A Reader In Occupied Sugarland TX Reports Multicultural Propaganda From The University Of Houston
March 29, 2013, 01:10 AM
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From: “Seething In Sugar Land” [Send her mail]

I'm sending this because I'm so disgusted I could spit. I received this flyer in the mail yesterday and was shocked to see that there wasn't one white person in the picture.

A Reader In Occupied Sugarland, Texas Reports  Multicultural Propaganda

I live in Sugar Land, TX which is southwest of Houston and the district which Tom DeLay used to represent. My brother moved out here in 1984 when it was a nice "American" community. I moved here in 1995. For some reason, every Oriental, Asian, Muslim and unidentified Third Worlder has saturated the area over the last 20 years to the point where I feel like a foreigner in my own country wherever I go.

Fort Bend County boasts of their diversity and multiculturalism, while I loathe it. The city is now about 45% white—we have two Indian-American city councilmen—but I suppose that the University of Houston doesn't care about 45% of the population.

I plan on calling/ writing the Board of Trustees to vent my disgust for this kind of discrimination.[Email Richard Phillips, the Associate Vice Chancellor at UH Sugarland] The fact that a Muslim in a headscarf is front and center adds insult to injury.

I plan on retiring early in three years and the first thing I'm doing is getting out of this city. There are still parts of Texas that resemble the country I grew up in.

I was born and raised in Houston, but it's nothing but a cesspool now, compliments of all the immigrants who have ruined it. Legal or illegal, the end result is the destruction of this country's sovereignty.

Anyway, I'm sure you receive stories like this all the time, but this one really got to me.

Thank you for all you do.