July 31, 2017

Diversity is NOT our strength. (And shut up about “all the restaurants.”)

Gavin McInnesArchive

The cheeseburger is proof that America is the greatest country on earth. It's delicious AND convenient: you can hold it in one hand while you punch someone or keep on working on the next great invention.

(LANGUAGE WARNING)

Liberals like to say "diversity is our strength," but their best example is to "look at all the great restaurants!"

The truth is, it's just the opposite. Other cultures eat disgusting food.

Everyone told me I’d love the food in Israel but it was all about dipping one thing into something else and I don’t want that. It was like eating all the leftovers in the fridge.

Asians are smarter than us so why is their food crap? They even eat things that are still alive.

Most of Africa has no food so I can’t really criticize it…

Even the cuisine of other Western countries isn’t that great, either. Only America wins!

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commented 2017-08-01 06:50:22 -0400
Anonymous commented…
" Diversity is our strength. Catchy phrase but what does it really mean and more over is it correct (a lot like so many other catchy phrases that JT comes up with). "

JT did NOT come up with ‘D———-y is our strength’ (sorry I can’t even write it). I remember there were some Liberals yapping that line about 15 years ago. I forgot who exactly; I think one was Jean Chretien.

Just because FratBoy robotically repeats it 5 times a day does not mean he owns it. Which is no surprise, as FratBoy never had an original thought in his life.
commented 2017-08-01 01:45:21 -0400
Of course the diverse liberal party picked yet another white man from Quebec as their leader, so diverse.
commented 2017-08-01 01:43:09 -0400
Lee Horseman my fiance is from Montreal she never had a Hawaiian pizza before she came here, nor had her son ever had a pizza burger. I guess not all of Canada embraced those delicious ideas.
commented 2017-07-31 22:40:30 -0400
I like Hawaiian pizza and Halifax donairs because they are both delicious recipes that JUST HAPPEN to have been concocted by Canadians. Couldn’t care less about the ridiculous “cultural appropriation” objections from the self-appointed “purist” food snobs who just love to flap their faces on behalf or the Italians and the Turks.
On the other hand, I do not care at all for Québécois-style “poutine” because . . . well, how can I put this gently? IT’S CRAP! For God’s sake, quit eating that stuff before it kills you!
commented 2017-07-31 22:36:55 -0400
Diversity, when talking of the positive aspects of other cultures, is definitely a positive. I grew up around Detroit in the 60s and 70s, which had a large immigrant community. I enjoyed their foods, holidays, dance, work ethic, and other aspects of Russian, German, Ukranian, Italian, Slovac, Korean, etc life. But woe betide those who brought the negative aspects like grudges, gangs, lawlessness, etc. Leave that Chit behind. So long as they discarded their past and attempted to integrate, all was well. At least until the Middle Easterners came and failed to even attempt to assimilate. The boys ran wild, with absolutely no concern or civility. And their females were hidden from sight – slaves in their own homes.

Are we supposed to limit ourselves to only our own heritage? If so, Italians would forego spaghetti, which was of Chinese origin. Nobody but Germans, specifically those from Hamburg would eat a burger. Only Native Americans (Specifically from central America) would ever eat a tomato. No tacos for you, Gringo! No pizza, Perdere. No egg roll, 蛋捲.

Bring the best, but leave the rest
commented 2017-07-31 22:07:33 -0400
Don Carlos Cervantes commented – “diversity; is NOT our strength, ’choice’ is.”
Don when the regressive left say “diversity” they really mean political/ideological monoculture – there is no diversity of though or expression allowed in leftard world – it’s about conformity – it’s about uniformity of thought – it’s about the single party state – pretty much the polar opposite of “diversity”™.
commented 2017-07-31 21:16:12 -0400
Spanish food, Gavin…I walked the Camino back in May and the food was amazing: empanada, bocadillos, paella, and of course, cafe con leche.

My real point: indeed, diversity is NOT our strength. Our strength lies in maintaining the rule of law and standing firm for the fundamental freedoms guaranteed to us by the Charter.
commented 2017-07-31 21:15:32 -0400
Its about time someone defend our culture, I know too many people over hyping foreign food when going to the restaurant.
commented 2017-07-31 21:08:27 -0400
Well said, Don Carlos Cervantes.
commented 2017-07-31 20:12:24 -0400
“There’s too much bacon with that.”……said no one ever.
commented 2017-07-31 20:05:07 -0400
With the exception of Moslem terrorists blowing themselves up accidentally, I have never found anything even remotely humourous about the primitive savagery of Islam and it’s threat to humanity…until I saw your footage of the, ah, person, wearing the tent, trying to eat spaghetti. That was hilarious!
What a bunch of retards…
commented 2017-07-31 19:40:01 -0400
Correction Gavin, Beer is the perfect food. Agreed Tex-Mex sux, best food on earth is Italian or Austrian.

Good rany BTW Gavin, you managed to PO all the right people.
commented 2017-07-31 17:56:43 -0400
KRISPY LARUE, I think that’s thanks to the franchises and it’s too bad. I miss them, too.
commented 2017-07-31 15:46:47 -0400
Like they say… love their food, hate their politics.

By the way, where did all those old folksy restaurants go? You know, the ones that served steak and mashed potatoes, grilled cheese and ham on rye, apple pie with a cup of joe? Gone the way of the Dodo.
commented 2017-07-31 15:35:20 -0400
I’m so glad somebody finally mentioned this.

If I had a nick for every time a moonbat mentioned “getting good Thai food” as a sign of their cosmopolitan wisdom, I’d have a nice nest egg.

The funny part is, that Thai restaurants are everywhere, not just in urban areas. But the moonbat wouldn’t know that, given that they think they’re gaining worldly wisdom within their 5 block radius that they restrict themselves to.
commented 2017-07-31 14:38:17 -0400
Diversity is our strength. Catchy phrase but what does it really mean and more over is it correct ( a lot like so many other catchy phrases that JT comes up with). In my work I travel extensively and Gavin is correct. The Chinese are among those that can take something that is edible and transform it into something that will either make you gag or if not give at least you the screaming squirts. Even stuff like KFC and McD’s is suspect. So JT stifle yourself about the great restaurants. No our strength would come from a group bringing various perspectives in to solve a common problem. Management 101 everyone pulling together in the same direction. That’s our strength.
commented 2017-07-31 14:07:03 -0400
The only thing multiculturalism ever had going for it was that at community get-togethers people could try each other’s food. Having sampled various ethnic foods, while I think the vast majority are just fine, I’ll be sticking with Western food and I have a new-found appreciation of it.
commented 2017-07-31 14:06:00 -0400
The only thing multiculturalism ever had going for it was that at community get-togethers people could try each other’s food. Having sampled various ethnic foods, while I think the vast majority are just fine, I’ll be sticking with Western food and I have a new-found appreciation of it.
commented 2017-07-31 14:05:25 -0400
The only thing multiculturalism ever had going for it was that at community get-togethers people could try each other’s food. Having sampled various ethnic foods, while I think the vast majority are just fine, I’ll be sticking with Western food and I have a new-found appreciation of it.
commented 2017-07-31 13:11:01 -0400
I agree with Gavin, as any sane Westerner would of course, that ‘diversity; is NOT our strength, ’choice’ is.

Diversity is a passive condition which has been imposed upon you by arrogant, elitist governments which you are then expected to adjust to like a hamster with a new wheel in his cage.

Choice, on the other hand, is an active condition, where one chooses if they want to be diverse or they choose to be homogeneous or they choose to be indifferent. Choice is the condition of free men and always has been, while imposed diversity, is the condition of hamsters.