a reply to: intrptr
It wasn't quite a matter of petty hindrance, it was a political matter. As I understand it the diplomats were sent to rally people - I am curious how
many countries would allow foreign diplomats or individuals to enter their borders for the sole purpose of revolution, of sorts?
A recent matter happened here of some similarity - Canadians refused at border for desiring to join Women's March. It seems rather silly, but all the same, allowing
foreigners to protest or spread propaganda seems silly too.
Nah, it's self inflicted invasion. It's more like, the EU wants cheap labor because the bankers are missing one ring in the chain of reality. They
think power comes from the markets. Power in reality comes from will, and from the barrel of a gun. Who holds the biggest and baddest gun and the
strongest will, holds power!
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