"A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots." - Marcus Garvey
"The most disrespected woman in America, is the black woman. The most un-protected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America, is the black woman" - Malcolm X
Here in SC, it's definitely Mexicans and Central Americans.
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Blacks and Arabs, and rightfully so, as they are responsible for the overwhelming majority of all crimes and social welfare cases, despite being a minority - so far.
“At some future period, not very distant as measured by centuries, the civilised races of man will almost certainly exterminate and replace throughout the world the savage races."
- Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man
I grew up in a place, which was almost exclusively white, aside from the few token minorities. There is a tendency for certain ethnic groups to concentrate in certain areas, for instance, Chinese in Richmond, Indians in Surrey and so forth. East Asians and South Asians, which are the 2 largest minority groups, aren't fit and have no desire to live in those areas, as they exist now. The Chinatowns, Little Indias (not so little anymore), etc. are rapidly consuming the area. Between the rich Chinese buying up houses like crazy in Vancouver, and the Indians packing 5 families into one Surrey home, it has made home ownership next to impossible, for regular white, working class Canadians. I really don't understand why immigrants would want to live in a ethnic ghetto, when it's the same where they came from. As for the OP, nobody likes Vietnamese or Indians around here.
Here in the Bay Area/Silicon Valley, Mexicans and Black-Americans(African immigrants are regarded as "model minority") tend to be the most looked down upon groups.
"Living or dying, it's not a big deal. What we should be concerned about is whether or not we're allowed to crawl to our graves."
Most of the people fighting about this now didn't have ancestors and currently don't even live in the area or belong to any of the tribes that are from there either. My Mexican great grandparents on my grandpa's side didn't. My New Mexican ancestors on my grandma's side did, which is why I have family still living there to this day (they didn't cross over, the border crossed them and they had a choice on which side to be on most likely as they could of joined the Mexican but didn't. They are Americans now).
That is part of human nature really. Even Natives fought with others (the Mexica/Aztecs did have quite a few enemies for example, Tlaxcalans/Talaxcaltec being one of them).
Anyways where I live, I say illegals are probably who people are most hostile towards, though that shouldn't be a surprise as that is pretty much the same everywhere. I do feel bad the people who immigrated legally and citizens who get caught up in it though and are actually trying to be part of our society, respecting our laws. They suffer the most because of the illegals.
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