So it sounds as if it’s a case of: “I am not an immigrant: I am ex-pat. They are immigrant. they are not ex-pat” – making distinction between “me the white” and “they the not”?

So it sounds as if it’s a case of:
“I am not an immigrant: I am ex-pat. They are immigrant. they are not ex-pat” – making distinction between “me the white” and “they the not”?
 Understood. I see immigration as adventure seeking, daring, thrilling, dangerous generally; how anybody can uproot themselves from their family homes like that is not something most people take on easily without much thought.
But I am of the minority opinion I think; I have great respect for anybody who immigrates.’

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