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Non-State border patrols near Osoyoos?

Re: Non-State border patrols near Osoyoos?

Postby JLives » Dec 22nd, 2017, 9:10 am

Jflem1983 wrote:
Borders used to provide us with a sense of belonging and a great deal of security. Then came trudeau obama and soros

I'm sure the natives felt really secure when we murdered them and tried to force them to assimilitate. We're animals. We migrate. Life isn't secure or safe. Your tinfoil hat is showing.
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Re: Non-State border patrols near Osoyoos?

Postby Hermes » Dec 22nd, 2017, 3:37 pm

JLives wrote:Borders are artificial and archaic. They will become obsolete at some point in the future. Space exploration shows us that. People should be free to adapt and make a life for their family whereever they can.


I tend to agree with you. Maybe and only maybe *if* the state isn't involved in social programs. But it is. And even if it isn't, I think it is unrealistic to think that there are not ethnic and national, cultural and other differences between groups of peoples. After spending considerable time working and living in Japan, Vietnam, Thailand and China - well, let me tell you - they openly say we are fools.

In my opinion we need reciprocity as national policy, both for immigration or buying real estate. I used to believe in the free market. But it is fiction. Why support a fantasy?

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Re: Non-State border patrols near Osoyoos?

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Re: Non-State border patrols near Osoyoos?

Postby sobrohusfat » Dec 26th, 2017, 8:05 am

JLives wrote: ...Space exploration shows us that...


Clearly, by now, no one with an ounce of awareness and honesty can still deny that letting delusional space cadets anywhere near positions of authority creates such a mess.


...but they love it.



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Re: Non-State border patrols near Osoyoos?

Postby Dizzy1 » Dec 27th, 2017, 9:49 am

JLives wrote:I'm sure the natives felt really secure when we murdered them and tried to force them to assimilitate. We're animals. We migrate. Life isn't secure or safe. Your tinfoil hat is showing.

Times have changed. Back then, migrating involved exploring and conquering - today it involves paperwork and due process by applying for immigration status before we cross a border.
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Re: Non-State border patrols near Osoyoos?

Postby Buckeye19 » Jan 3rd, 2018, 2:44 pm

JLives wrote:Borders are artificial and archaic. They will become obsolete at some point in the future. Space exploration shows us that. People should be free to adapt and make a life for their family whereever they can.


Borders aren't going anywhere.

People are already "free to adapt and make a life for their family wherever they can" so long as they do it legally - that includes immigration.

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Re: Non-State border patrols near Osoyoos?

Postby twobits » Jan 4th, 2018, 7:46 pm

JLives wrote:
We're animals. We migrate. Life isn't secure or safe. Your tinfoil hat is showing.


Ya sure, let's just throw the borders open and allow unmitigated movement either way. You are the one wearing the tinfoil hat.
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