Donald Trump’s concentration camps for immigrants

from Dear Kitty. Some blog

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video from the USA says about itself:

Trump’s Muslim Registry Should Remind Us of Japanese Internment Camps

23 December 2016

Richard Cahan, author of “Un-American: The Incarceration of Japanese Americans During World War II,” joins David to discuss Japanese internment in the context of Trump’s America.

By Eric London in the USA:

Trump plans detention force and network of camps for immigrants

14 April 2017

The Trump administration is advancing plans to create a national force of paramilitary guards and officials aimed at deporting millions of undocumented people from the United States. According to the Washington Post, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is planning on jailing tens of thousands more immigrants in the coming period, hiring thousands of agents, as well as the construction of a wall between the US and Mexico.

According to an internal DHS memo acquired by the Post, the government…

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Survival Guide: Keeping Your Sanity Intact

Heroically good writing from the heroicallybadwriter

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As we know in this day and age in the light of events recent and not so-recent you cannot help but wonder…..’WHAAAAAAAAT!’

Now I know most readers will think I’m going down the road of the USA Presidential Elections or the UK British Brexit referendum, which would be rational, however they are but two examples.

Let me just cite a few in my recent experience both personal and witnessed.

The ‘religious forum’ I gave up on. The fundamentalist atheist who argued I had no business believing in science and a God and had a closed mind for doing so (no kidding…It’s E=MC2 or nothing in his world)

The british comic who in his temper-tantrum (no satire, just a foul-mouthed tirade) over the US elections (his followers thought he was being witty) ranted “Now don’t get me wrong. I’m not against Americans. I like overweight mass-killers as much as anyone” (The…

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Lady Liberty, New York Harbor …. ‘A Poem by Brad Geyer …. Global Citizen …. “!!

from Dr. Rex

It Is What It Is

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~~March 8, 2017~~ 

LADY LIBERTY 

Watch slam poet send an emotional message as he tears into Trump’s executive order on Muslims and immigration.

Immigrants of many countries are having a very rough time now.

In a country very well know for arising from a melting pot of immigrants, it’s not the norm to see this hatred, discrimination, racism and every thing else that has become the standards of the current administration.

Take a look.

This poem says it all!!

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#Lady Liberty #NewYorkHarbor #Poem #BradGeyer #GlobalCitizen #Immigrants #ManyCountries #VeryRoughTime…

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A Year of Blogging on WordPress: What I Learned

Excellent advice for anyone who wants to get serious about blogging!

Alexis Chateau

By now, most of you may have heard pieces of the story before.But for those who’ve stumbled across this blog for the first time, here goes.

In late 2014, I became disappointed in my fear as a woman. I feared to go out and explore, and meet new people, see new places, and take risks, like many of my friends from around the world had done. Mymale friends.

At first, I reminded myself that they were men, and much less of an easy target than I would be as a woman. But that didn’t console me for long enough. After lamenting this weakness with a friend, I told her, “In 2015, I’m going to take risks – calculated risks, but risks all the same. You hold me accountable to that.”

The following March, I became really fed up with my corporate job in payroll. There were some strange transactions…

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