It seems that some people are trying to correct me about the
thing, and tell me it's only discrimintation
against certain nationalities, not races. OK, let's call it discrimination against certain nationalities. Does it change anything? No, it feels the same to me as a victim.
(Note: as someone who considers himself an internationalization expert or something, I of course know the difference between a race and a nationality. The only big difference this has with the common racism, is that the common racism usually has a "race supremacy" theory attached to it.)