2:02 am - 12/26/2012


KOREAN POP, THE GLOBAL "PHENOMENON" CONTAMINATING CULTURES + My Real life encounter with Racism at Big Bang concert

Investigative journalist Tay Symone (moi) has been getting worldwide recognition for her work and dozens of journalistic offers and opportunities. I'm not gonna lie I do appreciate the fame and money I've made during my time reporting for ohnotheydidnt but due to my journalistic integrity I could NOT accept those offers due to the censorship and corruption from the government, white house, and other racist institutions. I will remain a free woman reporting for the people and fighting the GOOD FIGHT!
The year 2012 has shown that Korea will stop at NOTHING to dominate the world's music industry while simultaneously attempting to obliterate every culture and race across the globe. The one area in which Korea displays diversity is in their widely varying spectrum of Races in which they spew hateful stereotypes and cultural contamination. The usage of the n word is definitely nothing new in KKK-POP, yet it's still just as disgusting to see. In light of fizzled out girl group "Girls' Generation"'s songwriter advocating for a Black Genocide (covered in my previous post), year-end statistics show that racism in K-pop is in fact at an all time high in what some are calling a "nu-Hitler" generation.

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Source: Tay Symone (ifuaskedmeto), @REALTAEYANG, Hello Venus at Youtube, Gurupop at Youtube, CJ E&M Music at Youtube, My camera phone, fergiename at Youtube
On the scene reporting: Tay Symone (ifuaskedmeto) with Shadavia Battles
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hellicoptajuuce 26th-Dec-2012 11:50 am (UTC)
4minute's indian version was all kinds of wtf, i have no idea why Korea is obsessed with Arabia and India tbh. the gurupop vid was all kinds of stupid tbh, Daniel apologized but he failed to go further and explain the meaning and why it was a word that no one would use it. wtf at Daniel being like "we dont use it like that" also wtf at San.e being like "we only use it in close relationships etc" like what?
mjspice 26th-Dec-2012 02:24 pm (UTC)
These "Indian & Arab" videos are just nuts. They keep mixing both cultures up when in reality they're both different. Even Japanese celebs don't make that mistake nowadays.
u_niverse 26th-Dec-2012 12:02 pm (UTC)
I want to puke all over this post as I was reading it. Nice try OP. NOT
miracle_candle 26th-Dec-2012 12:07 pm (UTC)
yes, koreans are racist in general. not gonna argue on that since most of them are ignorant that way.

but op, your rude behavior makes me feel like you are a very unhappy person who doesn't have a lot of friends. and if you do have a lot of friends, you realize they just as rude/bitchy/bitter as you are.

i'm sorry to have to say this but the way your worded your arguments/comments are just so unprofessional and childish. and the use of 'hitler' to refer to all of this just make me disgusted even more. you do realize that you are no better (or perhaps worst) than girls you encounter at the concert, right? behaving rudely doesn't make you better or make your action right. you do realize, right? if you want people to treat you with respect you must treat them with respect too, right? or am i just asking too much? just like when you expect all koreans people to know why it is not okay to use the 'n' word when the word being thrown in all the rap songs by the black artists themselves? am i or you just asking too much from people?

please change your style of writing or please be a less bitter in your attempt of journalism if you want people to take you seriously. thank you!
goldynchickie 26th-Dec-2012 12:27 pm (UTC)
OP I'm sorry you had to experience that. I probably would of 'accidentally' spilled some water on her if I had a water bottle on me.

It's okay for black people to use the n word. So those black rappers can say it all they want. It's within their right to do so. The n word was used to degrade and treat black people as sub-humans. If we want to try to turn the word into a more positive meaning, we can. Don't try and tell us we shouldn't use the word since you can't.
lightframes 26th-Dec-2012 01:30 pm (UTC)
Thank you for explaining this. It's so simple, but so few people seem to get it.
the_erotomanic 26th-Dec-2012 12:46 pm (UTC)
posts like this are informative one way or another. at least to me.
annhh 26th-Dec-2012 12:50 pm (UTC)
"Investigative journalist "

angela_derp_otp 26th-Dec-2012 12:56 pm (UTC)
Ignorant and stupid title tbh.
Such a delicate and important issue at hand that needs to be addressed, and being ridiculed by the OP, as usual.
cherrypop 26th-Dec-2012 11:10 pm (UTC)
It's a pretty shitty title. I can vouch for that.

