Do people in the UK hate Pakistani

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As I said above
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No. I prefer to judge people on a one to one basis
Not where they’re from
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(Original post by zaink34)
As I said above
No...
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As I said above
We don't hate Pakistan, we're just disappointed with it.
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We don't hate Pakistan, we're just disappointed with it.
Wrong pronoun.
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Hate Pakistani what?
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We don't hate Pakistan, we're just disappointed with it.
And what are you guys disappointed about?
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As I said above
No for the vast majority.
Expect there will be far more people in Pakistan who hate westerners/ people in the UK.
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The country Pakistan or the Pakistani people? The posters on here saying no, what if your son or daughter said they met someone and now they are going to live in Pakistan and bring up their kids there? I'm sure you'd have something to say about it, like that it's a godforsaken place nobody wants anyone they care about to live in.
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Let me ask you this. If thousands of English minority immigrants living in Pakistan had systematically raped and prostituted countless thousands of Pakistani children for over 20 years with the police and government ignoring it, what do you think their opinion would be of English men?
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As I said above
Lol as if someone would be like “nice to meet you, it was lovely to meet you” and two mins later “hey I forgot to ask, where are you from?”

Person 2 replies “Pakistan”..... and person 1 be like “sorry but I was wrong, not so much pleasure meeting you, I hate you and you are one of them”
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And what are you guys disappointed about?
It's a nation with tremendous potential that is being held back by a not insignificant portion of the populace who seem to think they are still living in the medieval era.
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As I said above
I don't judge on race at all so for me no.

I think the issue stems with immigration and people being unhappy that their culture is being "replaced" by new people, such as Pakistanis...

I personally think we should reduce immigration but I certainly don't hate immigrants.
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Pakistanis are the best people on earth.

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I might be a bit biased here...
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Ask a British Pakistani woman this question, and you'll have a more informed answer regarding the freedoms and safety she can enjoy in Britain which she wouldn't get in her parent's country.
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Ask a British Pakistani woman this question, and you'll have a more informed answer regarding the freedoms and safety she can enjoy in Britain which she wouldn't get in her parent's country.
The lady I asked told me that she got abused at British when a guy pulled her hijab
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We don't hate Pakistan, we're just disappointed with it.
Why 😂
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And what are you guys disappointed about?
Terrorism, dubious human rights, crime etc.
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(Original post by zaink34)
The lady I asked told me that she got abused at British when a guy pulled her hijab
Pulling your hijab isn't pleasant but it isn't an honour killing or having acid thrown at you which they do in Pakistan regularly.
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