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Agree... chinese di bayataku radu kabatti cheppalemu..

Pakka states ki padadu and we call names,
North easterns ni antamu
north south issues

ilantivi cheppukuntu pothe enno mana deggara..




I have only experience with usa they make fun of people from other college's states
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we are not racists, we are not aware about the sensitivities of other poeple antey ... as we lived in a shell for too long

in my first visit to USA i got petrified when the people around were wishing me every time i went out .. why are they wishing me, i was paranoid thinking .. after a couple of days i realized its called 'courtesy' ... 

ade india lo, once in a hotel buffet i saw a star hero wife and just wished out of courtesy .. she made a big fuss about privacy and all ... 

teh receptionist in USA laughed when i pronounced 'Saj Josse' ... then after a couple of days of stay, i asked the same lady if she can utter 'santha noothala paadu' over a smoke and laughter at her too ...

most of us .. with out any racism .. call each other nalloda, erroda, thelloda etc., we all belong to same race .. we dont distinguish whether he is indian or Caribbean ... 
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we are not racists, we are not aware about the sensitivities of other poeple antey ... as we lived in a shell for too long.,;


True many people are confused here. India has problem of division based on religion and caste. But people here associating calling somebody as nalloda as racism don't know the issue that can be considered bullying in my opinion.
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we are not racists, we are not aware about the sensitivities of other poeple antey ... as we lived in a shell for too long

Precisely what I said.. we just dont realise its racism... infact racism ane word chala confine ayipoyindi ee blacks and whites issues lo.. I feel it should be a broad term to include all discriminations.. 
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How many countries have you lived in to make such a statement?
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One of which is described by our Media as the most racists and cinemas lo jokes kooda chesaru 
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One of which is described by our Media as the most racists and cinemas lo jokes kooda chesaru 
Kangaroolu tirige desham meeke anthunte pululu simhalu tirige desham maakentha undali ra πŸ˜ƒ

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Dark skin vallani kaalu anelaga... White skin/Brown skin vallaki edaina other tags tho pilisthara????

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Kangaroolu tirige desham meeke anthunte pululu simhalu tirige desham maakentha undali ra πŸ˜ƒ
em DSP Narasimham .... 
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Dark skin vallani kaalu anelaga... White skin/Brown skin vallaki edaina other tags tho pilisthara????



ghora is white .. khalaa is black... we dont call ourselves brown until we travel abroad ... so no local slang

hindi lo aitey ... ghoriya churana mera jiya .. goriya re goriya re .. gori tera gaav bada pyaa raa .. iyanni IH songs .. 
ee lekkana ... mana hindi cinema lyricists ni eppudo lopata eyyala

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ghora is white .. khalaa is black... we dont call ourselves brown until we travel abroad ... so no local slang

hindi lo aitey ... ghoriya churana mera jiya .. goriya re goriya re .. gori tera gaav bada pyaa raa .. iyanni IH songs .. 
ee lekkana ... mana hindi cinema lyricists ni eppudo lopata eyyala

Tamil lo vishal kooda aa madyana every movie lo nenu nalupu nuvu telupu type lyrics set chesevadu songs lo πŸ˜ƒ



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inthaki ee sammy gaadu westindian aa pakisthani aa ?
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Rangu Taggadu.. Sannagayyadu.. Laavekkadu

mundiy maneyandra daridrullara sagam desham bagupadutundi ..

Addala rockss..

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One ghora guy came ...that kaala guy...chinku ...ivanni common....nothing to do with racism...

ghora annnatte kaala antamu ...
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How are you all making these statements? Have you lived in other countries apart from these two for extended period?


I am not saying other countries lo people are not racist ani..almost all countries do have the same problems. We are openly racist and we dont know it or we make reasons for it and that is more dangerous as we will never address the issue or sidestep it. I can prove it to you... Oka sari velli intlo i am marrying a black/muslim/sc/st ani cheppandi ..You will get your answer. 

