reply to post by Titen-Sxull
Ok... So... What, there are no criminals?
As I said, I used an extreme example.
There's a course of action that takes some time to get into a country. It's applying for a visa. I can, at times, take a couple of months. Who
can't wait a couple of months to get into a country?
Two categories come to mind. Political refugees and criminals. In the case of political refugees, unfortunately, before they try to get into the
nation their fate has been decided. This was seen in WWII when the US sent many Jews to their deaths because we didn't want to deal with them. It was
a dark time in our history, and one that, sadly, still exists today. Heck, it will continue to exist. Nations are not friendly to diplomatically
And then we have migrant workers. Folks who work in the U.S., but don't want to pay taxes, so they come to the nation under cover and go back home
under cover. Well, politically, they could come here, but it would cost them 20% of their earnings.
Well, the poor deserve that money!
Except those coming to earn that money shouldn't have 20% of their money docked! Except, oh, right, under $17k they could have all that money back!
Except, you know, they'd have to register with the government. I guess they should keep the money and be unknown. Unless they're a criminal or
terrorist, but the government should know if they are based on their psychic operatives.
Did that last paragraph make your head spin? It made mine spin. When someone comes into a nation, how do we know who they are, what their intentions,
etc? That's the purpose of VISAs. It's easy to call fearmongering, but where's the money going and to who?
When someone's documented, a government can see that. When someone's undocumented, the money can go to their family, a drug cartel, or an agency
like the free masons. How could we know?
Yet, you say, how dare we question Joe Freemason on his intentions, we should trust him. But to question him is fear mongering. Let him do what he
likes with his money until he becomes a citizen.
What you propose is a single world government. Tell me, what's good about that?