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Q: Is this racism?

The recent anti racism protest globally reminds me of the way I got treated in some western countries, I wonder if it is racism towards Asian.

 

I was watching the gala parade in New York, but the promoter on the street only gave the leaflet to the white people, when they saw me, they would not give it to me. Seem most people watching the gala parade on Five Avenue are white European tourists. They all got leaflets except me.

 

I was ordering food in a restaurant in Berlin, I was standing in front of the long line but the waiter ignored me and tried to ask the white man behind me what he wanted to order. I was so furious. The white man behind said I should fight for my civil right.

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You would think that this is a simple question, with "Yes, of course it's racism!" as the obvious answer, but "progressives" have redefined racism in an Orwellian fasion to mean something other than pre-judgement based on apparent race. It's okay to pre-judge (and hate) Asians and white cis-men who benefit from assumed "privelege." It's only racist if you do so with respect to non-asian people of color.

 

It's also possible that the people who apparently ignored you because you were looking or acting combative, but I wasn't there, so I'd have no way to know.

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You would think that this is a simple question, with "Yes, of course it's racism!" as the obvious answer, but "progressives" have redefined racism in an Orwellian fasion to mean something other than pre-judgement based on apparent race. It's okay to pre-judge (and hate) Asians and white cis-men who benefit from assumed "privelege." It's only racist if you do so with respect to non-asian people of color.

 

It's also possible that the people who apparently ignored you because you were looking or acting combative, but I wasn't there, so I'd have no way to know.

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Life must be challenging when you are the perpetual victim. Be strong.

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