Shocking Skinhead Attack on Brazilian...

Shocking Skinhead Attack on Brazilian Woman in Switzerland

There are 666 comments on the news.yahoo.com story from Feb 12, 2009, titled Shocking Skinhead Attack on Brazilian Woman in Switzerland. In it, news.yahoo.com reports that:

AP The scarred midsection, allegedly of Paula Oliveira, 26, of Brazil, can be seen in this photo taken in GENEVA Zurich police on Thursday were investigating an alleged skinhead assault on a pregnant Brazilian ...

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rushrush

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Feb 12, 2009
Shocking and tragic.
NiceFrance

Maitland, FL

#2 Feb 12, 2009
I hear all of these sad stories of racism and tragedy and it makes me almost want to never travel anywhere...almost.

“Reppin the 708”

Since: Nov 08

Harvey, IL

#3 Feb 12, 2009
NiceFrance wrote:
I hear all of these sad stories of racism and tragedy and it makes me almost want to never travel anywhere...almost.
I feel the same way sometimes. Russia is bad with the racism, because it have a large skinhead orginization in Moscow and St.Petersburg.

Since: Nov 08

United States

#4 Feb 12, 2009
WTF...She was cut 100 times, the attack was most likely racially motivated. Why was she SMILING in some of the pictures?

Since: Jul 08

Philly & London SE6

#5 Feb 12, 2009
NiceFrance wrote:
I hear all of these sad stories of racism and tragedy and it makes me almost want to never travel anywhere...almost.
Two words for you, JAMES BYRD!

May not have happened near where you live, but it was in your state.

Since: Nov 08

United States

#6 Feb 12, 2009
I guess in some countries they hear the horror stories about multicultralism and they don't want that for their country. Not the right attitude in my opinion, but who am I to say?

Since: Jul 08

Philly & London SE6

#7 Feb 12, 2009
rushrush wrote:
Shocking and tragic.
C/S
NiceFrance

Maitland, FL

#8 Feb 12, 2009
Lana17 wrote:
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Two words for you, JAMES BYRD!
May not have happened near where you live, but it was in your state.
Yes I remember that. But we do have Houston Tx which is a very Chocolatey(I like saying it that way) City.
Hmm you know for some reason I don't mind traveling in the US...as long as its not to any country town I think most cities here are safe with sane people.

Since: Jan 09

San Francisco, CA

#9 Feb 12, 2009
May the twin's souls rest in peace.
NiceFrance

Maitland, FL

#10 Feb 12, 2009
Mikah wrote:
WTF...She was cut 100 times, the attack was most likely racially motivated. Why was she SMILING in some of the pictures?
You know I'm glad I wasn't the only one who smelt something fishy. I mean I suppose it could have been worse. But that was strange, and she reminded me of that A&M backwards B girl.
otis

Toronto, Canada

#11 Feb 12, 2009
what pictures was she smiling in? Link or STFU

Since: Nov 08

United States

#12 Feb 12, 2009
otis wrote:
what pictures was she smiling in? Link or STFU
Come on. Let's not get ignorant. I read it in the story. Apparently YOU did not read the story so read the story or YOU STFU. Damn I hate rude people!!!

Since: Jul 08

Philly & London SE6

#13 Feb 12, 2009
NiceFrance wrote:
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Yes I remember that. But we do have Houston Tx which is a very Chocolatey(I like saying it that way) City.
Hmm you know for some reason I don't mind traveling in the US...as long as its not to any country town I think most cities here are safe with sane people.
LOL Well maybe sane in the sense that you don't have to fear redneck attacks, but unfortunately there's plenty of nuts of another variety.

Since: Jul 08

Philly & London SE6

#14 Feb 12, 2009
Mikah wrote:
I guess in some countries they hear the horror stories about multicultralism and they don't want that for their country. Not the right attitude in my opinion, but who am I to say?
A lot of people in European countries are xenophobic. But it's no different anywhere I've been (US included, we have a long history of it) other than these racist attacks. Most people in country's are protectionist over their own when large influxes of immigrants come in. Switzerland is suppose to be one of the most tolerant countries in Europe, but even the mood in their country has changed.

