The Chinaman is not the issue!
Did you see this story about a man who pranked the Muslim folks by putting ham in their shoes whilst they were praying?
Whether or not his action was good bull or bad bull is not the issue for me, so much as a trend I've noticed.
Those who don't like or don't respect the religious/political ideology of Islam are being labeled as "racist."
The title of the newspaper article is "Racist who filled Muslims' shoes with ham as they prayed in a mosque walks free from court."
Since when was religious persecution "racist"? Last I checked Islam was not a "race" or an ethnicity, but a set of beliefs that impact behavior.
Perhaps I'm just whipped by the overuse of calling someone racist who has a disagreement with a person who's white when the accuser is too lazy to actually interact on an ideological level.
To be fair, someone who hates the religious/political ideology of Islam may be many things, but of necessity one of them is not "racist." And I should know, because I'm not a racist and would resent any such insinuation.