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10+ things non-English-speaking immigrants gave us that we totally don’t need at all.

Since forever America has been a melting pot for people with diverse and rich backgrounds. Of course one can look at this diversity flooding in as a “serious threat” to “American values” and has to do something to “Make America Great Again.”

President Trump has a strong resolution for this, which is quite obvious in his “meticulously” designed policies for the immigrants. Recently he has introduced yet another “ingenious” immigration system that would “favour applicants who speak English.”

We are just so proud of our signature language, we speak English and you sir should better be good at it while you make a step in our doors.

American doesn’t want people barging in with their diverse backgrounds making “unique” contributions to its history, economy and whatsoever.

We don’t need em…

Let’s dig in all the beautiful things without the “horrible” contributions of nonEnglish speaking invaders. Americans could have bragged about the following.

#1 Who needs to Google around anyway? The co-founder was a  Russian speaking invader.

Google co-founder Sergey Brin. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.

#2 We are better off without searching for answers on Yahoo by some Jerry Yang who didn’t even know a single English word when he came to America.

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#3 The Pulitzer was named after a German Immigrant. Looks like an award for fake news, just because its not sufficiently American.

 

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#4 We would not have to handle all that Nuclear fuss if we could have just kept that man off our borders, safe in the hands of Nazis.

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#5 A German speaking man invented America’s pants, I mean would you believe it!!!

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#6 It won’t hurt us a bit to get rid of all the American hits of Antonio Banderas. He should have been a proper English speaking gentleman.

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#7 And of those excellent “That 70s Show,” “Family Guy,”.

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Mila Kunis was a Ukrainian and she learned English in her first year at school in USA.

#8 We could have done well without all those Terminator series and not to mention the excellent management of a major state economy too.

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Arnold could speak only a little English when he came to America in 1968.

 

#9 “GOD Bless America” is an unjustly overrated piece of art by the Russian-born Irving Berlin just like his “White Christmas.”

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#10 Who would have loved the “Jump” if we would have known that Eddie Van Halen is a Dutch!

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#11 The World’ most medium beer is the original work of Adolphus Busch from Germany.

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#12 3,060 singles, doubles, triples, and home runs over 16 years by Ichiro Suzuki who was not affluent in English. Nope… We didn’t need him.

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#13 The most devastating cut-fastball in the Major League history could have stayed in Panama..And we really wouldn’t have cared less.

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Mariano Rivera didn’t know English before coming to pitch for the Yankees in 1990.

#14 Really no one should have cared about the exceptional 608 struck home runs.

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Albert Pujols only learned English when he moved to America from the Dominican Republican.

#15 We could have easily avoided all the extravagant games, countless hours of bonding an fun if the 30% of the baseball players would not have been welcomed to the great country of USA.

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#16 We could have avoided that low-effort dunk.

Gif by NBA.

Yao Ming learned English hanging out in NBA locker room for six months.

#17 Lettuce, tomatoes, oranges, garlic, apples, lemons, cherries, corn, peaches, broccoli, plums, Swiss chard, watermelons, scallions, cranberries, parsley, and nectarines are just not so essential to our lives.

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According to a Pew Research Center study, over 40% of farm workers in some states are undocumented. Estimates peg the total share of foreign-born farm workers between 70% and 90%.

#18 Or the rail road network built by thousands of Chinese immigrant laborers.

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#19. Or the pastrami sandwiches introduced by Yiddish-speakers.

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#20. Or chicken parmesan, no thanks to Neopolitan-speakers

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#21 Or P.F. Chang’s … and all the yummy modern Chinese cuisine.

Photo by M.O. Stevens/Wikimedia Commons.

Cecilia Chang was not a pro English speaking woman  when she immigrated to San Francisco in the ’60s. She introduced a range of classic Chinese dishes to the Americans Her son Philip co-founded P.F. Chang’s in 1993.

#22. We didn’t need that quarter of the brave soldiers who fought to end slavery and establish the modern United States.

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#23. Or the French military strategy that helped us win our independence in the first place.

French General and noted code word Rochambeau and Marquis de Lafayette, Lancelot of the revolutionary set. Photo via Hulton Archive.

So you can guess that if the policy of hatred and denial would have been in the very fabric of America the most amazing things would never ever have happened. The diversity has always bring about the most extraordinary developments in the history of USA.

Instead of shutting doors and judging people on the basis of how they and what they speak we should cherish the beauty of diversity and make the most of it together. We would love to hear your thoughts upon this. The comments section below is craving for some lovely thoughts 🙂

 

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