Building a wall

Hungary is using unemployed people to build a wall to help stop the massive flow of Third World people into the country.

The United Kingdom is building a wall to keep Third World immigrants from breaching the Channel Tunnel.

Israel is building a wall over 400 miles long to protect the country from terrorists and Third World immigrants.

Yesterday, in Michigan, Donald Trump received enthusiastic support for his plan to build a wall on the Mexican border to keep out Hispanic illegal immigrants. Politico reports:

Trump spoke at length on illegal immigration to a crowd that organizers pegged at 2,800 people and told stories of young people murdered by undocumented immigrants, as he has regularly since coming under fire for his comments about the alleged criminality of undocumented immigrants who crossed the Mexican border.

“We have to build a wall,” he said, provoking a thunderous standing ovation and chants of “Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump!”

“The wall will be big,” Trump declared. “It will be powerful.”

It is a message which resonates with ordinary people.

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  1. We have come a long way from the days of Ronald Reagan, at the Berlin Gate, taunting The Soviets to, ‘Tear down that wall, Mr. Gorbachev!’

    Irony aside, I believe in the old Italian proverb which goes like this :

    ‘Love thy neighbour, but don’t cut down your hedge…’

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  2. By crossing the border, the illegals are actually violating Mexican law, which requires permission from the Mexican Department of State, in order to leave the country . But because these people are mostly criminals and the unpriductive , the Mexican authorities look the other way. A lot of them are from south of Mexico and fleeing from warrants as well.

    It’s like Cuba did in the 80’s. They emptied their jails and dumped their undesirables on us. Mexico is doing the same. Dumping their social problems on us.

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