Black People : Venezuelan wanting to know more.

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  1. Zabersus

    Zabersus Banned MEMBER

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    - How's racism in the US? Worse or better than say, 10 years ago.

    - Can you sense racial hatred/discomfront in your everyday life because of your skin color?

    - Is the society passively segregated?

    Im a white venezuelan. I asked the same question in stormfront, now I want to see the other side of the coin.

    Pardon my bad english.
     
  2. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    No problem

    The racism has increased,

    10 years ago the economy was not so bad but when the economy declines then scapegoats are promoted in the press,
    to keep the masses eyes off of the ones who have destroyed the economy for thier personal gain.

    What is your opinion of Chavez move to destroy racism in Venezuela, what is your opinion of his leadership and what do you think about the new Bolivaran movement?
     
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    Enki The Evolved Amphibian STAFF

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    I've been on SF,what was their reaction to you?
     
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    oh mi papi!

    So you're BLANCO venezuelan? Yall do not define race like we do, so how you gonna be a 'white' venezuelan? Aren't you glad you aren't negro?

    On what part of the color spectrum are you? Teguino, mestizo, BLANCO or what?

    Do you have a higher social class than the brown venezuelan?

    Are you a marron?

    Do you know what bese mi cula mean?

    Do you like the boricuas or the negritas?

    How well did you identify and relate to your people on Stormfront? :em0200:
     
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    Zabersus Banned MEMBER

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    Racism in Venezuela is very subtle. No one cares and no one talks about races here, really. When Chavez says something about racism, which is almost never, it's mostly about blaming the spaniards for slaugthering the indigenous people that lived here 500 years ago.

    The Bolivarian movement is the cubanization of Venezuela. We call it the Robolucion(robo meaning "steal") because there is a new social classes we call "nuevo rico" (new rich people) that consist almost exclusively on pro-chavez individuals who have made a fortune due to the oil revenues and the statization of private companies. In short words, they are distributing the wealth among themselves, leaving only scraps for the most needed. Corruption is also high, therefore hindering the efforts of good-willed people.

    I dont know; I made the thread but its currently awaiting for a moderator to approve it.

    Because im white and I live in Venezuela. And I am happy with being white.

    Spaniard, white, tall, brown eyes/hair.

    I would say so. Most white venezuelans are in a better economic situation than black/brown people but it has nothing to do with racism. Most white people who came from europe were educated and/or had family living here that owned companies/lands/farms/etc.

    No.

    That doesnt mean anything in spanish.

    Im not physically attracted to black/brown women.

    I didnt spend much time surfing Stormfront but I agree with them about multiculturalism not being a good thing.
     
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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Therefore how do you feel about the multicuturalism of Venzuela?
     
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    Zabersus Banned MEMBER

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    Since Venezuela is a big melting pot for many cultures none takes precedence over the other. Hard to explain.

    IMO I would like if my country was more european-like, resembling Spain.
     
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    He's new on SF so my guess is that he's going to confined to the OV (opposing view)section where he will either die out and leave or mimic the ignorant rhetoric that runs rampant throughout that place just so he can fit in. He said he started a thread asking this,I stop in and see.:em0200:

    Also when they say this:

    It mean they want us to go back to Africa and leave their land to themselves.


    Peace!
     
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    So no blacks,or as Sf puts it,no non-whites. IMO you have just sunk yourself with this comment.
     
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    I just read a few articles about this today. From what I've read, many places in South America have black populations descended from Africa who stayed after slavery was abolished. Many of them report that racism is rampant and that they're looked down on and treated like second class citizens. Many can't even travel freely because even though they're born in country they are not considered citizens and, as a result, don't have rights or protections under the laws of those countries. This is shocking to me (though given the post slavery/colonial racial dynamics, it shouldn't be) because these seem to be the same people who, if they lived in the US would feel targeted by discrimination.

    My question to Zabersus is this. Are the nuevo rico made up of pretty much whites only? Would you consider yourself nuevo rico?
     
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