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The KKK is condemned by most "Confederate" organizations.
This term is said to have originated in England before the 16th century, refering to the lower class whose diet primarily consisted of "crackers", actually biscuits.
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Yet another theory has it originating from white men honking their horns to call on the lounge singer/prostitute types in 1920's Harlem.
The Boogie man of which they spoke was in essence the white man.From the Thai word for French (farangsayt) who were among the first to colonize Southeast Asia.Generally non-derogatory, though depends on context and intention of speaker. Japanese equivalent to "Goyim," refers to anyone not Japanese, but especially Westerners.Since then, paradoxically, the term was embraced and has become so popular as to transcend outside its indigenous sub-culture into mainstream.
Since Weeaboo is an exact synonym of Wapanese, its usage is exactly the same.
Actually is a shortened version of "Gai-koku-jin" (literally "outside-country-person," the NICE way to say "foreigner.") "Gai-Ko," depending on how it's written in Japanese, can mean "diplomacy" (outside-mingle,) "extroversion" (outside-facing,) "outer harbor" or a Japanese name in which "ko" means "happiness"This is truly only derogatory in regions of northern Mexico and in the United States where it translates to "white foreigner." Gringo in many other countries in Latin America really only translates as "foreigner" without a pejorative connotation.