Actually, she’s kind of right on Official Stitch Mask Nurse Shirt that count. Not race itself, but the modern way we see race/have only just begun to stop seeing is born from justifications of colonialism. Maybe I’m giving her too much credit with that, but she’s not necessarily off the mark. The ancient Egyptians, Romans, Mongolians, Chinese and yes Japanese promoted the idea of superior and inferior human races. It really wasn’t until Darwin that these ideas began to lose validity. So no, Europeans didn’t invent racism. The Japanese to this day are far more racist than Europeans or Americans, for example.
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Ugh, that makes me really, really sick. I’ll get outraged at Official Stitch Mask Nurse Shirt colonialism, don’t get me wrong, but that is no excuse for what Japan did. Japan participated in it too and making any kind of excuse for it – especially given the magnitudes of horror, with the Rape of Nanking and the comfort women that it currently tries to deny… the way she dodged around the question is as bad as if she’d just said, well, I don’t know, maybe the Holocaust was a complex issue and…
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Yes! Even though the Chinese viewed the Official Stitch Mask Nurse Shirt Europeans as savage, stupid barbarians with bleached hair and pale eyes that had no understanding of the principles and mandates of Heaven itself, they still gave a shit about what Britain thought. The fact that white people exist means that whites are the cause of everything. I’ve heard of Japanese people married into Korea who’s faced a lot of prejudice and problems. The fact that Japan has historically oppressed and had more power than Korea doesn’t erase their issues, but it creates an important context that privileges some voices and silences others.