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originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
It's like the hot new buzzword, all of the sudden for me, after not paying attention to politics for few good years. Now it's part of the daily language here. I first started noticing it laid on thick in reference to "everyone" who voted "Leave" on "Brexit". Since then I've been seeing it all the time in regard to Donald Trump. Likewise, with anybody else who wants secure borders.
Please articulate for me why wanting secure borders would mean a person is a XENOPHOBE.
I mean, do you have locks on the doors in your domicile? If so, does that mean you're a XENOPHOBE too?
Another thing I've been somewhat perplexed by it is how XENOPHOBE always seems to have attached to it RACIST as well. Like they go hand in hand.
Would that mean if I have burglar bars on my house in the city, that I'm a RACIST XENOPHOBE too?
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: projectvxn
Flash to our emigration to the US. My parents found good paying jobs, refugee sponsorship by a freight company in Los Angeles, and we were treated quite well.
America is suppose to be the Land of Opportunity.
There ain't a whole lot of that going on these days.
Too many mouths to feed, and not enough soup to go around.
How does wanting secure borders make someone a XENOPHOBE