you migh tbe right, but without backing it up with some statistics, you have no case but a claim.
Have a look at fra.europa.eu/fraWebsite/attachments/ar07p2_en.pdf
In Germany there are 2,080,000+ non-whites and another 840,000 Germans of Turkish descent. That makes at least 2,920,000 non-whites. In 2005 (the last year for which data is available for both nations) there were 15,192 "politically motivated - right wing crimes" (a definition which includes things like giving the Heil Hitler salute or having a copy of Mein Kampf). That makes a total of one crime per 192 non-whites. In other words a non-white in Germany has a one in 192 chance of being the victim of racist crime.
In Poland we have 24,809 non-whites (if we make the over-estimation that all of the Other, English, French etc are non-white). In 2005 there were 172 'racist' crimes reported under different legal articles. That makes one racist crime for every 144 non-whites. In other words a non-white in Poland has a one in 144 chance of being the victim of racist crime. So they're more likely to be a victim of racist crime in Poland than in Germany.
For Austria the minority population is 123,417 Turkish nationals; 7,982 Arabs; 5,916 Persian; 4,938 Chinese, (plus various others but let's go with the ones we know are almost certainly not white). Which gives a total of 142,253 non-whites. Total number of complaints of racist/xenophobic crimes in 2005 was 406. That makes a total of one crime per 350 non-whites. In other words a non-white in Austria has a one in 350 chance of being the victim of racist crime. To put that another way, a non-white is more than twice as likely to be the victim of racist crime in Poland than in Austria.
Racism is a negative characteristic of any nationality, but I believe that every nationality has a history of it and racism is NOT exclusive to Polish people. It is inclusive to all nationalities/ethnic groups etc.
I've never claimed that it is exclusive to Polish people. But nice try with building a straw man to attack.
What I have stated and continue to state is that Poland has a problem with racism and that racism is far more widespread than in any country I have lived in (with the exception of Kuwait).
Also, comparing Western countries to new democracy in Poland is a lost battle in your agrument. Those 2 different political, social, ethnic, demografic societies cannot be compared.
Neither political, social, ethnic nor demographic factors excuse racism.
I think that since you care so much about racism in Poland I would be interested to find out if you also have some suggestions how this can be changed
That's the $64,000 dollar question. And not one which I have much of an answer to (although banning Radio Maryja would doubtless be a good starting point).