Why racist?

@gengeni (3308)
January 10, 2011 2:32am CST
Why if you say "my chinese friend" categorized as a racist? not the same as the Sundanese, Batak, Minang, arabic, india? why be offended? I never discriminate tribe / race in their dealings with me, to me they are friends who do not make any difference, just a dialect, facial shape, skin color, religion, and his ancestors are different. The important thing is mutual respect and mutual need. So who makes it a different feeling?
4 responses
• Indonesia
19 Jan 11
Thankfully, if not racist to think that way. in our herd is not the recommended to select and sort out anyone else should be our friend. but it's good we choose friends who will be able to strengthen our faith to GOD Almighty and not be a barrier against us to get closer to GOD Almighty, because there you get along with their advice is good, which in the fragrances suppose to merchants and also a blacksmith. which makes the feeling of being different is ourselves, because humans are very different perspective, should be understood and learned lesson ...
@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
16 Jan 11
if say "oo CINOO!" (sorry!) yes racist,, better to say "but my friends are Chinese" was more subtle,, the point is with whom we talk and discuss what,, maybe the time was wrong intonation,, (usually the Batak more explode if the talk-even though the original Batak people are good/ not mad but it sounds like mad so), use said words marketing, definitely fitting,,, hehehe,,
• Indonesia
10 Jan 11
I have friends who do not have a religion but I liked the fact although he had no religion but have a good faith
@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
10 Jan 11
no, just say China is not considered racist.maybe that makes offended when the pronunciation is the intonation.