Europe and Prejudice: They Are Not Over It Yet

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  1. Annie
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    I question the title, did racism ever leave Europe?

    http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/glenn_reynolds/2006/03/racism_returning_in_europe.html

     
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    No, of course it never did!

    We face constant evidence of that. Right now the public outcry is about the fact that clubs here tend to not let coloured people in. It's a clear violation of the law, but hard to proove. Putting the light on the matters are good though, like this survey. But I think figures would have look alot worse if it was another group than Jews. People generally don't think about Jews as a group here, I believe it lies within the question. If one think of a stereotype Jew he would have long hair and a funny hat. That wouldn't do - we must have a fat, smug moron as leader.

    U.S. is built by immigration, You´re much better to appriciate and make "good use" (Does that sound bad?) of immigrants. We have well educated surgeons working as janitors beacuse we fail to appriciate their knowledge.
     

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