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....immigrants are easy targets....who really decides their fates....

Reader comment on item: Poland's Muslim Ban
in response to reader comment: On needing to justify a ban on Muslim immigration

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 5, 2018 at 12:48

It has taken the better part of sixty years of Anglo-American educational processes to final arrive at the portal of understanding why the global implications of humanity's inhumanities towards humanity appear to be on a path to its final destiny, that if left unchecked, it would not be impossible to verify some of the prescient observations and made the prognostication that at the peak of technological advances, collapse could be declared globally and the repercussions felt completely with the twenty four hour passing of the Sun. What does this have to do with immigration, one might ask: again; the lawyers' answer-that depends.
Why is immigration occurring more readily in these past few years; is this representative of times past when mass migrations occurred due to wars, famines, pestilences and seditions: or is there a deeper sense like that of rats fleeing sinking ships. Seriously, how do rats appear to know when to leave a doomed sea vessel when humans are reluctant to jump into treading water?
Masses of immigrants are easy targets; they draw little true compassion to their plight; in the current observances, they are referred to and made out to be the unfortunate circumstance of any political story that suites the elitists' efforts to make political sport of their calamity, just to long as they do not miss their escapades of excess in their sheltered coves and vineyards of private mirth and merriment.
Where the excesses are the greatest are the places that the migration started from, immigrants seeking the place where asylum may grant some form of peace; only to find that a promise of peace may not necessarily be truly found, a fateful voyage ending in a place of trials and tribulations because the truth of it was not told by those who profit from the tragedy of spoiled lives. Submission to these tales of tragedy has been and continues to be the hallmark of tyranny and rebellion to the Truth.
In these modern times, fleeing the institution of Islamism and the domineering attitudes of regimes of the Syrian and other Islamic theocracies appears to be on the rise, doing so with the malicious double-edged sword of expelling those who are considered apostate from the singlemindedness of the shari'a legal system, yet expecting that those who were displaced carry the seeds of that same teaching to other countries. They do not carry their innate attitudes of disdain for things western for nothing. Assimilation is not necessary to achieve the goal; look at Europe to understand this.
This sets up for the final analysis: the final for the total control of the world is coming down to the wire: east versus the west: does immigration constitute the best argument to decide the fate of the one world order? Anyone....anyone?


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