‘You are black, zero, a f***ing African woman’: Finnish lady racially insults Kenyan nurse (VIDEO)
“You are a f***ing African woman. You are zero, you are not human in my eyes,” the Finnish woman is heard saying on the video. “You know what happens in our country. Why all come rape our country?”
The video was shot by the Kenyan nurse herself. It is not clear where exactly the verbal assault took place.
The woman continues: “We are in trouble because of black people. Yes, it’s reality! Just try to leave good here, work. Don’t use our resources.”
The abused woman who looks calm finally responded that she is a nurse by profession.
“I treat people in the hospital. Why are you attacking me? What did I do to you?” she asked the angry woman.
The attacker got a quick racist answer: “Because you are black! This country will be like this. Because you are black and I’m white. You are welcome, but not in my country,” shouts the Finnish lady and leaves.
Numerous users on social media slammed the racist insult, saying how disgusted they were to see such a video.
“Racism everywhere..” Kei Jay KJ users wrote under the video on Facebook.
“Proud of the Kenyan lady. She handled this so well. Never argue with a fool, no one will notice the difference. Just walk away,” another user Chris Emy said.
Kenyan women insulted by racist Finnish woman: “You’re a f***ing African woman…” https://t.co/a7uoutKBjp— Migrant Tales (@MigrantTales) October 25, 2015
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