Skinner: First Time US Has Non-Caucasian Great Power Competitor


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May 1, 2014
1. State Department official this week controversially invoked race as a contributing factor for China being an unprecedented threat to the U.S.

Kiron Skinner, the State Department's director of policy planning, said at the Future Security Forum that challenging "the long-term threat" of China is difficult because the country is "not Caucasian" and there is also a lack of diversity in U.S. foreign policy circles. The comments come as concerns over espionage, both traditional and economic, have seen Chinese academics and other citizens report problems obtaining visas and racial profiling in the U.S...


After reading Skinner's laughable racial-focused comments, one netizen remarked sarcastically: "This is the first time I see a black Caucasian."

2. If the "black Caucasian" were to wander alone, especially in a White area, she may suffer the same fate as George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who died after begging a white cop to stop crushing his neck with his knee in Minneapolis on 25 May 2020.

White supremacists are not colour-blind. They can distinguish between a "black Caucasian" and a "white Caucasian".

As one protester said in a video clip: "We treat animals better than we treat black lives in this country and at times in the state of Minnesota and it's completely unconscionable."

3. If the "black Caucasian" were to run for presidency one day, she may be told to "go back" by a white supremacist presidential candidate -- just like what had happened to four Democratic congresswomen of colour (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ayanna Pressley, and Ilhan Omar who came to the US as a refugee aged 12).