Last Friday, VDare published a letter from Pary Karadaghi, Chief Executive Officer of the Kurdish Human Rights Watch in Fairfax, VA, critical of a July piece by Brenda Walker of Immigrations Human Cost entitled “What the New York Times didn’t tell you about Nashville’s Kurdish Gangs and the Patriotic Backlash.” Karadaghi calls Walker anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim.
Walker’s response to Karadaghi’s criticism:
As a refugee, you may believe that America should be the sanctuary for the world. On a planet of over six billion, such a thing is simply not possible, even if it were desirable.
Like all other peoples, Americans have the right to maintain their own culture.
That last line says it all.