« on: September 14, 2005, 02:27:41 PM »
Is it just an assumption or do black people IN GENERAL hate koreans??
I ask this because I remember that there was a LA riot when Rodney King was beaten by the White police, and the Black people attacked all the korean grocery markets and destroyed everything. My parents always told me that it was indeed initiated by Koreans since Koreans made majority of their money off of African-Americans, yet still showed no respect and acted as if they were the upper class compared to the Blacks.
I also remember when Ice Cube made a rap song dissing Koreans, and some other notable hating words by others about Koreans. Is this true??
I'm not trying to start s**t, I'm just really really curious since this doesn't seem to be the case in Canada.(I'm korean btw)
With all due respect, your parents are morons.
I love when people somehow try to excuse mindless violence by blaming the victims. Koreans are also a minority, and they also experience discrimination. They are often the only people with the balls and work ethic to start up businesses in ghetto neighborhoods. In the process, they perform a valuable service for the community - selling not just liquor, but food, otc medications and other groceries.
Given that Koreans did not grow up here, one must presume that any lack of respect was generally earned by the surrounding community, in the way they acted towards the people who were simply there to perform a needed service.
With all due respect, you're mom is a female dog and she's pretty damn loose. Now, does me stating "with all due respect" make this statement less offensive? Think before you talk idiot.
I would've respected your post a lot more without the idiotic sentence.