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    Re: Call immigrant detention centers what they really are: concentration camps

    Quote Originally Posted by j brown's body View Post
    Call immigrant detention centers what they really are: concentration camps - Los Angeles Times




    US border: Watchdog finds detainees 'standing on toilets' for room at packed border facility - CNNPolitics


    The less we know about them, the better we can sleep at night. I realize. of course, that I am making an assumption, that we all believe in human dignity. But since our leader doesn't....
    I thought that these people were coming here for a better life? To escape imminent death? Isn't being fed and housed, although not ideal, without the fear of MS13 coming in and raping and killing your family better? Hell, if they don't like it they can not come or they can shut. Personally, I think people should shut the **** up about it and thank the US Government for helping save lives.

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    Re: Call immigrant detention centers what they really are: concentration camps

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    Maybe we should ask Barry? Were those "concentration camp" style accommodations not originally built by his admin?
    Actually many of them were built in the 1940s and I don't think that Mr. Obama was the President of the United States of America back then.

    Of course I could be wrong and I am sure that you will correct me if I am.

    Remember, during WWII, the head of the Canadian government was receiving his political advice from his dog, a Ouija Board, and his mother (who happened to be dead), so I suppose that anything could have happened.
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    Re: Call immigrant detention centers what they really are: concentration camps

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    Actually many of them were built in the 1940s and I don't think that Mr. Obama was the President of the United States of America back then.

    Of course I could be wrong and I am sure that you will correct me if I am.

    Remember, during WWII, the head of the Canadian government was receiving his political advice from his dog, a Ouija Board, and his mother (who happened to be dead), so I suppose that anything could have happened.
    US history of putting families in cages didn't start with Trump - Business Insider

    Doesn't surprise me about Mackenzie King. But I don't know. Funny idea though.

    What is annoying to me, is that all this outrage isn't really because of some moral offense, its about Trump. Man I don't even like some of his personality traits, but find myself continuously defending him, because Libbies have gone stark raving mad.

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    Justine isn't saying much but...you know...he nods and smiles...

    The man has accomplished some good stuff, and I agree the US border needs protection. Hell I'd have closed it by now.
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    Re: Call immigrant detention centers what they really are: concentration camps

    We could build detention centers directly on the border along with some walls, with a locked entry door on the U.S. side and an unlocked exit door on the Mexico side, allowing them to return home if they wish or go seek food when they become hungry.

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    Re: Call immigrant detention centers what they really are: concentration camps

    Having actually just visited Buchenwald not less than 2 weeks ago, having stood in the courtyard where hundreds of dead were stacked, having unsuspectingly walked into the room where the ovens were, seeing the bin the bodies were dumped, the physician office hoax where the unsuspecting stand on a wall to take their height only to be shot in the back of the head by a slit in the wall and a closet where the soldier did the deed without having to personally see who he just killed, repeatedly, having driven on the blood road into the camp that those imprisoned built, the small prison cells where those inhabited knew death was near... to witness all of that, and then to hear these comparisons -- truly you people are ****ing pathetic.
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