Since the start of mankind, we have seen us, humans, complain against the huge difficulties humanity have faced or is going to face. What we don’t realize is that we are creating all these troubles from within ourselves. From the acute shortage of water that the world fears in the near future to the fear of nuclear weapons, all were indeed created by humans themselves. Explaining the roots of all the dilemmas is fairly easy. Just take one issue faced in human societies, i.e. RACISM. Every one of us might have regularly heard the news about humans murdering their fellow humans over color, social status and many other sleek factors that were created within us. Pay attention to human nature- it has always been in the complexity of feeling superior or inferior, which sometimes makes certain humans, so barbaric that they might kill fellow humans over such piffling differences.
Taking the topic of racism to a national level, racism doesn’t necessarily exist on the same scale everywhere. Every country has its own kind of people and conditions. Many of the nations might be the ones are normally considered as superior nations with no downfalls. We have classified the top 10 most racist countries, which are known for the large scale of racism, in the following rundown:
Despite the great Nelson Mandela devoting his life to end racism in South Africa, unfortunately, some groups still haven’t accepted the government’s policies to end racism. The prices of products and goods in some specific areas of South Africa may vary depending on your race, color and many other social factors. Pathetic isn’t it. While you are going in a mall and get a thing in 5 USD while a negro get the same thing in 10 USD.
9-United States of America
The United States is usually thought of as a place of peace, happiness and prosperity. However, a general assumption might not be the true face of every area of the United States. Particularly, towards the Deep South and Mid-West regions of the United States. Texas, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina and Tennessee are considered most racist states in US where racism has become a routine. It is practiced against Asians, Africans, South Americans and even the natives of USA i.e. the Native Americans, racism exists in the United States though on a small scale.
While analyzing most racist countries in Europe,United Kingdom is on top. The racial generalizations are not another thing around the Britain. The racial uproars are basically in the groups of Indigenous whites. Around 87,000 individuals from dark profile admitted to have been confronted a racially roused scene in their schedules while 92,000 whites have likewise been acknowledged to get a racial imprint. These large figures make UK in the list of most racist countries.
Australia doesn’t appear like a nation that can be bigot however the real side is on the contrary. The vast majority of the general population who live in Australia have relocated there from different nations. But then, they feel that any new individual who relocates or moves to Australia to bring home the bacon ought to come back to their nations of origin. In 2009, there were numerous cases in Australia wherein Indians were focused on and bugged. Just about 100 cases were recorded and in 23 cases, there were racial connotations. The laws were made stricter and the circumstance has become much better at this point.
Why did rebellion groups like Chechnya and Dagestan originate in Russia? Well the answer to this lies in the fact that in Russia the Non-Russians need to confront the fierceness of the conservative Russians. Africans, Chinese and Caucasians are the real ethnic casualties. The vagrants need to confront the truths and the results of the devotion and pigeonhole.
Japanese despite the fact that they claim to have an ethnically liberal and shunning state, yet have never done what’s necessary to limit the bullheaded thoughts and xenophobic dispositions winning in the general public. The outside nationals and exiles are confronting a portion of the most noticeably awful situations as they are stopped to specific exercises and administrations being offered by the legislature. The U.N has distributed a report a few years back highlighting the bigot society thriving in the Japan. According to the report, the affected include the American Japanese and Brazilian Japanese who are the ones most influenced with the low acknowledgment and consistent pyramidal bigotry.
The obsession developed by the Hitler has never kicked the bucket in the United Germany. To explain racism in Germany, let’s take the example of National Democratic Party in the country which is repeatedly prosecuted for inducing the Neo-Nazi account on their part and power. The gatherings like Free German Worker’s Party and National Activists are most likely banned, however, are still yet spreading through underground networks. Black individuals are additionally treated with most exceedingly terrible state of mind.
Very few people might have heard of Rwanda but when classifying the most racist countries, the name of this state cannot be ignored. The Rwanda genocide of 1994 is a sign of disgrace in the mankind’s history. It was a horrible time where two ethnic races of Rwanda were at loggerheads and this contention brought about the inside and out and outright butchering of more than 800,000 individuals in Rwanda. The two tribes, Tutsi and Hutu were the ones included where the Tutsi tribe faced the casualties and the Hutu tribe was the culprit. Strains exist between the two even today and even a little start can touch off the fore of blood and abhor in the nation.
