In China,Einstein who famously once described racism as “a disease of white people” describes " how the “Chinese don’t sit on benches while eating but squat like Europeans do when they relieve themselves out in the leafy woods" https://t.co/D0ekM8218k — news_sense (@owhy3) June 13, 2018
In China,Einstein who famously once described racism as “a disease of white people” describes " how the “Chinese don’t sit on benches while eating but squat like Europeans do when they relieve themselves out in the leafy woods" https://t.co/D0ekM8218k
Lindsay Burrell: And Shakespeare allowed Dowries to be used to sell women as chattel: disgusting... His view was reflective of the world in which he lived: the times he lived in. Stop supplanting original conext with 21st Century sensibilities in an attempt to generate a reaction. 791 Likes
Linda Gafkowski: People need to stop comparing historical figures from today's perspective. 394 Likes
Keith Stoddart Keith Stoddart: Don't know about other races but global Chinese rule would be a pity for dogs and animal welfare in general. 132 Likes
Kenneth McKlinski: View it from today’s lens - there are billions of Chinese people compared to the rest of the worlds population. Should one race spread around the world to supplant the others? Colonialism by numbers, something the world will have to be mindful of in a future with an uncertain climate and dwindling resources. 49 Likes
Conor Duggan: I think that if any of us visited China at that time we may have felt the same way. Things were pretty rotten in many countries back then and worse in the 30s.
爱因斯坦在他的时代是进步的， 用他的只言片语来变相论证种族主义的合理性才是别有用心。 有几个人可以保证自己的一些想法在一百年后不会被子孙认为是糟泊？