I guess you’re wondering why I say so, because we’re not racists. Then let me give you some examples on racist actions happening in Norway (and other places). It’s still hard for black people to get a job because of their last name and skin colour. They can have a degree and therefore many years of study behind them, but they’re not considered equal to an ethnic Norwegian. My father who’s from Peru had a hard time getting someone to hire him fulltime, he has a good degree and tons of experience, but still faced discrimination. A friend of mine didn’t get a job in her racist hometown, because she looks how she looks. They want white girls behind the counters. I don’t like having to witness or hear about my friend’s bad experiences with white people touching their hair as if they were pets. Just because their hair is different doesn’t give anyone the right to touch it before they even asked, and then ask if it’s fake. Its not right hearing on the streets a guy asking a girl do you know that nigger, and she’s like “no, …no… “ After she just waved at him and therefore pretty clear she new him. Why should anyone be ashamed of having a black friend? I don’t understand why Norwegians have to tell people with other ethnicities that when they speak perfect Norwegian “You’re almost Norwegian!” Well, they ARE Norwegian! I feel sad on behalf of Kenyan-Norwegian Stella Mwangi who obviously didn’t get further in the Eurovision contest because of her ethnicity, and has gotten very cruel remarks. But if she’d won the competition we would all be happy to call her a Norwegian.
Why do white people still cling to white supremacy and the belief that white people are smarter than other’s? We’re the same race and have equal mental capacity. We have to change the ways of old and become an including society, where we’re all considered equal!