I'd like to hear what people in other countries think about racism in the
Czech Republic. Nowadays it is a *big topic* here, after the wall,
separating inadaptable gypsies from the Czechs, was built up.
When Slovakian gypsies applied for refugee status in Helsinki, Finland, some
time ago, they were sent back to Prague (where they took a flight from) and
told that the Czech Republic is a democratic country without racism so they
should ask for status there. Afterwards I heard those voices from the West
that we are a racist country. Lots of criticisms of us that we are unable
to live with gypsies together and that it's a high time we did something
Where is the truth? Are we really so bad? Can anyone explain it to me?
I'm interesting in common people's opinion. I'm sick of official statements.