Mom Drops Adoption Bombshell on Son After Seeing His Racist Facebook Post
With the ongoing crisis in Syria, immigration has become a hot-button issue in America and abroad. It’s a topic that can divide families, but it can also be one that helps bring them closer together. That’s the hope after an unidentified man posted a racist screed against immigrants on social media — only to have his mom reveal that he was in fact an immigrant himself.
According to Indy100, the unnamed man took to Facebook to provide in his words the “ultimate argument” for why immigrants do not hold “any decent position” in his country. He even hashtagged the post with “Disgusting” and “Foreigners” at the end of his diatribe.
A friend of his also commented in agreement where they reveal they work for a bank and that “there must be a reason why my Bank (sic) has none of them in our senior management.”
The ridiculous claim from the racist banker went further when he said immigrants “are just not capable to learn how be (sic) civilized and intelligent as normal people. It seems as if that some features will never leave their species.”
Shortly after posting that grammatically and scientifically inaccurate phrase, the man’s mother replied to his posting in an epic comeback. She revealed that the racist banker was indeed an Armenian immigrant she and his father adopted when he was 2 years old.
“My dearest _ , hate to break this racist orgy between you and your ‘ingenious’ friends. We’ve never meant to tell you this, and maybe I shouldn’t do it even now, but you have really crossed the line this time. So — you deserve this.
“I just wanted to tell you that we (your dad and myself) have adopted you 23 years back (when you were 2) from an Armenian family who was at the time living in Sofia, Bulgaria.
“Still, nothing to be ashamed of. You still turned out to be a young successful banker with a great life. Guess those ‘dirty foreigners’ with their ‘dirty genes’ ARE (sic) capable of achieving something in their life after all.
“PS — We are still expecting you for lunch on Sunday. I am preparing Spaghetti Bolognese. Hope that’s not too ‘foreign’ for you.”
We’re betting there were some very interesting discussions at lunch that hopefully ended with a little family bonding.