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  • We should have open borders

    5000 people died crossing the U.S Mexican border between 1994 and 2007. Tens of thousands of people have died by 2018 not to break the law but to get a better life... Do you want to be the people that keep them from a better life or do you want to help save them from being slaves and beat. The fate of many innocent people lie in your hands so i'm asking you do you want to let these people die trying to have a better life or do you want to stand with me and make a difference.

  • Hell Yes open Them

    Nearly 60,000 unaccompanied minors have crossed the fringe unlawfully in the previous year, the vast majority of them looking for shelter from destitution and brutality in their nations of origin. That is to say nothing of the a huge number of Mexicans applying for refuge to get away from the nation's medication war or the a large number of others just searching for work. Americans are pleased with their nation's history of harboring Irish families escaping starvation in the late nineteenth century, and also Jewish displaced people from World War II. Why not outcasts from Mexico and Focal America?When people say build the wall, it makes me mad because like come on we all know your family isn't from here. Those so called immigrants the Hispanics were the indigenous people of this country and yet we forget that and act like hypocrites and ignorant not just to our selfs but our own people. I don't believe putting the wall, I'm not just saying that because I identify as hispanic but because I don't think we need this wall.This is the thing people want tans, hispanic accents, hispanic culture but NOT the struggle of fearing your family being deported. No one wants to be the children put into the system, while there family is another country. You don't want to be that father, mother, son or daughter watching their family get ripped away from them because of some stupid law. Yet we allow this border to cloud our judgment of these people, when for all you know your friend could be undocumented. Great many people just consider undocumented outsiders as coming into the Assembled States, yet for the majority of the Unified States' history, Mexican and Focal American specialists crossed into the nation for occasional rural work and after that returned home. Some individuals who work in different commercial enterprises go to the U.S. to raise capital and return home to begin a business. With the militarization of the outskirt, returning has turned out to be difficult to the point that a great many people basically remain. OPEN your eyes and stop with the ignorance. Tear down the borders, think if you were them, watching your family be ripped away before yours eyes. Because even though this is my country, its not the land of so called freaking freedom with these borders.

  • Hell Yes open Them

    Nearly 60,000 unaccompanied minors have crossed the fringe unlawfully in the previous year, the vast majority of them looking for shelter from destitution and brutality in their nations of origin. That is to say nothing of the a huge number of Mexicans applying for refuge to get away from the nation's medication war or the a large number of others just searching for work. Americans are pleased with their nation's history of harboring Irish families escaping starvation in the late nineteenth century, and also Jewish displaced people from World War II. Why not outcasts from Mexico and Focal America?When people say build the wall, it makes me mad because like come on we all know your family isn't from here. Those so called immigrants the Hispanics were the indigenous people of this country and yet we forget that and act like hypocrites and ignorant not just to our selfs but our own people. I don't believe putting the wall, I'm not just saying that because I identify as hispanic but because I don't think we need this wall.This is the thing people want tans, hispanic accents, hispanic culture but NOT the struggle of fearing your family being deported. No one wants to be the children put into the system, while there family is another country. You don't want to be that father, mother, son or daughter watching their family get ripped away from them because of some stupid law. Yet we allow this border to cloud our judgment of these people, when for all you know your friend could be undocumented. Great many people just consider undocumented outsiders as coming into the Assembled States, yet for the majority of the Unified States' history, Mexican and Focal American specialists crossed into the nation for occasional rural work and after that returned home. Some individuals who work in different commercial enterprises go to the U.S. to raise capital and return home to begin a business. With the militarization of the outskirt, returning has turned out to be difficult to the point that a great many people basically remain. OPEN your eyes and stop with the ignorance. Tear down the borders, think if you were them, watching your family be ripped away before yours eyes. Because even though this is my country, its not the land of so called freaking freedom with these borders.

  • Hell Yes open Them

    Nearly 60,000 unaccompanied minors have crossed the fringe unlawfully in the previous year, the vast majority of them looking for shelter from destitution and brutality in their nations of origin. That is to say nothing of the a huge number of Mexicans applying for refuge to get away from the nation's medication war or the a large number of others just searching for work. Americans are pleased with their nation's history of harboring Irish families escaping starvation in the late nineteenth century, and also Jewish displaced people from World War II. Why not outcasts from Mexico and Focal America?When people say build the wall, it makes me mad because like come on we all know your family isn't from here. Those so called immigrants the Hispanics were the indigenous people of this country and yet we forget that and act like hypocrites and ignorant not just to our selfs but our own people. I don't believe putting the wall, I'm not just saying that because I identify as hispanic but because I don't think we need this wall.This is the thing people want tans, hispanic accents, hispanic culture but NOT the struggle of fearing your family being deported. No one wants to be the children put into the system, while there family is another country. You don't want to be that father, mother, son or daughter watching their family get ripped away from them because of some stupid law. Yet we allow this border to cloud our judgment of these people, when for all you know your friend could be undocumented. Great many people just consider undocumented outsiders as coming into the Assembled States, yet for the majority of the Unified States' history, Mexican and Focal American specialists crossed into the nation for occasional rural work and after that returned home. Some individuals who work in different commercial enterprises go to the U.S. to raise capital and return home to begin a business. With the militarization of the outskirt, returning has turned out to be difficult to the point that a great many people basically remain. OPEN your eyes and stop with the ignorance. Tear down the borders, think if you were them, watching your family be ripped away before yours eyes. Because even though this is my country, its not the land of so called freaking freedom with these borders.

