2012-1-25 10:43
For reference I can count Koreans, Japanese, Chileans, Argentinians, Persian, Italian, German, Engli ...
American immigration policies are one of the great examples of her closeness and institutionalized racism. Many Americans believe their nation is open. They even mistake China as the side restricting immigrants and exchange students to the US. The reality is that the US policies institutionally favour people from majority White-race nations.
Countries like China are given the same immigration quota as tiny nations like Iceland, or Switzerland, or Lithuania, or Holland or Belgium. Imagine - China with 1.3 billion people is given the same number of allowable immigrants as Lithuania. Chinese and Indians are singled out. Because they have a lot more people naturally, the Chinese and Indian are not allowed to apply for residency and citizenship for 5 or more years. Anyone from a mostly Caucasian nation, from the UK, Sweden to Australia, is not subject under the same ban or curtail.
This institutionalized close-door policy is the US Visa Bulletin. Do a search on the US Visa Bulletin yourself. I think the unfair close-door policy is a shame, just like the profound racism in US culture.
To make this matter clear, I have drawn an equitable chart showing the number of immigrants. The volume under each line tells the number of immigrants to the US. Europeans lead by absolute numbers - FAR FAR exceeding the number of Chinese. The top blue line is the grand total - "All Countries".
My data is from the US congress. However, they used an "add on" chart which can be quite misleading for those with poor mathematical capabilities.
Notice, there is no Chinese in the chart. It is all Asians combined. Among all Asian immigrants to the US, Filipinos, Vietnamese and even Koreans all far exceed the number of Chinese immigrants allowed.
For those who know mathematics, look at the curve of Europeans vs Asians right after 1981. You see the Asian curve is brutally leveled while the European curve jumped upward. This truthfully reflects the racist US Visa Bulletin that explicitly discriminates Chinese immigrants, to the extend of mathematically changing the natural trend - at the cost the pain and suffering of Chinese immigrants in the US.