Being the two largest democracies we cannot accept such behaviour openly. We strive and espouse to hold ourselves to a higher standard hence the scrutiny will be more intense than anywhere else.
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we are not racists, we are not aware about the sensitivities of other poeple antey ... as we lived in a shell for too long

in my first visit to USA i got petrified when the people around were wishing me every time i went out .. why are they wishing me, i was paranoid thinking .. after a couple of days i realized its called 'courtesy' ... 

ade india lo, once in a hotel buffet i saw a star hero wife and just wished out of courtesy .. she made a big fuss about privacy and all ... 

teh receptionist in USA laughed when i pronounced 'Saj Josse' ... then after a couple of days of stay, i asked the same lady if she can utter 'santha noothala paadu' over a smoke and laughter at her too ...

most of us .. with out any racism .. call each other nalloda, erroda, thelloda etc., we all belong to same race .. we dont distinguish whether he is indian or Caribbean ... 

Who is that star hero wife #DBwantstoknow
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Nobody calls north Indians chapathi batch may be you do. I think in India people from north east are the ones who are impacted by racism, caste is also a big issue and hopefully we will fix it.



May be you don't know...many ppl refer north indians as chapati batch..

Don't conclude anything please..
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I am not saying other countries lo people are not racist ani..almost all countries do have the same problems. We are openly racist and we dont know it or we make reasons for it and that is more dangerous as we will never address the issue or sidestep it. I can prove it to you... Oka sari velli intlo i am marrying a black/muslim/sc/st ani cheppandi ..You will get your answer. 

Being the two largest democracies we cannot accept such behaviour openly. We strive and espouse to hold ourselves to a higher standard hence the scrutiny will be more intense than anywhere else.


Forget who it is my mom and my wife will kill me first πŸ˜‰

Yeah i do understand that most people dont even know they are being racist when they do a lot of stuff in India. Forget racism they dont know they are even being rude to others in India, like in a store people go and say "Babu go get that shoes etc" which is very rude in US . Yes there is definite need for education in that front but I think it will get better in next generation nothing can be done for previous generation.


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May be you don't know...many ppl refer north indians as chapati batch..

Don't conclude anything please..


Ok Sorry for my ignorance but calling chapathi batch or rice batch is your understanding of racism I dont really understand it correctly.

For me looking down on people because they eat chapathi or having prejudices on people who eat chapathi is racist. But because somebody likes chapathi you call him chapathi fellow not sure what is bad about it. Even calling northie batch or andhra people will also become racist
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I am interested to know one statistic.. ee thread lo "nallodu" ani pilavadam problem ee kaadu antunna vallallo % of people whose skin color is brown/black..

roju ala pilipinchukuntunna vallaku telustadi baadha
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I am interested to know one statistic.. ee thread lo "nallodu" ani pilavadam problem ee kaadu antunna vallallo % of people whose skin color is brown/black..

roju ala pilipinchukuntunna vallaku telustadi baadha



If somebody is getting offended by it you cant call him anything forget nallodu. We use a lot of such words in india takla, motu etc. Yes we have to learn to be sensitive about all of them but equating that to racism is not right. atleast that is my opinion I am also saying Ishant should say sorry and stop using that word in future.
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Dark skin vallani kaalu anelaga... White skin/Brown skin vallaki edaina other tags tho pilisthara????



tellaga erraga unna kuda manchi bhoothlatho pilustaru @praveenu miya.
pilavali ante matalu karuvu ledu
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tellaga erraga unna kuda manchi bhoothlatho pilustaru @praveenu miya.

Ave enti mama?
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If somebody is getting offended by it you cant call him anything forget nallodu. We use a lot of such words in india takla, motu etc. Yes we have to learn to be sensitive about all of them but equating that to racism is not right. atleast that is my opinion I am also saying Ishant should say sorry and stop using that word in future.


Personally I don't care people call it racism or anything.. 

The moment you say we Indians use such words in casual manner, I kind of feel sad about our state of affairs even more.. because it just normalizes stuff and puts across a point saying its ok to use it by larger society.. not just 'black', but anything related to any ethnicity, skin color, race, religion etc.

Thumb rule for me is 'never normalize and generalize anything which can cause hurt (physically or mentally)'
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Personally I don't care people call it racism or anything.. 

The moment you say we Indians use such words in casual manner, I kind of feel sad about our state of affairs even more.. because it just normalizes stuff and puts across a point saying its ok to use it by larger society.. not just 'black', but anything related to any ethnicity, skin color, race, religion etc.

