LIGHT ON Bliki
The LIGHT ON Bliki is a collaborative editor created to raise awareness on the words and expressions of the new racist discourse, including those that are considered normal expressions. The Bliki contains input from the project staff and findings from the transnational research, but everyone else is welcome to contribute. You can add new terms explaining why they are discriminatory, and you can also comment on someone else's contribution, sharing your opinion or point of view from other country. The Bliki's titles will be translated in the project languages, to see if these arguments are common in different European countries. To prevent any abuse, users need to sign up to contribute to the Bliki.
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Act against racist expressions! Explain their discriminatory feature and their negative impact to avoid they became acceptable.
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Sei proprio n’ebreo
You are such a Jew
Nem tud semmit kérdezni a szüleitől, tehát nem tudnak neki érdemben segíteni, lehet hogy a füzetét eltüzelik...
They cannot ask anything from their parents, as they are unable to help their children, and may have even burnt their copybooks as fuel...
A romák is képesek dolgozni
The Roma are able to do also respectable and honorable work
Ha a magukat "büszke magyar zsidóknak" titulálók szabadidejükben aprócska metélt farkincájukkal játszadoznának az én gyalázásom helyett
I would be glad if those who call themselves "proud Hungarian Jews" would go and play with their own little circumcised pricks instead of slurring me
Szaudi focisták mint terroristák
Saudi-Arabian soccer players referred to as terrorists
Frissített tanulmány: cigányfajták
Updated study on Gypsy species
Egy genetikai hulladék