I honestly don't why you're quoting me for. You can start your own thread with that argument. Some people in this thread are saying (maybe jokingly, not sure) that the darker a person's skin is, the tougher his life will be in America. I'm just telling them that's false. Let's say your argument holds some truth to it, but in reality it doesn't matter, because the American government, and Media separates and groups it's citizens by race and not genes. It's sort of forcing (brainwashing) American citizens into thinking everything they do represents their race/ethnicity as a whole in America. You can't really blame their way of thinking, when it's the American system whom enforces this ideology on them. Yes, East Indians in America don't represent their entire nation around the World. but the ones in America are still one of the top most successful ethnic group in America, thus disproving that it's tougher for darker skinned people to be successful in America. Thus the reason why I responded in this thread. I'm not mentioning it as something to be proud about for East Indians (I'm assuming it's the reason why you quoted me), but in their defense if you have the entire population in America talking about race, and blaming other races, doesn't matter if they're White, Black, etc, everything pretty much revolves around race in America, why shouldn't they be proud of their successes as a group in America if that's all this Country talks about? Think about it, The American Government, and Media wants them to be proud. The only other option is to blame Whitey. is that what you want?