Why do Mexicans (and other hispanics) use the N word?

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Frank

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#150
May 6, 2014
 
I guess you dont have a TV
mexican

Carrizo Springs, TX

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#151
May 6, 2014
 
will i be called a racist if I say I own an old black and white television?
Paco Pinto

San Antonio, TX

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#152
May 7, 2014
 
mexican wrote:
will i be called a racist if I say I own an old black and white television?
No, but you are a racist if you own anything.
JUDEN

Laredo, TX

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#153
May 7, 2014
 
They use the 'n' word because that's what they are. They have a connection with each other and it's because their like little, sniffling, whining cry babies that are spoiled by government assistance.
No Name

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#155
Jun 1, 2014
 
JACKIE wrote:
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Curious: to answer your question..."Hispanics " are the most racist people on the planet. They are also the most ignorant as you can see by the post from the Mexican known as "Jose M." His post says it all. What a pity.
you're an idiot. And stop being racist
cracka

San Antonio, TX

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#156
Jun 1, 2014
 
JUDEN wrote:
They use the 'n' word because that's what they are. They have a connection with each other and it's because their like little, sniffling, whining cry babies that are spoiled by government assistance.
You've been spoiled with bad English. You must be white trash. LOL!
itsjustme

Livermore, CA

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#157
Sunday Jul 6
 
I understand this post is really old and I won't have the benefit of asking the original poster but ... I really wonder if he/she really heard the n-word or just the word "negro". Leaving in California I've met many Hispanics and never heard one using the n-word casually. "Negro" in Spanish doesn't carry a negative connotation. I'm Hispanic and have never heard a friend or acquaintance use the n-word. Negro, it's equivalent to "black". Actually, before the term African American became popular, in English it was used often. It had a neutral tone and meaning. Among academics, specially when referring to historic moments, it is still common to use "negro" instead of "black" or "African Americans". BTW, "negro" in Spanish sound quite different that the n-word or "negro" in English... I'm sure there are plenty of racism among Hispanics, same way there is racism among Asians, Blacks or Jews. Racism touches everybody. Just suggesting to listen carefully because the word "negro" is of common use in Spanish and is equivalent to "black". If a Hispanic uses the n-word he/she is likely using it with the same negative intention as anyone else. Just don't cast a large net. He/she is representing him/herself.

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