台灣鼓勵種族歧視仇恨言論，美國零容忍新聞報導美國俄克拉荷馬大學一個學生聯誼會「Sigma Alpha Epsilon」（ＳＡＥ）的成員被拍攝到在巴士高叫種族歧視言論並稱永遠不會讓黑人入會，除受到抗議外，大學校長譴責事件，宣布即時關閉聯誼會，又限令涉事的學生，在星期二午夜前，搬到校外其他宿舍。如果這件事發生在台灣又是如神一般的政治人物，一定有一堆人說「小朋友是失言」、「我們都不是完人」、「給年輕人一個機會」、「謝謝他們的影響力，讓大家看到這個問題」…，不相信嗎，柯文哲仇恨與歧視外籍配偶的言論就是如此。
我長期觀察台灣強烈仇恨與歧視外籍配偶的言論，作了約10年的紀錄，這其中的惡劣言行不可勝數，像2005/8/24我談到高雄捷運泰勞暴動、民進黨周燦德說「外籍新娘素質有問題，要節育」、段氏日玲受虐案、新莊一名八歲的中越混血男童遭到社區主委當街用狗鍊套住脖子拖行，彰化縣一名陳姓男子教兒子把越南配偶阮氏當外勞使喚訴還要求「三人行」等（見 再也沒有比這更讓台灣難堪的 ）。十年後柯文哲以「進口」之論污辱外籍配偶，居然還有人說謝謝柯文哲讓大家正視問題，台灣人瘋了嗎？十年前就討論過，十年後不改居然還沒有錯？？
如新住民家庭成長協會執行長柯宇玲投書「不只「進口」 外配還可「退貨」」說 「最後，謝謝柯市長的影響力，讓輿論看到在暗處哭泣的外籍單親媽媽。也給了社會多元文化的震撼教育，比民間團體說破嘴有效。」、胡博硯教授文章「柯P失言絕非偶然，因為歧視就在無形之間」 說「我不是想幫柯說話，我只是想說，「柯文哲只是一如既往地表現出一個台灣人的想像，要改的不會只是他，而是這個國家。」柯P失言絕非偶然，因為歧視就在無形之間」，把一個蔑視人性尊嚴的語言做這種解釋，還要大家正視「問題」？
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法新社和美國教育網站「高校情報」（InsideHigher Ed）報導，影片可見美國規模最大兄弟會之一的「西格馬阿爾法艾司隆」（Sigma Alpha Epsilon,SAE）成員身穿正式服裝，在行駛的巴士上以童謠「如果你很高興你就拍拍手」的旋律高唱歧視性言語，不僅使用「黑鬼」（nigger）字眼，還提到以私刑處死，並稱非裔人士不應該成為SAE成員。
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該影片中可見，美國規模最大兄弟會之一的「Sigma Alpha Epsilon」（ＳＡＥ）成員身穿正式禮服，在行駛中的巴士上高唱改編自童謠「如果你很高興你就拍拍手」的旋律，歌詞中有「黑鬼」（nigger）字眼，還提到要處私刑，稱非裔學生不應成為ＳＡＥ兄弟會成員。
Oklahoma University Fraternity Closed After Racist Chant Video Posted
MARCH 09, 2015 4:32 PM ET
One of America's largest college fraternities, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, closed its chapter at the University of Oklahoma late Sunday after a video posted hours earlier appeared to show fraternity members singing a racist chant. Please note that this report uses some harsh, racial language.
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One of the nation's largest college fraternities has closed its chapter at the University of Oklahoma. Sigma Alpha Epsilon has until midnight tomorrow to vacate its house, after a video surfaced of its members chanting racial slurs. Kate Carlton Greer of member station KGOU reports the university also moved swiftly to punish the fraternity. And a warning - there is offensive language in this story.
KATE CARLTON GREER, BYLINE: Hundreds of students gathered this morning at the University of Oklahoma to protest the video.
UNIDENTIFIED STUDENT: If you see racism and you don't say nothing about it, then you are only assisting the problem. Do you all get what I'm saying?
GREER: The recording showed Sigma Alpha Epsilon members on a bus, singing a highly derogatory, racist chant that also included a phrase about lynching and saying no black people would ever be admitted. OU senior Samuel Iroanya says the video is just a glimpse of the discrimination that sometimes occurs on campus.
SAMUEL IROANYA: Unfortunately it took something this big to make our campus aware that the things we're talking about are not just issues we're sitting at home making up. They're issues that actually do exist, and racism is alive. So we have to stop acting like we don't see the big elephant in the room.
