3 years ago I still had hope that this country could open their eyes and see the monster that had just been elected to the highest office in this country. I thought, maybe just maybe, we can turn this around. Just use facts and reason, I said to myself. But alas no. This xenophobic, misogynistic, egotistical poor excuse for a human being is still there undoing decades worth of forward progress.
We are a country built on immigrants and now for the 3rd time in our short history we have herded human beings like animals and put them in internment camps or concentration camps. Because the collective government “we” has decided that this group of people are dangerous and are costing the American public more than just money. Apparently, even if you study history you are bound to repeat it.
When will our shouts of terror be heard? How is it that America is not decrying the acts of terrorism this president (lowercase is on purpose) is committing and he is still there. How are we continuing to allow this? How has the moral, ethical majority not knocked down those walls? How are speecehes and articles and spewing the disgust helping these babies that cannot fall asleep on their mothers chest or look into their fathers eyes.
The Children’s camps are costing us $775 per day per child. Why? Why are we spending money to keep children away from their parents, away from loving homes, we are creating a generation of dissent and mistrust with both every person in the camps, with those babies that are being held in the camps and with Us. The American Public. The ones who disagree and are vehemently opposed to the atrocities that we are witnessing. These are human beings who want a better life, want to help their children have a better life, working, yes working, all those jobs that are deemed to low for even the homeless people who have set up tent cities in the middle of downtown Los Angeles.
We have jailed thousands of children. We have jailed women and men who have done nothing wrong. They are being housed like animals and not being provided with essential needs. Did we not learn from the Internment Camps during WWII? Or the Trail of Tears?
This is not the America I believe in. This is not the world I want to live in. What kind of world do you want to live in? Do something!
I am who I am.
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