The testimonies collected on r/Hapas are some of the saddest literature I have ever read. These personal narratives taken from a diverse set of sources, spanning from as early as 2001 to the present, really bring home the struggle of being Hapa. While I have mainly focused on Eurasian male issues, there are many heart-wrenching stories of Eurasian women being abused. While all these voices independently came to their own conclusions, when collected together in r/Hapas they all point in a single direction supporting a single narrative. The Eurasian race is a tragic mulatto race. I have never come across a race, so embewed with pure misery. When I read all the stories on r/Hapas, it becomes impossible for me to believe that Eurasian problems are my personal problems. No these are the problems of our race.
I recommend that everyone go through the links on r/Hapas. SEML has only been my personal voice. The lives of all Eurasians should be heard. The misery of the Hapa race is beyond words. But these brave souls have tried to put it into words. Some of their autobiographies are far worse than my own. I feel for these lost souls. It seems Eurasians were put on this Earth, by their WMAF parents just to suffer. Honestly, when you read WMAF comments online, its no mystery how their sons end up the way they do. And of course the White Dad is going to be abusive towards his Eurasian daughter. Since she is a different race from him. What good is having a hot Eurasian daughter for other men to enjoy? So I’m not surprised there are so many stories of Eurasian women being abused by both their white dads and Asian moms.
Eurasians have not coalesced into a concrete movement yet. These wailings in the wind are still disjointed and autonomous. This is why r/Hapas has performed a crucial task in bringing many of these stories together. I’m sure there are many other Hapa horror stories online that have not yet been discovered. And exponentially more Hapa tales of tragedy that are carried in emotional scars but never spoken of, much less shared.
Seeing all this Hapa suffering has reminded me that I’m not alone. And I hope that all my Hapa readers get the same message. If we were ever to coalesce together, we could be a powerful force. Our numbers are small. But no one is in a better position to stand up for justice, than us. After all, at its core level, this conflict is often between us and our own parents. Certainly many of the testimonies at r/Hapas spoke to intense parental conflict. There are so many Eurasians out there, who just feel like worthless garbage. And if I can shine a light on just a few of them, for my readers, I will have helped them. Many Eurasians have come to the same conclusions I have, but have not yet found their way to this blog. Hapas the most unhappy people on Earth. r/Hapas is a Museum of Suffering.