GREER: Not long after the video went viral late yesterday, the national office of Sigma Alpha Epsilon ordered the chapter to close. Brandon Weghorst is a fraternity spokesman.
BRANDON WEGHORST: Our board of directors didn't even hesitate to close the chapter, because this is absolutely not tolerable. This is something that we will not accept, and we do not need this type of behavior in Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
GREER: University President David Boren says he's considering harsh disciplinary actions. During a press conference, Boren called the students' behavior despicable and said he hoped the fraternity members would just leave the University.
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DAVID BOREN: For 1 percent or less to tarnish the image of 99 percent who are incredible young people who do love and care about each other, who do respect each other - it's just a terrible thing that this could happen.
GREER: While an investigation continues, some students, like Delatrice Staley, say the closing of the chapter isn't enough. She's frustrated that some want to suspend instead of expel the fraternity members for using such harsh racial language.
DELATRICE STALEY: Why should I feel uncomfortable here on campus because another group wants to call me [expletive] or something like that? Too much in the black community we always have to take the stand and, oh, we're going to teach all the people about goodness. Ignorance is not an excuse for racism.
GREER: Staley worries that even with severe punishment, discrimination will continue at OU. That's something both students and university administrators have to grapple with now. For NPR News, I'm Kate Carlton Greer in Norman, Okla.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Parents Say Frat Member in Racist Chant 'Made a Horrible Mistake'
Mar 10, 2015, 10:55 PM ET
By EMILY SHAPIRO and DEAN SCHABNER
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The parents of one of the University of Oklahoma fraternity members shown in a video of a racist chant said tonight he is a "good boy" who made a "horrible mistake."
Brody and Susan Pettit, the parents of Levi Pettit, released a statement this evening saying they were "shocked and saddened" by what they saw in the video.
"As parents of Levi, we love him and care for him deeply," they said. "He made a horrible mistake, and will live with the consequences forever. However, we also know the depth of our son's character. He is a good boy, but what we saw in those videos is disgusting.
"While it may be difficult for those who only know Levi from the video to understand, we know his heart, and he is not a racist," they said. "We raised him to be loving and inclusive and we all remain surrounded by a diverse, close-knit group of friends."
Levi Pettit is the second of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon members seen in the video to be identified.
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The president of Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas said the fraternity member apparently "leading" the racist chant on a bus full of students is a recent graduate of the high school.
"In the recent video regarding OU and the SAE [Sigma Alpha Epsilon] fraternity, it appears that a graduate from Jesuit Dallas is leading the racist chant," according to a statement by Mike Earsing, the president of Jesuit Dallas, which has confirmed its former student's name as Parker Rice, 19.
"I am appalled by the actions in the video and extremely hurt by the pain this has caused our community. It is unconscionable and very sad that in 2015 we still live in a society where this type of bigotry and racism takes place."
Earsing added, "Unfortunately, isolated incidents throughout our society remind us that there is still much work to be done."
ABC News has been unable to reach Rice. The Jesuit Dallas Alumni Office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
PHOTO: The Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas.Google Maps
PHOTO: The Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas.
University of Oklahoma student Matthew Lopez, who lived on the same residence hall floor as Rice in Norman, Oklahoma, said "he's a person of high moral fiber," and, "someone that's tolerant of other people and their different cultures and their different backgrounds.
"I know Parker," Lopez told ABC News today. "He's not a racist."
The University of Oklahoma, citing privacy laws, declined to name two students it expelled today in connection to the now-viral video. So it was unclear whether Rice or Pettit were among the two expelled students.
University of Oklahoma President David Boren said the students who played a leadership role in the "exclusionary" chant had created a hostile learning environment. He said the chant was heard not only by those on a bus, but also affected the entire university community because it was distributed through social media.
Boren said, "I have emphasized that there is zero tolerance for this kind of threatening racist behavior at the University of Oklahoma. I hope that the entire nation will join us in having zero tolerance of such racism when it raises its ugly head in other situations across our country."
He continued, "I am extremely proud of the reaction and response expressed by our entire university family -- students, faculty, staff, and alumni about this incident. They are 'Real Sooners' who believe in mutual respect for all. I hope that students involved in this incident will learn from this experience and realize that it is wrong to use words to hurt, threaten and exclude other people. We will continue our investigation of all the students engaged in the singing of this chant. Once their identities have been confirmed, they will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action."
According to Boren's letter, if the expelled students disagree with the decision, they can contact the school's Equal Opportunity Office by this Friday.
The president of the university's Black Student Association, Isaac Hill, a 20-year-old engineering major, said he agreed with the president's decision to expel two of the students involved because "those people don't deserve to carry the title that comes with being a student here."