Racist White Guy Goes Berserk When German Girl Won’t Leave Her Asian BF for Him
By Ryan General
January 9, 2017
A white supremacist went on a hate-filled, racist text message tirade after he was rejected from a date by a German woman who already had an Asian-Canadian boyfriend.
Canada-based Reddit user UmaiUmamiUnagi shared the obnoxious exchange with the racist guy via the subreddit creepyPMs, which was later reuploaded by user effortlessnetinho on the subreddit hapas (hapa being the term for a person of mixed ethnic heritage).
The text messages, which seemed to begin innocently enough with a “movie night” invitation with “friends,” soon escalated quickly into a barrage of creepily obsessive pronouncements in just a few exchanges.
“I’ve liked you since we met first year,” admitted the guy, followed by, “(Why) can’t you just give me a shot to show you how good I can love you?”
The woman replied that she wanted to speak to him at a public place in order to “have an adult conversation” about it. Not being able to take the hint, the guy pushes his intentions, finally asking who the girl was seeing at the time.
When the woman mentioned her boyfriend’s name, he flipped out even more. Having had enough, the girl tried to end the conversation by asking him to leave them alone and not to speak with her again.
That was when he went all out ballistic:
He even sent some more ignorant texts to the boyfriend:
UmaiUmamiUnagi added that the racist bigot “didn’t really interact with many women who he didn’t consider ‘worthy’.”
In the same thread, she narrated a story of how he acted around a non-white girl.
“We had a lovely black friend who is still very important to me, and he constantly talked down to her, or ignored her, or even treated her like ‘help’ always asking her to go get things. She did too, she was a year younger and it took a while for us to tell her that she wasn’t being hazed, and to stop being nice to him.”
In the end, UmaiUmamiUnagi said she informed the school about the threats and fortunately, the administration took action.
“I was put in different classes than him and he was told that he was placed on a ‘school restraining order’ That any contact with me would result in him being suspended and enough contact or any violence or escalation with the situation would have him expelled for the year.”
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