One of the most racist country in the world. Israel has been amidst debate for some numerous years now. What’s more, it has been so due to the wrongdoings conferred against the general population of Palestine and the Israeli Arabs. Their unjust interference into the land of some other nation has sparked up a race war. After the World War 2, another state was cut for the Jews and the first tenants of the area were compelled to end up displaced people in their own territory. Consequently started the continuous clash amongst Israel and Palestine. Be that as it may, today, we can extremely well perceive how Israel has been abusing the general population and segregation on many racial and social grounds.
India, a place where there are so many assorted types of nations living together is likewise the most supremacist nation on the planet. India is the most racist country on the planet and even today, a youngster conceived in the Indian family is taught to love anybody with white skin and look downward at anybody with dim skin. Furthermore, hence was conceived the Indian prejudice against Africans and other dim colored individuals. A reasonably cleaned outsider gets treated like a divine being and a dull cleaned one is dealt with extremely bad attitude. Among Indians themselves too, there are clashes amongst standings and individuals from various locales like the issue between Marathi Manoos and Biharis. Last but not the least, the frequent vicious attacks by Hindus on Muslims plays a major part in making India a land of complexities and racism. Even racism is taught in Hinduism, Whereas Brahmans are classified with gods while Sudras are categorized with animals:
” The murder of a Sudra by a Brahman is equal only to killing a cat or a frog or a cow “
Donald Trump is a born racist so we think he deserve to be rated as a country
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump may have failed to disavow the Ku Klux Klan in late February, but he’ll have you know he is not racist. In fact, he claims to be “the least racist person that you have ever met,” and last summer he pulled out the old standby about not having a racist bone in his body.
But he hasn’t given us a lot of reason to believe that. In fact, despite Trump’s protests to the contrary, he has a long history of saying and doing racist things. It’s not really surprising that he’s won the support and praise of the country’s white supremacists.
Here’s a running list of some of the most glaringly racist things associated with Trump. We’re sure we’ll be adding to it soon.
The Justice Department sued his company — twice — for not renting to black people
When Trump was serving as the president of his family’s real estate company, the Trump Management Corporation, in 1973, the Justice Department sued the company for alleged racial discrimination against black people looking to rent apartments in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.
The lawsuit charged that the company quoted different rental terms and conditions to black rental candidates than it did with white candidates, and that the company lied to black applicants about apartments not being available. Trump called those accusations “absolutely ridiculous” and sued the Justice Department for $100 million in damages for defamation.
Without admitting wrongdoing, the Trump Management Corporation settled the original lawsuit two years later and promised not to discriminate against black people, Puerto Ricans or other minorities. Trump also agreed to send weekly vacancy lists for his 15,000 apartments to the New York Urban League, a civil rights group, and to allow the NYUL to present qualified applicants for vacancies in certain Trump properties.
Just three years after that, the Justice Department sued the Trump Management Corporation again for allegedly discriminating against black applicants by telling them apartments weren’t available.
In fact, discrimination against black people has been a pattern in his career
Workers at Trump’s casinos in Atlantic City, New Jersey, have accused him of racism over the years. The New Jersey Casino Control Commission fined the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino $200,000 in 1992 because managers would remove African-American card dealers at the request of a certain big-spending gambler. A state appeals court upheld the fine.
The first-person account of at least one black Trump casino employee in Atlantic City suggests the racist practices were consistent with Trump’s personal behavior toward black workers.
“When Donald and Ivana came to the casino, the bosses would order all the black people off the floor,” Kip Brown, a former employee at Trump’s Castle, told the New Yorker for a September article. “It was the eighties, I was a teen-ager, but I remember it: they put us all in the back.”
Trump disparaged his black casino employees as “lazy” in vividly bigoted terms,according to a 1991 book by John O’Donnell, a former president of Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino.
“And isn’t it funny. I’ve got black accountants at Trump Castle and Trump Plaza. Black guys counting my money! I hate it,” O’Donnell recalled Trump saying. “The only kind of people I want counting my money are short guys that wear yarmulkes every day.”
“I think the guy is lazy,” Trump said of a black employee, according to O’Donnell. “And it’s probably not his fault because laziness is a trait in blacks. It really is, I believe that. It’s not anything they can control.”
Trump has also faced charges of reneging on commitments to hire black people. In 1996, 20 African Americans in Indiana sued Trump for failing to honor a promise to hire mostly minority workers for a riverboat casino on Lake Michigan.
