Racism doesn't help your other positions...
Published on April 24, 2005 By greywar In Blogging

A quote from this new author's article:

And with the tension built among the Mongoloid races, the world has never looked so ready for a World War, even if it is an underground one.

A pacifist and racist who despises both the President and the Pope. What a lovley new writer! Be sure to welcome them to JU won't you?

 

 

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on Apr 24, 2005
I'm not new.
And the usage of the word Mongoloid means a generalization for Korea, China, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
They are all Mongoloids.
No racism here, dudes and dudettes.
on Apr 24, 2005

No racism here, dudes and dudettes

If you don't mean the phrase "Mongoloid races" as a racist comment then you are in need of a serious course in remedial English.

on Apr 24, 2005
If you don't mean the phrase "Mongoloid races" as a racist comment then you are in need of a serious course in remedial English.


"Mongoloid" ,"Negroid" and "Caucasian" are all old terms. Are they racist only because they're old?
on Apr 24, 2005
Are they racist only because they're old


They are rcist because he felt the need to address the whole region's motives as one due to race. Koreans politics = Thai politics = Chinese politics because they are all "Mongoloids" anyways right? You don't find that more than a smidge racist? What if we replaced the word Mongoloid with Negroid as per your example like so :

"And with the tension built among the Negroid races, the world has never looked so ready for a World War, even if it is an underground one."

Still on the up and up with that one?
on Apr 24, 2005
So why didn't you quote his entire sentence?
on Apr 24, 2005
Ok, sorry. But you only quoted "Mongoloid races" in your post above.
on Apr 24, 2005

Ok, sorry. But you only quoted "Mongoloid races" in your post above.

Well yeah, I do sort of expect commentators to have actually read the article.

on Apr 24, 2005
Well yeah, I do sort of expect commentators to have actually read the article.


and there it is greywar... expectations get ya every time.
on Apr 24, 2005
Well yeah, I do sort of expect commentators to have actually read the article


I did, but it seemed that you were singling out only those two words.
on Apr 24, 2005
Whoa! Just read a few of the articles over there. Just a tad over the top. Potentially scary. Tred lightly!
on Apr 24, 2005
Whoa! Just read a few of the articles over there. Just a tad over the top. Potentially scary. Tred lightly!
on Apr 24, 2005
OOps sorry about the double post; my modem decided to drop synch just as I hit post.
on Apr 24, 2005
His grammar bugs me almost more than his viewpoints. Particularly that thing with the mismatched singular/plural subject/verb.

who many sees


whom many see, perhaps?

Ever wondering why


yes, ever wondering why, am I young Skywalker..........when 900 years old you are, English will you learn.....

He admitted then that the USA and its goon can't found any WMD


Sigh......this one spoked for itself.

He lied about the weapon of mass destruction. He lied about his true reason to occupy Iraq. He let sons of Sam's Army got nailed each day.


Well no wonder they can't find it, there's only one. And do we have an army of David Berkowitz clones stashed away somewhere?

One of the few things worse than a whack job, is a whack job who can't properly express themselves. (most of them) I'm guessing (hoping really) that this is a bad case of English as a second language.
on Apr 24, 2005
this one spoked for itself.


Spoked?
on Apr 24, 2005
Spoked?


Spoked. Definitely spoked. (as part of my oh so delicate note of sardonicism) Link