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Deportation, Why is That Even a Thing?

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Started: 4/9/2018 Category: Politics
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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factandevidence1234

Con

The most cruel and unnecessary thing in the world. Deportation. I completely understand if it's for a valid reason (Murder, theft, anything illegal that's completely crossed the line, etc), but sending someone away just because they're of another color! Picture it this way, you don't like chocolate ice cream, so you decide to ship the chocolate ice cream to another country! Just because it's chocolate ice cream, you'd send it away? In my opinion, deportation is cruel and straight down bad. I cannot put it any other way. Just bad, nothing else, and I can't say it enough. If they moved away from the original country, there's always a reason, touring spots, a new life, safety etc, etc, etc.... So you're going to deport them back to the exact same place that they don't want to be? Even if you win this debate, you will NEVER change my mind, EVER.
RMTheSupreme

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Since this debate is one where Con wishes to be persuaded, understood and have their opinion truly comprehended by the opponent, my job here is to defend why it's a thing at all against the attacks Con has thrown upon it.

If you don't know what deportation is, I'll just copy and paste the definition and leave it at that.

"Deportation (also called 'removal') occurs when the federal government formally removes an alien from the United States for violations of a number of immigration or criminal laws... Once deported, an alien may lose the right to ever return to the United States, even as a visitor.

Removal is a legal proceeding, and an alien who is subject to this procedure has legal rights prior to being removed from the country, including the right to challenge the removal itself on procedural or constitutional grounds...

Any alien that is in the United States may be subject to deportation or removal if he or she: Is an inadmissible alien according to immigration laws in effect at the time of entry to the U.S. or adjustment of nonimmigrant status; Is present in the U.S. in violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act or any other U.S. law; Violated nonimmigrant status or a condition of entry into the U.S.; Terminated a conditional permanent residence; Encouraged or aided any other alien to enter the U.S. illegally; Engaged in marriage fraud to gain admission to the U.S.; Was convicted of certain criminal offenses; Failed to register or falsified documents relating to entry in to the U.S.; Engaged in any activity that endangers public safety or creates a risk of national security; or Engaged in unlawful voting."
Mar. 10, 2017 - https://immigration.procon.org...


Deportation is never nearly as 'cruel' compared to the actions of the regime that the deported have desperately escaped from. Any attack Con feels that the nation deporting the individual deserves should be completely redirected as hatred at the freedom of the abusive regime to act as it acts.

If Con supports forcibly invading and declaring war on nations that are significantly corrupt and/or abusive in their regimes, then Con would also agree that deporting an individual to their nation of origin when their Visa runs out should be fair game.

In summary, the issue with the world is that we care more about getting along and being friendly than forcing other nations to be good. Deportation is completely fair and justifiable, the permission of the regime the deported person tried to escape from to persist is the true sin.

Yes, I just supported war on Syria as well as war in general as a reaction to abuse. I hate tyranny and love Malcolm X, get over it.
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Posted by factandevidence1234 3 years ago
factandevidence1234
Plz write faster.
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