Trump's "go home" remarks are rampant in US and other White-majority countries

Jun 2013
1. After US President Donald Trump told four US congresswomen of colour to "go back" to the countries "from which they came", some Americans have been sharing their own experiences of hearing that kind of language....

His remarks have sparked condemnation in the US and abroad. UK Prime Minister Theresa May said they were "completely unacceptable".....

2. "America, love it or leave it," was a popular bumper sticker, and a phrase spoken by many US lawmakers. With such a rampant racist remark among many US lawmakers, what sort of "values" can those Hong Kong traitors hope to bring back from the congressional hearing? Racism? If they say something unflattering about America, the US lawmakers will certainly tell them to "go home" at once. Maybe they can invite Trump to be the next Chief Executive of Hong Kong if he fails to be reelected in 2020.

Many Hongkongers emigrated to North America and Australia in 1996. Racism in those countries has become so rampant that even the natives or aborigines are told by the Caucasians to "go home". Moreover, Chinese (regardless of origin) are always looked with suspicion in those countries.

Some Hong Kong rioters are holding dual passports. They returned to Hong Kong after finding that the "pasture" there is not as "green" as they have thought. While they were in North America or Australia, did they ever try to fight hard against racial discrimination? Did they ever try to change their "new homes" in their “image of utopia” just like God created mankind in his own image?

Of course, if they ever try to be “funny” like what they are doing in Hong Kong now, they would be told at once to "go home" or "love it or leave it". :)
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Dec 2018
Tempe, AZ
"Go home applies to ILLEGALS!!! Not legal immigrants. Vast majority of Americans agree with this, and frankly vast majority of law abiding citizens of most any country would agree too.

You are really out in left field on this one! :rolleyes: