Originally Posted by Itaname:
Originally Posted by Shaitaan:
I am astonished at this incredible fixation on Black people. I can understand a dislike of the PNC. I myself am no fan of the PNC. But since when did Indian people develop this intense pathological hatred of ordinary Black people just because they're Black?
I really am at a loss for words at people's behavior since the PNC won the election.
Since apan jhaat time in the 50's! Imagine black people, many of whom were better educated, wondering what would happen to them and their families if ignars like your cousin screaming apan jhaat took over!
By the way, yuh frens in Roar is the same as ignar cobra. They express Cobra's sentiments differently. Ah hope yuh on de verge of ketchin' sense.
Look chap, Indos and Blacks make some pretty insensitive remarks about and to each other all the time. It doesn't mean much at the end of the day. At my own table, I listen to some cringe worthy statements from our closest Georgetown Black friends about Indians. I myself am given to "insensitive" remarks that draw on ethnicity at times provided they're funny just because I have a childish sense of humor at times. However, I find it incredible that there are people that hold racial stereotypes as some kind of Gospel. Especially, ostensibly educated people.
It is really rare that I come across Indians who really truly existentially hate Black people just by virtue of their race. I can only think of two instances in my whole life. And in these two instances, the other Indos were appalled.
Anyhow, you'd be surprised to know that the people in ROAR were not anti-Black. It was ROAR people that first hosted Granger in Richmond Hill. Them were ROAR Indians. I still talk to ROAR Indos regularly and they are cheering Granger on and giving him a chance. The post-election butthurt Tea Party segment of Indos are exclusively PPP. ROAR was never about some pathological hatred for Black people. That is the line pushed by the PPP. You remember when the PPP was painting ROAR as "racist"? I would go so far as to say that you have nothing to fear from the ROAR crowd as a Black person. And ROAR people actually think the average Black person is more Nigel Hughes and not some gangbanger. A PPP Indian generally behaves as though the typical Black person is some generationally poor, uneducated, lazy, child muddah producing person living in the ghetto. They are obviously wrong. And I suspect they're hanging out with the wrong Blacks and the right Blacks consider them to be beneath their social standards.
I have no explanation for Cobra. Cobra is from a family with too many douglas to count (and they don't get trimmed from the family tree). And Cobra is not some poor uneducated Indo with some family history of PNC/Black oppression. So I don't get it. He's also a Christian.
P.S...I don't have to "ketch sense." I don't hate Black people or anyone. Never did. The only race I probably pathologically hate is that of the "stupid Indian." I find them to be a plague on our people. People like Cobra worry me more than the PNC's "Kill the Coolies" wing because they do more damage to us from the inside.