"There /could/ be institutionalized racism towards white people who come from other countries. Some argue that South Africa is going in that direction. I don't really agree with it but in theory it could happen..."
Asked by Anonymous
I’m not too worried about South Africa and I’m not interested in things that might theoretically happen, but you could argue that this has been happening in Zimbabwe for years.
Zimbabwe is suffering from a massive agricultural crisis (Google it) and the main reason is that black people (encouraged by that fucking lunatic Mugabe) have been throwing out the white farmers, who see themselves as no less Zimbabwean, and settling the land. White people are at serious risk of violence and even more serious risk of being turfed out. White people have been leaving Zimbabwe in droves for many years.
The black people have not had any sort of training in agriculture and hence have been more or less running all the agricultural land into the ground.
However, I still wouldn’t characterize this as “anti-white racism” exactly, because it’s not so much the color of their skin or their ethnic background that’s causing the trouble, it’s their control of the land and concomitantly the political power in Zimbabwe. This is borne out by the fact that white tourists are generally unmolested.
However, this is probably as close as white people are going to get anywhere in the world to institutional racism targeting them. In the meantime, you can piss off everyone by insisting everyone refer to it as “Rhodesia”.