  • Yes, open them

    Undocumented people would be able to go back to their home country to visit their family. That is what many of them who have been here for years want, but they're not able to do so because of fear of not being able to come back into the U.S. They're here to work to make money and raise their families whom live in poverty in their home countries. The economy would benefit from having more people that will consume. With open borders, the undocumented people will have greater chances of succeeding, and therefore, won't be needing "government handouts".

  • Yes, open them

    Undocumented people would be able to go back to their home country to visit their family. That is what many of them who have been here for years want, but they're not able to do so because of fear of not being able to come back into the U.S. They're here to work to make money and raise their families whom live in poverty in their home countries. The economy would benefit from having more people that will consume. With open borders, the undocumented people will have greater chances of succeeding, and therefore, won't be needing "government handouts".

  • Yes, open them

    Undocumented people would be able to go back to their home country to visit their family. That is what many of them who have been here for years want, but they're not able to do so because of fear of not being able to come back into the U.S. They're here to work to make money and raise their families whom live in poverty in their home countries. The economy would benefit from having more people that will consume. With open borders, the undocumented people will have greater chances of succeeding, and therefore, won't be needing "government handouts".

  • America is being “injustice” to all of the foreigners.

    We want to enforce fairness and justice for all yet we prejustice foreigners from the U.S. We want our country to be the best which may make us look down on others that aren’t apart of certain agreement, but that can’t be a reason why we treat them “unjustly.” Every human is a person and has a positive contribution weather their labeled as an immigrant or not.

  • Help the undocumented.

    We should open the borders for undocumented people that want to and need to go back to their families. Like, come on people, why not? I mean, a lot of people need this more than we do, and if we open the borders we could help a lot of people.

  • Help the undocumented.

    We should open the borders for undocumented people that want to and need to go back to their families. Like, come on people, why not? I mean, a lot of people need this more than we do, and if we open the borders we could help a lot of people.

  • The answer is no, but most on this side are right for the wrong reasons.

    The simple answer is no. Chaos will ensue if there are open borders. Taxes, entitlements, accountability of people, and, subsequently, election of our officials will be a mess if people are allowed to arbitrarily come and go as they see fit. Instead, the idea is sold to the public with fear-inducing arguments that we can't have open borders because our daughters will be raped, your jobs will be stolen, and ISIS is going to cross the Rio Grande to attack America. The other side argues that we are a nation of immigrants who should continue that history with the hispanics who are leaving a war-torn nation to see safety and better opportunity. Of course we must support this; however, the answer is not open borders but a well-functioning immigration system that is able to process and transfer these families throughout America so they are placed in an area with economic opportunity. The appropriate question is not "should we have open borders", but why has our government not created an efficient immigration system.

  • The answer is no, but people who say no are right for the wrong reason.

    The simple answer is no. Chaos will ensue if there are open borders. Taxes, entitlements, accountability of people, and, subsequently, election of our officials will be a mess if people are allowed to arbitrarily come and go as they see fit. Instead, the idea is sold to the public with fear-inducing arguments that we can't have open borders because our daughters will be raped, your jobs will be stolen, and ISIS is going to cross the Rio Grande to attack America. The other side argues that we are a nation of immigrants who should continue that history with the hispanics who are leaving a war-torn nation to see safety and better opportunity. Of course we must support this; however, the answer is not open borders but a well-functioning immigration system that is able to process and transfer these families throughout America so they are placed in an area with economic opportunity. The appropriate question is not "should we have open borders", but why has our government not created an efficient immigration system.

  • The answer is no, but people who say no are right for the wrong reason.

    The simple answer is no. Chaos will ensue if there are open borders. Taxes, entitlements, accountability of people, and, subsequently, election of our officials will be a mess if people are allowed to arbitrarily come and go as they see fit. Instead, the idea is sold to the public with fear-inducing arguments that we can't have open borders because our daughters will be raped, your jobs will be stolen, and ISIS is going to cross the Rio Grande to attack America. The other side argues that we are a nation of immigrants who should continue that history with the hispanics who are leaving a war-torn nation to see safety and better opportunity. Of course we must support this; however, the answer is not open borders but a well-functioning immigration system that is able to process and transfer these families throughout America so they are placed in an area with economic opportunity. The appropriate question is not "should we have open borders", but why has our government not created an efficient immigration system.

