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11 Most Racist Countries in Europe

When we talk about 11 most racist countries in Europe, our mind  fails to understand why some human beings have to still live in that darkness. There is no denying the fact that we have made great progress in almost every aspect of our lives. Whether it is technology, medicine, space discoveries and understanding other inhabitants of our planet; we have breakthroughs in every field. Sometimes it hurts that our kind has discovered solutions to some of the most problematic and complex things but have failed to solve the simplest of questions.

With all the breakthroughs and discoveries we have made, it seems that we are drifting away from nature and natural ways of living. We might have succeeded in discovering life on other planets but we have failed to tolerate each other and that too miserably.



Apart from wars, murders, terrorism, and rape,  racism has been a continuous disgrace to mankind. We have come a long way from where it was considered pretty okay treating a man badly solely on the basis of cast and color. A lot of progress is also been made in spreading awareness and laws are now in practice to eliminate racism at all levels. Despite all our efforts, what seems missing is the sincere will of general public to eliminate it once and for all. On the whole, most people are not saying anything to deliberately hurt anyone or make them feel bad about their caste or the color of their skin, but there still exist those who do – those who live in Stone Age and for whom racism is like a part of life.

No matter what, we should remain hopeful that one day this world would be a better, more peaceful place to live in and things like racism and terrorism will find no place among ourselves. Until that actually happens, it would not be a bad idea to go through our list of most racist countries in Europe or our previous post regarding the 10 most racist countries in the world.

Racism ranking, used in this list, is a scoring system based on riots, general people behavior, past history and a few more useful indicators of racism.