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« Reply #180 on: December 18, 2007, 04:47:49 PM »
I say to my fellow Fil-Ams and Filipinos to rise to the occasion and prove our superiority to these narcissistic individuals not through brute force or negative exchange of words, but through our professional achievements. Excellence precedes over ignorance.

It is a waste of our time to lower ourselves in petty word exchanges with the likes of racists and bigots. They instigate only because they are jealous of our achievements. Let them revel in their squalid stasis, and let us continue in our march forward.
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« Reply #181 on: January 29, 2008, 02:22:32 AM »
i'm lucky nga i live in a small city diri sa china wherein taas ang level sa respect nila basta teacher ka... whether puti ka or pinoy ka, it doesn't matter... mao nga maglisod nako og transfer sa lain nga city for fear of being discriminated....
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« Reply #182 on: January 29, 2008, 02:40:53 AM »
i don't know if it's racism or what...
had a bad experience in thailand, when u are an asian girl and u walk on the streets of Bangkok, white men most of the time look at you as if u are a walking flesh for hire ( i know u all know what i mean). nanglupad og miratatat gud akong eningles kay mingtingkag akong dunggan og mibukal akong dugo when i was treated like that. anyway, they apologized after my 'sermon' on how to treat and respect girls well.

My bestfriend who is a nurse in Australia expressed to me her feelings on how some Aussies treat them there. She even saw a sign board sayin' FILIPINOS AND DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED'. It was really awfull and to think that they are taking care of them there.

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« Reply #183 on: January 29, 2008, 12:50:07 PM »
wahhhhhhhh!!! mouli nalang ko sa pinas!!!

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« Reply #184 on: January 29, 2008, 01:57:07 PM »
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« Reply #185 on: January 29, 2008, 11:07:48 PM »

Hi Mari,

In the first section....since we women are considered as weak compared to the opposite sex that is why we are a total sex object for them especially possessing  too much sex appeal their looks starving for a total sex. Not only the weak minded machos eat you with their lower gaze.

The big problem of all is....if you are walking together with a foriegner you are already a victim of their looks and convicted as one of those "the cheap meat vendor". It happens everywhere.

The sign "FILIPINOS AND DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED" ..this is more than race descrimination. Gitamakan napod ta ini... our dignity as human. Ako pato nakabasa ini...aho natong  gisulod ug gikuwatan. I can't believe this!




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« Reply #186 on: January 30, 2008, 03:05:12 AM »
Reality>>>. We filipinos are also greatest racist. kasagaran man gud nato sige lang ta ingon sa mga puti og mga racista pero wala ta kabantay sa atoa nga ultimo mga bata gani makakita og negro dayon og sungog. Kakita gani og bombay ingnon dayon og baho. Anywhere in the world we can find racism.

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« Reply #187 on: January 30, 2008, 03:33:31 AM »

Tinoud gjod! Puyra lang sa uban nga dili.  Pero........morag bugal-bugalon gjod ning mga Pinoys/Pinays pero racism is more worst, isn't?


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« Reply #188 on: January 30, 2008, 03:55:41 AM »

This may be true, however every single human being despite their religion, creed, nationality or ethnicity will always manifest a sense of prejudice, it is natural to be somewhat indifferent to those who are foreign to your own, though there are exceptions. In general, it is so, specially in rather homogeneous societies; heterogeneous societies tend to have some instances of racism but not as high, due to the assimilatory process. So for Filipinos to hold some kind of prejudicial nature, it is only normal, rarely do I hear in the news media that Filipinos attack or ransack other people of a different racial stock. On the contrary, the Philippine government has a very loose and open-minded policy regarding foreign nationals, we don't have much of a racist ultranationalistic policy as compared to other countries.

For example, during the 1960s, it was common in south east asia to persecute the Chinese immigrants, in particular was in Indonesia during the 1968-1970 era when anti-communism was in the air. Many indigenous Indonesians (many of them poor) blamed the Chinese immigrants for being 'too successful' (its rather arbitrary in how they claimed this, with no basis at all, as if the Chinese were to blame for the laziness and inculpability of some Indonesian natives). There were race riots, leading to poor Indonesians attacking Chinese-owned businesses and killing and raping them, and looting their stores. The same can also be observed in Malaysia, in Thailand, as well as in Vietnam. What also is interesting is that most of their governments allowed this sort of backlash to occur, showing a 'state-sponsored racist policies' to immigrants. In the Philippines, however, this has never occurred. The Chinese and Chinese-Filipino were not attacked by the government, sure there are instances of racist pockets of Filipinos holding animosity on the success of the Chinese community here, however, for the most part are not physical in nature. One thing is for sure, though the Philippines is homogeneous in terms of ethnicity (over 90% of the country are part of the Malay-Polynesian ethnicity), the society is open to mingling and assimilation. The Chinese immigrants intermarry with the local Filipinos and thereby assumes his identity within the greater body of the Filipino masses and inherently declares his or her identity as 'Filipino'. This also counts for other nationals who immigrated to the country.

