Everyone is racist and until we all accept that, nothing is going to change. I’m not saying this to nit pick and cast blame on one race for doing such and such to some other race or anything like that. I am saying it because everyone I come across tries their hardest to say that they aren't racist and then will come out of their mouths with most rudest racist thing and then try to brush it off by saying “I’m not trying to be racist or anything.” Gosh just come out and say you’re racist, the way you act already does it for you. People act like being racist is the worst thing in the world, but it’s not. It is the way you happen to feel about a race, it’s like the way you judge someone before getting to know them. Being racist is just a feeling you happen to have when coming across a certain type of person. And it’s only when you act on those feelings and do harm to someone, who does not deserve it, that you are in the wrong. I have no problem admitting that I’m racist, but I don’t going around killing people, swearing at them, or anything like that. In fact I would say that a majority of people go out of their ways to avoid the race they don’t like just so that they wont get those feelings. I've thought long and hard about my own racist feelings and why I have them and whether I should avoid them or not. And I decided that my life would be easier if I just accept that I have them and work on fixing that part of myself I don’t like instead of pretending it’s not there. In the society we are in where racism is thought to be the biggest bane in the world this might not be easy, but just think you’re not the only one who has thought in your head at some point that you can’t stand such and such race cause their people always…everyone has and just the fact that everyone thinks like that, it makes them racist, whether they are a big racist or small, a racist is still a racist. Just be honest with yourself and then fix that personalty flaw you have. It might not be easy, but hey, the way you are now could cause you to miss out on meeting some wonderful people just because your racist thoughts held you back.