Race Of Devil


Race Of Devil Essay, Research Paper

"The white race is a race of devils created by their maker to do evil, and

make evil appear as good; The white race is the natural unchangeable enemy of

the black man, who is the original man, owner, maker, cream of the planet

earth." This paragraph is taken from Soul on Ice written by Eldridge

Cleaver. I think that the white race is not just the enemy of black men. It is

even the enemy of immigrants. Although America is supposed to be a melting pot,

immigrants seem like a problem in many peope’s eyes. I was born in Hong Kong.

Before I came to this country, I thought the U.S was the most beautiful country

in the world. I thought people always had freedom and joy in their life in

America. But my imagination is not the same as in the real world. People always

stare at you when you are a different colors. Especially if you are Chinese, you

are segregated from others. Foreigners are always discriminated against by black

and white men. How would you feel if someone threw cookies at you because you

were Chinese in the subway? How would you feel if someone told you that you

cannot sit there because of your race? I wanted to be an American, but they just

did not give me a chance, or even a chance to sit next to them. It was my first

day of school in America. The school was called New Utrecht. I did not even know

how to pronounce it on my first day. Although that school was a little bit

smaller than my secondary school in my country, I also felt proud of it. It was

because I could try to become an American student. The first thing I had to do

on my first day was to go to see my adviser. She was a very nice lady that

helped me in New Utrecht. "Americans are nice." This was what I

thought at that time. " It is time to go to your first class now." She

said. Therefore she led me the way to my first class, a history class. I looked

through the window on the door and I did not see any Asian students in there. I

was afraid to sit in the classroom. It was not because it was my first day, I

just seemed isolated. I knocked on the door several times. The teacher opened

the door and asked " May I help you?" Therefore I told him that I was

a new student. Then he let me in and he pointed to a seat just in front of his

desk. When I looked at the other students, they stared at me without a word.

After class the teacher held on to me and said, "If you do not understand

what I lectured, talk to me each time after class. Okay?" Then I said I

appreciated that. It happened in my all the classes. I just felt I was

segregated and isolated from other students. "Ring?ring?ring? "

It was the lunch hour. I went to the cafeteria which was on the top floor of the

building. Students were separated in three groups, black, white and Asian. I

followed the category and sat in the Asian group. Suddenly, there were

french-fries thrown in the air. There were several white students throwing their

lunch on Asian students. Those Asian students just sat there without any

response. Other Chinese students just never had a word. Then white students

began to laugh and cheer. They liked that they had won the war. Security guards

just stayed there silent. Asian students were treated like slaves or even like

animals. Those 40 minute lunch hours just took too long. This was the first time

I really felt discriminated against. And it really was very bad. The United

States is supposed to be a melting pot, but that melting pot is boiling over

with racism, prejudice, intolerance, and ignorance. People are classified by

skin color. The Chinese should live in China town. Black people should live in

the Bronx and Queens. White should live in Long Island and Manhattan. That’s

what people always think. I really agree with what was written in the Soul on

Ice. The white race is a race of devils. White people think that they are

dominant over the other colors. However, the Black Power Movement tried to put

an end to the shame of humiliation of being black. But do you think that they

really can get rid of it in real life? How about Asians? Do you think that they

also need a movement like black people had before? I don’t think so. The United

States is heaven, which is full of freedom, joy, and a better life. Behind it is

the hell of colored people, no matter where you came from. I think that whatever

you do for the race is useless, because people are classified by their colors.

Even the law stated that there is no discrimination in America. But it is just a

statement that no one obeys. The United States is a white devil wearing a mask

which shows you freedom and joy. But you never know what is behind it.

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