It is an old familiar story, which we have heard many times before. The immigrants are poor and therefore tend to congregate together in cheap, decaying inner-city areas. Here they are forced to struggle for social acceptance in the teeth of opposition from workers who are already established in that particular piece of slum. Tad infinitum
There are plenty of organisations to make our flesh creep with their xenophobic racism. But to support them means that we only saddle ourselves with the political neurosis of a new nazism.
No, the working class must do better than that. We must aim for a world in which men and women are truly free and can move about the world as they like without meeting economic hardship or racial prejudice and violence. Until that happens, the reformist tinkering with race hate laws will continue to blunt themselves against an insoluble problem. Whilst capitalism lasts, the hardships of the working class will follow them all over the world. That is the lesson they must learn. There is no hiding place from capitalist divide and rule.