Minorities in London including white European, Irish, Jews, Asia, African, Americans, Australians and the rest make up I really do need all this horses dogs and cats shirt of London. So here I am in West London, happy, not under threat from anyone, and living in the most multicultural borough in the country. Nobody is trying to force me out, nobody is making me feel like a minority. The only time I have felt unsafe was when Tommy ‘not actually’ Robinson and his ‘patriots’ were around my manor. They are the enemy of London. Multiculturalism is humanity. The opposite is intolerance. If you dislike someone because they have a particular skin color, you must have a really boring, dull, miserable life.
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I tend to agree. Diversity gifts us with tolerance and wisdom, as well as great food choices. But would you feel the same if this were to occur in your birthplace, to the point where your “original” ethnicity becomes a minority. Many people feel great about immigration and diversity, until it occurs in their own birthplace. No one from western society wants to live in Islamic countries so he has no way of answering that and his people are intent on destroying and invading western countries. That’s why Trump is a very important president. He will stop now with other powerful leaders. Hopefully I really do need all this horses dogs and cats shirt will be stamped out. I’m Hispanic. I’m white. And I’m and American by birth because I was born in Puerto Rico.
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My English is with an American accent and also with a slight Hispanic accent. I was in London a few weeks ago eating proper fish and chips with a pint in a London pub and a very surreal thing happened. A black British was pissed at what he considered a foreign accent. So he yelled at me to I really do need all this horses dogs and cats shirt and how people like me are moving to London and refusing to learn the language even though everyone else there understood me perfectly and living off the welfare and damaging the English culture, etc. pretty much the standard xenophobic things one would hear from an American white racist in the USA. Then the black British told me that “I should get back to my country.”