There's a type of person of almost all races, religions, sexual preferences, genders, etc. that get on my nerves.
For one thing, white trash meth-heads drive me up a wall. I had some of them break into my car once and they're always blowing up some seedy motel and having screaming arguments (or worse running the vacuum cleaner at 3 am). Should I therefore hate all white people based on the experiences I've had with a few bad eggs? Of course not. Truthfully, I've had more bad experiences with white people than any other type. Because I'm white I've had more experiences with that group than most others. And I've had plenty of experiences with people of all ethnicities.
Uberfuhrer, your using the reasoning that some of them did something shitty and you don't like how a lot of them act to judge an entire race. Which doesn't make a lot of sense to me. It sounds like you're trying to find reasons to justify and explain an irrational prejudice you already held, which is arguing backwards.
Which is ok. You're free to believe that some races are inferior to others or that the world is flat or that space men visited you in the night to take samples of your nose hairs. You could argue a dislike for black people from the same stance that I argue for disliking escargot or puce. Irrational and arbitrary personal preference. Like Kiddo said, I don't expect to be able to change your mind. It's your problem, not mine.
But I will say that being prejudice against prejudice makes more sense than being prejudice against an ethnicity. Being prejudiced against bigotry is like being prejudiced against emo kids. If a person is a bigot (or an emo kid) then it's likely that I won't agree with their ideals, have much in common with them, or be particularly impressed with their intelligence and education (ok, emo kids are usually pretty well-read for their ages). Whereas a person's skin color is no indication (whether you want to believe it or not) of their ideals, intelligence, education... or anything else internal. It is, however an indication of their ancestry. No different from eye color or last name.
Also, the difference between my prejudice against emo kids and most bigots, is that I won't insult an emo kid, threaten his family, deny him a job he's qualified for simply because he's an emo kid, or burn heartagrams on his lawn. I'm just probably not gonna end up being good friends with him.
Hopefully, your prejudice against certain races is like my prejudice against emo kids.
Anyway, I refrained from posting on this thread for a long time because I didn't want to get all embattled with someone again. You are entitled to your preferences and opinions whether I agree with them or not. I am stating why I don't agree with yours. You are not required to agree with mine. That is all.