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如果我能在3月27日的“亚裔行动日”上演讲!

萧生客 萧参客 2021-03-27

作者:林伟雄

美国华人应当如何应对这个周末(3月27日周六)将要发生的“亚裔行动日”? 

我认为最好的反应是能够自动向主办方提出希望在大会中讲话!


如果我能在3月27日的亚裔行动日演讲,下面会是我的讲稿(中文稿在后):


If I were a speaker at a rally on 3/27, here is what I will say:

I thank the organizers for an event to recognize the anger many in the Asian American communities are feeling regarding injustices Asian Americans are experiencing. I am thankful that I am in the US where when we perceive injustice, we have the constitution-protected right to speak out, even if it is against the powerful, even if against what is in vogue. I think this right is especially appreciated by Asian Americans who immigrated here from nations where that right doesn’t exist, where speaking against the powerful can get you beaten or jailed, or even killed. We must be vigilant to protect this right so it is not taken from us again.


The trigger of such outrage was certainly the horrific mass shooting in Atlanta last week claiming the lives of 8 victims, 6 of whom being Asians, but that is not the only thing. As many who will be speaking today undoubtedly will point out, that there had been many more violent crimes committed against Asian Americans over the last few months. But the frustration and anger were not only about being victims of crimes, but more so about the lack of justice afterwards – perpetrators are not brought to just punishment, and those in power paying disproportionally little attention.


While many legislators, government executives and community leaders are here to express support for the Asian community, I would like to point out that your actions will speak more loudly than your words today. Your action is what you do when you discharge your official duty – what laws you pass as legislators, how you carry out the laws as executive branch officials. Yet, regretfully, this is where Asians often face the worst discrimination!


Violent crimes go up when law enforcement is reduced.  I want to express my gratitude to the law enforcement officers here helping maintain the safety of the event. Without them, the event may not be safe. And the increase in violent crimes affect everyone in the community, including the Asian Americans. Many of the attacks on the members of the Asian community were random attacks, robbery of small businesses and burglaries of homes. The most powerful way to deter crime against Asians is not words to draw applause in a rally, but apprehension and prosecution of criminals to the fullest extent of the law.  The lack of law enforcement leads to increase in crime. It is the interest of the Asian community to see our police force adequately funded and given all the tools to carry out their duties. I want to ask all the legislators here to commit to legislations that empower rather than hamstring the law enforcement. That is something you know you can do.


I want to make it very clear that Asian Americans do not ask to be treated as a victim group requiring special protection, nor a favored group with special privileges.  We ask to be treated as full and equal Americans, here to participate in building this great nation while pursuing our dreams we couldn’t do even back in our birth places where we lived with people of the same skin color.  With that background, we cherish even more the ability to freely build on and reap the fruits of our inspirations, talents and labors like everyone else. There had been grave injustices in this extent, back in the days when Chinese labors came to build the rail road. I am thankful that many people had fought before our generation so we enjoy equalities for much of last 30 years.


One of the values that help Asian Americans to be successful contributors to the wealth of the nation is the great emphasis placed on education of the youth. But there are increasing threat against that very core value of just reward for labor that propelled the success of the Asian community. Outstanding applicants to universities, government agencies and other major employers are often rejected because Asians are “overrepresented” in the particular fields or institutions. Such rules are discriminatory against Asians. The state legislature attempted to overturn I-200 as recently as 2019, and if not for the successful effort of R-88, I-1000 would have codified such discriminative practices. 


The Biden administration DOJ removed support for our cases against Harvard and Yale on equality. That doesn’t go with their promise of support for the Asian community. For Washington state legislators, I ask you, why are you standing here to vow support for Asians, and yet at the same time voted to pass bills like SB5228 which would make it harder for students of Asian descent to be admitted into medical schools or other privileged schools? Each Asian applicant gets there by his/her own talents and hard work and shouldn’t be deprived because of skin color.


