Friday, May 13, 2016

John Kerry's Borderless World

This article first appeared in Eagle Rising.

John Kerry demanding asylum

John Kerry, our feckless secretary of state, spoke at Northeastern University this past week and basically exemplified what is wrong with Western leaders these days. With illegal immigration in this country out of control and tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees streaming into Europe from the Middle East and North Africa, Kerry, perfectly in line with his European friends, told his audience that they should just lay back and enjoy it, to borrow a phrase.  More exactly, he told them to prepare for a "borderless world." What??!!

Sorry, Mr Kerry, but we are not going to prepare for your borderless world. We are going to fight it. We have already seen the anarchy, crime, terrorism and division  that is taking over Europe due to the feckless leadership of the EU and their respective national leaders. The European public is just starting to fight back.

Does this mean we are going to stop immigration? Hardly. Sensible immigration, which is controlled and designed to benefit our own countries can continue. What cannot continue is this invasion that is taking place in the US and Europe. Just because there are regions in the world that cannot get their affairs in order doesn't mean that the whole world now has license to move to the regions that are more successful. It is we who should be able to decide who we want and who we don't want. Borders can be enforced effectively if nations have the will to secure those borders.

John Kerry has shown his true colors with these statements. He has shown that he is not fit to be our nation's top diplomat. Similarly, European leaders like Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande and others have shown that they are not up to the task and should move out of the way. Their populations are fed up with this invasion of their countries. It is a lie to call this immigration because it is not. It is something that is tearing at the very fabric of European society and will do the same here if left unchecked.

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