Malicious Migrants, are like cockroaches. They come from hidden areas in other countries seeking money and well being in rich countries. However, they are not interested in working. They are interested in robbing the weak and even raping women in countries that have accumulated wealth and have become soft in terms of their protective and police efforts.
In videos taken in China, we see a Brit attacking a helpless woman and trying to rape her.
This type of behavior is atypical for a Brit, but the foreigners who come to China seeking pleasure are the bottom of the barrel in their home country.
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All countries, no matter how rich and how well educated, have scum that accumulates, like that found in the process of making fine wine. Frequently this scum is recognized and controlled in the home country. Then, like cockroaches, they seek another environment where they can carry out nefarious practices until they are caught.
Today, with cell phone videos and social media and the internet, this recognition comes along rapidly.
Here is an excerpt of an article in the Wall Street Journal depicting the attack by the Brit and the response by the Chinese Government:
“But much of that goodwill has been erased in recent days thanks to the wide circulation online of a video that appears to show a foreigner caught in the middle of sexually assaulting a Chinese woman. In the video, uploaded on Wednesday and viewed more than 10 million times on Chinese video site Youku (warning: disturbing content), the foreigner is pulled away from the woman, scuffles briefly with a Chinese man and is later shown lying motionless in the street, where he is hit and kicked again before police arrive.
“In a notice later posted on Sina Weibo, Beijing police said the foreigner in the video, a Briton traveling in China on a tourist visa, had “acted indecently” toward the woman after drinking and had been detained pending an investigation. Sina Weibo users subsequently flooded the post with comments, many of which accused the police of trying to soft-pedal the incident.”
Not all visitors to China are disreputable. Many try to help Chinese citizens who are suddenly the victims of disastrous circumstances.
Here is an excerpt of two visitors who tried to help Chinese citizens who were caught in dangerous conditions:
“The clean-up campaign arrives in the midst of a heated discussion among Chinese social media users about the way foreigners comport themselves in the country. Last week, the stories of two foreigners – one an American who bought French fries for a homeless woman in the city of Nanjing, the other a Brazilian man who was badly beaten by a trio of thieves after trying to stop a woman from having her bag pickpocketed in Dongguan – spread quickly online as Chinese Internet users engaged in a round of soul-searching over the belief that Good Samaritans in China are in relatively short supply.”
“A similar discussion took place late last year after a foreign tourist, 34-year-old Uruguayan Maria Fernanda, jumped into Hangzhou’s West Lake to save a drowning woman as dozens of Chinese onlookers stood idly by.”
We can see that “Malicious Migrants” are not the only people visiting China. In any group, there is always the good and the bad. However, the Bad Migrants get more attention from the public and the government than the good.
Since bad humans are dangerous, especially to the helpless, the reaction to them is always fierce. The Chinese Government will now review all visitors to China.
The Chinese public is in favor of this. Here is another excerpt demonstrating the reactions of the average citizen:
“I raise both hands and both feet in support of clearing out illegal foreigners: Send that foreign trash rolling back to where they belong,” wrote a Sina Weibo user posting under the handle Wenfeng Qingluo, one of many who complained that the China had become a destination for people with poor prospects in their home countries.
“Others made an explicit connection between the clean-up campaign and the Briton in the video, with many posting screenshots of the suspect standing over the woman.”
“To be sure, there were some skeptical voices, including one user posting under the name Big Two Hundred, who quipped that as soon as illegal foreigners are chased out, “there will be more opportunities for Chinese thugs.”
Migrants wherever they go must comport themselves better than the indigenous citizens. If they fall into the class of the “Malicious Migrant” they automatically ruin the reputation and well being of their compatriots who are in the country seeking work or education. China, which is a dictatorship, can easily control the people who enter its borders.
In the USA or Europe, however, there is no effective governmental control. As a consequence, Malicious Migrants are everywhere.