For a long time, Asians were naïve about the political process, and equated lip service as true support. Not any more. We will be watching how you vote in legislations which affect our safety, opportunities and values, and that is how we decide who truly respect the contributions of Asian Americans to the society.


Last but not least, I want to address the Asian American community. Being treated as full and equal Americans isn't just about how others treat us, but also how we treat ourselves. The order of these two words can be misunderstood because of our cultural custom. In the Asian culture, the family name is placed first to indicate it comes first. And that, unfortunately, is how Asian Americans tend to view our own identities. But in American culture, the family name is placed at the end, indicating the inclusive and conclusive nature of that identity. American is the family name for Asian Americans. No matter what adjective placed in front, we are more than anything else, Americans. When we fight for justice for Asian Americans, we should be fighting for justice for All Americans. When we strive for success for Asian Americans, we should be striving for success for All Americans. When we pray to God in heaven for blessings on All Americans, we will receive our share as Asian Americans. May God bless you all.


我感谢组织者举办这次活动,让许多亚裔社区能表达出对亚裔美国人所经历的不公正待遇所感到的愤怒。我很庆幸自己身处美国,当我们感受到不公正的时候,我们有受宪法保护的权利,即使是反对强权,即使是反对时下流行的东西,我们也能说出自己的看法。我想这种权利对于从没有这种权利的国家移民到这里的亚裔美国人来说尤其重要,在那里,对强权说话可能会被打、被关,甚至被杀。但我们必须提高警惕,保护这项权利,以免它再次被剥夺。


引起这种愤怒的导火索当然是上周发生在亚特兰大的可怕的大规模枪击事件,夺去了8名受害者的生命,其中6名是亚裔,但这不是唯一的事情。正如许多今天要发言的人无疑会指出,在过去的几个月里,针对亚裔美国人的暴力犯罪事件还有很多。但是,人们的愤怒不仅仅对于罪恶本身,更多的是事后缺乏正义的结果--犯罪者没有受到公正的惩罚,而当权者也没有给予过多的关注。


当许多议员、政府行政人员和社区领袖在这里表达对亚裔社区的支持时,我想指出,你们的行动比你们今天的言语更有说服力。你们的行动就是你们在履行公务时的所作所为--作为立法者通过什么法律,作为行政部门的官员如何执行法律。然而,令人遗憾的是,威胁亚裔的歧视往往最严重是在这些地方!


首先,执法力度减少,暴力犯罪就会上升。我要感谢在座的执法人员,帮助维护活动的安全。如果没有他们,活动可能不会安全。而暴力犯罪的增加影响到社区的每一个人,包括亚裔美国人。许多针对亚裔社区成员的袭击事件都是随机袭击、抢劫小生意和入室盗窃。威慑亚裔犯罪最有力的方法不是在集会上用语言来吸引掌声,而是在法律允许的范围内抓捕和起诉犯罪分子。执法不严会导致犯罪率上升,危害亚裔,而亚裔社区的利益,是希望看到我们的警队有足够的经费和所有的工具去执行他们的职责。我想请在座的所有立法者承诺制定立法,赋予执法部门权力,而不是束缚执法部门。你们知道你们可以做到这一点。


我想非常清楚地表明,美籍亚裔人士并不要求被当作需要特别保护的受害者群体,也不要求被当作拥有特权的受宠群体。我们要求被视为完全和平等的美国人,在此参与建设这个伟大的国家,同时追求我们的梦想。这梦想即使在我们出生的地方,我们与相同肤色的人生活在一起,我们也无法做到。因为这样的背景,我们更加珍惜我们能够像其他人一样自由地建立和收获自己的灵感才华和劳动成果之地-美国。在这个程度上,早在中国劳工来修铁路的时候,就有过严重的不公正。我很感激很多人在我们这一代之前就已经奋斗过,所以我们在过去30年的大部分时间里都享有平等。