Thumb rule for me is 'never normalize and generalize anything which can cause hurt (physically or mentally)'



I never said its ok but you cant stop from people making fun of each other I was called bakoda all my life it was not an issue for me. But if somebody feels hurt people should be sensitive to stop calling it.

My only problem was confusing racism with being rude. Anyways I am sorry if this is important for you atleast me personally I never call anybody based on their physical traits but I can understand two friends calling each other takla and kala as long as either of them is not hurt.



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I never said its ok but you cant stop from people making fun of each other I was called bakoda all my life it was not an issue for me. But if somebody feels hurt people should be sensitive to stop calling it.

My only problem was confusing racism with being rude. Anyways I am sorry if this is important for you atleast me personally I never call anybody based on their physical traits but I can understand two friends calling each other takla and kala as long as either of them is not hurt.





sorry enduku andi.. I wasn't quoting you personally but in general.. I barely qualify as someone for this to affect me personally..

all I am saying is 'fun between friends' is not equal to "its ok to call people 'nalloda', 'bakkoda'" and if people say it hurts (even in this thread), we shouldn't brush off saying "nalloda ani pilisthe tappu ledu or no issues" (again not to you but to everyone in this thread)
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sorry enduku andi.. I wasn't quoting you personally but in general.. I barely qualify as someone for this to affect me personally..

all I am saying is 'fun between friends' is not equal to "its ok to call people 'nalloda', 'bakkoda'" and if people say it hurts (even in this thread), we shouldn't brush off saying "nalloda ani pilisthe tappu ledu or no issues" (again not to you but to everyone in this thread)


I never said it's not an issue all I tried to showcase was it is different from racism but it is just an opinion
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I never said it's not an issue all I tried to showcase was it is different from racism but it is just an opinion

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..my bad shouldn't have quoted you when I was mentioning about others

 

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I never said its ok but you cant stop from people making fun of each other I was called bakoda all my life it was not an issue for me. But if somebody feels hurt people should be sensitive to stop calling it.

My only problem was confusing racism with being rude. Anyways I am sorry if this is important for you atleast me personally I never call anybody based on their physical traits but I can understand two friends calling each other takla and kala as long as either of them is not hurt.




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I never said its ok but you cant stop from people making fun of each other I was called bakoda all my life it was not an issue for me. But if somebody feels hurt people should be sensitive to stop calling it.

My only problem was confusing racism with being rude. Anyways I am sorry if this is important for you atleast me personally I never call anybody based on their physical traits but I can understand two friends calling each other takla and kala as long as either of them is not hurt.



Aussies valla friends ni Cunt ani pilustharu.. and sometimes kopam lo nachani vadini mate ani pilustharu... in fact rendu actual opposite meaning.. But the same if they call me, will I accept? 

Basic ga Sammy issue lo ade ayindi.. manaki correct anipinchinadi andariki avvalani ledu.. choice of words is very important and racism anedi just color based ke generalise cheyyalemu
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Aussies valla friends ni Cunt ani pilustharu.. and sometimes kopam lo nachani vadini mate ani pilustharu... in fact rendu actual opposite meaning.. But the same if they call me, will I accept? 

Basic ga Sammy issue lo ade ayindi.. manaki correct anipinchinadi andariki avvalani ledu.. choice of words is very important and racism anedi just color based ke generalise cheyyalemu


Yeah I am saying the same thing if a person feels offended by some term say sorry and stop using it. I am also not saying racism is to do with colour casteism is also racism.

But comparing kala to nigger and saying somebody being called nalloda is same as racism is something I don't think is true.
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There is a difference b/w callibn people "black" Vs "blacky"

1. You are at a restaurant. A black stranger whom you don't know ordered something and you saw that. He is sitting across the room amongst other people. The waiter brings you his order. You show the black man in the crowd and tell the waiter "that black man's order". Nothing wrong.

2. You know the black man's name. It is civil to refer to him by his name and not "that black man" anymore. Calling him black man even after you know his name IS provocative.

