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BPR Calls Foul

BPR, a right-wing leaning news repository (About BPR), cites a couple of individual left-leaning authors as evidence of a sweeping left-wing, Democratic party conspiracy. This is a claim of left-wing manipulation in the contentious debate and mud-slinging over the current Central American immigration/migration crisis. Their viewpoint is of a grand Democratic conspiracy, including the “liberal media”, by derailing talk of human-rights perspectives and arguments.

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The divisive nature of the political climate in the United States today is doing nothing to address common issues facing our society. Articles such as this one, making sweeping generalizations about an undefined “left”, unless you count the individual author’s cited here as spokespersons for the entire Democratic party, ignore the issues this so-called “migration crisis” brings up, ignores the historical realities of past immigration policies, allowances, and practices into the United States (my great-grandmother and great-grandfather were WOPs and policies allowed this “mass migration” from Europe special dispositions), and the economic realities that our society has participated in that have contributed to some of the severe problems in Central America (do you drink coffee or eat bananas?) makes us all culpable and cries of Nationalistic necessity are at best, farcical and at worst dangerous to our republic form of democracy.

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