I work at a factory that employs a lot of people from other countries. I was born and raised here in California, where I still live. Two of my co-workers are from one of the “Stan” countries. I can never remember which one. During breaks, they talk in Russian or whatever language it is they speak. It’s been going on for almost a year since they were first hired. I suspect that they are often talking about me and I’ve had enough. My supervisor won’t do anything more about it. She talked to them once and they said they were not talking about anyone here at work. Shouldn’t my supervisor tell them to speak English?
What exactly makes you think they aren’t talking about you? I’d be talking about you in their place. I even know what I’d be saying (but in Russian or “whatever language” as you so deftly described it): “Wow-ski. That employee sitting over there is sure rude. She/he works with us for a year and still does not know where we are from or what language we speak. Let’s stare at the rude person and laugh.”
Your supervisor and English-speaking co-workers are probably in on the whole thing. I also bet the NSA has a special file just about you. They are probably listening to you right now.
— Evil Skippy
Unless you have more than a paranoid suspicion that your co-workers are talking about you and saying things that are not appropriate at the workplace, you really do need to calm down, then keep calm and carry on. It might help if you assume your co-workers are talking about the Breaking Bad finale like everyone else.