I used to feel bad when I see FOBs and other minorities being on the receiving end of racism in Australia.
However, after living abroad now for a few years, my sympathy for them has dwindled to something close to non-existent.
Why was this so?
Well.. lets see, in places like Asia, you will stand out in a homogenous population. People will refer to you as foreigner in their native tongue, people will make jokes against you in their language, they
- People will refer to you as a “foreigner” in their native tongue which isn’t a bad thing, but your identity will revolve around this regardless of if you stay in a place 1 year or 30 years. You might be fluent in their language but still, you’ll never truly belong.
- People will make jokes regarding you in their native language, some of which will be rather harsh.
- People will use the biased media, authorities against you to absolve themselves of any guilt in any contentious situations.
- Any type of relationship you enter with a female, you will stand out in public places with constant staring and snark remarks which will attempt to degrade your partners value (This only applies if she’s hot). The local jealousy is strong when a hot chick is dating a foreigner in most countries. In order to supplicate their own failures with hot girls, they attempt to push down the girls value. However on the upside, if you have your shit together, you will be regularly pulling hot girls that wouldn’t even consider for a second to open their legs for the average local guy.
- The above point also regularly leads to fights, and yeah since Aussies would probably beat most of these guys to an inch of their life one-on-one it’s usually a ten-on-one fight in Asia. This is what “Fair” means to them.
- Authorities simply will not give a fuck about you. Police won’t care if you’ve been robbed, beaten up, scammed etc. Anything bad that happens to you, then, well you may as well be on your own. Because that’s how you will feel.
- You will be denied employment opportunities purely based on your appearance. (Note: It’s very common for CV’s to require a photo in some parts of the world)
- The media will shame you for the smallest thing, you could easily make the news for something that occurs daily amongst locals of that country. Eg. an argument with a partner, a small car accident etc.
- Every day you’ll say where you’re from, what you do, how long you’ve lived there.
- You will be scammed, cheated, and exploited at almost every opportunity from the local underclass.
As you can see, non-Australians have it pretty good in Australia. A lot of these issues are either non-existent or rare in Australia.
So if you aren’t a leftist loser that cried when Hilary flopped, then don’t feel bad at all, let them have it, cause they sure aren’t going to do you any favours if you were on their turf.