Why it is difficult to respect Europeans

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Why it is difficult to respect Europeans    by Mustang.

Mustang who also spins some great tales at Fix Bayonets and Thoughts From Afar

Ah, the Europeans … who, bless their little pea-pick ‘in hearts, seem to solidify into but two classes of human beings. In the first, we find those who tired of the tyranny of so-called noble aristocracy and moved … dare I suggest it? … to America. In America, they became frontiersmen, soldiers, sailors, farmers, entrepreneurs, politicians, judges, engineers, teachers, factory workers, miners, doctors, restaurateurs, steelworkers, cabbies, and dry-goods merchants. They were folks who made substantial contributions to America’s growth —and it is for this reason that we should take great pride in their accomplishments. The European emigre is part of the story of America.

Conversely, in the second group, we discover those who elected to stay behind, to do as they were told —including permitting…

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Direct Descendant of, Roman General, and Consul of Rome, BRITTIUS, of the Imperial Roman Army.
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One Response to Why it is difficult to respect Europeans

  1. mobiuswolf says:

    Same reasons it’s hard to respect liberals in general.

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