I'm not sure whether "US are about 10-15 years behind in this department". I would say the US is ahead of the pack in these things. In Europe you have laws that forbid certain type of discourse outright which the US still doesn't have. However, in Europe people seem to be more politically incorrect in personal discussions, behavior and attitude. There is no such social stigma in holding openly racialist views in many areas Europe as it is here in the US. I read some news comment posts regarding the Suarez/Terry situation. Although the "news" and the "journalists" (i.e. the elites) support the verdict 100% and are condemning Suarez, at least 80/90% of the reader's posts (fans) support the player and talk about political correctness running amok and whites becoming the victims of the system. You can see a definite fracture between the elites and the people on the street. As as sport, even with all this relentless "anti-racism" campaign, soccer/football is still a refuge for politically incorrect behavior, especially for fans in certain areas (Eastern Europe, Southern Europe). Banana throwing, monkey sounds to black players, politically incorrect banners with Celtic Crosses and even Swastikas in some cases are still pretty common. Also, the fans of some teams (Lazio, Zenit St. Petersburg in Russia, Hajduk Split, some Serbian teams, Greek teams and many others) are known to be very politicized, nationalistic, right wing and often openly racialist (see for example this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkHw9F6txxI&feature=related&skipcontrinter=1 ) . English and Northern/Western European fans (who were pretty aggressive in the 70s/80s) seem have fallen far behind for now. I see some of these football fan organizations spearheading the Whites when/if large scale racial disorders start in Europe (which I think is only a matter of time in some countries). I don't see anything this kind of things happening in American Sports which are pure "entertainment" (while soccer/football in many areas of Europe goes well beyond "entertainment") The worship of the "black super athlete" reigns supreme in the US. To conclude - as a person that has lived in both places, the impression is that in Europe the regimes controlled by anti-White elites are desperately trying (for now unsuccessfully) to police the population. In the US the population seems to be overwhelmingly sedated and is (for now successfully) policing itself.