- Feb 27, 2014
Hello , Classical fan, mexicans, brazilians, in a word-latin people, you know, racism may also manifest in Xenophobia which is the aversion based on ethnic differences, yes, it approaches to racism in a way that it is more specifically related to the color of the skin. Personally i do not fit in what people generally label as a latin type. Fortunately i was born and educated in a somewhat american high class typical family. Well, thankfully i was blessed to have been born in a wealthy family, so to speak, and despite the brownie color of my skin nothing or very little in my personality taggs me as 'latin' eager to do janitor working in USA or perform any type of underpaid job. Despite my pokerstars colleagues from abroad insist in calling me names such as monkey (we brazilians are often called monkeys for the fact immature ignorant people think we all like in the jungle, or in the Amazon Forest). I live in a house, a great house, we have computers here, we have SKY TV HD online and inlined with all the world and we have other facilities that make me feel as if i was an european or american.What does hate speech and illegal immigration have to do with ETs?
I would like to ask posters to avoid ethnic issues relating to hybridisation. It is definitely no fun at all.