posted on Jul, 9 2014 @ 03:54 AM
normally the term "open your hearts" is code speak for "open your wallets". which is exactly what should not be done, if anyone
wants to try to end the problem and not make it worse.
this sounds rather callous and well it is, but sometimes you just need to harden your heart to do what needs to be done. we should not be
pampering these kids at all, that will only encourage others once they hear that by illegally crossing into the US they will reap the reward of
living far better than they would at home. which will only make things worse. they should only be fed a bland diet that will keep them alive. they
should not be given things like toys,tv's or anything, they can just sit around and make do with nothing. let them live in tents encased by barbed
wire, with little contact with the outside. do this for a few months then ship them right back, in the case where it can not be verified what country
they come from, ship them back to where they entered from (Mexico) and let them deal with them (and come to the realization they need to control
their borders). in short they are not and should not be the problem of the US. in the case they were supposed to meet up with people already in
the US, investigate it. then unless they either knew nothing about it, or if they did they did everything they could to stop them from coming, then
deport them as well, having them pay the costs of caring for these kids while here and all their transport home, (up to even selling all their
possessions to pay every dime they can of the costs). on top of that they should take DNA from all of them and inform them that they are NEVER welcome
to ever come back for any reason. make sure to document all this and make sure it gets distributed to those countries involved so the people there
will understand not to do it again. let these kids and supporting adults spread the word that it is not something they want to do. that they will not
live better but instead be treated as the criminals they are, and that it will not be tolerated.
adversely if you are concerned because they are kids, then keep them, (charging their countries, with Mexico picking up the slack for their
upkeep, upon pain of sanctions against trade), until they reach the age of 18, then send them back. but keeping the rest of what i said intact,
especially the no frills for them. give them a basic education the same as their home country's standards. and at the same time count them as if they
came legally (every year they are still in the country), in regards to the allowed numbers of immigrants let in from their countries each year. that
should cause those wanting and waiting to work to stop the problems at their end, since until these kids return home no one else will be allowed
yes it is harsh, but remember it is their fault for causing the problem in the first place. and unfortunately unless things are harsh, the problem
will not go away, and just get worse.