Since: Jun 08

AOL

#15 Feb 12, 2009
Mikah wrote:
I guess in some countries they hear the horror stories about multicultralism and they don't want that for their country. Not the right attitude in my opinion, but who am I to say?
and those stories are quite real.

Multiculturalism is a plague for Europe that never should have come there.

You have to understand that multiculturalism is indeed a direct threat to any culture it is substituting for as it will eventually destroy it.

It is a shame that only Europeans are shown as opposed to multiculturalism because really every other continent besides Europe and North America hates multiculturalism as much as we do but they face much weaker forms of it which they quickly eliminate.

Africa hates multiculturalism, Asia hates multiculturalism, South America hates multiculturalism, we are not the only ones that oppose it but we are the only ones that are in danger of losing our cultures to it at the moment and we are the only ones that are being made to accept it.

Killing people is definitely not the answer but killing ideas and ideologies that threaten your existence is.

Since: Jul 08

Philly & London SE6

#17 Feb 12, 2009
I didn't mean to imply the US doesn't have racist attacking immigrants, but that I've seen people get agitated with immigration in some countries, but no attacks as far as I know.

Since: Nov 08

United States

#18 Feb 12, 2009
PTBW Forever wrote:
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and those stories are quite real.
Multiculturalism is a plague for Europe that never should have come there.
You have to understand that multiculturalism is indeed a direct threat to any culture it is substituting for as it will eventually destroy it...
Very nicely put. I understand the concerns of the above mentioned countries.
NiceFrance

Maitland, FL

#19 Feb 12, 2009
Lana17 wrote:
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But it's no different anywhere I've been (US included, we have a long history of it) other than these racist attacks.
Us you have see FROM RUSSIA WITH HATE on youtube right? The problem they have with Skinheads is a bit worse than any kind of racial problem we have going on in the US.
I mean attacking random darker skinned people(asian black woman man child) and putting the incidents on the internet is crazy.
NiceFrance

Maitland, FL

#20 Feb 12, 2009
PTBW Forever wrote:
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and those stories are quite real.
Killing people is definitely not the answer but killing ideas and ideologies that threaten your existence is.
Yikes. From what you post it sounds like you condon making examples out of people so that less immigrants will come. Does that include the rape and torture of innocence non white children? Do you also endorse this as well? Or is this the White Nationalist keep my race clean by any means necessary ideology?
Hmm. Wait I got a absolutely better question. Why pray tell are you here in the African American section of Topix? I'd like to know, because you seem as though you feel threatened by blacks...then why would you want to converse with us?

Since: Nov 08

United States

#21 Feb 12, 2009
Lana17 wrote:
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A lot of people in European countries are xenophobic. But it's no different anywhere I've been (US included, we have a long history of it) other than these racist attacks. Most people in country's are protectionist over their own when large influxes of immigrants come in. Switzerland is suppose to be one of the most tolerant countries in Europe, but even the mood in their country has changed.
Yes. I think it's the economy. People just don't want foreigners coming into their countries and taking their jobs. I think, especially in these hard economic times, that is the predominant fear in peoples minds. They don't want others coming in and changing their culture. Some people cherish their cultures. They are very patriotic. It is not right what those racists did. They could have gotten involved politically if they wanted change, but what do you expect from racists.

Even here in America I've been noticing that every Christmas there is a news report that some people have a problem with a Christmas tree being displayed in public places. And some people don't want to hear Merry Christmas, only Seasons Greetings. IMO that is not right. Americans celebrate Christmas. Not all of us but a good 90% if I had to guess. That is multicultralism at work. Everyone has the right to celebrate their culture in their own home. I respect that. But to try to force your culture on a country that already has its own is not cool. It's like that in Africa as well, the Africans don't want the Europeans there. They are stealing the resources and treating the Africans like they are prisoners in their own country. Some parts.

Just my opinion. Nothing serious. Just one woman.

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