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    Arrow L' "onda lunga" del sentimento anti-immigrazione arriva pure in Scozia

    http://www.scotlandonsunday.com/index.cfm?id=455662002

    Shock poll lifts lid on racist Scots
    JASON ALLARDYCE POLITICAL EDITOR


    LARGE numbers of Scots hold racist views which could lead to a rise in the fortunes of far-right politicians north of the Border, a disturbing new opinion poll reveals.

    Almost half of all Scots would back moves to return immigrants to their country of origin, according to the exclusive Scotland on Sunday/Scottish Opinion poll.
    Quasi il 50% degli scozzesi vorrebbe che gli immigrati tornassero nei loro Paesi d'origine
    The survey - conducted in the wake of National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen’s success in the French presidential race - also reveals that only 46% of Scots believe immigrants make a positive contribution to society.
    Solo il 46% degli scozzesi crede che gli immigrati contribuiscano a qualcosa di positivo per la societa'
    The poll found that a majority of Scots - 58% - believe it is too easy for immigrants to enter the UK and only four out of 10 do not think there are too many immigrants in Scotland.
    Per il 58% degli scozzesi e' troppo facile entrare in GB e solo 4 su 10 pensano che non ci siano troppi immigrati in Scozia
    The findings of the poll shatter the myth that racism is not endemic in multicultural Scotland.

    They also sparked grave warnings last night from one of Scotland’s leading anti-racism campaigners that the British National Party, tipped to win seats in England’s local elections this week, could soon capture Scottish parliament or council seats.

    Rowena Arshad, the director of Scotland’s Centre for Racial Equality, said she was "shocked" by the findings.

    She said: "I am very concerned that the BNP could rise here. Scotland needs to be more comfortable with diversity."

    Arshad, who is also Scotland’s equal opportunities commissioner, said Scotland has been "in denial" over racism which is "rife" in this country and does not just exist "among yobs and BNP supporters".

    Scotland on Sunday can also reveal that the BNP has escalated its activities north of the Border and is considering plans to contest next year’s Holyrood election for the first time if it does well in the English local elections.

    Our exclusive poll of 530 people across Scotland, the first major Scottish test of public opinion on immigration in several years, suggests that racism is endemic in a country that prides itself on tolerance.

    Hostile attitudes to asylum seekers and other immigrants who make their home in Scotland are most widely held by male Scots in their mid-20s and 30s in the C1 and C2 social classes.

    These are not angry skinheads but include office clerks, call centre workers, junior managers, plumbers, joiners and electricians, many of whom are setting up family homes and may feel threatened by a rise in asylum seekers and other immigrants.

    Arshad said this "polite racism" related to white men who regard themselves as "protectors and breadwinners" for their families. "One of the false fears surrounding immigration is the notion that the ethnic minorities have come to take our jobs".

    She said more efforts must now be made to tackle racism at an early age by requiring schools to teach children on the issue.

    Another key finding in the poll is that men are more likely to hold racist attitudes than women.

    Surprisingly, it also reveals that older Scots tend to be more tolerant of immigrants.

    First Minister Jack McConnell yesterday put the issue near the top of the political agenda.

    At a conference in Edinburgh, he said: "This past week shows that we must never be complacent about the politics of hatred based on easy populism. We need to put politics based on nationality and hatred into the dustbin of history."

    But Home Secretary David Blunkett last week warned that some schools were being "swamped" by asylum seekers.

    Phil Gallie, the Scottish Tory constitutional affairs spokesman, said growing Scottish concerns about asylum seekers were understandable.

    "Special interest groups would have you believe that Scotland is different," he said. "But the great majority of Scots realise that, while on occasion there is a need to give asylum to people oppressed in their own country, there is a feeling that far too many people come here too easily."

    A spokesman for the BNP, which denies it is racist, welcomed the poll findings. He claimed it showed Scots were "in tune with our ideas" that a rise in immigrants is "not conducive to the maintenance of white rule".


    Signori...la questione e' molto semplice: o tutta Europa e' impazzita ed e' diventata "razzista",o evidentemente gli europei,in maggioranza,NON vogliono immigrazione.

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    Predefinito Re: L' "onda lunga" del sentimento anti-immigrazione arriva pure in Scozia

    Anche se le cose stanno lentamente cambiando, non direi comunque che la maggioranza degli europei è contro l'immigrazione...speriamo comunque che lo possano diventare presto.
    Per questo ,e solo per questo, il caso Le Pen è da vedersi in chiave positiva..

 

 

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