The model minority stereotype (1966- ) is how many in America see Asians, what I will call those whose family came to the country from East Asia (though much of this applies to South Asians too). They are seen as doing well in school, not causing trouble and so on.
Although it might seem like a good thing, many Asians hate being seen that way. Because it is not true. Because Asians are just people, not some strange stereotype cooked up in the minds of white people.
To see just how cooked up it is, notice how it is always the opposite of the stereotype for blacks:
|black men||Asian men|
|good at sports||bad at sports|
|do not like to work||hard-working|
|do not care about their children||family-oriented|
|break the law||make little trouble|
|have little education|
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is it time for vigilante justice when dhimmi judges letting go of Muslim criminals that use the “I am muslim i don’t know it was illegal” excuse?.
Muslim abuser who ‘didn’t know’ that sex with a girl of 13 was illegal is spared jail
A muslim who raped a 13-year-old girl he groomed on Facebook has been spared a prison sentence after a judge heard he went to an Islamic faith school where he was taught that women are worthless.
Adil Rashid, 18, claimed he was not aware that it was illegal for him to have sex with the girl because his education left him ignorant of British law.
Yesterday Judge Michael Stokes handed Rashid a suspended sentence, saying: ‘Although chronologically 18, it is quite clear from the reports that you are very naive and immature when it comes to sexual matters.’
Earlier Nottingham Crown Court heard that such crimes usually result in a four to seven-year prison sentence.
But the judge said that because Rashid was ‘passive’ and ‘lacking assertiveness’, sending him to jail might cause him ‘more damage than good’.
Rashid, from Birmingham, admitted he had sex with the girl, saying he had been ‘tempted by her’ after they met online.
They initially exchanged messages on Facebook before sending texts and chatting on the phone over a two-month period.
They then met up in Nottingham, where Rashid had booked a room at a Premier Inn.
The girl told police they stayed at the hotel for two hours and had sex after Rashid went to the bathroom and emerged wearing a condom.
Rashid then returned home and went straight to a mosque to pray. He was arrested the following week after the girl confessed what had happened to a school friend, who informed one of her teachers.
He told police he knew the girl was 13 but said he was initially reluctant to have sex before relenting after being seduced.
Earlier the court heard how Rashid had ‘little experience of women’ due to his education at an Islamic school in the UK, which cannot be named for legal reasons.
After his arrest, he told a psychologist that he did not know having sex with a 13-year-old was against the law. The court heard he found it was illegal only when he was informed by a family member.
In other interviews with psychologists, Rashid claimed he had been taught in his school that ‘women are no more worthy than a lollipop that has been dropped on the ground’.
When Judge Stokes said Rashid ‘must have known it was illegal, unless he was going round with his eyes shut’, defence lawyer Laban Leake said reports suggested Rashid had a ‘degree of sexual naivety’.
‘The school he attended, it is not going too far to say, can be described as a closed community and on this occasion this was perpetuated by his home life.
‘It is not too far to say that he may not have known that having sex with a 13-year-old girl was illegal.’ Judge Stokes sentenced Rashid to nine months youth custody, suspended for two years, along with a two-year probation supervision order.
Describing Rashid, the judge said: ‘He’s had an unusual education, certainly in terms of the sexual education provided. Comparing women to lollipops is a very curious way of teaching young men about sex.’
But he said that Rashid knew what he was doing was wrong.
‘It was made clear to you at the school you attended that having sexual relations with a woman before marriage was contrary to the precepts of Islam,’ he said.
Addressing Rashid, the judge said: ‘I accept this was a case where the girl was quite willing to have sexual activity with you. But the law is there to protect young girls, even though they are perfectly happy to engage in sexual activity.’
are the boys fans of Quentin Tarantino?
A GIRL of nine and her friends were racially abused and attacked – because they didn’t want to have a snowball fight.
Little Andrea Buchanan was punched and kicked and called a n****r after she and her three friends of similar age told a group of boys they didn’t want to play.
Her distraught mother Khalilah Usman fears the racially abusive incident – the second in less than a year for Andrea – will scar her daughter for life.
