Let us not confuse or equate racism with [Filipino] nationalism.
Sometimes, during a discussion, there is a need to first define terms. Thus, in this blog/website, racism is defined as the belief that a particular race is superior or inferior to another, that a person’s social and moral traits are predetermined by his or her inborn biological characteristics.
Modern world history has amply demonstrated racism: most blatant were the institutionalized American slavery, Japanese-Americans rounded up and interred in camps during WW2 (but not the Italian-Americans or German-Americans),the South African apartheid, German Nazis' anti-Semitism, etc. (I think the last is the oldest, as far back as biblical history/Old Testament).
Racism was implemented/practiced via Racial Separatism, in the belief that different races should remain segregated and apart from one another.
The Filipino nationalism as characterized by the posting is not racism. Read it again to understand more fully.
Defacing the Currency: Selected Writings, 1992-2012  was published by Little Black Cart Press in 2013. It includes a lengthy (113 pages), previously unpublished critique of Noam Chomsky , "Chomsky on the Nod." A similar collection has been published, in Russian translation, by Hylaea Books in Moscow. Black's most recent book, also from LBC Books, is Instead of Work, which collects "The Abolition of Work" and seven other previously published texts, with a lengthy new update, "Afterthoughts on the Abolition of Work." The introduction is by science fiction writer Bruce Sterling .