Racism

According to research (CIA World Fact Book), Poland’s present population consists 96.7 per cent of Poles. The remaining people are Germans who make 0.4 per cent, Ukrainians and Belarusians, which are both 0.1 per cent of the community. Almost all people living in Poland are white and any people with a different skin colour (0.1 per cent) experience racist behaviour. “Alt-right” published a report from the Warsaw metro, where they published pictures on the internet showing exclusively white people only, using public transport in Warsaw. People from abroad often feel threatened in Poland because of racism. Attitudes are slowly starting to change in the Capital and some of the other big cities but remains a huge problem in the Provinces.