posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 01:56 PM
reply to post by Aquin
You're very naive. It's not your fault though. You weren't born with a scarlet letter on your head AKA being born black. You think people don't
call Will Smith the "n" word? The first thing people see is your race not your style of dress. Ever seen a white lady grab her purse when a very
well dressed black man gets in the elevator? It does not matter much how you dress. The OP is paranoid. He needs to look up some statistics and calm
down. No, I'm not going to post the stats here, God gave you a brain too, use it. I am not going to do your thinking for you. Right now some folks
are panicking because we have our first non-white prez, their fear is disgusting, They think so primitively...pathetic. BTW these same people will
vehemently deny ever thinking America would end if Brock does do a good job. LOL Yes I think we should be honest, we're not all the same we are
different. One cannot make generalizations though...we're not ants we are individuals. We are different and equal. We all have our strengths and
weaknesses, individually. How people find time to hate people of other races is amazing to me. The last person who was a jerk to you, were they of a
different race? There is so much to find fault with in your own race that you should not have any room left in your heart for hating any other race.
This goes for everyone. Unless you're perfect don't judge anyone else.
PS since I've been here (USA) I've noticed more racist behaviour from blacks than from whites...make of that what you will but I don't think it
helps their cause.
Sonya16, you must have had a negative experience with Nubians, judging from your obvious dislike of them. If I am wrong let me know. However is it not
silly for you, an otherwise intelligent person to judge an entire race of people based upon your experiences with less than 1% of a subgroup ( because
African-Americans are different from Trinidadians for example) of those people?
Also if you don't mind, can you tell me a little about your negative experiences?