Dude I agree with you and I love the facts you brought in. I always kinda suspected, but most my Asian friends I haven't been super close to so I never got too big a vibe. Ask a Hispanic how they feel about black people though lol 19 times out of 20 they'll say the most vocally racist stuff. While I know there's a lot of black on white racism, I've never actually dealt with it personally. I more just get white people being anti white and telling me to stick to my race and not say anything offensive because I am white.
Yeah, Asians do not especially like White people, and I'm saying that as a white guy with lots of Asian and Indian friends. There seems to be a quasi-fetish for whites. They have a bunch of skin whitening creams and stuff to make themselves as pale as possible. They don't like Whites though; they just spent money trying to look whiter and then claim they're super proud of being their ethnicity. I've never had any white people tell me to stick to my own race, except for my brother. I can't tell if he's serious or not though... the guy definitely has a distaste for hispanics and generally finds minorities who aren't Christian and wealthy to be a problem. But again, it really DOES come down to money with him...
"There seems to be a quasi-fetish for whites. They have a bunch of skin whitening creams and stuff to make themselves as pale as possible"Well.. to he fair for "oriental" Asians in the past lighter skin was thought to be of a higher social class or sign of wealth. Their ideology is that if the person isn't tanned then they must not have to do physical labor so they want lighter pale skin.
Asians can be pretty racist I agree but I don't think it's fair to say they are the MOST racist. There's a lot of variation within Asians too. For example patterns are different between North and South Chinese or Japanese or Thai. Furthermore in Europe Eastern countries tend to be more racist than Western countries. Making racism purely a race thing is itself a rather racist undertaking...
@iFarted yes, that is true!
I mean how were Nazi ideologies purely a business arrangement? Last I checked Nazis were white too. You may be only talking about the Brits but I still think you're kind of stretching it. How were segregation policies post slavery in any way economic? Just saying...
Ah by stick to my own I more meant like, not to appropriate. Or say stuff they think people of color won't like. Sjw type. But ya
Yeah or like the KKK. How is that a business arrangement? Anyways blah.
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I'm so sorry that happened to you...That is so wrong..
@PonyCarGirl98 😅 it's ok. I think it happened for a reason 😃
I agree. I see every knew person the same. Someone I don't wanna deal with cuz I'm anti social lol. But I mean more from what you know, who in your experience has been more racist seeming. Personally for me it's Hispanics against black people and white people against white people.
I see little difference in terms of intensity, though the style differs.Back in the Philippines, we tend to automatically spercieve anything from abroad (even people) as superior. But I only started noticing racism (against Chinese, in this case) after the Chinese Communist Party's government in Beijing decided to claim the South China Sea & all that's in it as theirs, even some of our islands. Then, the PH Internet started to get filled with things ranging from the ridiculous (ex. everything from the Chinese is fake: goods, food, smiles, friendships, etc.) to outright calls for outright genocide ("The only good Chinese is a dead Chinese, so let's make them all good!!"). While this toned-down, COVID-19 resurrected it, though it doesn't seem to be as bad as at the beginning of the outbreak. This is still used as a political tool by the Opposition against Pres. Duterte, who is trying to re-frame Manila-Beijing issues into a disagreement between friends, so there's room for give & take on both sides, without the risk of losing-face, instead of insisting on a win-lose situation where complying with Manila's wants means humiliating defeat for Beijing, a sure guarantee they will never comply. To paint his tactic as bad, Sinophobia is still used, like Russophobia in the U. S.Here in the U. S., I try to stay away from the Black-White problem, since it's their problem and it's dangerous to jump in between 2 people fighting. But given that we Asians & Asian-Americans in the U. S. only make 5-6% of the Union's total population, I find that most anti-Asian racism isn't necessarily due to malice but sheer ignorance on how to live with us. A good number of times, when people deal with me, it's like they're meeting their 1st Asian aver. But, there are some odd behaviors I've also noticed, as well as some hostile acts, though very rarely have I encountered them.
To me it's Hispanics tbh