Why are the people of Tijuana displaying "white privilege" symptoms when it comes to the caravan? Are they racists?
- Anonymous2 years agoFavorite Answer
lol. I guess so.
It's amusing to see liberals scrambling to explain the Mexican resistance against the caravan given that their narrative for years has been that anyone against illegal immigration hates brown people.
- StephenWeinsteinLv 72 years ago
No, because the word "racism" refers to the REASON why something is done, not what is done.
If a person whose country needs more foreigners, such as the U.S., does something because the foreigners are Hispanic, that is racist.
But if someone whose country has enough foreigners, such as Mexico, does something for that reason, and doesn't care about the race of the foreigners, that is not racist.
The difference is the reason.
- 2 years ago
Turns out "privilege" has more to do with socioeconomics than with race or ethnicity.