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Old 02-18-2016, 07:28 AM
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what are they?
and like neighborhoods, suburbs and little Towns
I don't think it's wise to bear such a mentality. The truth about racism is it is over the entire planet and has existed as far back as the time of creation. The angels felt superior to man as obvious as it was that God gave Man dominion over the earth. The nations of the earth felt threatened by the jews..etc. Gradually over time racism has evolved to the hydra it is today. It is always best to have a liberal mind on the issue than rather tag a place or people as most racist. That way you openly liberal.


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I don't think it's wise to bear such a mentality. The truth about racism is it is over the entire planet and has existed as far back as the time of creation. The angels felt superior to man as obvious as it was that God gave Man dominion over the earth. The nations of the earth felt threatened by the jews..etc. Gradually over time racism has evolved to the hydra it is today. It is always best to have a liberal mind on the issue than rather tag a place or people as most racist. That way you openly liberal.
Lol. It is a mix of being very funny and very worrying that people might still believe this sort of thing.

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I found Tasmania to be significantly racist due to how rural it is.


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Don't limit your enjoyment based on few ignorant people. Vast majority of Aussies are caring and loving people.


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I agree builder. Most Aussies are friendly and welcoming people.

I do think that it has improved significantly though over the decades. But that is probably the case for many other countries.


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I think that if you have such a prejudice before even having visited the country, you may be better staying at home.
Seriously, it would be better for yourself. With such a mindset, you won't enjoy yourself.
I can't count how many times I heard that "Australians are all racists", before moving there. Most saying that were Arabs and Asians. Every time I heard that, I thought that was silly.
And indeed, I never felt any Australian I have met was racist. It may be because English is not my first language that I don't always understand all subtleties, but anyway, it's something you perceive if the guy is making fun of you, and I have never experienced that.
Maybe I have been lucky so far, I don't know.
The cool koala, i think this is a fair question. As sadly there is racism around some parts of the country. If there wasnt we wouldnt have a crazy australian killing muslims in nz or a politician able to make racisit when ever she feels.

As a white a australian i want to know the answer to this question as my partner is african.

I do know Melbourne is one of the least racist cities as we are incredibly multicultural


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Maybe he means in frank terms, where the bogans live, on welfare, cause they are too stupid to do anything g else and in my eyes stupidity and racism seem to go hand in hand.
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I think that if you have such a prejudice before even having visited the country, you may be better staying at home.
Seriously, it would be better for yourself. With such a mindset, you won't enjoy yourself.
I can't count how many times I heard that "Australians are all racists", before moving there. Most saying that were Arabs and Asians. Every time I heard that, I thought that was silly.
And indeed, I never felt any Australian I have met was racist. It may be because English is not my first language that I don't always understand all subtleties, but anyway, it's something you perceive if the guy is making fun of you, and I have never experienced that.
Maybe I have been lucky so far, I don't know.
The cool koala, i think this is a fair question. As sadly there is racism around some parts of the country. If there wasnt we wouldnt have a crazy australian killing muslims in nz or a politician able to make racisit when ever she feels.

As a white a australian i want to know the answer to this question as my partner is african.

I do know Melbourne is one of the least racist cities as we are incredibly multicultural
If I can just chime in, as an African who's only visited the country 3 times. I can tell you I have never perceived it openly or subtly and I've travelled to some rural and cities. (All in the south) I expected some racism just because everywhere else I've travelled to in the "west" I've experienced it, (I've had a man get up and move seats in a train in Italy when i sat opposite them and he urged his wife to, she didn't.) but right from the airport lounge Aussies just seem too friendly and easy going people. Maybe it may happen, but I've never felt or heard anything directed to me.

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I think that if you have such a prejudice before even having visited the country, you may be better staying at home.
Seriously, it would be better for yourself. With such a mindset, you won't enjoy yourself.
I can't count how many times I heard that "Australians are all racists", before moving there. Most saying that were Arabs and Asians. Every time I heard that, I thought that was silly.
And indeed, I never felt any Australian I have met was racist. It may be because English is not my first language that I don't always understand all subtleties, but anyway, it's something you perceive if the guy is making fun of you, and I have never experienced that.
Maybe I have been lucky so far, I don't know.
The cool koala, i think this is a fair question. As sadly there is racism around some parts of the country. If there wasnt we wouldnt have a crazy australian killing muslims in nz or a politician able to make racisit when ever she feels.

As a white a australian i want to know the answer to this question as my partner is african.

I do know Melbourne is one of the least racist cities as we are incredibly multicultural
If I can just chime in, as an African who's only visited the country 3 times. I can tell you I have never perceived it openly or subtly and I've travelled to some rural and cities. (All in the south) I expected some racism just because everywhere else I've travelled to in the "west" I've experienced it, (I've had a man get up and move seats in a train in Italy when i sat opposite them and he urged his wife to, she didn't.) but right from the airport lounge Aussies just seem too friendly and easy going people. Maybe it may happen, but I've never felt or heard anything directed to me.

I am so happy to hear it!!! As this is what worried. My partner is currently in austria and it is quite racist there.


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