Jun 29 - Mexican stamp called offensive to blacks

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 07-21-2005, 08:02 PM         #141
Flozz 
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i hate when they call a hispanic, a ????, but that stands for..

Spanish
People
In
Charge

anyways..i hate when both races get to trash talkin to one another,this sh*t got to stop already...because of these reasons there have been wars whether it be by color or tribe affiliation....grow the fu*k up!!

America is a diverse nation and it will always be,no matter what.....we all should get along..remember if u took every non-white person out what do u have??...trash messed up nation..TRUTH

Latinos and Blacks need to unite as one and we will not only make the nation great but we might actually have power and make this nation for a better world....
 12 years ago '04        #142
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Why do y'all gotta hate so much on the freakin' mexicans? What possibly have they done to you? You hate them because their gangs are possibly 100 times stronger than African American gangs ?? Or maybe because you saw a Mexican family immigrating from their country a couple years ago and they already have a crib, cars and stuff without even having a green card, while you were born in the U.S and sh*t but you still gotta walk home and still living in a dirty shed? Goddamn, get along!

:rolleyes:

It all started by a frakin' post stamp and y'all bring up sh*t from the past and history from three thousand years ago, arguing about which civilization was the better one, the aztecs or the africans but in reality both helped the world for its advancement in many different reasons.

You guys think you're arguing about your rights, whether you're black or mexicans and blaming people of being racist, but the real racist fu*ks are YOU, by calling mexicans beaners or greasers and making fun of them crossing the border and stuff. They don't come to take away your job. They also got a right to live don't they and if they can't make that living they want in their country, well they gotta go somewhere else to make it happen.
 07-22-2005, 12:11 AM         #143
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i think the statement made by Vicente Fox is considered a racist statement but these stamps are not and the media is making a big deal out of nothing

these stamps have been around for years and they arent meant to be racist because there are black people in all hispanic countries including Mexico
 07-22-2005, 07:40 AM         #144
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 07-22-2005, 07:51 AM         #145
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 07-22-2005, 07:54 AM         #146
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 07-22-2005, 09:33 AM         #147
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I thought that fr3sh g was funny.mexicans aren't afraid of blacks.don't you remember blacks were suing the mexican mafia for getting beat in l.a county two years ago.
 07-22-2005, 09:53 AM         #148
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I think this whole thing is a joke just to get people all excited just like this thread is doing
everybodys rasict in thier own way. Whether its all tha time or sometime. A white person sees a mexican lookin at something in a shop...they think they're gonna steal it. A Black person comes up to a white lady and she thinks that tha dude's gonna rob her. It's other peoples mistakes that make prejudice what it is. I really think this stamp is a publicity stunt to put focus (bad or good) on Mexico, the only people that actually do anything with Mexico is China...and thats to sell weed to China and get Opium in return. The stamp is not outright racism its just a really politically incorrect joke, to bring some veiw to Mexico.
 07-22-2005, 10:41 AM         #149
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black ppl think everything is offensive unless it comes from another black person.
 07-22-2005, 11:16 AM         #150
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This might help people understand the character more, and hopefully people see that the sh*t ain't racist...

Memin Pinguin was created by Yolanda Vargas Dulche, a woman with a long career in comics that created classic titles like Lagrimas y Risas and Ruby. Her stories were more like soap operas and melodramas, aimed at the working class, which consumed comics by the millions back in the 40's and 50's.

Memín Pinguín was first published in the magazine Pepin back in 1945. Vargas Dulche had just returned from Cuba, and inspired in the kids she saw there she wrote a story and asked artist Alberto Cabrera to design him. He was a poor kid, dumb and clumsy, that spoke with a cuban accent. He lived with his mother, which looks a lot like Aunt Jemima. He had a couple of friends and got into a lot of trouble. He was teased because of his accent and color, but he was part of the gang. It was a very tender comic book, sweet and innocent. I read it as a child and flipped through an old issue a couple of years ago and I don't think the book was racist; quite the opposite, I think it had a message of integration and acceptance, it criticized racism and, like all of Vargas Dulche´s stories, tried to teach strong family values.

Cabrera was in charge of the art until 1972, when Sixto Valencia took over. Memon Pinguin was very popular with both artists and for a long time his books sold millions of copies on a weekly basis. It's probably the most famous and popular mexican comic book, alongside Gabriel Vargas' La Familia Burron and Kaliman. The book has been in print almost constantly since then. It was relaunched in 2002, reprinting Sixto Valencia's stories, with a print run of 120 thousand copies. For the last 10 or 20 years it has been published by Editorial Vid, which is owned and run by Vargas Dulche's sons.
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