posted on Jul, 3 2017 @ 04:21 AM
why is this even news? the only reason is it fits within someones agenda.
the truth is that this is nothing out of the ordinary at all. and has been happening thousands of times (if not tens of thousands or even hundreds of
thousands of times a day around the world) a day in pretty much every country on earth, for many, many years. it has nothing to do with President
Trump, this is the way the entire world works and has worked. seriously thousands of people from virtually every country are refused visas to go other
countries, not just the US every single day. sometimes the people are told the reason, sometimes they are not. many people go to Consulates and
embassies in every country every day they are open to apply for visas, many if not most are actually refused.
and there are so very many reasons people get refused. friends of mine were denied a visa to go to one country just over a year ago. the reason? they
were teachers by profession, and thus the country they wanted to go to for a couple days denied them visas. this is what that county's embassy told
them the reason was. sometimes it is the lack of proper records like birth certificates (ie their birth was not properly recorded). or even problems
with documents and such due to things like records lost in war or disaster. family and friendships can effect if you are given a visa or not. i have a
friend who had to cut off all contact with most of his family for a few years to gain a visa to go to another country. again the reasons for that can
vary widely. your friends or family could be part of a militant, terrorist, or criminal organization or even a country's military or close to people
in such an organization. they don't just look at a person applying, but into their families, friends and other contacts and associates. any hint of a
criminal record will do it, even if the "crime" was committed as a child, and the "crime" is not a crime in the country they wish to visit. other
times the person applying is considered a risk for becoming an illegal alien in the country they wish to go to. ie deciding they don't want to go back
home, and thus overstay their visa. and that does actually happen a lot, even when they do take it into consideration on whether they let someone in
or not. another reason for being refused entry is lack of money. and yes i am serious about that. i know many people refused entry into the US,
Canada, and other places because they didn't have enough CASH on them, or in the bank. being out of work is another reason people get refused visas or
entry to another country. sometimes the reason someone is refused is there is just not enough time to do a proper standard check into a person before
the time they want to go. this is especially true in poorer nations where proper record keeping and lack of technology can cause such checks to take
far longer than in other countries. sometimes it is just the sheer number of applications that is the reason. the thousand or so people ahead of you
all need to be checked as well as you, and there is just not time enough in a day to check everyone all at once, so those ahead of you get preference,
as every one is just as important as everyone else. you could even have the bad luck that there are already too many people from your country wanting
to go where you want to go at the same time. and thus those who applied first may get to go, when you can not. after all countries have limits on how
many people they may allow in their country from other countries at any time.
we do not know why these girls have been refused, all we know is they were apparently refused. so why is their particular case any more important than
the millions of people who are refused entry to countries every year? because of some small, insignificant in the scheme of things competition? i
rather suspect there are many more people with much better reasons for going to another country that are refused every day. so why don't THEY make the
news, instead of these girls? simply put, because they don't help push someone's agenda. just like those recent cases where "Muslim" people in Canada
that have been refused entry to the US recently have made the news, where no one else that is refused entry does not, because they are not "Muslim".
otherwise the news would be filled with nothing but people refused entry.