Black hair, slanting yellow skin, Australian host dismissed for publishing insult to China

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 Black hair, slanting yellow skin, Australian host dismissed for publishing insult to China


What did he say? Cameron, co-host of Outsiders on October 30, described the Chinese as black hair, squint eyes and yellow skin, according to the Guardian on October 2.

The left is Cameron (RossCameron).

Cameron spoke in defense of allegations that China was trying to infiltrate Australias intelligence network.

Chinese civilization is the oldest civilization in the world, and it will not disappear, he said. China has 1.4 billion people, one sixth of the worlds population. And they are learning English. If you go to Shanghai Disneyland any morning of the week, you will see 20,000 black-haired, squinted, yellow-skinned Chinese desperately trying to squeeze into Disneyland and enjoy and embrace all aspects of Western culture.

The video clip was then put on social media and caused controversy. Craig Emerson, Australias former labor minister, lashed out at Sky News for continuing to support Cameron. Advertisers including Qantas have also been under pressure to give up sponsorship of the media.

On Tuesday, Australian Sky News official Twitter issued a statement by Paul Whittaker, the director, announcing that Cameron had been fired and apologizing for it. I have informed Cameron today that his contract with Sky News has been terminated, Whitaker said in a statement. The statement also said that Sky News is committed to intense discussions and debates, but such comments are totally unacceptable, not only on any of our platforms, but also in modern Australian society. The statement also apologized to all those who were hurt and offended by Camerons remarks. Meanwhile, the program was also removed from the sky news station on the same day. The Guardian said Cameron told 2GB on Friday afternoon that he was willing to apologize for the remark and described it as inappropriate. I think this is not appropriate, it could have done better, but it is definitely a failure for me. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More exciting, please log on to the World Wide Web at http://www.huanqiu.com Author: Ding Jieyun Responsible Editor: Li Hang_BJS4645

On Tuesday, Australian Sky News official Twitter issued a statement by Paul Whittaker, the director, announcing that Cameron had been fired and apologizing for it. I have informed Cameron today that his contract with Sky News has been terminated, Whitaker said in a statement. The statement also said that Sky News is committed to intense discussions and debates, but such comments are totally unacceptable, not only on any of our platforms, but also in modern Australian society. The statement also apologized to all those who were hurt and offended by Camerons remarks.

Meanwhile, the program was also removed from the sky news station on the same day.

The Guardian said Cameron told 2GB on Friday afternoon that he was willing to apologize for the remark and described it as inappropriate. I think this is not appropriate, it could have done better, but it is definitely a failure for me.