Successful Filipinos in America

Old Aug 21st 2003, 8:24 pm
  #1  
Kayumanggi
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Default Successful Filipinos in America

Tia Carere, Phoebe Kates, and Lou Diamond Philips, are
Filipino-Americans who are top rate Hollywood celebrities.

Even Rob Schneider is half Filipino. In fact, his mother (a Filipina)
played an extra role in his movie "Deuce Bigolow Male Gigolo," in the
scene where Rob Schneider is scheduled to go to a date at a
Filipino-American restaurant. Rob's character thought that the old
lady (Rob Schneider's mother in real life) who's waving at him was his
date. But instead his date was his soon to be (physically impaired
but beautiful) girlfriend. They even ordered a raspberry bibingka.
(Bibingka is a traditional Filipino food or South east asian food)

Dean Devlin the co-producer and co-creator of the movies "Stargate,
Independence Day (Starred by Will Smith), and Godzilla" etc is a
Filipino-American.

In the popular Disney channel TV series "Lizzie Maguire," a
Filipino-American child actress plays Lizzie Maguire's best friend.

Well, even though Lea Salonga grew up in the Philippines, she's doing
just fine in the States.

Whilce Portacio one of the top 3 American comic book illustrators in
the 1990's, coz of revolutionizing the American comic book drawing
style is also a Filipino. Especially with the X-Men comic book
titles. Millions of American comic book fans in the US and around the
world worship him.

The Filipino-Americans mentioned above are examples of the high
success rate of the second generation Filipino-American's integration
to American society.

In Europe, Billy Crawford a pop teen idol in Western Europe is half
Filipino. One of the members of the singing band Sugababe is a
Filipina. Her name is "Mutya." Filipinos are successful in
integrating to Western culture.

There are only about 3 million Filipinos in the States (including the
illegals) very small compared to the White population majority, and
yet the Filipino's positive contributions to America are very
plentiful. Considering the achievements and contributions of the
second generation Filipino-Americans.

But sadly of course, there was also the half Filipino Andrew Cunanan
who murdered Vianni Versace. But I'm glad that mostly,
Filipino-Americans (specially the second geners) have achieved and
contributed great positive things to America. Again, Filipinos are
only numbering 3 million in the States (including the illegals). But
even though the Filipino-American's population is proportionally small
(only 3 million) compared proportionally to the greater White majority
in America, I say, Filipinos have proportionally equaled the positive
achievements and contributions of the greater White majority since
America was born.

First generation Filipino immigrants become essential blue collar
workers in America. And yet the children of these Filipino
immigrants, the second geners grow up to become competitive US
corporate elites. There are Filipino-American second geners not only
serving in the military as generals and colonels, but also in
corporate America. Filipino-Americans also own some of the top 500 US
companies. There are Filipino-American astronauts. Filipino-American
State governor, mayors, and other US political positions. First class
artists, painters, and international fashion designers, a Filipino
invented the Karaoke.

Not bad for a minority only numbering 3 million.

So if ever the Philippines apply to become a US state. Americans
don't have to worry about anything. Some people fear that when the
Philippines becomes the 51st US state, that it will end up as a
welfare state. But again don't worry, remember, there are only 3
million Filipinos in the States and yet they have positively
contributed many things to America. If you compare them
proportionally to the White majority population, they are very much
involved in the US military, corporate America, Academia, Hollywood,
News media, blue collar jobs, etc.

If the Philippines become the 51st state, there's no problem.
Majority of Filipinos will positively contribute to America just as
the 3 million Filipino-Americans are contributing in the States. Most
Filipinos are already somewhat Americanized. Though I admit the
Muslim minority at the southern Philippines are culturally separated
from the Filipino majority. Their Muslim countrymen at the south have
a more warrior like Muslim culture similar to the middle east. But
once the electorate system is implemented in the Philippines, the
politicians will at last develop the Muslim areas, no need for our
Muslim countrymen to whine and rebel.

If the Philippines will not apply for US statehood then the other
option is to install the Jury system, Electorate system, etc in the
Philippines. I hope that someday there will be someone or
organizations qualified or experts in the jury system that will help
promote those systems in the Philippines.

Filipinos in the Philippines just need to have the same leverage as
the 3 Million Filipinos in America have, then the Filipinos in the
Philippines too will succeed and have a prosperous life and achieve
and contribute many great things as the 3 million Filipinos in America
are able to do and have.

Again, the Philippines was doing just fine during the early decades of
independence coz the Asian triad have not yet entered the Philippines.
Corruption is not yet as blown up as it is now. The reason the
Philippines is a screwed up country today is coz it has no Jury System
and it has no Electorate System. Imagine, if the US has no Jury
System, it too will end up bloated with corruption and influence
peddling. And coz the Philippines has no Electorate voting system,
some provinces in the Philippines are neglected by the politicians.
Philippine politicians only meet the needs of areas with high voter
population. Hence, Filipinos in the provinces joined the communist
rebellion movement during the cold war era. Some joined the communist
movement to attain justice that they were deprived of coz the
Philippines has no jury system. Rich and well connected people can
easily bribe and intimidate a single judge. Refugees from those
provinces fled from the cross fire between the Philippine military and
Communist rebels. That's why there are squatters in Manila.
Corruption is not the cause of poverty during the early decades of
independence but coz of the effects of the communist insurgency. And
some rich and influential Filipinos have successfully land grabbed the
ancestral properties of Filipinos coz the Philippines has no Jury
System. That's one of the reasons some Filipinos joined the communist
rebel movement coz of those injustices. But if the Philippines
already has a Jury System, then those Filipinos have no need to join
the communist movement in the first place. There will be no communist
movement in the first place.