What separates the Filipino from the rest, is our natural open-mindedness. Our ability to adapt, and accept things over time.

Rarely have we as a people acted on violent passions, or racist passions. We have never had a 'cambodian genocide', 'race riots' (Thank God) in our history and never will. It is because we are different from the Asian region. We, unlike some Asians, have the concept of Christian morality. It is what separates us from them, they are, in essence, alien to our psyche. The Filipino is more European than Asian, we as a people inherited the fatalistic, and religious nature of the Spaniards. We have a clearly 'Hispanic' way of thinking. 

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« Reply #189 on: January 30, 2008, 05:07:45 AM »

I'm assuming this occurred somewhere in the outback or in some far corner in the Australian wilderness.
There are special litigations that your relative could have pursued against the said company. Australia, as a democracy and a member of the UN and one that recognizes the Hague conferences is bound to its signature in protecting the human rights laws of all those who are citizens of Australia or peoples living within the territorial jurisdiction of Australia.

And as a ranking member of the Commonwealth of British Empire, it should abide by the core principles that were bequeathed by the British Enlightenment and by Parliament, which is the universality of rights. Equal and unalienable rights.

 

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« Reply #190 on: March 30, 2008, 08:32:59 PM »
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« Reply #191 on: March 30, 2008, 08:57:15 PM »
please read this one guy....i don't know if others already read this letter...

Filipinos.....*make me puke* (Art Bell)

As we've all come to notice, in the past few decades, Filipinos have begun to infest the United States like some sort of disease. Their extensive involvement in the U.S. Armed Forces is proof of the trashy kind of qualities all Filipinos tend to exhibit on a regular basis. You can see this clearly by studying the attitudes and cultural Icons of most Filipino Americans.

Origins of Pinoys/Pinays:

Are they really Asian? Well we've come to accept the fact the Filipinos come from a part of the world known as South
East Asia. But the term "Asia" is used in the wrong way. You may notice that contemporary Filipino Americans try very hard
to associate themselves with groups that we know as Asian. I cannot count the number of times I have seen a 'Third World'
Filipino try to connect themselves to the Chinese or Japanese people. There is no connection and here's why. The Philippines is a Third World country. Nothing respectable has EVER been created by Filipino people during our entire human history. Young Filipino men in America have become obsessed with "import racing". They have an enormously perverted affection for Japanese cars. It's a
common phenomenon. In their minds, these Filipinos somehow believe that they are Asian and that it somehow connects them to
Japanese people and Japanese cars. They often take credit for the ingenuity of Japanese people and say how it's an "Asian thing". This
term..."Asian thing" derived directly from African American slang "blackthang". "It's a black thang." "It's an asian thang." You can see the connection. It's even funnier that, in Japan, Filipinos are heavily discriminated against. The only filipinos that can live successfully in Japan are the filipino prostitutes. But that's the case for most Filipino people no matter where they live in the world. Now we've come down to this fact...and it is a fact.

Nothing in Filipino Culture can be seen as Asian. They have no architectural, artistic, or cultural influence which is in ANY way, asian. Thinking of the great countries in Asia such as Japan, Korea, and China there is no way you can possibly connect the Philippine
Islands. This assault by filipino americans to connect themselves with the great peoples of North East Asia is foul and disgusting. Try visiting a young filipino's web site too. You'll see something called the "Asian IRC Ring". It has to do with the chatrooms. The most horrible thing about this is that these TRASHY people are trying to associate themselves with Asia again!! People in Asia don't act like, this at all. What we are seeing here is the natural Filipino in it's element with full access to technology and this is how they act! You will consistently see this behavior over and over again.

Another interesting thing is that these "thirdworld" people also frequent RC chatrooms such as #chinese #japan and #asian.
They must believe that they are some how related racially or culturally to North Asians. But it's completely WRONG! There might have  been some distant contact With China and even less with Japan during World War II, but these people are actually more closely related to african americans and Mexican americans.

Do the parents of these young filipinos know what's going on? Would they accept this? I believe that they would and do. This is the natural
"Trash" element in filipinos manifesting itself. Nothing good has ever come from Philippines and I don't believe anything good ever will.

Recognizing your Roots (A Message to Filipinos)

To all filipino people:
Please recognize your ROOTS! You come from the Third World! You country is a disgusting and filthy place. Most people there live in poverty! Your culture has MUCH MORE SPANISH influence than chinese, and absolutely no JAPANESE influence whatsoever. People in Japan
and China, do not act like you. They do not constantly talk about sex and they have a MUCH HIGHER level of RESPECT for each other. There is NO WAY that you can connect yourself to Asia other than location. Your culture and technological advancement does not even come CLOSE to What Chinese, people have done in the past and what Japanese and Korean people are doing now! Everything you do is distinctly filipino. You cannot take credit for Japanese cars, video games, or Hentai! It's not an "asian thing" it's, an "American thing". You have no concept of culture...no concept of asian ideas or asian philosophy! Can you demonstrate how you use Confucianism or Taoism in you everyday life?? You can't. And you will NEVER be able to. I understand that you are trying to create an identity for yourselves as young people... but it is NOT related to Asia.

