posted on Feb, 5 2017 @ 06:04 AM
a reply to: Vroomfondel
a reply to: LuXTeN
Having been born and raised in Toronto, along side every different culture you can imagine. Everything you said is true. Aside from the few extremist
(which are very few) racism doesn't really exist here and every culture gets along. One point I want to make is that on top of being the most
multicultural and diverse city, nobody is segregated. That's the true beauty of Toronto.
You can find a Chinese restaurant right next to an Indian one, which is right next to a Jamaican one, which happens to be next to a Greek one, which
happens to be right next to a Vietnamese one..Etc
Within a one block radius if you are in downtown, you can find a gothic night club, a hippie bar, a folk club and an Asian rave.. etc
Move into any neighborhood and most likely your neighbours are of different ethnicities and backgrounds.
Everyone just gets along.
But of course there are always exceptions to the rules, and there are many inner city communities that might not exactly reflect Chicago (cuz let's be
real no where is Chicago) but is still pretty bad. Where crimes and gangs are very prevalent. But even in these places it is diverse and not
predominantly blacks. It's really a culture shock to most people that have never been here.
I myself would probably be a culture shock to most of you..
So having said all of this, I can attest attest to the beauty and privilege of diversity, but I still don't disagree with what Trump is doing. If your
going to do it make sure you do it right. I am not sure how it works up here but I know it's not open borders and quite difficult to become a
Edit: oops this was supposed to be a reply to Vroomfondel, but actually kind of answers your hypothetical question by giving you some insight. But if
you were actually being serious about the question a quick Google search will tell you everything you need to know
edit on 5-2-2017 by
knowledgehunter0986 because: (no reason given)