knoest26 wrote:Then 'they' should get their shit together and learn the true meaning of racism.
Oh, please, wise and noble knoest26, tell me the true meaning of racism!
knoest26 wrote:Plus, I never try to be political, but to express my opinion on a matter.
I'm not trying
to be political! I'm just expressing an opinion on a matter in a way that happens to have political implications! Other people don't understand me! Whaaa!
knoest26 wrote:My opinion on this matter: I think it's normal for a small company like Introversion to only support the lettertype in which English is written. I don't see how that would be racist.
That isn't what is getting you into trouble. What is getting you into trouble is the implied value judgment that people who don't us a standard Latin alphabet don't deserve to play video games, and your justification for the same. Those are the things that make you sound like
a fucking racist. (Please note that I have not actually called you a racist in this thread, only noted that the arguments that you use are the same kinds of arguments that are used by racists in the US---if you don't want to be seen as racist, you might try to express yourself better).
knoest26 wrote:How I want to put all starving African in a factory, I think that if they would work together under the command of a western businessman to produce goods they could sell that they could then afford a more luxurious lifestyle. Offcourse some people are then going to complain and call it slavery, but as long as the businessman is only there to teach the Africans about business stuf and have the same salary as the Africans it would be good for their economy. I see how that could seem racist to anybody who hasn't taught about it properly if that's what you mean, but how is it my problem that others don't think before they comment?
And yes I am aware that putting Africans in a factory is going to end up as slavery because power corrupts, but that's why we choose a new president/Chancelor/Prime minister every 4 years so the same should be done.
Do you really, honestly not comprehend how racist this sounds? Are you truly that clueless? Have you done any of the reading that I assigned you above?
knoest26 wrote:Now, I simply don't care about who finds me racist and for what reason. I know what I am and why, no need to agree with me.
When someone says that you sound like a racist, there are essentially two responses: you can deny that you are being racist and keep on doing whatever it is that you are doing, or you can try to understand what you are doing that is offensive and try to change it. The former is what a racist would do, while the latter is what someone who is trying not to be a racist would do. What are you doing?