[email protected] (Kayumanggi) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > [email protected] (Amer20034) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...

    > Even Filipino-American US soldiers would die for America if need be.
    > In fact, the first case of the three US soldiers stationed at a road
    > checkpoint on Northern Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom, who were
    > killed by an Iraqi suicide bomber, wherein one of those three US
    > soldiers killed was actually a Filipino-American US soldier. And also
    > during Operation Iraqi Freedom, a US supply convoy was hit and
    > captured by Iraqi forces. The captured American POWs were humiliated
    > by the Iraqis by broadcasting their video around the world, showing
    > they are kept in a hospital room. One of the American POWs who is
    > said to be the only American POW captured in Iraq who didn't show a
    > frightened face is a Filipino-American. President W. Bush also
    > personally awarded a Filipino-American US soldier with a Purple Heart
    > while sitting on his wheelchair, for doing his duty on Operation Iraqi
    > Freedom. And during the early months of the year 2001 a US spy plane
    > accidentally collided with a Chinese jet fighter and then made an
    > emergency landing on Chinese territory. The American spy plane's crew
    > were captured and interrogated by the Chinese for about a week. One
    > of that US spy plane's crew is also a Filipino-American.
    >
    > So, you don't have to worry about Filipinos immigrating to the States.
    > It's now proven that Filipinos are successful in integrating to
    > American society. First generation Filipino immigrants may still look
    > and act like 3rd world people and some may temporarily rely on welfare
    > programs, but it's proven that they and their children (the second
    > geners) do grow up as normal genuine Americans and become productive
    > taxpayers. No problem about that. That's what they said about the
    > first generation Irish and Italian immigrants during the 19th and
    > early 20th century. People said that the Irish and Italians are a
    > burden. But the Irish and the Italians have proven that they and
    > their children (second geners) did grow up as genuine Americans and
    > became productive taxpayers too. Again, in most cases, first
    > generation immigrants will still act, behave, and look like what they
    > are when they were still in their country of origin, but the second
    > generation immigrants (their children) will grow up as normal genuine
    > Americans and become productive taxpayers. The pioneers and the
    > European immigrants have gone through that same by generation gradual
    > behavioral integration too. Or in other words, even the pioneers and
    > first generation European immigrants would also look 3rd world in the
    > eyes of present day Americans.
 
Old Aug 22nd 2003, 1:36 am
  #2  
Metahuman
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Your statistics are incorrect.

The 2000 US Census reports that there are 1,850,314 Filipinos in America constituting 0.7 of the
total 2000 US population of 281,421,906.

I hate minority fanatics... they are increasingly obnoxious.


