June 26, 2015
Gavin McInnes: The U.S. of Shame
Gavin McInnes writes:
I’m a Canadian immigrant hailing from a province that made the English language illegal. French Canadians claim we treated them like the “white niggers of America” so we lay down and let them enforce French from coast to coast. The English made Montreal into one of the strongest cities in the world, but that all changed in 1970 when French terrorists drove the country into a state of emergency. Today, Montreal is an economic dead zone where the few English who didn’t leave have sequestered themselves to the West Island, sorry, “l’Ouest de l’île.”
Coming at this from an outsider’s perspective and without hundreds of years of shame to cloud my judgment, the whole thing looks ridiculous.