My skin is brown. If someone saw me and didn’t talk to me, it is very possible they would think that I wasn’t from America.
But fact of life: I am from America. I was born here, I was raised here. I have spent as much time in India as any other given person who has gone on vacation to any other country.
So when people start talking about sending us back to where we came from, I wonder exactly where they think someone like me should go. If they think they could send me back to India, it’d be the same as if they were sent to the country of their ancestry.
I don’t know the systems there. I know how to go on vacation there.
My home is here. Everything is here. If you want to send me back to where I was born, it literally would be about an hour away from where I’m sitting right now.
America is my country. For those of you who can’t seem to get that we are a country of many different ethnicities, get over it.
2 thoughts on “This Is My Country Too.”
It’s just the world going in the wrong direction now- instead of uniting, we are separating. We start dividing everything- people, lands, countries. Sad 😦 You ARE American, nobody can deny it.
It’s just America correcting itself and, sadly, such serious and sweeping corrections always bring with them some pain while the dosage and treatment regimen of the correction are worked out.
We are, in fact, uniting. The liberals divided us decades ago when they built an oikophobic, anti-White culture that denigrated assimilation and complained about “cultural appropriation” when we found parts of immigrants’ culture that fit well into the tapestry of America.
We were always before a melting pot with the many joining, assimilation, and becoming one. Now we’re a salad bar with each group in their own containers. And that is what America is correcting.