Do you think Australia is a Racist Country?

As racism is a way of life in Australia, many fabricators try to make people believe that these occurrences are related to foreign customs and ways of living thereby psychologically reducing the impact on the local populace. It appears that the “feel good” philosophy appeases the minds of the local population who utilise excuses as a way of assuming nothing has happened that would not have happened in the country of origin of the maimed or killed Indians. It is a part of being accepted as ‘being Australian’ that a lot of people can not even recognise the racist comments right before their eyes. It is sufficient to say that "ignorance is bliss" and the population follow the local media’s hype and spin, doctoring the events affecting Indians, as the local saying goes: "They are lucky to be in the Lucky Country and would have been suffering misery in their own homes".

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