posted on Jan, 12 2008 @ 12:48 AM
The question is whether or not the person referred to was an actual Canadian, as in someone who was born and raised in Canada.
I'm tired of Blacks trying to dictate the words we use to describe others.
I've been called a redneck, a grit, a coonass (despite my Norwegian, Scotch-Irish heritage) a honky, a gringo, a blue-eyed devil, and many worse
terms making reference to my race and my ethnic background.
None of these terms cause me to become apoplectic or indignant enough to cause a scene or get the media involved.
Some of these terms when used disrespectfully do not please me, but that's between me and the offender.
As long as we knuckle under to these race-hustlers who constantly play the race card, we will gradually lose our right to free speech.
"Minorities" always act like crybabies when someone, even inadvertently uses a a so-called racial slur, while these very same people use racial and
other slurs in public and in their "art" with the intent of intimidating those around them.
It's high time we collectively said enough is enough.
[edit on 2008/1/12 by GradyPhilpott]