Well, I was asking because you said that there are racially segregated communities in Toronto, and listed Italian and Portugese, as if they are different races. But now you're confusing me together. Italians and Portuguese will naturally stick together "if given the option"? Why? Because they are the same race or because of other political stuff? I agree. I don't think race is the primary unifier, especially in multicultural societies. But it wasn't even my point to assert that, I just wanted some proof or logic from him on his position.