He refused to condemn the white supremacists who are campaigning for him
Three times in a row on Feb. 28, Trump sidestepped opportunities to renounce white nationalist and former KKK leader David Duke, who told his radio audience last week that voting for any candidate other than Trump is “really treason to your heritage.”
When asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper if he would condemn Duke and say he didn’t want a vote from him or any other white supremacists, Trump claimed that he didn’t know anything about white supremacists or about Duke himself. When Tapper pressed him twice more, Trump said he couldn’t condemn a group he hadn’t yet researched.
By Feb. 29, Trump was saying that in fact he does disavow Duke, and that the only reason he didn’t do so on CNN was because of a “lousy earpiece.” Video of the exchange, however, shows Trump responding quickly to Tapper’s questions with no apparent difficulty in hearing.
It’s preposterous to think that Trump doesn’t know about white supremacist groups or their sometimes violent support of him. Reports of neo-Nazi groups rallying around Trump go back as far as August.
His white supremacist fan club includes the Daily Stormer, a leading neo-Nazi news site; Richard Spencer, director of the National Policy Institute, which aims to promote the “heritage, identity, and future of European people”; Jared Taylor, editor of American Renaissance, a Virginia-based white nationalist magazine; Michael Hill, head of the League of the South, an Alabama-based white supremacist secessionist group; and Brad Griffin, a member of Hill’s League of the South and author of the popular white supremacist blog Hunter Wallace.
A leader of the Virginia KKK who is backing Trump told a local TV reporter earlier this month, “The reason a lot of Klan members like Donald Trump is because a lot of what he believes, we believe in.”
And most recently, the Trump campaign announced that one of its California primary delegates was William Johnson, chair of the white nationalist American Freedom Party. The Trump campaign subsequently said his inclusion was a mistake, and Johnson withdrew his name at their request.
He questions whether President Obama was born in the United States
Long before calling Mexican immigrants “criminals” and “rapists,” Trump was a leading proponent of “birtherism,” the racist conspiracy theory that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States and is thus an illegitimate president. Trump claimed in 2011 to have sent people to Hawaii to investigate whether Obama was really born there. He insisted at the time that the researchers “cannot believe what they are finding.”
Obama ultimately got the better of Trump, releasing his long-form birth certificate and relentlessly mocking the real estate mogul about it at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner that year.
But Trump continues to insinuate that the president was not born in the country.
He treats racial groups as monoliths
Like many racial instigators, Trump often answers accusations of bigotry by loudly protesting that he actually loves the group in question. But that’s just as uncomfortable to hear, because he’s still treating all the members of the group — all the individual human beings — as essentially the same and interchangeable. Language is telling, here: Virtually every time Trump mentions a minority group, he uses the definite article the, as in “the Hispanics,” “the Muslims” and “the blacks.”
In that sense, Trump’s defensive explanations are of a piece with his slander of minorities. Both rely on essentializing racial and ethnic groups, blurring them into simple, monolithic entities, instead of acknowledging that there’s as much variety among Muslims and Latinos and black people as there is among white people.
How did Trump respond to the outrage last year that followed his characterization of Mexican immigrants as criminals and rapists?
“I’ll take jobs back from China, I’ll take jobs back from Japan,” Trump said during his visit to the U.S.-Mexican border in July. “The Hispanics are going to get those jobs, and they’re going to love Trump.”
“The Hispanics are going to get those jobs, and they’re going to love Trump.”Donald Trump, July 2015
How did Trump respond to critics of his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the U.S.?
“I’m doing good for the Muslims,” Trump told CNN in December. “Many Muslim friends of mine are in agreement with me. They say, ‘Donald, you brought something up to the fore that is so brilliant and so fantastic.’”
Not long before he called for a blanket ban on Muslims entering the country, Trump was proclaiming his affection for “the Muslims,” disagreeing with rival candidate Ben Carson’s claim in September that being a Muslim should disqualify someone from running for president.
“I love the Muslims. I think they’re great people,” Trump said, insisting that he would be willing to name a Muslim to his presidential cabinet.
How did Trump respond to the people who called him out for funding an investigation into whether Obama was born in the United States?
“I have a great relationship with the blacks,” Trump said in April 2011. “I’ve always had a great relationship with the blacks.”
Even when Trump has dropped the definite article “the,” his attempts at praising minority groups he has previously slandered have been offensive.
Look no further than the infamous Cinco de Mayo taco bowl tweet:
Former Republican presidential candidate and Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) had agood breakdown of everything that was wrong with Trump’s comment.
“It’s like eating a watermelon and saying ‘I love African-Americans,’” Bush quipped.