"Kayumanggi" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Tia Carere, Phoebe Kates, and Lou Diamond Philips, are
    > Filipino-Americans who are top rate Hollywood celebrities.
    > Even Rob Schneider is half Filipino. In fact, his mother (a Filipina)
    > played an extra role in his movie "Deuce Bigolow Male Gigolo," in the
    > scene where Rob Schneider is scheduled to go to a date at a
    > Filipino-American restaurant. Rob's character thought that the old
    > lady (Rob Schneider's mother in real life) who's waving at him was his
    > date. But instead his date was his soon to be (physically impaired
    > but beautiful) girlfriend. They even ordered a raspberry bibingka.
    > (Bibingka is a traditional Filipino food or South east asian food)
    > Dean Devlin the co-producer and co-creator of the movies "Stargate,
    > Independence Day (Starred by Will Smith), and Godzilla" etc is a
    > Filipino-American.
    > In the popular Disney channel TV series "Lizzie Maguire," a
    > Filipino-American child actress plays Lizzie Maguire's best friend.
    > Well, even though Lea Salonga grew up in the Philippines, she's doing
    > just fine in the States.
    > Whilce Portacio one of the top 3 American comic book illustrators in
    > the 1990's, coz of revolutionizing the American comic book drawing
    > style is also a Filipino. Especially with the X-Men comic book
    > titles. Millions of American comic book fans in the US and around the
    > world worship him.
    > The Filipino-Americans mentioned above are examples of the high
    > success rate of the second generation Filipino-American's integration
    > to American society.
    > In Europe, Billy Crawford a pop teen idol in Western Europe is half
    > Filipino. One of the members of the singing band Sugababe is a
    > Filipina. Her name is "Mutya." Filipinos are successful in
    > integrating to Western culture.
    > There are only about 3 million Filipinos in the States (including the
    > illegals) very small compared to the White population majority, and
    > yet the Filipino's positive contributions to America are very
    > plentiful. Considering the achievements and contributions of the
    > second generation Filipino-Americans.
    > But sadly of course, there was also the half Filipino Andrew Cunanan
    > who murdered Vianni Versace. But I'm glad that mostly,
    > Filipino-Americans (specially the second geners) have achieved and
    > contributed great positive things to America. Again, Filipinos are
    > only numbering 3 million in the States (including the illegals). But
    > even though the Filipino-American's population is proportionally small
    > (only 3 million) compared proportionally to the greater White majority
    > in America, I say, Filipinos have proportionally equaled the positive
    > achievements and contributions of the greater White majority since
    > America was born.
    > First generation Filipino immigrants become essential blue collar
    > workers in America. And yet the children of these Filipino
    > immigrants, the second geners grow up to become competitive US
    > corporate elites. There are Filipino-American second geners not only
    > serving in the military as generals and colonels, but also in
    > corporate America. Filipino-Americans also own some of the top 500 US
    > companies. There are Filipino-American astronauts. Filipino-American
    > State governor, mayors, and other US political positions. First class
    > artists, painters, and international fashion designers, a Filipino
    > invented the Karaoke.
    > Not bad for a minority only numbering 3 million.
    > So if ever the Philippines apply to become a US state. Americans
    > don't have to worry about anything. Some people fear that when the
    > Philippines becomes the 51st US state, that it will end up as a
    > welfare state. But again don't worry, remember, there are only 3
    > million Filipinos in the States and yet they have positively
    > contributed many things to America. If you compare them
    > proportionally to the White majority population, they are very much
    > involved in the US military, corporate America, Academia, Hollywood,
    > News media, blue collar jobs, etc.
    > If the Philippines become the 51st state, there's no problem.
    > Majority of Filipinos will positively contribute to America just as
    > the 3 million Filipino-Americans are contributing in the States. Most
    > Filipinos are already somewhat Americanized. Though I admit the
    > Muslim minority at the southern Philippines are culturally separated
    > from the Filipino majority. Their Muslim countrymen at the south have
    > a more warrior like Muslim culture similar to the middle east. But
    > once the electorate system is implemented in the Philippines, the
    > politicians will at last develop the Muslim areas, no need for our
    > Muslim countrymen to whine and rebel.
    > If the Philippines will not apply for US statehood then the other
    > option is to install the Jury system, Electorate system, etc in the
    > Philippines. I hope that someday there will be someone or
    > organizations qualified or experts in the jury system that will help
    > promote those systems in the Philippines.
    > Filipinos in the Philippines just need to have the same leverage as
    > the 3 Million Filipinos in America have, then the Filipinos in the
    > Philippines too will succeed and have a prosperous life and achieve
    > and contribute many great things as the 3 million Filipinos in America
    > are able to do and have.
    > Again, the Philippines was doing just fine during the early decades of
    > independence coz the Asian triad have not yet entered the Philippines.
    > Corruption is not yet as blown up as it is now. The reason the
    > Philippines is a screwed up country today is coz it has no Jury System
    > and it has no Electorate System. Imagine, if the US has no Jury
    > System, it too will end up bloated with corruption and influence
    > peddling. And coz the Philippines has no Electorate voting system,
    > some provinces in the Philippines are neglected by the politicians.
    > Philippine politicians only meet the needs of areas with high voter
    > population. Hence, Filipinos in the provinces joined the communist
    > rebellion movement during the cold war era. Some joined the communist
    > movement to attain justice that they were deprived of coz the
    > Philippines has no jury system. Rich and well connected people can
    > easily bribe and intimidate a single judge. Refugees from those
    > provinces fled from the cross fire between the Philippine military and
    > Communist rebels. That's why there are squatters in Manila.
    > Corruption is not the cause of poverty during the early decades of
    > independence but coz of the effects of the communist insurgency. And
    > some rich and influential Filipinos have successfully land grabbed the
    > ancestral properties of Filipinos coz the Philippines has no Jury
    > System. That's one of the reasons some Filipinos joined the communist
    > rebel movement coz of those injustices. But if the Philippines
    > already has a Jury System, then those Filipinos have no need to join
    > the communist movement in the first place. There will be no communist
    > movement in the first place.
    > [email protected] (Kayumanggi) wrote in message
news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > > [email protected] (Amer20034) wrote in message
news:<[email protected]>...
    > > Even Filipino-American US soldiers would die for America if need be.
    > > In fact, the first case of the three US soldiers stationed at a road
    > > checkpoint on Northern Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom, who were
    > > killed by an Iraqi suicide bomber, wherein one of those three US
    > > soldiers killed was actually a Filipino-American US soldier. And also
    > > during Operation Iraqi Freedom, a US supply convoy was hit and
    > > captured by Iraqi forces. The captured American POWs were humiliated
    > > by the Iraqis by broadcasting their video around the world, showing
    > > they are kept in a hospital room. One of the American POWs who is
    > > said to be the only American POW captured in Iraq who didn't show a
    > > frightened face is a Filipino-American. President W. Bush also
    > > personally awarded a Filipino-American US soldier with a Purple Heart
    > > while sitting on his wheelchair, for doing his duty on Operation Iraqi
    > > Freedom. And during the early months of the year 2001 a US spy plane
    > > accidentally collided with a Chinese jet fighter and then made an
    > > emergency landing on Chinese territory. The American spy plane's crew
    > > were captured and interrogated by the Chinese for about a week. One
    > > of that US spy plane's crew is also a Filipino-American.
    > >
    > > So, you don't have to worry about Filipinos immigrating to the States.
    > > It's now proven that Filipinos are successful in integrating to
    > > American society. First generation Filipino immigrants may still look
    > > and act like 3rd world people and some may temporarily rely on welfare
    > > programs, but it's proven that they and their children (the second
    > > geners) do grow up as normal genuine Americans and become productive
    > > taxpayers. No problem about that. That's what they said about the
    > > first generation Irish and Italian immigrants during the 19th and
    > > early 20th century. People said that the Irish and Italians are a
    > > burden. But the Irish and the Italians have proven that they and
    > > their children (second geners) did grow up as genuine Americans and
    > > became productive taxpayers too. Again, in most cases, first
    > > generation immigrants will still act, behave, and look like what they
    > > are when they were still in their country of origin, but the second
    > > generation immigrants (their children) will grow up as normal genuine
    > > Americans and become productive taxpayers. The pioneers and the
    > > European immigrants have gone through that same by generation gradual
    > > behavioral integration too. Or in other words, even the pioneers and
    > > first generation European immigrants would also look 3rd world in the
    > > eyes of present day Americans.
 