3. Black is alright in many situations. Blackie is not. If you go call a black guy as "hey blackie, come here", the situation can turn out in two ways. If he is an educated guy, he will report you to the authorities. If he is a low class guy, he will beat the crap out of you or atleast his friends will.

4. Kala is black, kalu is blackie. You may call your dog blackie out of affection, not another human being.

5. Ishanth Sharma tappu undhi gaani it is not vicious racism, but rather casual racism. Daani full impact telika ignorance tho jarigina tappu.
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Also if anyone is into American shows and their pop culture you might have observed that black artists like jay-z is called ugly all the time by both white and black people. But will smith or Denzel is considered as sexy by both white and black people. In their culture they usually don't look at the skin tone or race when they are assessing the looks of a person.

Mana deggara Chichi Vijay sethupathy em baguntaadu, nallodu ane konni rakaalu untayi.

Also ee heroines andharu Chesey fairness ads, nallaga unnappudu ugly GA unnam ani open ga chepthaaru. Outright racism adhi.
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general ga us lo black emo black anukuntaru ade vere vallu ante kummutaru. But naaku kondaru vundevaru friends blacks lo. Nice guys.
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Ok Sorry for my ignorance but calling chapathi batch or rice batch is your understanding of racism I dont really understand it correctly.

For me looking down on people because they eat chapathi or having prejudices on people who eat chapathi is racist. But because somebody likes chapathi you call him chapathi fellow not sure what is bad about it. Even calling northie batch or andhra people will also become racist

I'm just correcting you on that stmt... Im not taking any sides here..

Racism is a perception.. IMO
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There is a difference b/w callibn people "black" Vs "blacky"

1. You are at a restaurant. A black stranger whom you don't know ordered something and you saw that. He is sitting across the room amongst other people. The waiter brings you his order. You show the black man in the crowd and tell the waiter "that black man's order". Nothing wrong.

2. You know the black man's name. It is civil to refer to him by his name and not "that black man" anymore. Calling him black man even after you know his name IS provocative.

3. Black is alright in many situations. Blackie is not. If you go call a black guy as "hey blackie, come here", the situation can turn out in two ways. If he is an educated guy, he will report you to the authorities. If he is a low class guy, he will beat the crap out of you or atleast his friends will.

4. Kala is black, kalu is blackie. You may call your dog blackie out of affection, not another human being.

5. Ishanth Sharma tappu undhi gaani it is not vicious racism, but rather casual racism. Daani full impact telika ignorance tho jarigina tappu.


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Daren Sammy makes bizarre claim, says bouncer rule was introduced to limit success of black team

first part success avatam tho, second part vadiladu
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Daren Sammy makes bizarre claim, says bouncer rule was introduced to limit success of black team

first part success avatam tho, second part vadiladu
ante over ki aaru bouncers veyala endhi....mental fellow
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Daren Sammy makes bizarre claim, says bouncer rule was introduced to limit success of black team

first part success avatam tho, second part vadiladu


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Next...
White jersey's in tests were introduced to insult black teams.
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Andhuke tappu chesinodni punish chesi aapeyali ..ila sympathy chupinchi peddadhi cheyya koodadhu

Usa lo aa white cop ni kummi lopata eyali .. oo ani blacks andariki sympathy supincharu .. allu dochukunnaru usa meedha padi .. fear fear anta
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Manaki unna population and diversity ki we are not too bad
Friends and relatives madyalo tags petti maatladatam chustam but that is not very common too
Kontha mandi edo comedy anukuni maatladtaru
It can mostly be categorised as ignorance and insensitive. Mean people and bullies are everywhere but that stops after a certain age.
Oka saari ala pilavaddu antey majority cases lo they stop
It is not institutionalised. We don’t get jailed or shot at or denied an entry or any of that sort for being black in India
Most powerful positions lo we have every kind
We revere fair skin traditionally but we don’t look down on someone for being black. Some make fun but that is mostly in private space which is mean and insensitive but not racist
Hindu gods ni kuda different colours lo describe chestaru but it is a fact that white skin is first preference in describing beauty for many. That is a personal thing ingrained from culture not racism
We did well by introducing reservations to bring the truly discriminated classes forward
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bilacks ... rich,poor no matter how big the status ... always play the victim card
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