THE EDITOR: It really does not matter how much any citizen or member of any community complains about being a victim of racism because those who discriminate against others always deny any involvment in these wicked, deliberate, spiteful and malicious acts.
There are those people in our society who suffer to this day from carrying a chip on their shoulders because of historical events. They use various forms of racial discrimination to seek revenge on members of other races. When cornered by the evidence they use every excuse in the book to pretend that what they did or say was wrongly interpreted.
To avoid this pattern of denial, I believe the Government should introduce a race relations act so that anyone who believes they have been racially discriminated against could apply to the relevant authority to have their complaint examined and, where necessary, redressed.