Your Identity is Filipino. That's all you are. Just Filipino. Think about what that means....

Sincerely,
Art



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« Reply #192 on: March 30, 2008, 09:19:20 PM »
Whoever Art is, he is a very DUMB & STUPID and jealous sonofabitch!
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« Reply #193 on: March 30, 2008, 09:21:08 PM »
oi mis d bins nganong misaka na imong  dugo?relax .lol

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« Reply #194 on: March 30, 2008, 09:23:37 PM »
hahahhahha


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« Reply #195 on: March 30, 2008, 09:28:03 PM »
This is an open letter email by Art Bell, a radio talk show host in Nevada(more info in the email itself). Here is yet another person who has taken advantage of his power and privilege to use hateful words and racial stereotypes that breed further ignorance and intolerance in our society.

Art Bell is a talk radio host who has two shows that he broadcasts from his home in Nevada,
that is rebroadcast by 400 stations across the country.

He's written 2 books. He lived in Okinawa, Japan for some years and had a radio program on the English station. And, though it's hard to believe after reading the following letter from him, he actually has been to the Philippines (he's traveled fairly extensively around the world).

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« Reply #196 on: March 30, 2008, 09:32:59 PM »
His show must not be a good one. I never heard his name being in the best talk show host list...and i was wondering who would listen to him in that huge desert state, Nevada? only the lizards! hahahahahah

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« Reply #197 on: March 30, 2008, 09:41:18 PM »
Recognizing your Roots (A Message to Filipinos)

To all filipino people:
Please recognize your ROOTS! You come from the Third World! You country is a disgusting and filthy place. Most people there live in poverty! Your culture has MUCH MORE SPANISH influence than chinese, and absolutely no JAPANESE influence whatsoever. People in Japan
and China, do not act like you. They do not constantly talk about sex and they have a MUCH HIGHER level of RESPECT for each other. There is NO WAY that you can connect yourself to Asia other than location. Your culture and technological advancement does not even come CLOSE to What Chinese, people have done in the past and what Japanese and Korean people are doing now! Everything you do is distinctly filipino. You cannot take credit for Japanese cars, video games, or Hentai! It's not an "asian thing" it's, an "American thing". You have no concept of culture...no concept of asian ideas or asian philosophy! Can you demonstrate how you use Confucianism or Taoism in you everyday life?? You can't. And you will NEVER be able to. I understand that you are trying to create an identity for yourselves as young people... but it is NOT related to Asia.

Your Identity is Filipino. That's all you are. Just Filipino. Think about what that means....

Sincerely,
Art

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« Reply #198 on: March 30, 2008, 09:41:42 PM »
Art Bell
Radio Personality
Nobody in talk radio quite compares to Art Bell when it comes to entertaining the notions of UFOlogists, psychics and conspiracy theorists. From his one-man broadcasting center in Pahrump, Nevada, Bell hosted a nationally syndicated all-night radio show -- Coast to Coast AM -- specializing in tales of the supernatural, the paranormal and the not-yet-categorized weird. After five years on the air Bell's audience was steadily growing, but on October 13, 1998, he suddenly and mysteriously announced the end of his broadcasting career. Two weeks later he just as mysteriously returned to the air and resumed his broadcasts, only to retire from broadcasting in April 2000. When Bell returned to the air in 2001, he explained that he had taken time to deal with personal family matters (it was later revealed that his teenage son had been sexually assaulted by a substitute teacher). At the end of 2002 Bell retired again, but said he would continue to fill in on occasion for new host George Noory. In September of 2003 Bell un-retired again, returning to become the regular weekend host on Coast to Coast AM. Bell's wife Ramona died on 5 January 2006 after suffering an asthma attack while on vacation in Laughlin, Nevada. Bell surprised his fans by announcing on 15 April 2006 that he had remarried, to Airyn Ruiz, a 21-year-old Filipino woman whom he had met on the Internet after his wife's death. Bell broadcasted from Manila during 2006, then returned to Nevada to host the Sunday edition of his show. On 1 July 2007 Bell announced he was retiring again, this time for real, to spend time with his wife and new daughter. The Saturday host of Coast to Coast, Ian Punnett, was named as a replacement.

Extra credit: Bell did not make a broadcast calling the Philippines "a disgusting and filthy place." A false e-mail recounting his alleged remarks has been circulating online since the 1990s. In 2001 Bell sued the Philippine Daily Inquirer after the newspaper published the e-mail as fact; the Inquirer published a retraction and apologized to Bell... In 2001 Bell started his own radio station in Pahrump, KNYE 95.1 FM, playing primarily music.

Art Bell appears with Amelia Earhart in our loop on Disappearing Acts, with Michael Jordan in Quitters!, with Rush Limbaugh in Legends of Radio, and (finally) with Saint Chad in the loop Legends of E-Mail.

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« Reply #199 on: March 30, 2008, 09:43:03 PM »
unsa mani iyaha biay biay ba?kinsa kaha ang gisaligan ani ah?



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