Old Aug 22nd 2003, 3:15 pm
  #3  
Jason
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I notice you really take time to think and write this long postings.
But you really sucks, how can you be so narrow-minded. How about the
other minorities, they are also contributing to america, look at the
blacks , latinos, indians, and so on. You have so much wishful
thinking and I've been reading your posts and you're really trying
hard to convince (annoy) NG people. You talk a lot of non-sense.
HAVE A LIFE!!!



[email protected] (Kayumanggi) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > Tia Carere, Phoebe Kates, and Lou Diamond Philips, are
    > Filipino-Americans who are top rate Hollywood celebrities.
    >
    > Even Rob Schneider is half Filipino. In fact, his mother (a Filipina)
    > played an extra role in his movie "Deuce Bigolow Male Gigolo," in the
    > scene where Rob Schneider is scheduled to go to a date at a
    > Filipino-American restaurant. Rob's character thought that the old
    > lady (Rob Schneider's mother in real life) who's waving at him was his
    > date. But instead his date was his soon to be (physically impaired
    > but beautiful) girlfriend. They even ordered a raspberry bibingka.
    > (Bibingka is a traditional Filipino food or South east asian food)
    >
    > Dean Devlin the co-producer and co-creator of the movies "Stargate,
    > Independence Day (Starred by Will Smith), and Godzilla" etc is a
    > Filipino-American.
    >
    > In the popular Disney channel TV series "Lizzie Maguire," a
    > Filipino-American child actress plays Lizzie Maguire's best friend.
    >
    > Well, even though Lea Salonga grew up in the Philippines, she's doing
    > just fine in the States.
    >
    > Whilce Portacio one of the top 3 American comic book illustrators in
    > the 1990's, coz of revolutionizing the American comic book drawing
    > style is also a Filipino. Especially with the X-Men comic book
    > titles. Millions of American comic book fans in the US and around the
    > world worship him.
    >
    > The Filipino-Americans mentioned above are examples of the high
    > success rate of the second generation Filipino-American's integration
    > to American society.
    >
    > In Europe, Billy Crawford a pop teen idol in Western Europe is half
    > Filipino. One of the members of the singing band Sugababe is a
    > Filipina. Her name is "Mutya." Filipinos are successful in
    > integrating to Western culture.
    >
    > There are only about 3 million Filipinos in the States (including the
    > illegals) very small compared to the White population majority, and
    > yet the Filipino's positive contributions to America are very
    > plentiful. Considering the achievements and contributions of the
    > second generation Filipino-Americans.
    >
    > But sadly of course, there was also the half Filipino Andrew Cunanan
    > who murdered Vianni Versace. But I'm glad that mostly,
    > Filipino-Americans (specially the second geners) have achieved and
    > contributed great positive things to America. Again, Filipinos are
    > only numbering 3 million in the States (including the illegals). But
    > even though the Filipino-American's population is proportionally small
    > (only 3 million) compared proportionally to the greater White majority
    > in America, I say, Filipinos have proportionally equaled the positive
    > achievements and contributions of the greater White majority since
    > America was born.
    >
    > First generation Filipino immigrants become essential blue collar
    > workers in America. And yet the children of these Filipino
    > immigrants, the second geners grow up to become competitive US
    > corporate elites. There are Filipino-American second geners not only
    > serving in the military as generals and colonels, but also in
    > corporate America. Filipino-Americans also own some of the top 500 US
    > companies. There are Filipino-American astronauts. Filipino-American
    > State governor, mayors, and other US political positions. First class
    > artists, painters, and international fashion designers, a Filipino
    > invented the Karaoke.
    >
    > Not bad for a minority only numbering 3 million.
    >
    > So if ever the Philippines apply to become a US state. Americans
    > don't have to worry about anything. Some people fear that when the
    > Philippines becomes the 51st US state, that it will end up as a
    > welfare state. But again don't worry, remember, there are only 3
    > million Filipinos in the States and yet they have positively
    > contributed many things to America. If you compare them
    > proportionally to the White majority population, they are very much
    > involved in the US military, corporate America, Academia, Hollywood,
    > News media, blue collar jobs, etc.
    >
    > If the Philippines become the 51st state, there's no problem.
    > Majority of Filipinos will positively contribute to America just as
    > the 3 million Filipino-Americans are contributing in the States. Most
    > Filipinos are already somewhat Americanized. Though I admit the
    > Muslim minority at the southern Philippines are culturally separated
    > from the Filipino majority. Their Muslim countrymen at the south have
    > a more warrior like Muslim culture similar to the middle east. But
    > once the electorate system is implemented in the Philippines, the
    > politicians will at last develop the Muslim areas, no need for our
