Once more from the top
To say that a society has a problem with racism is NOT the same as saying that it is a racist society. These are quite different statements.
Again, I never said Germany was the only EU country with a racism problem, nor did I say it was the worst in Europe on the matter. That was actually the point of the article.
How can anyone claim that Germany did not re-enforce the idea of nation after the war? Are all those books and debates about the national guilt just a mirage?
All your words, Mr Storck, keep proving my thesis that you and millions like you were told that you were supposed to bear guilt for something you did not do simply because you supposedly belong to the same "tribe" as the guilty. The fact that you do not accept this pabulum is to your credit, but I cannot understand why you won't recognise that I agree with you!
The last point I wish to make on this subject:
How can I be "anti-German" or "anti-Czech" when I don't even believe in the existence of such tribes in the first place? If you must give me a label try "anti-mythology".