But did you not read the content BELOW the title? The title is maybe 11 words long?? You didn't read the 100+ words below that? That's shitty on your part. Seriously.
kiminikaeru 26th-Dec-2012 01:14 pm (UTC)
i stopped taking this "article" seriously when i read the title

i think it's cute how you try to point out non-existent racism because you need attention though ♡
failingxsmiles 27th-Dec-2012 04:05 am (UTC)
I'm sorry, but non-existent racism? HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH Girl, you just lost.
af_fx_tion 26th-Dec-2012 01:17 pm (UTC)
wow some people are really clueless on reappropriation lol
lightframes 26th-Dec-2012 01:33 pm (UTC)
every_journal 26th-Dec-2012 01:18 pm (UTC)
As if black people never act racist towards other groups (ethnical or otherwise)
Just remember that everytime you point a finger, there are three pointing back at yourself
lightframes 26th-Dec-2012 01:33 pm (UTC)
You can't excuse racism toward a group by saying "I'm sure someone in that group was racist at some point."
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shintotchi 26th-Dec-2012 01:34 pm (UTC)
Taeyang tweeting a cartoon picture of his nappy hair is not racist. O_o Have you seen it? In many a clip, his hair is indeed nappy.
sadistic_dance 26th-Dec-2012 06:49 pm (UTC)
His hair is NOT nappy.
mjspice 26th-Dec-2012 02:15 pm (UTC)
Ugh! I can't even with the way those people treated you guys. How horrible! >_<

& Ugh! Those WonderBoyz & 4Minute videos. At first I was laughing @ 4minute for trying but then I got pretty angry when I heard they made the Bollywood video because one of the members was into "BELLY DANCING" (Which is not even Indian but ARAB/MIDDLE EASTERN!! *facepalms*). & what's worse, the video wasn't even based on a Bollywood video but a TOLLYWOOD video. THERE'S A FUCKIN DIFFERENCE PEOPLE! GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER! XPPPP

And Wonderboyz I just couldn't even. I was headdesking as soon as the video started. GRRRRRRRRR!

Adding more to this. Even Japanese celebs aren't as ignorant when it comes to Indians. Proof from these videos:

There's no stereotyping in these videos because they're representing true Bollywood style. They didn't mix in Arabs or did belly dancing. Heck in Kimtaku's CM they even casted Indians for the authenticity. Shows the difference in racial appropriation right here.

Edited at 2012-12-26 02:31 pm (UTC)
sakura_holic 26th-Dec-2012 03:49 pm (UTC)
Yeah, IA
That video was 4minute was just bad. They tried hard but I don't see how you get that opinion about India! I mean it's not all about exotic belly dancers!
(morning musume and curry cup add got it right :D )
It's the same thing as the difference between a Japanese and Korean (and then they get angry about how some ppl consider all asians the same and all that!)

Edited at 2012-12-26 03:50 pm (UTC)
moronicus_kyla 26th-Dec-2012 02:17 pm (UTC)
OP, I'm sorry about your experience but that title is just as bad as all the stuff you're bitching about. No matter how noble your cause is, no one's backing you up if you're trollish and just as ignorant.
cherrypop 26th-Dec-2012 11:09 pm (UTC)
See this comment here sucks. You know why? You completely ignored the content and failed to feel what she went through. You instead just looked at the title (we can ALL see that it's a shitty title). The title is not the point! Why did you ignore the point??
ashiva 26th-Dec-2012 02:32 pm (UTC)
This OP's trollish posts don't bring in anything useful into discussion.
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thomaswilmoore 26th-Dec-2012 02:37 pm (UTC)
I seriously think everyone is a little racist. We like to joke about stereotypes and different cultures but there's a fine line between a joke and offense. I guess what 4minute did is not really a harsh, offensive thing, or even what BIGBANG did with the Indonesian clothes and instruments... but the "N" word incidents or the things the fangirl called you at the concert are uncalled for.
I guess the offense is a mix of self-pity and so-called freedom of speech. Sometimes it's not meant to offend, sometimes it should have not be spoken. I remember the incident involving Steven Tyler and Nicki Minaj where she assumed Steven was being racist when he was not. And it also reminds me of cases of Brazilian comedians (I'm Brazilian, BTW) talking about black people as they were gorillas or could only succeed in life as soccer players. I mean, as a gay guy, I find it hard to find the limit between a joke and an offense. but I guess that's the point where, once found, it makes us live equally and with less discrimination because of our differences.
lightframes 26th-Dec-2012 11:42 pm (UTC)
Everyone's not a little racist.

And it also reminds me of cases of Brazilian comedians (I'm Brazilian, BTW) talking about black people as they were gorillas or could only succeed in life as soccer players.

How is this even funny, though...
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