    > Muslim countrymen to whine and rebel.
    >
    > If the Philippines will not apply for US statehood then the other
    > option is to install the Jury system, Electorate system, etc in the
    > Philippines. I hope that someday there will be someone or
    > organizations qualified or experts in the jury system that will help
    > promote those systems in the Philippines.
    >
    > Filipinos in the Philippines just need to have the same leverage as
    > the 3 Million Filipinos in America have, then the Filipinos in the
    > Philippines too will succeed and have a prosperous life and achieve
    > and contribute many great things as the 3 million Filipinos in America
    > are able to do and have.
    >
    > Again, the Philippines was doing just fine during the early decades of
    > independence coz the Asian triad have not yet entered the Philippines.
    > Corruption is not yet as blown up as it is now. The reason the
    > Philippines is a screwed up country today is coz it has no Jury System
    > and it has no Electorate System. Imagine, if the US has no Jury
    > System, it too will end up bloated with corruption and influence
    > peddling. And coz the Philippines has no Electorate voting system,
    > some provinces in the Philippines are neglected by the politicians.
    > Philippine politicians only meet the needs of areas with high voter
    > population. Hence, Filipinos in the provinces joined the communist
    > rebellion movement during the cold war era. Some joined the communist
    > movement to attain justice that they were deprived of coz the
    > Philippines has no jury system. Rich and well connected people can
    > easily bribe and intimidate a single judge. Refugees from those
    > provinces fled from the cross fire between the Philippine military and
    > Communist rebels. That's why there are squatters in Manila.
    > Corruption is not the cause of poverty during the early decades of
    > independence but coz of the effects of the communist insurgency. And
    > some rich and influential Filipinos have successfully land grabbed the
    > ancestral properties of Filipinos coz the Philippines has no Jury
    > System. That's one of the reasons some Filipinos joined the communist
    > rebel movement coz of those injustices. But if the Philippines
    > already has a Jury System, then those Filipinos have no need to join
    > the communist movement in the first place. There will be no communist
    > movement in the first place.
    >
    > [email protected] (Kayumanggi) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > > [email protected] (Amer20034) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    >
    > > Even Filipino-American US soldiers would die for America if need be.
    > > In fact, the first case of the three US soldiers stationed at a road
    > > checkpoint on Northern Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom, who were
    > > killed by an Iraqi suicide bomber, wherein one of those three US
    > > soldiers killed was actually a Filipino-American US soldier. And also
    > > during Operation Iraqi Freedom, a US supply convoy was hit and
    > > captured by Iraqi forces. The captured American POWs were humiliated
    > > by the Iraqis by broadcasting their video around the world, showing
    > > they are kept in a hospital room. One of the American POWs who is
    > > said to be the only American POW captured in Iraq who didn't show a
    > > frightened face is a Filipino-American. President W. Bush also
    > > personally awarded a Filipino-American US soldier with a Purple Heart
    > > while sitting on his wheelchair, for doing his duty on Operation Iraqi
    > > Freedom. And during the early months of the year 2001 a US spy plane
    > > accidentally collided with a Chinese jet fighter and then made an
    > > emergency landing on Chinese territory. The American spy plane's crew
    > > were captured and interrogated by the Chinese for about a week. One
    > > of that US spy plane's crew is also a Filipino-American.
    > >
    > > So, you don't have to worry about Filipinos immigrating to the States.
    > > It's now proven that Filipinos are successful in integrating to
    > > American society. First generation Filipino immigrants may still look
    > > and act like 3rd world people and some may temporarily rely on welfare
    > > programs, but it's proven that they and their children (the second
    > > geners) do grow up as normal genuine Americans and become productive
    > > taxpayers. No problem about that. That's what they said about the
    > > first generation Irish and Italian immigrants during the 19th and
    > > early 20th century. People said that the Irish and Italians are a
    > > burden. But the Irish and the Italians have proven that they and
    > > their children (second geners) did grow up as genuine Americans and
    > > became productive taxpayers too. Again, in most cases, first
    > > generation immigrants will still act, behave, and look like what they
    > > are when they were still in their country of origin, but the second
    > > generation immigrants (their children) will grow up as normal genuine
    > > Americans and become productive taxpayers. The pioneers and the
    > > European immigrants have gone through that same by generation gradual
    > > behavioral integration too. Or in other words, even the pioneers and
    > > first generation European immigrants would also look 3rd world in the
    > > eyes of present day Americans.
 
