Being racist..

@deltax (287)
April 3, 2007 7:11am CST
I have seen some foreigners in my country treating locals with utmost disrespect. I hate that and I hate those people who let someone treat them like that. I'm not a racist and I was just wondering how many out there are. If you are one, do you have the courage to speak out and explain why you would do such things? If that's what you are, that's what you are.
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@webbyman (183)
• Philippines
8 Apr 07
In my opinion if you're just a visitor in other country, you should respect and treat their people fairly. I already experienced it for having a friend who is nice and friendly but rude towards other people (my countrymen). He always insist to follow his own way because he came from a powerful country. But us, from third world he should have the decency to respect the culture that we have. Every country set their own rule and people will adopt to it. As visitor, they should respect and try to live by that rules for him to get the same respect.
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
I'm not a racist either and I have observed that too. There are a lot of foreigners coming in our country and some of them seem so annoying because they think they are above us still. It makes me mad because if they are not satisfied with our country, then why are they coming here in the first place right?
• United States
3 Apr 07
I don't think we should "hate those people." We can dislike the words they use, or their actions, but should try to love and get along with everyone. Peace out girl...
@winkerf (44)
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
i guess i'd better say that i find this shocking. i mean, if you look at it deeply, why would foreigners DISCRIMINATE people who live in the country?! they should be the ones who should be intimidated and "shy." i just don't get why they are dominating the people (and the place) which are not actually theirs. they should be exiled!