One common misconception about immigrants is the belief that they cause or increase crime. Join David Bier, a policy analyst from the Cato Institute, as he reconsiders this idea and examines the benefits of immigration.
His teacher, Mr. Romero, reportedly used an expletive, yelling at the student and calling him “fucking disrespectful.”
This is how they treat anyone who strays from white, Christian, conservative power structure. They demand complete obedience and are outraged at the thought of any minor deviation. It doesn’t matter what that flag represents to you, whether you think it deserves honor, whether you support the recitation of pseudo-prayer everyday, one that invokes a nation “under GOD,” whatever the fuck that means. You are to conform or you are to be punished. That’s liberty and justice.
America invades his country and forces hundreds of thousands of people like him to leave; and, when he thought he would finally be treated as a human being in the same country that occupied his land, he suddenly realizes that America is no longer the land of freedom and human rights. #Hate it!
There was one of two things I had a right to: liberty or death. If I could not have one, I would take the other, for no man should take me alive. I should fight for liberty as long as my strength lasted.
It’s been easier to convince people to hand over half their income, their children to war, and their freedoms in perpetuity - then to engage them in seriously considering how roads might function in the absence of taxation.
“Was it possible I had been hired not to enlarge children’s power, but to diminish it? That seemed crazy on the face of it, but slowly I began to realize that the bells and the confinement, the crazy sequences, the age segregation, the lack of privacy, the constant surveillance, and all the rest of the national curriculum of schooling were designed exactly as if someone had set out to prevent children from learning how to think and act, to coax them into addiction and dependent behavior."