Another ungrateful migrant creates a new 'narrative' for ingratitude


Calcutta-born Suketu Mehta, a bitter revanchist who would have been ripped to shreds as a fourth-rate, fourth world 'intellectual' by V.S. Naipaul (too bad he's not alive) puts forth the argument in the Washington Post that immigration is a reparation. His piece is titled 'I am an uppity immigrant. Don't expect me to be grateful." Based on what he says, it's clear he views migration to the U.S. as an entitlement solely because America is so very, very bad -- and as a lagniappe, because he's so very, very good.