Asian-American Claims to Be a ‘White Supremacist’ Who ‘Loves White Boys’ on YouTube
As racially and culturally divided as America seems to be in 2017, nothing yet is perhaps more bizarre and conflicted than Ling Anderson, an Asian American who champions White supremacy on YouTube and compares himself to disgraced Alt-right personality Milo Yiannopoulos on Twitter.
Needless to say, the majority of the content beyond this point is extreme, racist, and disturbing.
On his Twitter, Anderson, who is based in New York, describes himself as half-Chinese and half-Japanese, adding “Also have two Eurasian half sisters. I have awoken from the liberal nightmare.” On his YouTube page, he writes:
“Despite of being raised by my white step dad, and living in America for over 18 years, I still speak with a heavy accent. I blame my Chinese mother for that!”
His YouTube videos generally promote White supremacy, his “love of white boys,” and neo-Nazism. In his latest video, titled “never back down when being accused of being a racist,” Anderson gives his advice on how to defend racism. With two confederate flags draped behind him, he says, “Never ever back down when you are accused of being a racist. As a rule, you should always double down on it, always double down … And if someone else is accused of being a racist, you should ask yourself, what can I do to be more racist than that guy,” as he raises a copy of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf”, plays a Nazi march in the background, and throws up a Nazi salute.
Unsurprisingly, he bashes interracial marriage. He is very vocal on his particular hatred of Asian men. In one video, he seems baffled why any Asian woman would choose to marry a “beta” Asian man, saying, “Honestly, I don’t know how any Asian men in America can live with themselves without becoming gay. I don’t know.”
Equally bizarre, Anderson proclaims his love for white boys while holding a sign for the camera that reads “I love white cock”. However, in another video, he claims to be a trans-woman, saying, “I am a proud Asian woman, and a feminist, and if you keep on mislabelling my gender, you are going to home in ambulance, you got that, you stupid sexist?”
Other titles of his videos include:
“interracial marriages are disgusting and should be banned”
“Trump is Hitler, anyone who voted for Trump is nazi, so … “
“I rather live in a white ethno-state than this diversity hellhole”
“Dear White people, you have the right to be proud of your own race”
In the end, it’s more sad than anything to watch Anderson, who clearly has deeply-rooted identity issues, vent about his fascist values and loneliness.