White Americans and Europeans like to point at America for being racist as if it never learned how to be racist in it’s precolonial days when it was still owned by The English in Europe. Now Europe simply operates and shapes & influences it now. White albinos and Europeans excuse their racism when they say ‘but it’s different in Europe’ and by virtue of being different mean it’s better? Different like the South, different like the North (where there is supposedly no racism)? But, like democrats and republicans, because one lives in the South and North, they’re different, but all follow the same white supremacist/hierarchical logic anyway. White albino mutants never looked different to me afterall all.
Different locations, yet somehow they still held on to their white supremacy/racism all the same when black people are assualted more by police as well as people (working with police) while this didn’t just happen to the lucky blacks living in the suburbs where the middle-class folks lived. It also happened within the working-class black community, whom black neighborhoods are currently getting gentrified by white girls and white boys as well as their model minorities to boot. We need to watch ourselves, now is the time to be getting aware of our environments and communities, because things like this are happening…
So, when you get down to it. It doesn’t matter if you’re dealing with an Italian, German, or American what hold these devil like glue to each other is their racism as well as nationalism, it’s why they will always be similar as well as familiar with each other. They can live in different locations, but their heart and mindset will be the same. We have to keep in mind that while there is a blue-eyed devil, there is also the follower as well as the consumer (the common people) and it doesn’t work so differently from South or Latin American, to the middle-east to North Korea, to all over the world.
American hasn’t been globalizing racism, it was just always there. The white supremacy within Globalization/Westernization has helped though.