Odds and Ends
8 10, 5:52pm
The point was to protect other cultures from influencing and eventually destroying another ones. I don't mind having some kebab shops, but if you've step foot on Europe recently you'd know there's way too many. There isn't even a small town anywhere that doesn't have a kebab shop, and bigger ones can have like 5 on the same street.
Last year there was actually an Italian town that banned new kebab and 'ethnic' food restaurants in order to preserve Italian food culture, that kinda tells how damaging the invasion of kebab is.
And no ofc damaging the food culture isn't the only bad thing about mass migration, but I used that as example so I specified on that further.