Sorry but only Americans call Viets 'Jungle Monkeys', for widely known reasons.
It definitely doesn't justify doing the same, but I'm not sure it is whataboutism.Even if it's true, it doesn't justify doing the same, so this is just Whataboutism.
Excuse me sir, where can I find those clips?
The first proof is this :
CAPOCH : Poner favorite migración ¿Que tan looser puedes ser realmente ? Osea banear Arabia y poner favorite migración realmente es de p*ja chica,(énfasis) de p*ja chica bien Chino.
[En]Capoch: Set migration as favorite… How looser can you really be? I mean ban Arabia and set migration as favorite is really little d*ck,(emphasis) little d*ck as Chineses.
The second proof :
CAPOCH: Mirá qué dudoso hermano, qué dudoso no me scouteaste nunca, hermano salí del stream hijo de p*ta molero, que molero hijo de p*ta, nunca me scouteo esto.
Nota: En la expresión “molero” es evidente que refleja intolerancia, odio y discriminacion a personas mexicanas con bajos recursos.
[En] Capoch : Look, how suspicious brother, how suspicious you never scout me, brother get out from my stream son of b*tch molero, what a molero son of b*tch, he never scout this side.
Note: In the expression "molero" it is evident that it reflects intolerance, hatred and discrimination against mexican people with low resources.
Due to the stuff that happened in one of my recent streams, I wanted to clear the air and post my thoughts and my sincere apology in a new thread so there are no hard feelings in the future. I don't usually have problems with people or anyone in the community (or any gaming/online community in the past) and those are not by any chance my intentions.
First of all, I'd like to apology to Tim and the entire chinese community, for raging in a game against him and making a really bad joke against him. I've tried reaching out to him so we could speak and apologize directly but had no luck yet. @Tim_
Second, I'd like to say sorry to Lobo, in the heat of the game, there were a lot of decision and moves he made that were really weird, which from my POV, looked a bit suspicious and considering the history of some top players of his country, I was wrong in inmediately calling him a cheater. I should know better but I was clearly having a bad day. I'd like to play him again in the future so there are no hard feelings.
I've already taken actions against my behavior to minimize the bad words and make my stream channel a better place.
Some hours ago, I had the unfortunate message that I was uninvited to an upcoming unannounced event for my sayings against Tim. I am really sad about this, because it feels like even If i did wrong, I am getting a bit overpunished. People that know me, know that even though I did some bad stuff, this has been an attack against me from people that don't like me and since I'm quite "new" in the community, I get punished big time.
I've done some research online and found out that some other pro players have been in this place before and even made bad jokes on stream and nothing happened (or maybe just a little bit of drama), but they didn't get uninvited from a tournament. There's a ton of stuff online and I don't want to give any names just so I don't involve them here which they have nothing to do.
So, my question to the community is, what type of community is the AoE community?
Do "new" people get punished for a mistake? There is no second chance?
These are my thoughts right now, and I'm really sorry for what has happened and what is happening.
Regarding to other irrelevant stuff in your post:
There's never any Chinese here call it "racism" towards the joke, never any Chinese here asked to exclude Capoch from English community tournaments, yet you still try to attack Chinese people, that's just fantastic show of "racism in disguise".
Nevertheless, no one would care about what you said or ban you from tournaments, people has the right to be stupid but you cannot do stupid things as public figure. Thus the standards for Capoch may not apply to you.
"China is the most racist place in the world and Japan Xenophobia"? That's untrue and it seems like you're just a kid who eat too much sh*t from social media, then pretend to be a businessman?
Also as I said in other posts, Lyx's stream was the encyclopedia of Chinese bad words, all sentences are related with pu**y/di*k etc, but no one would find it offensive if you can understand it, recommend for learning Chinese culture.
First of all, if somebody hosted a tournament and plainly excluded any player on basis of their race or nationality (a Nation's Cup type of event notwithstanding), I think the community would have a huge problem with that. Would you be within your rights to try and host it? Sure, but I seriously doubt MBL, Viper, or Hera would be playing in a tournament that says "No Chinese players".
Except that it's not applicable to what I said. Nice try to twist the language as it's not about generally discriminate against players from one place, but uninvite one person I don't like.
As for my experiences in mainland China, I can assure you as somebody that has taken numerous business trips to Tianjin, Beijing, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen with colleagues of different races (but mostly African-American), that racism is very much alive and well in China, as it is in America, and Europe (it's just more blatant in China, in my experience). Have you already forgotten Zheng Kai's state sponsored absurdly racist and offensive Chinese New Year skit from a couple of years ago? With the blackface performer and comparing black people to monkeys? Or maybe this gem? Of course, that doesn't justify anybody being racist (which I don't believe Capoch was), but it is funny how easily Chinese people get their feelings hurt. I guess living in a dystopian authoritarian dictatorship makes people touchy.
Except that "There's never any Chinese here call it "racism" towards the joke, never any Chinese here asked to exclude Capoch from English community tournaments. "
Too much social media sh*t for you, stop pretending that you have business, kid.
If anything else, guess who is guity about American export of racism and reverse-brainwash tons of undereducated people all over the world?
RE: Lyx's stream being offensive - I don't know, I've never watched it, and wouldn't be able to understand it if I had. But it's neat how you say "if you knew Chinese culture, you wouldn't find it offensive". I would say if you would learn culture other than Chinese culture (such as Capoch's Argentinian culture), we wouldn't be having this issue to begin with.
I think everybody should be a little more understanding, especially when we're dealing with people from all over the world, with very different cultures and languages. Lost in translation was more than just a movie.
Except that the "racism" point was raised by Mexicans, who speaks Spanish.
This whole topic is so sad, so much finger pointing and bigheaded egos. But its a bit ironically that a rich business man try to protect the man that wanted to have sex with some family members of viper :x
The power of words is always suprising and how fast people get the stones ready to throw - like they just waited for it. I expierence way worse incidents everyday in life and business were no words could match that ever.
I hope you learnd your lesson mr capoch - there is no space for emotions, dumbness or mistakes in this society - we are all perfect - if you have some dead bodys put them in the basement like all the sinners do.