How is saying "Go back to your country" a racist term?
How is nationality a race?
- 5 months ago
Umm I'm gonna assume the op is retarded, ig it wouldn't be racist to tell white people to go back to Europe 🤔
- 6 months ago
I don’t believe it is but I do believe it also depends on why it is being said.
(For ex: if someone hates the country & is ungrateful, whether it be a European/white, black, Mexico, ect. regardless the race I would tell him or her the same thing. It’s not racist. Liberals just think everything is racist.Source(s): Use common sense. Look around. Liberals think everything is racist. So u can’t believe everything ur told.
- TomLv 76 months ago
ANYTHING Liberals don't like is RACIST!-------A racist statement has RACE mentioned in it. And is obvious. If you have to explain WHY a statement is "Racist" YOU are the racist.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Because you’re saying it to Mexicans and Muslims but not Melania Trump.
And its more bigoted rather than racist. Just as bad.
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- COMPTONLv 76 months ago
it's not! illegal aliens use racist as an excuse
- Const. KingLv 76 months ago
There isn't one thing racist about that statement.
- Anonymous6 months ago
It isnt. The left has branded him a racist since the beginning and all statements he makes are seen through that lens. Trump could say he likes captain crunch and the left would call him a colonialist and racist.
- jakemcclakeLv 76 months ago
Well it isn't when considered by iteslf
but if you consider who he aimed that at, it can be construed as singling out someone of color, so in that sense, someone can see it as racist.
Much more importantly
it is quite divisive.
Do you think there is a way for Trump to come to an agreement about US policies with someone he has said that to.
It he does not agree with the people he said that to
where do you think that puts the US government, since we are predicated on a check and balance system between the President and the Congress/Senate. .
- oldprofLv 76 months ago
Nationality implies a race when the nation is predominantly one race. The sub-Saharan African nations are predominantly black; so telling someone they are not wanted in the US and to go back to Africa is like say they are not wanted because they are black.
And you knew that. So what's your point other than looking for an argument?
- YavanLv 76 months ago
Well… would you say that to someone of Italian descent?
Always pretending not to know…
How holy conservative America is.