I'm sorry. That sucks.
Story of my life too!
I think it's got something to do with thinking sons are somewhat more valuable than daughters- I dunno, in my cultural background, this applies. He's such a loser- he pretends to be all 'PC', but goes against the very things he says he 'supports' and 'believes' in. He's such a selfish little jerk, but my parents just keep spoiling him! Oh well- I bet things won't be like that forever. Someday, their crappy actions and behaviour will come back and bite them in the ***!
Well, it doesn't mattter. He probably does things that make them like him more. Parents always do the 'preferential treatment' thing no matter what they say.
Someone is jealous and bitter about his brother getting everything and you are not.
Perhaps he is not really all that bad stuff that you just "publicly" called him and that you are feeling a bit angry due to your brother getting something that you feel you deserve?
If you want to resolve this then you need to go to your parents and say to them that you feel things are not equal for you and your brother. Then see what they say about it.
With this reply I have to say that you sound like you are a well adjusted thoughtful young man. Therefore I have to regress on my previous analysis, and say that you may have valid issues to discuss with your parents about. Just put them out as a well thought observation, and DO NOT use any opinions, or words like, "arrogant hypocritical spick." That just makes you sound bad and you lose all credibility at that point.
It's a cultural thing.
In many cultures, the eldest son gets all the breaks.
i take it you feel left out a bit
i went through that with my sister and my mom , she got 20 bucks i would get 5 bucks mmmm but sometimes we just have to live with it , if you complained out loud it might backfire and you would look like a dummy or that your crying for attention , guess your kind of stuck with it like i was
self-hating mexicans for the loss
youre calling youre brother a spic?