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Người Úc kỳ thị người Châu Á và người Việt khi đeo khẩu trang pḥng dịch virus Corona. Cô gái gốc Việt kể chuyện ḿnh và anh trai bị chửi, hất đồ uống vào người, hành hung khi đeo khẩu trang.

Người viết xin dịch status tiếng Anh của Amber Mai:

Hôm nay trên tàu, tôi và anh trai bị hành hung v́ đeo khẩu trang. Gă trai chửi mắng, hất đồ uống vào chúng tôi và đánh tôi sau cuộc căi vă.

Đây không phải là lần đầu tiên tôi rơi vào t́nh cảnh đó. Điều này thật đau ḷng. Tôi luôn nói với gia đ́nh, anh trai những điều tuyệt vời về nước Úc. Đó là lư do cả nhà quyết định để anh trai đến đây học cùng tôi. Anh ấy mới chỉ đến Úc 4 tháng trước và đó là điều tồi tệ anh ấy phải hứng chịu. Tôi cảm thấy xấu hổ.

Điều đáng buồn nhất là dù chúng tôi cố gắng giữ gă trai kia khỏi việc rời khỏi tàu, nhưng không ai có động thái ǵ. Tôi đoán mọi người có thể cũng muốn giúp đỡ ḿnh, nhưng nghĩ rằng chuyện đó không quá nghiêm trọng và họ không chắc điều ǵ vừa xảy ra.


Tôi từng chứng kiến ​​hành vi tương tự với một tài xế châu Á và một cô gái châu Á trên xe buưt. Mọi người có thể nghĩ rằng chuyện đó b́nh thường nên im lặng nhưng tôi đă nhảy vào tranh luận, hoặc ít nhất nói lại. Lư do v́ tôi biết rằng ít nhất nạn nhân sẽ cảm thấy an toàn hơn một chút, rằng ai đó đứng về phía họ, và kẻ kia phải do dự khi định làm điều ǵ quá đáng hơn. Hăy tưởng tượng như rằng nếu anh trai không ở đó với tôi, sẽ có ai khác ngăn gă ta lại.

Dành cho những ai nói rằng chúng tôi nên làm ǵ đó quyết liệt hơn là mong đợi sự giúp đỡ từ người khác. Tôi đă tranh luận với gă ta rằng, tại sao lại nổi nóng và hất đồ uống vào người chúng tôi. Anh trai tôi rất sợ, chỉ có thể ngăn gă ta đánh tôi. Tôi cố xoay sở, đá và đẩy gă ta nhưng không ăn thua v́ nhỏ con hơn. Chúng tôi kêu gọi sự trợ giúp khẩn cấp trên tàu và tài xế đă trả lời nhưng chỉ nh́n từ xa và đến chỗ chúng tôi sau khi gă rời đi. Dù sao, tôi cũng cảm ơn anh ấy v́ ít nhất đă liên lạc với ai đó và cảnh sát rất hiểu rằng đây là vấn đề nghiêm trọng.

Đến thời điểm này, Úc có tổng cộng 709 ca nhiễm nCoV, trong đó 6 người chết. Nhiều người Úc vẫn giữ tâm lư chủ quan và xem bệnh viêm phổi cấp do nCov như cúm vặt.

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    Chỉ nước tư bản là có người ÚC , MỸ , ANH , GIA NĂ ĐẠI... gốc Việt , chứ không có dân VN . Sao không hỏi thân nhân băo lănh về luật kỳ thị ở ÚC..
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