Xenophobia In America? Racist Woman Mistakes Two Brazilians For Terrorists — Her Reaction Should Embarrass All Americans

This is a clear case of racist, xenophobic parameters taking hold within the United States once again. Without any knowledge of the men whatsoever, this woman lashes out at two Brazilian videographers. And her reaction is utterly embarrassing.

The racist woman video was recorded by an UhOh Monkey Brazilian videographer. His name is Nick. Well, Nick and his partner often record sketches for their YouTube channel. Out of nowhere, this racist woman pulls up to the location and starts ridiculing the two men to no end.

Obviously, the racist woman thought the two men were “middle eastern.” The woman kept repeating it in a nonsensical fashion. Mostly, it was a xenophobic, emotion-filled rant that could’ve turned violent. If you’re unaware of the concept of xenophobia, it’s defined as an “intense or irrational dislike or fear of people from other countries.”

Several times, both men attempted to reason with the racist woman and even let her know of their nationality. However, the racist lady wasn’t giving an inch. Instead, the woman chose to tell them that “God told [her] to come see them.”

She professed to be a “Christian” and “love Jesus.” Yet, “out of the same mouth” — as the Christian Bible notes in the book of James, chapter 2 — verse 26, New International Version — she bashed and cursed the two Brazilian men, saying that they “suck each others’ d**ks,” “f**k each other in the a**,” and rape children.

As a side note, in case you’re wondering what the verse says, it reads as follows.

“Those who consider themselves religious and yet do not keep a tight rein on their tongues deceive themselves, and their religion is worthless.”

Likewise, another Christian-based elaboration to this concept is found in the same book, chapter 3 — verses 1 through 12 — which basically state as follows.

“With the tongue we praise our Lord and Father, and with it we curse human beings, who have been made in God’s likeness. Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing. My brothers and sisters, this should not be.”

Nonetheless, maybe the racist woman didn’t read that far? See her for yourself in the following video.

Disclaimer: This video contains graphic language and extreme prejudice. Viewer discretion is advised.

Does this not look like xenophobia? The racist woman certainly was convinced that they were “middle eastern” and that they also hate Middle Easterners, themselves. The fact that they “looked” the part and were filming in front of a local airport sent the racist woman into a “patriotic” frenzy.

From his Facebook page, Nick mentions that he never thought anything like that would happen to him. In his video post, he noted as follows.

“It’s disgusting how ignorant and blind people are nowadays, because they’re constantly being fed propaganda and false information to keep us divided. People like her need to be shunned out of society, because that’s the mentality that keeps us from progressing.”

This racist woman video has gone viral so far and is continuing to pick up steam. On Facebook alone, Nick’s racist woman video has received over 11 million views, since it was uploaded on December 23. And it’s rapidly nearing 12 million views. The racist video has also gained over 184,000 likes, 255,000 shares, and 78,000 comments.

Although the racist woman eventually left the two men alone, she told them both that “they’re going to hell” and that she’s going to heaven. After a while, the Brazilian videographers stopped using diplomacy and started mocking the racist lady.

However, how would you feel if you were minding your business (literally and professionally), and some racist woman walked up to you while throwing intense, unsupportive, and false accusations in your face? How would you handle that situation? Would you have been as non-confrontational with the racist woman as these two men?

Jordan Richinsin added a comment to the video as follows.

“People like this are what’s wrong with the world, hiding behind religion to cover their bigoted, racist, xenophobic stereotypes. The way they handled the situation was great and funny.”

In a latter post, Nick thanked everyone who has shown him support throughout this racist ordeal.

But is this a newly surfacing epidemic, or was it just dormant? Interestingly enough, many people say that Donald Trump’s brand of in-your-face “expression” is the cause behind reactions such as this racist woman. According to U.S. News, the news source has even questioned, “Does Donald Trump tap into America’s underlying xenophobia?”

What happens if he were to become the United States’ 45th president? Can we expect more of this nonsense to take place? What are your thoughts about this racist woman and her reaction? How do you feel? Feel free to share in the comments.

[Image by UhOh Nick/Facebook]