After having crossed many dangerous paths lost of the immigrants looking for some peaceful world fled for the violence and danger they encountered in Honduras.
Many of those trying to cross the Mexican border have similar dreams like the many Europeans who came to the New world in the 19th century. Though most American have forgotten their roots of their immigrating parents.
Our guest-writer with the nickname El Catracho from Hall Green, Birmingham, remarks
We’ve all been watching on in shock at the illegal immigrant children being separated from their parents in, what I believe to be in towns bordering Mexico. The Trump administration have been trying to cover it up, then blame the Democrats for the immigration laws when they realised a smokescreen wasn’t feasible. It’s now turning into a damning state of affairs, with videos of caged children being played in Trump press conferences, while also prompting many memes comparing the crisis to the Nazi concentration camps in the 1940s.
He understands people’s concerns about illegal immigration but also looks at the US globalisation machine selling an image of the American Dream, while many Central Americans live in poverty and the threat of violence everyday, without adequate support of the state.
I get political now and then. Usually because I like the rest of the world get angry or emotional at images of words that hit a nerve.
I am not a Donald Trump fan. Not in the slightest. I have tried to understand the reasons why people voted for him, and like Brexit, there is an array of reasons. I wanted to invite Donald Trump supporters to communicate with me on this blog.
No one did.
Donald Trump has hit many lows. Much of the media hysteria is hard to read, due to the polemic propaganda from right and left. He distracts people on Twitter with nonsense, while drafting through bill after bill in disclosure, making the rich richer and the poor poorer, which a large majority of this demographic voted for him. He’s lied through his teeth, admitted to not paying taxes, been accused of various acts…
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