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LINK Salvadoran girls found on Rio Grande at U.S.-Mexico border

More of those illegal immigrants bringing crime, and disease and some of them are rapists.
I am making a donation on behalf for these brown replacers, fleeing unimaginable horrors of gang controlled governments, which our CIA & drug policy has wrought. We are responsible for their plight via our interference in democratically elected leaders & our failed drug policies. Al Capone is the President they are fleeing.. The genocide of their grand uncles & and grand mothers, & now their own brothers & fathers coerced to into the gang wars as if drafted into an army. An army of gangsters, not to mention femicide & the trafficking of people as if they were a commodity. This are our CHICKENS coming home to roost. They are hard working people who will clean your mess, & pick your strawberries. Welcome to MY country children of the Mayas, Aztecs, Incas. My country, which will in the end welcome you. Bring us your restaurants, your tax base, your revitalized neighborhoods. The USA owes you.

Mooolah 8 Jan 13

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The war on drugs disproportionately affects the poor in America as well. Black Americans mostly.

Allowing mass illegal immigration also affects the American poor disproportionately. (Again, mostly black Americans)

Why should oppressed Americans pay the price for the wrong doing of oligarchs? Wouldn't it be better to end the policies that cause the suffering of the downtrodden?

Absolutely. The debate is how. And thank you for posting your sources.

@Mooolah Bringing about change through the democratic process isn't going to happen.

At risk of being turned in to the feds as a potential domestic terrorist, I'll tell you. It's going to take a combination of nonviolent civil disobedience and violent opposition to change these policies. I'll give a couple of examples.

First, prohibition of alcohol. The first of the two major factors that brought about the end of prohibition was jury nullification (nonviolent civil disobedience) jurors would request the evidence of the "crime", drink the alcohol and give a not guilty verdict for lack of evidence. The second factor was that police were getting killed for enforcing those laws. After a certain point, police refused to enforce the laws because it was too dangerous (and the culprits weren't going to face consequences for violating the law)

The second example is from the civil rights movement. The civil rights movement wouldn't have worked without MLK and Malcolm X. If it was just nonviolent disobedience (MLK) they would have been ignored. If it was just violent opposition (Malcolm X) they would have been killed.

I prefer nonviolent civil disobedience. I'll risk life and liberty to bring about change, but I can't do it alone.

@TheInterlooper The arc of democracy & history is long but it bends towards justice, to paraphrase. Perhaps it will happen with in our republic beyond our life span. We have come very far since the Nazi German POWs were treated better than the American Africans who fought them. One step forward, another back. Choose choice or there is none.

@Mooolah I disagree.

The "iron law of oligarchy" states that all forms of organization, regardless of how democratic they...

There has been over a century of research from varying disciplines confirming this to be true. The Princeton study I linked proved we aren't a democracy.

@TheInterlooper I repeat from another of your posts...Then we shall have to evolve or perish.

@Mooolah That sounds like a false dichotomy to me. I've said my piece, hopefully someone is listening.

Some of that drug crime is now equaling out with whites. The perscription pain pill and addiction issue is in the white community. Doctors are notorious for not prescribing the opiates to black people. You see it in the prison populations. Nice to see equal under the law working out.

@silverotter11 Consider that black males are only 6-7% of the American population, and white males are 37-38%, there should be five times the amount of white men in prison as black men. Not exactly equal, is it?

Turning someone into a slave for a victimless crime is evil.

@TheInterlooper Yes those stats are true, I'm saying drug incarceration is becoming much more racially equal. Other crimes still show a racial bias.

@TheInterlooper The racial bias we have is not just our judicial but ingrained in how this nation was set up. Heather Cox Richardson has a wonderful 9 part series on youtube called the American Paradox. Her book How The South Won The Civil War is great.

@silverotter11 How far are you willing to go to change the system?

@TheInterlooper I'll keep talking to anyone who will listen. Some, mostly republicans I know simply do not want to listen or even take the time to educate themselves. Sure there are changes, much more to go.

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