Racists. I Just flat out tell people I'm a racist.. IM NOT RACIST BUT being aware of the fact that people from other countries often have very different cultures, and thus acts differently from us is not racist.
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#1 - tallywacker (05/24/2013) [+] (29 replies)
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IM NOT RACIST BUT being aware of the fact that people from other countries often have very different cultures, and thus acts differently from us is not racist. Denying it is just pure ignorance.
There are also generic differences, Hong Kong has an average IQ of 107, while Equatorial Guinea has 59. Grow up people.
#7 - evilbastard (05/24/2013) [+] (4 replies)
#45 - deathcampforjewtie (05/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I'm not racist but recycling is important.
I'm not racist but recycling is important.
#40 - alucord (05/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I'm not racist but, Norway had a GDP of 485,416 million US dollars in 2011
I'm not racist but, Norway had a GDP of 485,416 million US dollars in 2011
#37 - baconfattie ONLINE (05/25/2013) [-]
Everyone is at least a little racist. It's human nature to ally with those that look like you, speak like you, behave like you.

What angers me the most, is when people think only whites can be racist. The most racist I've ever known are mostly non-white.
User avatar #38 - captainfuckitall (05/25/2013) [+] (43 replies)
I am racist

As a matter of fact, I am REALLY racist

HOWEVER, I am not prejudice. And there is a difference.

You see, racism is the simple belief that people are different from one another based upon race, whether smarter, stronger, better adapted, or what-have-you. Prejudice is believing that you (or anyone) is fundamentally 'better' because of race, sex, creed, or any type of thing based on the sole principle of them having it in the first place

It works the exact same way with thinking about dog-breeds and different traits they all share, down to intelligence or physical ability. And everyone who thinks dogs can be different based upon their breed is just as racist as I am
#35 - galkawhm (05/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
You're a little bit racist!
While you're a little bit too!
I guess were both just a bit racist.
Admitting it is not an easy thing to do.
But I guess it's true.
Between me and you I think,
Everyone's a little bit racist sometimes~
#17 - captainreposty (05/25/2013) [+] (23 replies)
Anyone has the right to attack and ridicule an idea; and that's all a religion is: an idea.
Attacking someone because of their race is, however, racism.

The thing with religion is, and especially Islam, that those who have been indoctrinated now believe they are of the same race.

So either Islam, which forces its believes to either convert the world or kill them, is THE most racist thing going, or attacking it is not racist.
I believe that is isn't racist to call every single Islamic preacher innately evil, on account that they are telling children that non-Muslims and women are inherently inferior to themselves, and they must be converted or killed.
That seems to me to be pretty damn evil.

The fact that they enforce their views that women are inherently inferior and thus should not receive the same education or the same voting rights, or even the right to be seen in public, on their citizens is a very strong evil indeed.

But we must not forget about Christianity, Judaism, and Hinduism.
Hinduism is based on the view that peasants are inherenty inferior and therefore must do all the work for the elite class. Does that seem to imply that all people are born free and equal?
Christianity, the original (may I remind everyone that as soon as you alter any small part of a religion, it instantly proves that it is not a true religion, for how can you pick and choose the laws that a God has prescribed to you?), declares that no woman shall exert authority over any man, and that no man may talk to a woman on her period.
Does that seem to imply that all people are born free and equal?

We must save those who are indoctrinated before they turn into extremists/priests,etc. For then we allow them to spread their messages of hate and difference.

Man is born free; and everywhere he is in chains.
User avatar #23 to #17 - goldenglimmer (05/25/2013) [-]
Although I've read through a lot of your recent commentary, I have refrained from responding. This is, to be frank, mostly because the ideas that your arguments stem from are boringly predictable and unoriginal (thus rendering a potential discussion thoroughly fruitless), but also because I simply find them unappealing to confront. Why? Well, I speak frankly again, but it is blatantly obvious that you have a very shallow understanding of not only religion, but also the dynamics of the world itself. You have peered into the zeitgeist, and in your self-proclaimed enlightenment, embraced it, like so many others. I don't know you, and therefore I cannot accurately make the assessment I am about to make, but based on previous experience I have found that it is supremely difficult to debate with someone who has already asserted themselves intellectually and morally superior to defenders of ideas or philosophies they know next to nothing about. Good ol' ignorance and arrogance; a lethal combination.

