“I feel racially discriminated against,” white American says after visits to India, China


LOS ANGELES – After visiting India and China during two separate business trips, 28-year-old American Greg Harper took to updating his Facebook status.

“The racial discrimination in India and China is appalling. Everyone looked at me differently and talked to me differently because I was white. It’s disgusting. Why can’t all races be treated equally?”

Harper continued to discuss his feelings on the matter not only on Facebook, but also on Twitter and Instagram.

“I feel racially discriminated against,” Harper claimed. “It’s inexcusable that I would be treated differently because of the color of my skin. Yes, sometimes it benefitted me. But other times, people tried to take advantage of me and scam me. I don’t care if white people are in the sharp minority in these countries. I deserve equal rights and opportunity and freedoms.”

Harper said he has plans to organize rallies and even petition the United Nations.

“I have to stay true to myself and who I am,” he said. “I’m not going to be ashamed. And I’m going to fight until equality is a global reality.”

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