Old Aug 22nd 2003, 3:35 pm
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    >Subject: Successful Filipinos in America
    >From: [email protected] (Kayumanggi)
    >Date: 8/22/03 4:24 AM Eastern Daylight Time
    >Message-id: <[email protected] >
    >Tia Carere, Phoebe Kates, and Lou Diamond Philips, are
    >Filipino-Americans who are top rate Hollywood celebrities.
    >Even Rob Schneider is half Filipino. In fact, his mother (a Filipina)
    >played an extra role in his movie "Deuce Bigolow Male Gigolo," in the
    >scene where Rob Schneider is scheduled to go to a date at a
    >Filipino-American restaurant. Rob's character thought that the old
    >lady (Rob Schneider's mother in real life) who's waving at him was his
    >date. But instead his date was his soon to be (physically impaired
    >but beautiful) girlfriend. They even ordered a raspberry bibingka.
    >(Bibingka is a traditional Filipino food or South east asian food)
    >Dean Devlin the co-producer and co-creator of the movies "Stargate,
    >Independence Day (Starred by Will Smith), and Godzilla" etc is a
    >Filipino-American.

What the hell brought this on???
 
Old Aug 22nd 2003, 8:49 pm
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"metahuman" <@metavirus.net> wrote in message news:<9%o1b.7970$Qy4.7047@fed1read05>...
    > Your statistics are incorrect.
    >
    > The 2000 US Census reports that there are 1,850,314 Filipinos in America constituting 0.7 of the
    > total 2000 US population of 281,421,906.
    >
    > I hate minority fanatics... they are increasingly obnoxious.

Yes, but there's a speculation there might be more than the official
figures. So, by doubling the official figures, I hope to make a safe
estimation.

Well, we can't blame the millions and millions of fanatics around the
world. Coz Rob Schneider is very funny like in his recent movie "The
Hot Chick." And fanatics around the world also love hot chicks like,
Tia Carere, Phoebe Kates, and the girl band Sugababes. And Lou
Diamond Philips acted pretty well in movies like, "LaBamba" and "Young
Guns," etc. And there's also the American comic book fanatics who
love great art and stories. So, no wonder these people have fans.
 
Old Aug 22nd 2003, 9:05 pm
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[email protected] (jason) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > I notice you really take time to think and write this long postings.
    > But you really sucks, how can you be so narrow-minded. How about the
    > other minorities, they are also contributing to america, look at the
    > blacks , latinos, indians, and so on. You have so much wishful
    > thinking and I've been reading your posts and you're really trying
    > hard to convince (annoy) NG people. You talk a lot of non-sense.
    > HAVE A LIFE!!!

Whether minority or majority, regardless of race, gender, age,
religion, ideology, sexual preference, etc, I wish them all success
and prosperity.
 
Old Aug 22nd 2003, 9:51 pm
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I think idiot is a better description of you than fanatic.

"Kayumanggi" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > "metahuman" <@metavirus.net> wrote in message news:<9%o1b.7970$Qy4.7047@fed1read05>...
    > > Your statistics are incorrect.
    > >
    > > The 2000 US Census reports that there are 1,850,314 Filipinos in America constituting 0.7 of the
    > > total 2000 US population of 281,421,906.
    > >
    > > I hate minority fanatics... they are increasingly obnoxious.
    > Yes, but there's a speculation there might be more than the official
    > figures. So, by doubling the official figures, I hope to make a safe
    > estimation.
    > Well, we can't blame the millions and millions of fanatics around the
    > world. Coz Rob Schneider is very funny like in his recent movie "The
    > Hot Chick." And fanatics around the world also love hot chicks like,
    > Tia Carere, Phoebe Kates, and the girl band Sugababes. And Lou
    > Diamond Philips acted pretty well in movies like, "LaBamba" and "Young
    > Guns," etc. And there's also the American comic book fanatics who
    > love great art and stories. So, no wonder these people have fans.
 
Old Aug 23rd 2003, 7:53 am
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Non-sense again. You stupid, clueless, idiot! Keep your thoughts with
you and don't blow it up too much. I can tell your going insane ,
consult psychiatrist, you really need help...

[email protected] (Kayumanggi) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > [email protected] (jason) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > > I notice you really take time to think and write this long postings.
    > > But you really sucks, how can you be so narrow-minded. How about the
    > > other minorities, they are also contributing to america, look at the
    > > blacks , latinos, indians, and so on. You have so much wishful
    > > thinking and I've been reading your posts and you're really trying
    > > hard to convince (annoy) NG people. You talk a lot of non-sense.
    > > HAVE A LIFE!!!
    >
    > Whether minority or majority, regardless of race, gender, age,
    > religion, ideology, sexual preference, etc, I wish them all success
    > and prosperity.
 
Old Aug 23rd 2003, 9:03 pm
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[email protected] (jason) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > Non-sense again. You stupid, clueless, idiot! Keep your thoughts with
    > you and don't blow it up too much. I can tell your going insane ,
    > consult psychiatrist, you really need help...

