...Calling a black person a black bast**d is racist because you are implying that because he is black that is worse that being "just" a bast**d.
If you think someone is a bastard, there is no need to mention whatever the colour of there skin is unless you are trying and add further insult which would suggest the insulter thinks there is something inferior about the colour of someones skin.
I would suggest that, as I said earlier, unless there was a specific need to refer to someone's colour (for example if there were to players on the same team of the same name and one was black and... more
I rather suspect it has more to do with the word Bast**d is a negative, adding an additional adjective which highlights the colour of someone's skin or race to emphasise that negative would be the... more
Enlighten me then, ok the c word was thrown in there, so what? That part is an opinion. I am just sick to death that black people seem to be wrapped up in cotton wool and to some extent patronised by ... more
You would expect it, i would expect it, point is we know it wouldnt be reacted to or dealt with in the same way. My colour, nationality etc is largely irrelevant to me, but if someone wants to mix it ... more
Saying 'because it's who I am' isn't an answer, it's an excuse to make the statement you did. Having Welsh or Irish ancestry groups you with people from the same country and feeling an allegiance to... more