Kenyan woman verbally attacked for being black


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A sickening footage showing an alleged Kenyan woman being racially abused by a Caucasian woman on the streets of Finland for being ‘black’ has gone viral on social media.

In the video, which was ostensibly filmed by the alleged Kenyan lady from her car, the Caucasian woman approaches her victim and confronts her with a series of verbal abuse.

“Respect please,” she says before the alleged Kenyan woman interjects, “I am a nurse.”

The Caucasian woman then denies her “nurse” title, saying: “You are an African woman.” Her victim then asks: “so what if I am African?”

“You are zero, you are not human in my eyes,” she responds, before adding: “You know what happens in our country. Why all come rape our country? We are in trouble because of black people. Yes, it’s reality! Just try to leave good here, work. Don’t use our resources.”

“Because you’re black, you’re not welcome in my country”

The seemingly calm victim, who for close to a minute was keeping her cool after absorbing a string of insults, responded: “I am a nurse, by profession. I treat people in the hospital. Why are you attacking me? What did I do to you?”

But the Caucasian woman quickly retorts, “Because you are black. This country will be like this. Because you are black and I’m white.”

The alleged Kenyan, whose identity is not revealed in the video, is then heard saying: “thank you” after her aggressor turns around to leave.

The Caucasian woman subsequently quips: “You are welcome, but not in my country,” and then walks away.

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Brian Okoth
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