Is there anything in between rude/abusive when flagging a question?
SE being a multiracial and global company, it is important for me to have a certain consensus of action against statements that are presented as a prejudice or as covert micro-racism.
I refer to this question, and I only refer to the statement, because the rest is impossible for me to classify without speaking of clear racism.
Imagine the question in another way:
"How should we DEAL with people from China who don't want to speak Chinese?"
"How should we DEAL with people from France who don't want to speak French?"
"How should we DEAL with people from UK who don't want to speak English?"
I immediately flagged it after reading it, from all the options, rude / abusive seemed the correct one, since there is no micro-racism option or another alternative. The flag was rejected, the question is neither rude nor abusive. It's true; it's not rude, it's not abusive, and it's just a list of undercover micro-racist prejudices.
These types of situations only set precedents and should not only be seen and alerted at the time, but there should also be some action. At the moment the question remains intact without any changes.
Perhaps the question is interesting, but the statement is not.