By Asians, I mean Asian culture in general. There's a general Asian culture. Respect to elders, culture and the like.
An example would be during the days in the world when being lockdown and being mandated to wear face masks. The Western world, especially America was kinda skeptical towards it. Many even went as far as calling face masks, face diapers which I found less than stellar.
I remember in my Asian country that when the pandemic was running about everyone was reminding everyone to carry a mask and wear one. I for one didn't want to because well try wearing one in stuffy weather. Especially in a place as hot as the Philippines.
But everyone wore one when it was mandated. It wasn't bad at first but it was not as bad as when everyone decided to get the vaccine months before the government mandated it.
Anyway, I understand that Americans are generally skeptical towards government and are libertarian by nature. Asians usually had millenia of cultural respect towards everything but their individuality so I wonder if the idea of libertarianism, should it be introduced and implemented on a wider scale would work.
I'm asking because I believe that since libertarianism is the general ideology of the anti-woke, I must make the effort to believe it no matter what. Lest I be relegated to the back of the room and be left alone again.
I want to understand it not because I believe it's right but because the people on the correct side is on it and I feel completely stupid for not understanding it.