Racism In America V.s The Rest Of The World?

As an American I often wonder does the racism here play out the same in different parts of the world? What does racism look like other places? I also often wonder of the races within each country, The world is so big there has to infinite potential of races and mixed races living in different countries. Are they accepted in there own country or are there still barriers and such around? How is the president in other countries ? Are they racist or are they for everyone? Please if you are from a different country explain to me how race all plays out in your country and all the different types of race and mixes there is! 

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  1. We Indians are experts conveying castism and religious discrimination to the whole world

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    1. Please touch on that ! How so?? What religion is discriminated against most and why??

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      1. Hindu, Muslim, Christian. Unnecessary quota system. A government currently run by Hindu sentiments. Oppositions crave for only Muslim votes. Hate crimes, murders etc etc

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      2. Is that why there is bombings in countries over there?!

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      3. Bombings are a whole different issue. Not much happened recently. But domestic violence continues for the country.

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      4. What is the reason for the bombings??

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      5. Terrorists and security flaws. Last bombing I think was at 26/11 Mumbai.

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      6. Who is the terrorist?

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      7. Rogue people. Lost people.

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      8. I hope my many questions aren’t becoming annoying lol but, who is the Rogue people?

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      9. Ha ha not at all. Rogue people are those who are somehow fedup of the system but takes a dark path to oppose it.

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      10. I see so protesters taking the wrong approach ;( I hope they find the justice they look for and I hope they will just stop I don’t see how bombing places is helping especially when the only ones they are hurtinf are regular innocent people :/

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      11. That’s the main issue. If you want to get the system, go strangle the head. We normal people are also fedup of the system. But we protest in a different way. They are killing their own allies.

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      12. Yes exactly! They sound like the people who do this are beyond angry maybe so much to a very unhealthy level.Change will be delivered but, you cannot add fuel to the first! How do they not see the flaw in there own ways :/?

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      13. The ones who goes down such a path are quite brilliant minds. But so emotionally shocked. Approaching and influencing them becomes easy.

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      14. They just need to figure it out and realize doing things like that is not helping but, more than anything causing unnecessary pain. Theres better ways to get the goverments attention

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      15. Yupp. Holding a weapon can make you feel powerful. But what will be that weapon, a granade or a pencil?

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      16. Yes! The value of words and discipline are key! And the realization that this world is at your very finger tips and can be exactly what you’d like it to be. You don’t have to work violently to get results

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  2. calmkate says:

    huge racism in Australia, our Prime minister [president] has it in for anyone not as wealthy as him and he’s loaded!

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    1. Disgusting! He sounds like an Australian donald trump 😷😷

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      1. calmkate says:

        except that DT has been declared bankrupt x 3, our guy is just loaded

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      2. They sound like they could be bestfriends lol both shitty people

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      3. calmkate says:

        I believe they are good mates πŸ™‚ Like people gather together

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      4. No wonder omg ! People tend to run with people like them

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  3. There can be a huge debate on this Non-violence vs Violence πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. What would be your views on it ??

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      1. Both are implementable. Depending on the situation.

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      2. Either ways both side are being unheard ? 😐

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  4. Yupp that’s the problem. None if them are working.

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    1. Maybe there should be a big rebel but, in a peaceful manner maybe like Everybody refusing to do any work until change is made or some thing maybe???

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      1. We just need to understand the timing of everything. Not over do any of that. Then it might work. Should work.

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      2. Yes ! Work together and peacefully, and change should come ! Well it is going to God he sees everything and he won’t let this go on forever!

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  5. In Hong Kong, we have a diverse number of races here so racism is generally frowned upon. Ironically, the greatest targets for racism here are the ones from Mainland China. If someone say that you look like someone from China, it has several negative connotations, e.g. you’re rude, has a bad sense of fashion, ignorant or something like that.
    But I can tell you that the average HK people are too busy to care about racism!

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    1. How would you know if someone is from China? What is the main thing people notice??? ;o

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      1. The way they dress is a giveaway. There are also some differences in looks between Mainlanders and HK people but they’re rather subtle that only people who’ve been in HK long enough would notice.

        And of course, they’d speak Mandarin and would assume that everyone understands them πŸ˜ƒ

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  6. anne leueen says:

    I am Canadian. We do not have the same history of slavery as the US. That started us off on a different path with regard to racism as it pertains to people of African descent. However our treatment of our native people has been sadly lacking in humanity. As for other races there are many in Toronto which is the city nearest to where I live. All colors, and all backgrounds. For the most part there is little racism. Certainly our Canadian Prime Minister does not tolerate racism and I believer most Canadians are like him. That’s just my opinion.

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    1. Who is the native people and how are they treated differently?! And Canada sounds so nice to the rest of the world 😭😭😭

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      1. anne leueen says:

        Native people are the First Nations people, the tribes who lived across Canada before the “White Man” arrived and gave them disease and alcohol and took their land and confined them to reservations. They took their children and put them into residential schools and tried to turn them into white people. There are many reservations in Canada that do not have drinking water and water has to be trucked in. Shocking. Also the native way of life ( they were hunter /gatherer societies) has gone now and cannot be replaced. it has left many without a way of life. They can move to the cities and adopt a different way of life, our way of life, or remain on the reservation and for most of the reservations that is pretty depressing. Then there is the issue of missing and disappeared native women. There are hearings all over Canada as part of a process of reconciliation but here have been a lot of problems with it and many native people feel that their concerns have still been unheard. Canada us a nice country and has much to recommend it. But we are not perfect.

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  7. Aquila Lynch says:

    Well I’ve always defined that there is really only one race on the planet, and that is the human race. Humans came along and started categorizing people along different racial groups. The majority of problems on this Earth are man made, and until we work on ourselves individually and want for others, what we want for ourselves, then maybe we can bridge some of the gaps that divide us. As long as greed and corruption taint man’s soul, there will never be peace on Earth. As long as some people believe that their better than someone else based upon superficial values and stereotypes, there will never be peace on Earth.

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    1. I absolutely fucking love this comment by far one of the most favorite I’ve ever received, I feel like you just described my perception on things so perfectly! Absouletly beautiful!!

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    2. You’re very smart πŸ’•πŸ’―

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      1. Aquila Lynch says:

        That’s very kind of you to say.

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  8. moblogsit says:

    Here in Nigeria, it’s more about tribalism and religious discrimination than racism–a country with about 500 different tribes and over 350 different languages, I am left wondering: why wont there be tribalism? Here

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    1. How are the tribes seperated ? Is it by like what a city would be out here ? L

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      1. moblogsit says:

        They are mostly separated by language and culture. There’s a particular tribe predominantly found in the northern part of the country, then you also have so many other minute tribes with diverse dialects and cultures also located within the same area. Same applies to the eastern, western, and southern parts.

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