Recommend me a Filipino shrink or a Filipino-American shrink?
 
Old Aug 24th 2003, 8:58 pm
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Most of us admire people without thinking much of their racial
background. With Blacks like Michael Jordan, Oprah Winfrey, Tyra
Banks. Jim Carrey from Canada. The Beatles from Britain. Carlos
Santana, Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin. Lucy Liu, Bruce Lee, Jacky
Chan, Jet Li. Arnold Schwartzenegger from Austria. Pat Morita from
Japan. And Korean descended Jim Lee a very popular American comic
book illustrator. And many other groups of people and minorities. We
also admire in non-minority categories, Bill Gates, Thomas Edison,
Neil Armstrong. And as we remember, The 3 Stooges, I Love Lucy,
Charlie's Angels, Linda Carter (Wonder Woman), David Hasselhoff
(Knight Rider), etc etc.
 
Old Aug 24th 2003, 8:59 pm
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Robin Williams' wife is a Filipina. You know, Robin Williams who
starred as Peter Pan on the movie "Hook" opposite Dustin Hoffman
playing as Captain Hook. And who starred in films like "Mrs.
Doubtfire" and "What Dreams May Come," etc.
 
Old Aug 25th 2003, 2:52 am
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Yeah who doesnt love ****ing the "little brown ****ing machines"?

