Gov. Abbott blasts Biden’s ‘catastrophic open border policies’ for migrant crisis

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Gov. Greg Abbott says the Biden administration ‘completely abandoned’ ranchers, residents in Texas and ‘all the people who live on the border,’ arguing that the president is ‘putting them in danger.’ 

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  • 2 thoughts on “Gov. Abbott blasts Biden’s ‘catastrophic open border policies’ for migrant crisis”

    1. Many migrants from the southern hemisphere are fleeing from climactic-change-related chronic crop failure that is mostly caused by the northern hemisphere’s chronic fossil-fuel burning, which began with the Industrial Revolution. While the U.S.-border Haitian-refugee situation, for example, may not be climate-change related, the border-guard physical confrontations sound/look scary and definitely un-Christian. It’s as though they are perceived as being disposable human life, their suffering somehow less-worthy. I’ve been seeing so many mean-spirited posts about these human beings on numerous mainstream news websites. So many migrants and refugees are rightfully desperate human beings, perhaps enough so to work very hard for basic food and shelter. And they very much want to work. …

      While I don’t favor U.S./Canada-based businesses exporting labor abroad at very low wages if there are unemployed Americans/Canadians who want that work, I can imagine such laborers being much more productive than their born-and-reared-here counterparts. I’m not saying that a strong work ethic is a trait racially/genetically inherited by one generation from a preceding generation. Rather, I believe, it is an admirable culturally determined factor, though also in large part motivated by the said culture’s internal and surrounding economic and political conditions.

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    2. Many migrants from the southern hemisphere are fleeing from climactic-change-related chronic crop failure that is mostly caused by the northern hemisphere’s chronic fossil-fuel burning, which began with the Industrial Revolution. While the U.S.-border Haitian-refugee situation, for example, may not be climate-change related, the border-guard physical confrontations sound/look scary and definitely un-Christian. It’s as though they are perceived as being disposable human life, their suffering somehow less-worthy. I’ve been seeing so many mean-spirited posts about these human beings on numerous mainstream news websites. So many migrants and refugees are rightfully desperate human beings, perhaps enough so to work very hard for basic food and shelter. And they very much want to work. …

      While I don’t favor U.S./Canada-based businesses exporting labor abroad at very low wages if there are unemployed Americans/Canadians who want that work, I can imagine such laborers being much more productive than their born-and-reared-here counterparts. I’m not saying that a strong work ethic is a trait racially/genetically inherited by one generation from a preceding generation. Rather, I believe, it is an admirable culturally determined factor, though also in large part motivated by the said culture’s internal and surrounding economic and political conditions.

      I anticipate that if they (as citizens) resided here for a number of decades, their strong work ethics and higher-than-average productivity, unfortunately, likely would gradually diminish as these motivated laborers’ descendant generations’ young people become accustomed to the relatively easier Western way of work. One can already witness this effect in many of them getting caught up in much of our overall liberal culture — attire, lingo, nightlife, as well as work. I’ve also found that ‘Canadian values’ assimilation often means the unfortunate acquisition of a distasteful yet strong sense of entitlement.

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