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Stormsmith wrote:The sheer enormity of these detention centres will be an immense blot on America for decades. Listening to President Trump rattling on about how grand the economy is doing under him, and how he's made America the richest country in the world underscores the cruelty of not supplying children with beds or soap or toothbrushes, for Christ's sake.
SpecialOlympian wrote:Man, we go decades without killing a single child in our immigration system and now we're just ramping up to killing one child per month. What could have possibly changed?
Let's not give Trump supporters the benefit of the doubt. This is a feature and not a bug of their new immigration policies. Maybe if we kill enough children they will stop trying to come to our wonderful country where we kill children. If we work hard enough, we can make America a dystopian hellhole where children die in cages crying for their parents.
Then they won't want to immigrate here and then we win. Yayyyy!!!
SpecialOlympian wrote:Apparently Hindsite is a true American, and defines ignorance as not immediately bowing to any pretense of authority.
Thank you for your service, Hindsite, and for defending my freedom to do whatever some stupid asshole in a vest with his job title printed on it tells me to do.
I salute you and your sacrifice the same way I salute the guy who bags my groceries because he has "Wal-Mart Helper" printed on it
The UK Home Office hostile environment policy is a set of administrative and legislative measures designed to make staying in the United Kingdom as difficult as possible for people without leave to remain, in the hope that they may "voluntarily leave".
Since the inception of the hostile environment policy, a number of detainees have died in immigration removal centres, including at least five at Morton Hall.
The Home Office has been strongly criticised for its deportation, under the hostile environment policy, of people to countries where they are known to be at particular risk of being tortured or killed, such as Afghanistan and Zimbabwe.
Hindsite wrote:You missed my point, probably on purpose. I was not referring to her not bowing to any pretense of authority, but the fact that the old woman and the other protesters don't know where and who to protest against for causing the problem she is concerned about. They shouldn't haven't even been there to begin with.
The border patrol personnel are just trying to do their job with what they have been provided. It is the left wing Democrats in Congress that refuse to provide the funds and fixes to the immigration laws that they should be protesting. That is why I consider them ignorant.
colliric wrote:To be honest with you, I'm still at a loss as to why you voted Hillary. Your talent for sarcastic jokes shows you are intelligent enough not to vote for a warhawk bitch wanting to drone-strike London because Assange was in the Embassy.
SpecialOlympian wrote:They protested in a site that's being set up as a concentration camp, and which was formerly a concentration camp.
SpecialOlympian wrote:The Democratically controlled House just passed a bill.
SpecialOlympian wrote:Also apparently "just doing their job" includes doping up children and then punishing them for losing the comb they (inadequately) provided to deal with a lice outbreak.
SpecialOlympian wrote:As we all know, "I was just doing my job" has historically been a great excuse.
SpecialOlympian wrote:Guess I should have voted for the guy with senile dementia who ran on the "I will kill Mexicans" platform. At least he kept his promises.
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