White woman unleashes rant at Asian-American serviceman, screams: 'This is not your f**king country!'

The video was shared by Ahn on Facebook last Monday and it has been widely shared on all the major social media platforms since then.


                            White woman unleashes rant at Asian-American serviceman, screams:  'This is not your f**king country!'

In the latest incident of racism in the United States, a white woman launched a racist rant against an Asian-American serviceman while driving and the video has the entire community in the country enraged.

Reports state that a Korean-American member of the Air Force Reserve, James Ahn, was driving in Fremont, California earlier this month when an unidentified woman in another car was caught on a video pulling back her eyes, making a racist face at him. 

The woman, in the clip, can be seen shouting: "This is not your f***ing country," at the serviceman.

The video was shared by Ahn on Facebook last Monday and it has been widely shared on all the major social media platforms since then.

The woman, in the video, can also be heard saying: "This is my country, this is not a Chinese. Oh my god, Chinese ugly." The serviceman, while sharing the video on Facebook, also wrote in the post that he was driving at 35 mph speed limit, however, the woman apparently wanted him to move out of the way.

Ahn wrote: "As I changed the lane, she kept driving towards my car gesturing to crush me and cutting in front of me to slam on the break. I later realized that this was more like a hate crime than a road rage."

Reports state one of Ahn's friends in the back seat of the vehicle recorded the entire exchange in his phone.

Ahn, in a statement, on Thursday said that he was in shock when the incident occurred and decided to not say much. However, he added that he needed to share the clip so that the residents in the are would know to avoid the woman "for their safety," according to Huffington Post.

The servicemen reportedly contacted the police after the incident, however, the spokesperson of Fremont Police Department, Geneva Bosques, told New York Post that the woman spoke with law enforcement officials and claimed that Ahn provoked her into saying the slurs she did. 

Bosques said: "She claims he started it by saying to go back to her country. We didn’t say anything to her. She wouldn’t listen even if I said anything.” 

"We have zero tolerance in the military [regarding] discrimination on or off base," he told Huffpost. 

The spokesperson added that authorities are not taking any action against the woman in the clip. "You could call this hate speech but as horrible as it is — and we clearly don’t condone any of it — it is protected by the First Amendment,” Bosques told the Post. 

"The other piece of this is that these two motorists were driving in traffic yelling at each other and the situation could’ve been worse for other drivers around them," the police department spokesperson added.