No English? No Service.

Posted May 23rd, 2011 by Jim Ettwein

A diner in South Carolina decided on a new policy whereby they only serve customers who can communicate with the staff in English.  The Reedy Creek Family Diner took this action when some Spanish speaking customers showed up and didn’t like it that none of the staff could communicate with them. 

The story might end there.  You might expect that they’d feel a backlash against such policy.  They might be sued for discrimination, or worse, violent acts could be committed against them.

Well, interestingly, the diner has seen its business TRIPLE!  A major law firm has promised that, if anyone sues them, they’ll defend the diner – pro bono.  And so far, it’s been quiet at the diner, except for the increased business.

I contend that we’re witnessing the start of a major change in America.  We’re not going to keep wimping out when confronted any more.  We’re not going to roll over with our legs in the air just to be poitically correct.  The sleeping giant is awakening.  The silent majority is beginning to roar.  And freedom might just return to America.  I say “just might” because we all have to do our part and make sure it does.  No one else will do it for us.  It’s you.  It’s me.  It’s her.  It’s him.  All of us.  Together.  Now.  rr

One Response to “No English? No Service.”

  1. B Howell

    The same thing is happening in Europe. They are developing a backbone. They are saying – enough.

    Good for the diner, good for the lawyers, good for the customers!