BREITKelly Osbourne Latino Comment: She’s Exposed the Racist, Corporate-Left Immigration Argument

Latinos probably do clean some of Donald Trump’s toilets, especially at the Trump Towers in Rio, or at the Punta Del Este resort in Uruguay. But all things considered, it’s fair to say that Kelly Osbourne’s Latino comment wasn’t actually wrong – even though the Left are pretending she was, and she’s now having to pretend she was too – when she told The View that the Left’s views on immigration is hinged upon the idea of cheap labour.

Actually, Ms. Osbourne – whose Latino-toilet-cleaners remark was probably more of an insight into her upbringing than Donald Trump’s living situation – has probably been more honest about the political and cultural Left’s view on immigration than anyone else has in a long time.

KEL1All of the “love immigrants” rhetoric that comes from the Left is so wrapped up, intentionally, in layers of deceit and public relations speak that we rarely ever hear about why they really want more immigrants in the United States, and indeed the United Kingdom.

You see the Left, where I’m from, used to be actually Left wing. And by that I mean protectionist, kinda nationalist, and more concerned with trades unions and their members than migrants and global warming.

That’s all changed. The cultural liberals took over the cultural Left, just as they’re doing to the right, now. Then the corporatists took over the political Left, forcing Left-wing political leaders to abandon previously held socialist views.

KEL2This is what was behind Tony Blair’s Clause 4 moment. It was the driving force behind the Third Way politics of Clinton.

Even “hard-line socialists” like Labour’s leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn are products of the cultural Left eating the socialists during the 60s and 70s. Corbyn, however beneficial for him and his party it may be, seems unwilling to the challenge idea of mass immigration.

KELLYAnd while journalists act like they’re shocked and surprised when someone like Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) questions immigration on the basis of wage compression and jobs, this is actually the authentically Left-wing position on the matter.

It’s actually an authentically Right-wing position too, but we’ll save the dissection of how the corporatists have devoured conservatism too for another time.

So Kelly Osbourne’s comments, which are a great joy to watch on repeat, were not so much her not understanding the debate, but her obviously having totally absorbed all the things that  she hears at her Los Angeles slam poetry festivals, or on the rooftop of the Hotel California, or at the base of the letter ‘Y’ in the Hollywood sign, or wherever these people hang out.

“If you kick… aha… every Latino out of this country, then who is going to be cleaning your toilet, Donald Trump?”

The response was epic: “Oh, that’s not…”

To which Ms. Osbourne attempted to interject: “In a sense that… you know what I mean…?”

But it was too late. The cat was out of the bag. And it just pissed all over the table. Ms. Osbourne has now confirmed what a lot of us have long believed to be true.

And the argument, sadly, is made by people who identify on the Right as well as the Left.

“They’re doing the jobs that British/American people won’t do,” I’ve heard so many times.

No… they’re doing the jobs that the indigenous labour market is discouraged to do by the rhetoric of people like Kelly Osbourne, and others who use racist, degrading language. Do you think before mass migration, no one’s toilets were getting cleaned?

You see the labels “racist” and “colonialist” are often hurled against the protectionist Right, because the corporatist argument doesn’t stand up to much scrutiny.

Kelly_Osbourne_05Wage compression happens. Jobs are limited. Those are facts.

“If you kick… aha… every Latino out of this country, then who is going to be cleaning your toilet, Donald Trump?”

The response was epic: “Oh, that’s not…”

No one’s arguing that immigrants can’t contribute towards GDP, or don’t have good qualities.

But those, like Donald Trump, who want to control immigration are doing a cost-benefit analysis, whereas the corporate Left and Right are buying into the short-termist argument: cheap labour, and fast, equals more profits, and Western guilt alleviation. Something for everyone. Third Way indeed.

But the real racists and colonialists are these people – who want Latinos in the United States, and Eastern and Southern Europeans in the United Kingdom – so that they

don’t have to clean the toilets. It’s racial, ethnic, and nationalistic short-term opportunism. And it’s about to bite some countries right in the arsch.


About Kelly’kelly-osbournes racist comment…

Sharon Osbourne invested a great deal of time and money on saving her drug addict husband Ossie in order to keep him profitable.

The 30 years of drug rehabs, drug wilding and other associated drug addict life chaos was part of the home.

She also invested a great deal on her kids where entertainment is involved.

That family however, has not invested in formally educating Kelly Osbourne.  You can’t blame her for saying stupid things when she’s never been trained in anything other than to face whichever direction the camera’s red “recording” light is coming from.

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Kelly had forgotten about her extraordinary, long drawn out and very public way in which she dragged Julia Rancik through the coals when Rancik made comments about Zandaya’s dreads.

Now it is she who said something stupid… How did that go again?

IF WE KICK ALL LATINOS OUT OF THIS COUNTRY. WHO WOULD CLEAN YOUR TOILETS DONALD TRUMP?


Then when confronted with criticism from all sides, Kelly went on to post a statement on Twitter saying she’s not apologizing. And that’s not Kelly’s first foolish, racist remark… she has a long history of them for someone so young.

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