"Kayumanggi" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Tia Carere, Phoebe Kates, and Lou Diamond Philips, are
    > Filipino-Americans who are top rate Hollywood celebrities.
    > Even Rob Schneider is half Filipino. In fact, his mother (a Filipina)
    > played an extra role in his movie "Deuce Bigolow Male Gigolo," in the
    > scene where Rob Schneider is scheduled to go to a date at a
    > Filipino-American restaurant. Rob's character thought that the old
    > lady (Rob Schneider's mother in real life) who's waving at him was his
    > date. But instead his date was his soon to be (physically impaired
    > but beautiful) girlfriend. They even ordered a raspberry bibingka.
    > (Bibingka is a traditional Filipino food or South east asian food)
    > Dean Devlin the co-producer and co-creator of the movies "Stargate,
    > Independence Day (Starred by Will Smith), and Godzilla" etc is a
    > Filipino-American.
    > In the popular Disney channel TV series "Lizzie Maguire," a
    > Filipino-American child actress plays Lizzie Maguire's best friend.
    > Well, even though Lea Salonga grew up in the Philippines, she's doing
    > just fine in the States.
    > Whilce Portacio one of the top 3 American comic book illustrators in
    > the 1990's, coz of revolutionizing the American comic book drawing
    > style is also a Filipino. Especially with the X-Men comic book
    > titles. Millions of American comic book fans in the US and around the
    > world worship him.
    > The Filipino-Americans mentioned above are examples of the high
    > success rate of the second generation Filipino-American's integration
    > to American society.
    > In Europe, Billy Crawford a pop teen idol in Western Europe is half
    > Filipino. One of the members of the singing band Sugababe is a
    > Filipina. Her name is "Mutya." Filipinos are successful in
    > integrating to Western culture.
    > There are only about 3 million Filipinos in the States (including the
    > illegals) very small compared to the White population majority, and
    > yet the Filipino's positive contributions to America are very
    > plentiful. Considering the achievements and contributions of the
    > second generation Filipino-Americans.
    > But sadly of course, there was also the half Filipino Andrew Cunanan
    > who murdered Vianni Versace. But I'm glad that mostly,
    > Filipino-Americans (specially the second geners) have achieved and
    > contributed great positive things to America. Again, Filipinos are
    > only numbering 3 million in the States (including the illegals). But
    > even though the Filipino-American's population is proportionally small
    > (only 3 million) compared proportionally to the greater White majority
    > in America, I say, Filipinos have proportionally equaled the positive
    > achievements and contributions of the greater White majority since
    > America was born.
    > First generation Filipino immigrants become essential blue collar
    > workers in America. And yet the children of these Filipino
    > immigrants, the second geners grow up to become competitive US
    > corporate elites. There are Filipino-American second geners not only
    > serving in the military as generals and colonels, but also in
    > corporate America. Filipino-Americans also own some of the top 500 US
    > companies. There are Filipino-American astronauts. Filipino-American
    > State governor, mayors, and other US political positions. First class
    > artists, painters, and international fashion designers, a Filipino
    > invented the Karaoke.
    > Not bad for a minority only numbering 3 million.
    > So if ever the Philippines apply to become a US state. Americans
    > don't have to worry about anything. Some people fear that when the
    > Philippines becomes the 51st US state, that it will end up as a
    > welfare state. But again don't worry, remember, there are only 3
    > million Filipinos in the States and yet they have positively
    > contributed many things to America. If you compare them
    > proportionally to the White majority population, they are very much
    > involved in the US military, corporate America, Academia, Hollywood,
    > News media, blue collar jobs, etc.
    > If the Philippines become the 51st state, there's no problem.
    > Majority of Filipinos will positively contribute to America just as
    > the 3 million Filipino-Americans are contributing in the States. Most
    > Filipinos are already somewhat Americanized. Though I admit the
    > Muslim minority at the southern Philippines are culturally separated
    > from the Filipino majority. Their Muslim countrymen at the south have
    > a more warrior like Muslim culture similar to the middle east. But
    > once the electorate system is implemented in the Philippines, the
    > politicians will at last develop the Muslim areas, no need for our
    > Muslim countrymen to whine and rebel.
    > If the Philippines will not apply for US statehood then the other
    > option is to install the Jury system, Electorate system, etc in the
    > Philippines. I hope that someday there will be someone or
    > organizations qualified or experts in the jury system that will help
    > promote those systems in the Philippines.
    > Filipinos in the Philippines just need to have the same leverage as
    > the 3 Million Filipinos in America have, then the Filipinos in the
    > Philippines too will succeed and have a prosperous life and achieve
    > and contribute many great things as the 3 million Filipinos in America
    > are able to do and have.
    > Again, the Philippines was doing just fine during the early decades of
    > independence coz the Asian triad have not yet entered the Philippines.
    > Corruption is not yet as blown up as it is now. The reason the
    > Philippines is a screwed up country today is coz it has no Jury System
    > and it has no Electorate System. Imagine, if the US has no Jury
    > System, it too will end up bloated with corruption and influence
    > peddling. And coz the Philippines has no Electorate voting system,
    > some provinces in the Philippines are neglected by the politicians.
    > Philippine politicians only meet the needs of areas with high voter
    > population. Hence, Filipinos in the provinces joined the communist
    > rebellion movement during the cold war era. Some joined the communist
    > movement to attain justice that they were deprived of coz the
    > Philippines has no jury system. Rich and well connected people can
    > easily bribe and intimidate a single judge. Refugees from those
    > provinces fled from the cross fire between the Philippine military and
    > Communist rebels. That's why there are squatters in Manila.
    > Corruption is not the cause of poverty during the early decades of
    > independence but coz of the effects of the communist insurgency. And
    > some rich and influential Filipinos have successfully land grabbed the
    > ancestral properties of Filipinos coz the Philippines has no Jury
    > System. That's one of the reasons some Filipinos joined the communist
    > rebel movement coz of those injustices. But if the Philippines
    > already has a Jury System, then those Filipinos have no need to join
    > the communist movement in the first place. There will be no communist
    > movement in the first place.
    > [email protected] (Kayumanggi) wrote in message
news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > > [email protected] (Amer20034) wrote in message
news:<[email protected]>...
    > > Even Filipino-American US soldiers would die for America if need be.
    > > In fact, the first case of the three US soldiers stationed at a road
    > > checkpoint on Northern Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom, who were
    > > killed by an Iraqi suicide bomber, wherein one of those three US
    > > soldiers killed was actually a Filipino-American US soldier. And also
    > > during Operation Iraqi Freedom, a US supply convoy was hit and
    > > captured by Iraqi forces. The captured American POWs were humiliated
    > > by the Iraqis by broadcasting their video around the world, showing
    > > they are kept in a hospital room. One of the American POWs who is
    > > said to be the only American POW captured in Iraq who didn't show a
    > > frightened face is a Filipino-American. President W. Bush also
    > > personally awarded a Filipino-American US soldier with a Purple Heart
    > > while sitting on his wheelchair, for doing his duty on Operation Iraqi
    > > Freedom. And during the early months of the year 2001 a US spy plane
    > > accidentally collided with a Chinese jet fighter and then made an
    > > emergency landing on Chinese territory. The American spy plane's crew
    > > were captured and interrogated by the Chinese for about a week. One
    > > of that US spy plane's crew is also a Filipino-American.
    > >
    > > So, you don't have to worry about Filipinos immigrating to the States.
    > > It's now proven that Filipinos are successful in integrating to
    > > American society. First generation Filipino immigrants may still look
    > > and act like 3rd world people and some may temporarily rely on welfare
    > > programs, but it's proven that they and their children (the second
    > > geners) do grow up as normal genuine Americans and become productive
    > > taxpayers. No problem about that. That's what they said about the
    > > first generation Irish and Italian immigrants during the 19th and
    > > early 20th century. People said that the Irish and Italians are a
    > > burden. But the Irish and the Italians have proven that they and
    > > their children (second geners) did grow up as genuine Americans and
    > > became productive taxpayers too. Again, in most cases, first
    > > generation immigrants will still act, behave, and look like what they
    > > are when they were still in their country of origin, but the second
    > > generation immigrants (their children) will grow up as normal genuine
    > > Americans and become productive taxpayers. The pioneers and the
    > > European immigrants have gone through that same by generation gradual
    > > behavioral integration too. Or in other words, even the pioneers and
    > > first generation European immigrants would also look 3rd world in the
    > > eyes of present day Americans.
 
Old Aug 25th 2003, 8:29 pm
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"TheWanderer" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>.. .
    > Yeah who doesnt love ****ing the "little brown ****ing machines"?

In a pure romantic context or in a non-malicious true love context, I
say, indeed, a lot of guys in love agree with you.
 

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