He trashed Native Americans, too
In 1993, when Trump wanted to open a casino in Bridgeport, Connecticut, that would compete with one owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Nation, a local Native American tribe, he told the House subcommittee on Native American Affairs that “they don’t look like Indians to me… They don’t look like Indians to Indians.”
Trump then elaborated on those remarks, which were unearthed last year in the Hartford Courant, by saying the mafia had infiltrated Indian casinos.
He encouraged the mob justice that resulted in the wrongful imprisonment of the Central Park Five
In 1989, Trump took out full-page ads in four New York City-area newspapers calling for the return of the death penalty in New York and the expansion of police authority in response to the infamous case of a woman who was beaten and raped while jogging in Manhattan’s Central Park.
“They should be forced to suffer and, when they kill, they should be executed for their crimes,” Trump wrote, referring to the Central Park attackers and other violent criminals. “I want to hate these murderers and I always will.”
The public outrage over the Central Park jogger rape, at a time when the city was struggling with high crime, led to the wrongful conviction of five teenagers of color known as the Central Park Five.
The men’s convictions were overturned in 2002, after they’d already spent years in prison, when DNA evidence showed they did not commit the crime. Today, their case is considered a cautionary tale about a politicized criminal justice process.
Trump, however, still thinks the men are guilty.
He condoned the beating of a Black Lives Matter protester
At a November campaign rally in Alabama, Trump supporters physically attackedan African-American protester after the man began chanting “Black lives matter.” Video of the incident shows the assailants kicking the man after he has already fallen to the ground.
The following day, Trump implied that the attackers were justified.
“Maybe [the protester] should have been roughed up,” he mused. “It was absolutely disgusting what he was doing.”
Trump’s dismissive attitude toward the protester is part of a larger, troubling patternof instigating violence toward protesters at campaign events that has singled out people of color.
One reason Trump may have exhibited special disdain for that particular demonstrator in November, however, is because he believes the entire Black Lives Matter movement lacks legitimate policy grievances. He alluded to these views in an interview with the New York Times magazine this week when he described Ferguson, Missouri, as one of the most dangerous places in America. The small St. Louis suburb is not even in the top 20 highest-crime municipalities in the country.
He called supporters who beat up a homeless Latino man “passionate”
Trump’s racial incitement has already inspired hate crimes. Two brothers arrestedin Boston last summer for beating up a homeless Latino man cited Trump’s anti-immigrant message when explaining why they did it.
“Donald Trump was right — all these illegals need to be deported,” one of the men reportedly told police officers.
Trump did not even bother to distance himself from them. Instead, he suggested that the men were well-intentioned and had simply gotten carried away.
“I will say that people who are following me are very passionate,” Trump said. “They love this country and they want this country to be great again. They are passionate.”
He stereotyped Jews as good negotiators — and political masterminds
When Trump addressed the Republican Jewish Coalition in December, he tried to relate to the crowd by invoking the stereotype of Jews as talented and cunning businesspeople.
“I’m a negotiator, like you folks,” Trump told the crowd, touting his book The Art of the Deal.
“Is there anyone who doesn’t renegotiate deals in this room?” Trump said. “Perhaps more than any room I’ve spoken to.”
But that wasn’t even the most offensive thing Trump told his Jewish audience. He implied that he had little chance of earning the Jewish Republican group’s support, because his fealty could not be bought with campaign donations.
“You’re not going to support me, because I don’t want your money,” he said. “You want to control your own politician.”
Ironically, Trump has many close Jewish family members. His daughter Ivankaconverted to Judaism in 2009 before marrying the real estate mogul Jared Kushner. Trump and Kushner raise their two children in an observant Jewish home.
It’s maybe not surprising that Trump has brought so much racial animus into the 2016 election cycle, given his family history. His father, Fred Trump, was the target of folk singer Woody Guthrie’s lyrics after Guthrie lived for two years in a building owned by Trump pere: “I suppose / Old Man Trump knows / Just how much / Racial hate / He stirred up / In the bloodpot of human hearts.”
And last fall, a news report from 1927 surfaced on the site Boing Boing, revealing that Fred Trump was arrested that year following a KKK riot in Queens. It’s not clear exactly what the elder Trump was doing there or what role he may have played in the riot. Donald Trump, for his part, has categorically denied (except when he’sambiguously denied) that anything of the sort ever happened.
Editor’s note: Donald Trump is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist,misogynist, birther and bully who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.