Citation? According to who? Where are you getting these "facts" from?most australians hate the true owners of the land, and believe they're just british leaving in the other side of the world.
LOL good lord. Have you actually read the comments? Most of the readers are saying the article is full of crap. Racism occurs EVERYWHERE in every country.About immigrants talking about, even there is articles about how apartheid australia works
Racist bullying: Far-right agenda on immigration â€˜being taken into classroomsâ€™ - Education News - Education - The IndependentThe BBC has reported that the latest crime statistics appear to support Phillips' concerns. They show that race-hate crimes increased by almost 600 per cent in London in the month after the July 7 bomb attacks, with 269 more offences allegedly "motivated by religious hatred" reported to the Metropolitan Police, compared to the same period last year.
Here's one about FranceMore than 1,400 children and young people contacted ChildLine for counselling about racist bullying in 2013, up 69 per cent on the previous 12 months. Islamophobia is a particular issue in schools, according to the charity, with young Muslims reporting that they are being called "terrorists" and "bombers" by classmates.
Here's one about Germany"Racist attacks are on the rise in France," says N'Diaye."And racist slurs that used to be absolutely uncommon are becoming more and more common, if not more accepted, in growing parts of French society. So there is a lot to worry about when looking at the situation."
Again, racism exists everywhere. Australia has racism as well but it's not a big issue at all. Myself as a Vietnamese person, I can't even remember the last time or any time at all where someone has told me to "go back home" or "fuck off we're full". It simply isn't a thing to worry about. Life is good here and it's fair.Racism not only affects black people in Germany, of which there are many fewer than in the US. Anti-Semitism is also a form of racism, as well as antiziganism directed against the Roma. "There are many parallels to other groups that are discriminated against in this country, the racist experiences are similar," said Della.
From your opening post, I sense so much fear in you. "I fear this." "I fear this" "I fear". Just ease up and relax a little. Don't believe everything you read online. They are sensationalized to just get people to read about it. Fact is, people here are very laid back, casual, fair and friendly (well most I've seen anyway).Hope I'm wrong, really I hope so ... and thanks for answering, I'll think more about the idea of moving there..
BTW, what do you think about my 'english skills" at least on written level?
Full of grammatical errors but I still understood what you're trying to say. Not really a big issueBTW, what do you think about my 'english skills" at least on written level?