Multiculturalism and Globalism at this point seem to be issues across the planet – it’s just that White nations have incurred the wrath of the Jews and Communists on a level unmatched by the homelands of the lesser races.
But perhaps, and the reactions are definitely worth studying and noting, South Korea was not the best choice for an aspiring Black male model to strut his stuff (even if he is a mongrel according to scientific definitions).
Honestly, you’re dealing with a people that believes any blonde and blue-eyed female in their midst is a Russian prostitute, and a people that oftentimes views workers from neighboring Asiatic countries as subhuman animals – a few of their phrases roughly translate this way.
So based off of this, do you really think an African would fare well?
Teenage male model Han Hyun-min’s long legs and powerful strut have made him a rising star on South Korean catwalks, but his agent knew there would be a problem in the ethnically homogeneous country: he is half black.
Han, 16, has a Nigerian father in a society where racial discrimination is widespread and people of mixed race are commonly referred to as “mongrels”.
“A dark-skinned fashion model like Han was unheard of in South Korea, so recruiting him was a big gamble,” said agent Youn Bum.
Now Han is posing for top glossy magazines as the country’s first black fashion model.
South Korea has for years sought to foster the image of a modern, sophisticated and tech-savvy nation whose pop culture has made waves across Asia.
But behind the facade of an economic and cultural powerhouse lies a deeply-rooted racism – even as its immigrant population creeps up, doubling over the last decade but still only four per cent of the population.
Most foreigners in the country are from China and Southeast Asia, migrant workers or women who marry rural South Korean men unable to find local spouses willing to live in countryside.
Discrimination against them is widespread. Many are openly mocked at public transport for being “dirty” or “smelly”, or refused entry to fancy restaurants or public baths.
Mixed-race children are bullied at school and constantly taunted as “tuigi”, a derogatory term that literally means cross-bred animals.
You know what?
It may sound just a bit harsh, but when a people is set into a world that has gone absolutely insane with social engineering and pseudoscience, viewpoints such as the above are more valuable than a mountain of gold and precious jewels.
In fact, hatred of hybrid creatures is likely rooted in evolutionary biology – a method to preserve healthy genetic selection and the overall well-being of the species.
Han grew up in Seoul. “When I was playing with other kids at school, some mothers whisked them away from me, saying things like, ‘Don’t play with a kid like that’,” he told AFP.
Now let’s be logical here, and ask ourselves if what Han experienced was merely a reaction to a rash of neighborhood Samsung phone thievery.
Very likely according to statistics held constant throughout all areas containing Black enrichment.
He was regularly stared at in public, with an elderly woman once asking him: “What are you doing in someone else’s country?”
“I wanted to become invisible,” he said. “I hated my looks that stand out from everyone else,” he said.
Self-deportation to the land of your father’s ancestors would definitely have been the best option – everyone would have been happy, and I personally would have praised the decision as one of honor and dignity.
The duo were initially stonewalled by designers and magazine editors, some of whom openly dismissed the dark-skinned model as “bad luck” and urged Youn to recruit whites instead.
“Some of them told me, ‘We don’t do dark-skinned models,’ or, ‘For us, non-Korean models mean white models with blue eyes and blonde hair’,” Youn said.
But a handful of designers found Han’s look unique and charismatic, and he hit the runways at more than 30 shows at the two Seoul Fashion Weeks after his debut last year – an unusually high number for a novice.
If we have any Autists reading this piece, perhaps a good project would be to investigate just who exactly is in charge of the designing firms that green-lighted this unnatural endeavor.
My guess is that one will discover at least one Happy Merchant somewhere in the mix, although it has to be mentioned that many East Asians are in fact soulless beings with a love of profit that would make most Jews blush with shock.
The South has a growing number of foreign or multiracial figures on TV and other public sphere – but almost all of them are Caucasians, whose looks are favoured by many South Koreans as “beautiful”.
So beautiful that the majority of South Koreans now receive plastic surgery to create an eye-shape (they remove the double lid) that is Western and not Asiatic in origin.
But I digress…
The story of Han Hyun-min definitely raises many questions, but foremost among them (I think) should be an inquiry as to why South Korea even has a single individual with Negroid ancestry.
In fact, why are there any half-castes in existence anywhere in the world – an existence that mocks the natural order, and the will of God in His decision to create peoples of different blood, different appearance, and different genetics?