  • I'm an immigrant and I followed the rules.

    This argument that a nation is racist for preserving the rule of law is absolutely ridiculous. Any nation on the face of the planet has laws that protect its citizens. Including laws that determine who can enter their nation or not. There's 70 + counties including the U.S. that have walls, fences and security protocol, MANY OF THEM SOUTH of the U.S.A.

    Non citizens are demanding treatment beyond that of the citizens of the host nation which is beyond absurd!! Should an American citizen have the right to vote in Mexico or Guatemala? No. Because moron, they don't LIVE there. They have no right to collect welfare from Peru or housing assistance from El Salvador. Follow the rules like everyone else and yes, just like me, one day you can immigrate without any problemos amigos.

  • Wake up while you still can, americans

    With no borders we would cease to have a nation. Not having a nation with borders, a government cannot function properly, if at all. Anarchy would be the normal. Our country would be taken over by any country or countries.
    All the people who have given their lives and limbs would be for naught. Wake up, Americans! Now!
    Read the EU news asap! All their previous no borders advocate nations are waking up to the mess they have created and trying to stop it.
    Stop the border crossings, build the walls, allow legal entries asap. This is the time now, not next year....
    And remind yourselves, that no other country would take you in when the shoe is on the other foot. Other countries only want our tax dollars. Period!

  • Have you seen what's happening in Europe?

    Sexual assaults in European countries accepting an influx of immigrants (such as Germany) have risen nearly 3% in some areas. You wouldn't take a cannibal tribe member, plop then in New York City, and expect them not to eat people right? It's a difference in societal beliefs. The people coming from these countries don't hold the same values as we do, so they don't respect our laws. Open boarders are a danger to the citizens of our nation.

  • Have you seen what's happening in Europe?

    Sexual assaults in European countries accepting an influx of immigrants (such as Germany) have risen nearly 3% in some areas. You wouldn't take a cannibal tribe member, plop then in New York City, and expect them not to eat people right? It's a difference in societal beliefs. The people coming from these countries don't hold the same values as we do, so they don't respect our laws. Open boarders are a danger to the citizens of our nation.

  • No we should not because of a reason that is of:

    It increases the rate of the Illegal migrants in the country and in the worst cases that could be resulting in the lacking of resources and that particular country could be also left behind by other countries due to the economy rates say no to that of the open borders because there are many more reasons there could be an increase in the crime rate of that particular country and in such a case the crime could have been committed by the citizen of another country the country which has shared its border with.

  • No we should not because of a reason that is of:

    It increases the rate of the Illegal migrants in the country and in the worst cases that could be resulting in the lacking of resources and that particular country could be also left behind by other countries due to the economy rates say no to that of the open borders because there are many more reasons there could be an increase in the crime rate of that particular country and in such a case the crime could have been committed by the citizen of another country the country which has shared its border with.

  • Open borders are inhumane

    Open borders are dangerous to everyone involved except for the criminal human smugglers, the George Soros funded open borders activists, and the politicians who support these measures.

    It's important to understand that a lot of the migrants are desperate people who pay their life earnings to smugglers who promise them or their children a better future in America or Europe. After paying their life savings, they trek thousands of kilometres across land and sea-many die along the way. Others are sold into slavery in Libya. Even if they are lucky enough to arrive on European shores, they face an enormously backed up asylum process, thousands of people are stuck on Greek islands in filthy asylum centres.

    That was a best case scenario for relatively innocent migrants. There are of course the opportunists who seek to take advantage of weak liberal political and societal attitudes. They came to conquer and plunder, not to immigrate and assimilate. We now have to work longer before retiring because our welfare states have been stretched. We are paying millions of dollars or euros when all is accounted for. Be it through paying more into asylum centres, their heat & hydro, we are paying to house these migrants, we are paying for their healthcare, and not many enter the workforce. If they do, then that is one less job for a native born citizen.

    The criminal element must also be discussed. Violent crime has spiked in Europe and California. There are many more cases of rapes, assaults and even terrorism. The Paris attack in 2015 surely would not have happened if Merkel didn't open the border that summer.

    Then we have to consider the host population's attitude. The general public in the West does not want complete and unfettered open borders for obvious and natural reasons. You wouldn't leave your door unlocked, or tear down your walls around your house for the same reason. Anyone and everyone would walk right in, and you would have to feed and house them all before being called a racist. This is just absolutely absurd, so why would you let this happen to your country?

    Finally, we have to talk about the refugee crisis. People are no longer refugees after they leave the first country of safety. If a Syrian refugee fled to Turkey, the refugee has a legitimate claim for asylum, and Turkey is bound by international law to process and most likely accept the person's asylum. As soon as that refugee goes across the Aegean into Greece, he becomes an illegal immigrant. This is according to international law, and the law shall be followed, and enforced. Otherwise, we end up with this humanitarian disaster that has characterized this decade. Either we put an end to the madness, or chaos will ensue.


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