Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Just Don't Call It "Immigration" (Revisited)

Who ARE all these refugees from Syria, Iran, Iraq, Sudan and three other countries who, apparently subsidized by secret organizations unknown, keep flooding into the U.S. on a daily basis?

Who's paying their way?  Who's providing the passports and visas? 
They're supposed to be refugees, yet they seem somewhat "already well-off" enough to afford the air fare for trips abroad.

I'm not much on President Trump or on his administration and staff of blowhard aristocrats and ultra-partisan demagogues.  I don't see how such types could ever have the best interests of the "average Joe/Jane" in mind as they're of an entirely different breed of humanity altogether.

However, I'm all in agreement with the "travel ban" and can't understand all these "trophy bastard" protesters obstructing normal functions at some of this nation's busiest airports.   And in support of "the rights of" outsiders to randomly stroll right into our territory like it's a "second home" to them.

I also can't understand what these outsiders see in the U.S..  It's a country run by a perpetual police state, street gangs and the mafia.  The average person just gets fleeced by industries and corporations when overpaying for shoddy merchandise and products while getting bogged down by oppressive overkill laws.

The protesters will argue that "the United States has always been a nation of immigrants" (Not true!  It was a nation of Native Americans who were forced into "refugee camps" by the first European invaders from the 16th century to the 19th century), and that America is "a land of opportunity" (also not true.  Automation is taking over everything, plus the U.S. has always also been a land of ghettos---which are simply "refugee camps" for the unsuccessful).

I hope the Travel Ban gets reinstated.  I don't think it's right for random foreign outsiders to be "more important than" or to "matter more than" those of us who were actually born and raised in this country.

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