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Immigration Invasion - Why History Does Not Speak Well of Out of Control Foreign Relations

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 24, 2021 at 10:58

- Why does immigration reform not have a chance?-
What ever made anyone think that borders were the best way to protect a society.
Simply put, it is humanity's always answer for seeking a better life when it cannot be had at the home one once knew.
Humanity is migratory at its core. Eviction from the Garden, Babel, western frontiers and eastern expansions, mass movements in the form of invasions for empire's sake; it does not end. Taking on religious implications very early, Abram and his family were lead to the promised land for reasons of his belief in the Eternal Father and now subsequent challengers to that promise are circling for their own move over reasons; will it ever end?
Belarus and Poland have their own internal histories for migratory calamities, for in times past they had their own religious issues of invasion by hordes of historical changes of empire, Islam included here as well. Germany was formed from smaller estates of empire, was put through the era of the Reich, only to be partitioned again in these modern times: is Germany's fate to be targeted again Europe's fate?
Once again, does immigration solve anything? Likely not until humanity solves one problem: who's in charge.

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