posted on Apr, 20 2007 @ 03:45 PM
Originally posted by truthseeka
Originally posted by Melbourne_Militia
Envisiging black americans in the bronx is...partly frustration at the spread of "black orientated gang culture" through music videos and the like
that has alot of people fed up in many countries at its influence bad influeneces with the youth of today.
Why are foreigners sooo influenced by "black oriented gang culture?" Do they have a problem thinking for themselves? Besides, I thought people
worldwide hate black Americans, and black people in general?
That there is pretty bogus. You're in Australia, so there's probably many people that believe this in other countries. Blame the black man...just
saying it as it is.
Wow Trutt.. I would not let the preaching of 1 disgruntled racist individual on another thread (now banned) alter your perception of this site..
Just remember man..
There is a difference between disagreeing and openly siding otherwise purly based on ethnicity.
If someone says this is not racist, it is NOT IN YOUR RIGHT TO CALL THAT MEMBER A RACIST.
Period. End of it.
You may think so, but hey, maybe thats just your own fault.. some people perceive this differently. From the translation
given it does not sound "racist" in the sense that they where doing this because of "blacks" but instead black "culture" hip-hop ect...
And yes, black culture - Hip-hop culture.. IS A CULTURE WITH INFLUENCE WORLD WIDE.
The only sad thing is, the black race is represented by this violent, sexist, racist, gang related culture instead of something that would put you in
a better light..
Rap and hip-hop is world wide, in all languages.. this is how you are portraited. Maybe, instead of yelling at people for not seeing this as a big
deal, work to change the image your own brother portrait you in.
BUT.. since you have obviously listened to that disgruntled member now banned, you find any white person with an opposing view racist.
Your racist as well.
Its only a cycle.
"Blame the black man"