Now, I don't want to come across as sage-like, but I had to get that in the clear. I know others feel the same as I do, which is why you, and many like you, have gone unchallenged. Both here on FJ, and in other forums where open discourse is the norm.

First off, this is hardly the content to post anti-religious, pseudo-philosophical bullcrap, and being that it's totally unrelated, your arguments become contrived and pretentious, making it quite difficult for me to not question your motives.

Secondly, there are certain aspects of your admittedly well articulated argument that are self-defeating. You speak of justice, equality and free thinking, and yet you vehemently condemn those who follow a different mindset than you do. You deliberately dismiss the fact that a priest and an extremist are two different things, you believe every Islamic preacher to be innately evil, all at the same time speaking of salvation for those who are lost from your path; your ideas.
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User avatar #102 - rainbowrush (05/25/2013) [-]
Oh boy, so many people who never went to school.

Stereotypes: noun
1. a process, now often replaced by more advanced methods, for making metal printing plates by taking a mold of composed type or the like in papier-mâché or other material and then taking from this mold a cast in type metal.
2. a plate made by this process.
3. a set form; convention.
4. Sociology . a simplified and standardized conception or image invested with special meaning and held in common by members of a group.

Example: You're British and meet someone who doesn't speak English that well. Because of your normal stereotypes, you change the way you speak. As you learn more about this person, you may get your stereotypes confirmed or proven wrong.
Example two: You're British and meet someone who doesn't speak English that well, because she is from the States. Because of your normal stereotypes, you change the way you speak.

Prejudice: noun
1. an unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or reason.
2. any preconceived opinion or feeling, either favorable or unfavorable.

Example: You meet a Muslim so you automatically think know he is a terrorist. Your view won't change.

Racism: noun
1. a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one's own race is superior and has the right to rule others.

If you're not racist, there's usually something wrong with you. How racist you are depends on which definition you use. As long as you keep away from prejudice, you should be fine. Stereotypes is often a tool we use for communication.

There's a lot of other **** like ethnocentrism, but that's not important.
User avatar #78 - konradkurze (05/25/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Don't worry
black people aren't human so hating them is against species not race
#67 - shoryuken (05/25/2013) [-]
i'm racist to africans
i'm racist to africans
#60 - EdwardNigma ONLINE (05/25/2013) [-]
I don't know how this is going to help, but surely it will.
User avatar #50 - champaigne (05/25/2013) [-]
******* ..........................................................
#12 - nakedclothes (05/25/2013) [-]
black people are really silly
User avatar #96 - TheBigGummyBear (05/25/2013) [-]
It's actually natural to be racist, it's considered very common in nature that animals feel threatened by/are afraid of any animal that looks different to them. Sure, as advanced species we can learn to accept other races and be civilised. But what goes on in our heads remains focused on the negative attributes of a race different from our own. This is just my opinion from what I think sounds logical.

Conclusion: We're all racist to some degree, it's just nature.
#21 - anonexplains (05/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
You can tell when someone has at least a slightly racist ideology either by how unashamed they are to show it, or how ashamed they are to show it.

That's why I hate when I'm all like, "Oh, I was just talking to that black man over ther-"
"That's racist"

No sir, it is not racism to recognize someone's differences, it is racist to act like those differences put someone at a lesser value than others

That's why when someone is really worried about others perceiving something they say as racist, you know that something about that race's differences scares them. When someone truly accepts someone for how they are, they aren't afraid of anyone picking up on their prejudices, because they don't exist.

That's why education is the greatest driving force to promote equality, people fear the unknown, and fear creates rejection
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