亚裔美国人之所以能够成为国家财富的成功贡献者,其中一个原因是对下一代教育的重视。但是,这个推动亚裔社区成功的核心价值--劳动的公正回报--正受到越来越多的威胁。大学、政府机构和其他主要雇主的优秀申请者往往因为亚裔在特定领域或机构中 "比例过高 "而被拒绝。这种规定是对亚裔的歧视。


拜登政府司法部取消了对我们在平等问题上对哈佛和耶鲁的案件的支持, 这与他们支持亚裔社区的承诺不符。我所在的华州立法机构最近在2019年就试图推翻I-200,如果不是R-88的成功努力,I-1000将把这种歧视性变成法律。华盛顿州的议员们,我想问你们,为什么你们站在这里信誓旦旦支持亚裔,却同时投票通过SB5228这样的法案,让亚裔学生更难进入医学院或其他学校?每个亚裔申请者都是靠自己的天赋和努力获得的,不应该因为肤色而被剥夺。


长久以来,亚裔对政治进程很天真,把口头上的支持等同于真正的支持。但现在不会了。我们将关注你们在影响我们安全、机会和价值的立法中如何投票,这也是我们决定谁真正尊重亚裔美国人对社会的贡献的方式。


最后, 但同样重要的话是对亚裔美国人说的。作为一个完全而平等的美国人,不仅仅是别人如何对待我们,也是我们如何对待自己。由于我们的文化习俗,这两个词的顺序可能会被误解。在亚洲文化中,姓氏被放在第一位,以表示它是第一位的。而不幸的是,美国亚裔往往是这样看待我们自己的身份的,首先是亚裔,然后才是美国人。但在美国文化中,姓氏被放在最后,表示这个身份的包容性和结论性。美国人是亚裔美国人的姓氏。不管前面放什么形容词,我们更重要的身份是美国人。当我们为亚裔美国人争取正义的时候,我们应该是为所有美国人争取正义。当我们为亚裔美国人争取成功时,我们应该为所有美国人争取成功。当我们向天上的上帝祈求对全美国人的祝福时,我们就会得到我们作为亚裔美国人的那份祝福。愿上帝保佑你们。


后记

满城都轰动起来。众人拿住与保罗同行的马其顿人该犹和亚里达古,齐心拥进戏园里去。保罗想要进去到百姓那里,门徒却不许他去。-- 徒19:29-30

教会(保守派)应当如何应对这个周末(2021年3月27日)会发生的“亚裔日行动”? 一方面我们看得出来,挑动这个背后是诸多激进左派的势力,他们希望把亚裔变成第2波的黑命贵运动,进而打击保守派势力。

华人教会请不要参加3月27日的“亚裔行动日”!-- 转自生命季刊的文章:https://m.creaders.net/blog/d/400633
——提醒华人基督徒和教会牧长远离这次活动。按照肤色划分的“种族”本身就是“伪概念”,是基于进化论的谎言

但另一方面参与这个运动很多的亚裔并没有深究,很多时候也不愿意深究。毕竟我们生长在这个以示威表示义愤和力量的时代。他们情绪被挑动时只能看到谁是表面上的盟友,当我们脱离了这个战场的时候,我们就把我们能够参与改变亚裔想法的路子给堵死了。


最好反应- 如果能够自动向主办方提出希望在大会中讲话,并且在大会上讲话揭露真相,至少是引导民众有正确的反应。- 需要我们的牧者有胆识,并且能够在这种场合把该说的话说的清楚,不是抱着对参与者的敌意,而是要把真理和真相阐明。如果我们无法参与,也许可以通过在群里发声的方式,引导我们的同胞思想,真要让亚裔在美国能够平安度日,我们应该向立法机构争取一些什么。因为毕竟多数在这个时候走上街头的人并不是因为他们认同左派隐藏的邪恶目的,而是因为他们真正认为亚裔在这受到不平,而应该被政府所重视,或者通过立法的方式,使这些待遇得到改善。


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