Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by Spamature, Jan 11, 2018.
yes, if you are unaware they are not the only countries with cheap labor.
Trump denigrated all such countries.
He makes negative stereotypical comments about every race, religion, and group of people.
To single one comment about one group is insulting to everyone he has insulted. He is the insulter in chief.
No he did not. The statement was made in reference to those who have temporary protected status - and other special status for immigration.
MLK's nephew that was at white house today said "Trump is not a racist"
now guess who I'm going to believe, him or PJ Trump haters!
And you failed mine.
That is not entirely correct. Most forms of slavery do not include the offspring of a slave as the owners property.
And his reasons for denigrating those countries apply equally to every non-European country.
LOL, I gotta love the wackadoodle leftist, they will buy anything based on BS and never support anything actually substantial. Let me guess pot is legal in your state right?
LOL, more like they denigrated themselves but of course every thing to a wackadoodle leftist is Trumps fault.
ho the horror, now take your middle finger and stick it up your ass.
It did in this country.
You were speaking generally of slavery. The American form or rather the Bank of England form, to be exact.- was the worst form.
don't forget the world bank/IMF forms of slavery too
That they are run by socialists or communists - well, the ones that are, are certainly shitholes. Others with more capitalists leaders are not so bad. Costa Rica and Panama are ok for instance. South Korea has a booming economy. Singapore very tech... etc.
Same family - but they didn't exist then.
true but it is actively enslaving people worldwide
That's why it's still brought up today. It was a horrendous system that the nation had to literally destroy through military force. And still it the sentiment survives and in away has been reflected by the leader of this nation in his words.
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