Andrea, who is in her top set at school in year five, and will sit her GCSE in maths and English before she leaves primary school next year, has written a heart rending letter addressed ‘Dear Conscience’ about her ordeal.
The nine-year-old, who is of of Jamaican and Pakistani heritage, writes: “I wish I could talk to someone to describe how it feels being a young, beaten, black girl. I was terrified when the boys called me a n****r. When I was on holiday last summer girls there called me a black bitch, dirty n****r.”
She adds: “The best person to talk to would be a white person.”
Her three friends, who are all from the same family – Clarissa Smith, also nine, her sister Clariese, 10, and 11-year-old CJ, have also written letters. Clarissa writes|: “It shook us the most to be called a n****r.”
The children were also subjected to sexually explicit verbal abuse. CJ, the only boy in the group, was assaulted for trying to protect his younger sisters and Andrea.
Their attackers are believed to be a group of up to seven boys aged between 11 and 13 of Eastern European origin. West Midlands Police are appealing for witnesses.
Their ordeal happened yards from Andrea’s home in Winson Green, Birmingham, last Friday teatime (January 18) as she and her friends walked to the local chip shop, Kebab Island in Bacchus Road, to collect a food order for Andrea’s mum.
As they waited outside, the boys asked them to have a snowball fight. When they refused, they were attacked and racially abused, all returning home frightened and in tears.
Mum Khalilah, of white and Pakistani heritage, who was brought up in Cardiff and has her own mental scars of enduring racial abuse as a child, added: “The lack of education in these boys is appalling. They have obviously picked up these words of hate from within their families, making them completely intolerant of people from other races.
“Andrea is of mixed heritage with black, white and Asian roots and we always celebrate Vaisakhi, the Reggae Simmerdown in Handsworth Park and the annual arts festival in town. We’re proud of being an educated, racially tolerant family.
“This latest incident is damaging her confidence and crushing her inside. She punched a wall yesterday out of sheer frustration which is totally out of character.”
Khalilah called police immediately after the children returned home and officers were at the house within 20 minutes, but she feels more could be done to find their attackers.
She said: “The police have been given descriptions and told the street where we believe the boys live, but it is being left to us to contact officers if and when we see them again. It would not take a miracle to find them.
“I could have sent out a vigilante group – in fact I am having to hold back friends from trying to find these boys themselves. I feel more could be done.”
Inspector Warren Little, of West Midlands Police told the Voice : “What started as an innocent incident with children throwing snowballs escalated and resulted in two young girls being racially abused.
“We are treating this as a racially aggravated crime. Neighbourhood officers have spoken to the girls’ mothers, have made local inquiries and are continuing to work hard in the area to identify the children responsible and their parents.
“This area of Birmingham is a diverse, vibrant community and this type of incident is very rare. However, it is disturbing to hear this kind of behaviour taking place between children. We would ask anyone who witnessed what happened or knows anything about it to come forward and contact us as soon as possible on the 101 police number.”
ANDREA’S LETTER IN FULL
I hope you understand how I feel about what happened on Friday 18th January 2013.
It doesn’t matter if I’m black because we are all human beings. God made us all to love and care for each other – that’s how you love God.
This is the second time I have been beaten up for being black – two times. One when I was on holiday and was supposed to be enjoying myself, and the second when six or seven Romanian boys were beating me and my mates when we were going to the chippie. Our food was cold because we couldn’t escape from the boys.
On the holiday I was scared to leave my caravan. When I was getting hit by the boys it was . . . it’s speechless to describe when you’re a nine-year-old black girl always getting beaten for being black.
The night we got beaten by the boys I went in the shower and I was washing my hair and found two bruises on my knuckles. Expressing my feelings on a boring piece of paper is hard. I wish I could talk to someone to describe how it feels being a young, beaten, black girl. The best person to talk to would be a WHITE person.
I was terrified when the boys called me a n****r and the girls on holiday called me a black bitch, dirty n****r. I really hope you understand how I feel. I wish I could take the boys back in time and make them a black person, so they feel THE PAIN.”