Croydon: Raymond Riesco Gallery Raymond Riesco (1877-1964) was a British Solicitor who collected stamps as well as Roman, Anglo-Saxon and Chinese works of art and
Such an infantile attitude surely lays the long-term foundation for the next appalling crime committed by a Chinese person living in the West. Only the strict application of logic and reason will extract the Chinese diaspora from this quagmire of racism, and this process requires a ruthless deconstruction of ALL racist narratives.
When faced with this wall of cultural exclusion, the non-White mothers are ‘forced’ to form a group of their own for safety and security, well aware that neither they (nor their children) are considered ‘equal’ by the White majority mothers (the White mothers falsely view this behaviour as being a product of the non-White mothers not being willing to ‘mix’).
As a consequence, the George Cross and the Union Jack flags are symbols of English racism, nationalism and hate. Like the Nazi German swastika of WWII, these flags denote a very clear ‘belonging’ and ‘exclusion’. As English (British) nationalism has its basis in race-hate and racial segregation, it is in fact a form of ‘National Socialism’, or ‘Nazism’.
The created and the uncreated
Are like water and its waves.
‘Master Xu Yun, who has inspired, and continues to inspire many, entrusted Charles Luk to take the Ch’an Dharma into the West through the translation of Chinese texts. Master Xu Yun use to very carefully choose the people he entrusted with vital work, for all his compassion, he did not suffer fools (although he continuously forgave them), and used his wisdom to see into the future and understand the karmic effects of certain actions in the present. Master Xu Yun chose many different people for many varying tasks, but it was Charles Luk that he gave the very important task of translating Chinese texts into reliable English.’