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Old 07-31-2016, 11:12 AM
 
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Driving the growing outrage in Europe and North America is the ongoing elite push for a borderless world. Among elites, borderlessness has taken its place among the politically correct positions of our age — and, as with other such ideas, it has shaped the language we use. The descriptive term “illegal alien” gave way to the nebulous “unlawful immigrant,” then “undocumented immigrant,” “immigrant,” or the entirely neutral “migrant” — a noun that obscures whether the individual in question is entering or leaving.

Why borders matter — and a borderless world is a fantasy - LA Times

This is the LA Times?! Unless even that "lib" rag has a gut feeling that Trump has a real chance in winning POTUS.
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Old 07-31-2016, 04:00 PM
 
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Driving the growing outrage in Europe and North America is the ongoing elite push for a borderless world. Among elites, borderlessness has taken its place among the politically correct positions of our age — and, as with other such ideas, it has shaped the language we use. The descriptive term “illegal alien” gave way to the nebulous “unlawful immigrant,” then “undocumented immigrant,” “immigrant,” or the entirely neutral “migrant” — a noun that obscures whether the individual in question is entering or leaving.

Why borders matter — and a borderless world is a fantasy - LA Times

This is the LA Times?! Unless even that "lib" rag has a gut feeling that Trump has a real chance in winning POTUS.
Or "undocumented American or citizen". We all know that they blur the lines between legal and illegal to call the attention away from the fact they violated our immigration laws and are here illegally in our country. I guess they think we are stupid.
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Old 08-01-2016, 01:14 AM
 
Location: West Los Angeles
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Millions upon millions of traditional Americans are supporters of the new right, which is now a populist nationalism platform. The new right rejects uncontrolled immigration, as well as trade imbalances and meaningless wars that further fuel the military industrial complex. The Neocon establishment "conservatives" (what were you conserving in the first place?!) will fail at erasing our borders if Trump is elected, and even if he is not, there will still be a huge populist nationalism movement that will not be quelled with the traditional talking points that Republican shill have been using for well over a decade.

We're Americans, and in the near future we will decide who gets to live with us, not a select group of people who have been ignoring our will for far too long.
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