If I said these things you’d call me a racist. Is this man a racist too?

An Arab man tells the East how it is on national television.

I hadn’t thought about the example of Japan at all. America bombing, invading and then forcing a democratic constitution on them. But importantly, the Japanese didn’t have a Marshall Plan and they built their modern country entirely through hard work.

Iraq could be the same but only if the Iraqi people stop blaming other people for their problems and work hard to fix them for themselves.


Is this man a racist?


Source: YouTube – A Wise & Honest Arab Muslim Man Tells Muslims The Truth About Themselves – A Must-See.

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Categories: Beliefs, Morals, People, Politics, Law

Author:Jason Sutherland

Resist the temptation to assume that you're always right or wrong. Never succumb to thinking you're so insignificant to trust your own thoughts and feelings. Always be responsible and listen carefully to others before passing judgement. Don't trust governments bearing stolen goods.

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2 Comments on “If I said these things you’d call me a racist. Is this man a racist too?”

  1. Fintan
    June 23, 2011 at 9:59 pm #

    Did he actually say that, or did someone else make up the captions? I’m not entirely convinced.

    • June 24, 2011 at 11:32 am #

      I’m not qualified to answer that, I know a bit of Farsi but Arabic is way out of my league. If you could find an Arabic speaker to verify what he said that would be much appreciated.

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