Tuesday, February 21, 2017

The Refugee Crisis is a Real Crisis

The Refugee Crisis is a Real Crisis

     Have you ever been to a foreign country? Probably not. You hear everyone talking jibberish, looking at you knowing you're a tourist, reading signs, using transportation that are just as foreign such as a train or a bus that we normally don't use everyday. If you've had this opportunity or have the opportunity to go to a foreign country, take it. It's one of the biggest memories you'll ever have as a human being and hopefully come away with the conclusion that your home has meaning to you. Refugees; however, have the opposite. They are forced out of their home country and flee with tremendous risk. They can stay up to 8 years in border refugee camps that are overwhelmingly crowded and poor in condition. If they get relocate to another country such as the US, they usually don’t plan for it, for they plan on getting out of the war zone country.

     A bit off topic for vacationing in a foreign country, the refugee crisis is not a new one to the world. The modern refugee crisis started after World War II had ended with Jews going to all sorts of different cities such as Sydney, Buenos Aires, New York City, and San Francisco are just a few. However Jews for the most part fended for themselves and quietly prospered after the mass genocide in Europe and Russia. In contrast, the proceeding genocide and war refugees had it much harder. Countries such Syria, Liberia, Burundi, Congo, Rwanda, Cambodia, Bosnia/Kosovo, Sudan, and Somalia and just some prime examples of the late 20th century modern refugees who have suffered combined countless decades and have had the U.N. scrambling around for solutions. As a right-leaning critic, I see this crisis as quite problematic; however, I’m not going off a social justice limb for accepting and assimilating these groups of  people which would be very difficult for the United States. Europe has given this a try and I’ve seen first hand the effects in Germany which has a large Turkish population as well as Syria: beggars on the street in front of churches, ghettos, houses of refugees in a town of 15,000: the house would have nearly 500 refugees, unable to contribute to the workforce, and no entitlement programs that the majority population has. I’m simply underscoring this crisis. Some cities in the U.S. such as Lewiston, Maine and Atlanta, Georgia have been completely transformed for example, the public school systems around Atlanta had a rise in gang violence, ESL programs, and other effects of no early education in their home countries.

     It’s sad to see people not have their natural rights in the world and how international and bureaucratic agencies deal with the crisis. Stephen Crowder had a segment in a video where he “prank called” charities and churches that had a progressive background and asked if they could accommodate refugees in a mockingly sarcastic tone that was quite comical considering the context of leftists today being compassionate for humans’ rights and to see them deny the accommodation of refugees signals leftists don’t understand the magnitude of this crisis. The authoritarian governments of these countries had wars, no free speech, millennium long ethnic tensions, centuries’ long colonists, and no natural rights for its citizens which is exactly the recipe for disaster. However we should stop apologizing for things we need to put behind ourselves and focus on more important things. The left does this exactly by apologizing and still acknowledging slavery as the problem for our society or how awesome Scandinavian countries have it better, when in reality, “we had it pretty good back home” - Butters Stotch from South Park.

How is Political Correctness is evil?

How does political correctness violate the First Amendment? 

     Political correctness seems just and kind to different people. It protects the "minorities" from historical terms that are now according to the left, outdated and offensive. It seems great on paper, just like socialism and communism, welfare, or any other evil social program the left wants to vamp up in order to tread on our liberties, freedoms, and natural rights. 
     Number one, political correctness treads on freedom of speech and pretty much the whole First Amendment. The first declaration the First Amendment is, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion." That directly prohibits our government to be associated with religion which is undeniably a good thing; however, the left seems to be violating it with the notion that "Islam is a religion of peace" and "There's just as many Christian terrorists as there are Islamic Extremists." In addition, the left refuses to even use the term "Islamic Extremism" because it doesn't work with their agenda. The left constantly seems to ignore the threat of Islam to the United States and the west. I'm not going to apologize for the provocative comment, but I do realize the truth. The left want to use political correctness to defend Islam.
     The second clause of the First Amendment is freedom of speech. You'll hear people say," Ohh! That doesn't mean you can say anything you want or do anything you want to." Of course I know that, but don't you want to express your opinion? The United States has always been the most free country when it comes to expression, yet, account after account, interview after interview, the left systematically want to revoke freedom of speech and claim hate speech isn't part of free speech. First of all, nowhere in the constitution does it say that hate speech is excluded from freedom of speech. Second, life isn't all rainbows and butterflies. There's normal people that will be tempted and be mean some point in their life. What I'm trying to say is that I don't want people being suppressed or beaten for saying what they believe, and we have people in the country who want to revolt and sabotage events in regards to what they consider as hate speech. 
     The next clause of the constitution is shaky and has been under storm lately. I don't think Trump's outcry of CNN and other news networks have been appropriate or classy, but I do think it is a sign of strength of him that he and his supporters won't put up with the press lying and spreading falsities on his behalf. I will defend our president; however, I would question it. 
     The last parts of the First Amendment make the left look silly. Freedom of assembly has been overused, and I'm sure SJW fails YouTube channels are getting tired of making these people look hilarious. I cannot believe the left would go out of their way to use Soros-funded militias and utterly terrorize our country. It is disgraceful and hypocritical. The political correct have nothing to say about these domestic, Black Lives Matter terrorists because they support the destruction. Progressives use to call for peace, social justice, and kindness, but today, they just want our country to fail and get bloated with chaos. I could not disagree with them more, but I will defend their right to say it which the PC crew will never defend my First Amendment because they only care about feelings getting hurt then going back to their little club and licking their wounds for another spanking by true Americans and patriots.