"The majority of Indian people that I have observed likes to pretend that they are "CONSERVATIVE" (I hope they know how transparent they really are) not to mention that they are fooling no one! they also have a tendency to try to pass as "white"... one Indian Trini I knew kept boasting that the area in which he lived is strictly WHITE and that no one else had been able to succeed at residing there! he therefore concluded that the WHITE people that reside there must surely see him as WHITE! (by his color of his skin alone, anyone would know better) So I laughed and I sang to him "IF YOU WHITE, YOU WHITE! IF YOU WHITE YOU WHITE FOR SPITE"!
Of course when I see people trying to pass themselves off as white, I find myself wondering what they are up to. Try to imagine a white person trying to pass themself of as BLACK with a clear difference in skin color! (to me it will take a lot of convincing)
Nevertheless WHITE, BLACK, ASIAN, HISPANIC... I see us all in the same light and judge all in the same way! I do not see any as being above the other, different in appearence yes. So automatically when someone announce that they are BLACK, WHITE, ASIAN etc It falls under the category of human therefore, the same rules apply!"
Again, I have put your words for your own eyes to behold. Take a look again at what you said. Now take these words to any psychologist and see if he believes you. It's so obvious that you're an insecure person. So you're BLACK! Deal with it! That last paragraph of yours is absolutely unconvincing. Especially in light of the previous one.
By the way, did you notice that you started out with a very broad generalisation, and a very subjective one at that. Did you ever take the time to look up the word "prejudice" in the dictionary?
ah mean tuh say
fuh cryin out loud
de fuss ting yuh do is make a racist remark
and den yuh try tuh preten yuh ent a racist
ohh gawd lady!
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