Race is a tricky term. We might be bigoted, prejudiced and illiberal. We are casteist, yes, and we divide ourselves on the basis of region and religion, but racist? I would hold my horses. This is a matter for debate.
Alvin Chan's insight:
From this article, I can see that discrimination is prevalent in both India and Europe. However, calling Indians racist would not be 100% correct. This is due to the fact that Indians are more opposed to people of their own community daring to be different rather than being prejudiced against another race, judging them by their race. But, in comparison the Europeans despite their supposed acceptance of foreign neighbours, they are do not want foreigners to immigrate into their county in the first place. This is seen hypocritical as these two arguments are contradicting. This shows that although some people in Europe are prejudiced against foreigners they do realize such discrimination is wrong, and as seem by their “covert racism”.
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