What is at the root of the disparaging and hateful comments hurled by Miss Germany at the winner of the 2015 Miss Universe Contest?
It came as no surprise to me for that Miss Germany, Sarah-Lorraine Riek, told reporters that none of her fellow global beauty queens voted for the 2015 Miss Universe winner, Miss Philippines Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach. Reik went on to say that Wurtzbach did not deserve to win.
Most Germans will not publicly admit their Aryan disposition toward “Purity of race” and Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach is of Filipino-German descent; that flies in the face of those who internally nurture an Ayran mindset.
A similar scenario was played out when Ariana Miyamoto became the first biracial person to represent Japan in this Miss Universe contest. That is a remarkable achievement in a nation which is one of the most homogeneous societies on Earth. A year earlier, she had turned down an invitation to compete when she learned that no biracial person had ever entered the Miss Universe-Japan pageant, let alone won. She changed her mind after a close friend who was half-Caucasian committed suicide only days after they discussed problems confronting mixed-race Japanese.
Do you see the connection? Racial homogeneity is defined as: The absence of multiple ethnic groups; hence, only a single ethnic group. Germany systematically exterminated those persons they believed to be diluting their culture/race. During the Holocaust by way of genocide, the murder of hostages, reprisal raids, forced labor, “euthanasia,” starvation, exposure, medical experiments, and terror bombing, and in the concentration and death camps, the Nazis murdered at least 20,946,000 persons; some accounts put the number at 31,595,000 people. It took hundreds of thousands of Germans working in every avocation to facilitate the extermination of 31 million persons. Needless to say, people knew and believed what they were doing was protecting their race/culture.
And Japan? Between 1937 (the Rape of Nanjing) and 1945, the corollary to the time-frame of the Nazi Holocaust, falls far short of the actual numbers killed by the Japanese war machine. If you add, 2-million Koreans, 2-million Manchurians, Chinese, Russians, many East European Jews (both Sephardic and Ashkenazy), and others killed by Japan, the total of Japanese victims is more like 10-million to 14-million. Is it any wonder why Germany and Japan were the Axis Powers of World War II?
And if you think that one generation removed from that segment of history has erased their racial homogeneity mindset…you are living in a fantasy world. The recent events during, surrounding, and leading up to, the Miss Universe contest tells the story.
If I was a refugee fleeing the Middle East, I would avoid Germany like the plague. And Japan? The prime minister, Shinzo Abe said, “Japan must improve the living standards of its own people before it can consider accepting refugees.” When you read, “Its own people” think racial homogeneity or Holocaust; whichever comes first.