Oh no, it's not about delusions or dissonances. It's about making she suffer greatly for exposing wrongdoing. Making her an example. "Look of what you'll suffer, the cruelty and the inhumanity if you expose our wrongdoing. Are you still thinking of blowing the whistle?".
It's no accident, no ignorance. It's pure evil. That's what's in your government.
So you torture a person psychologically and physically to the point she decides to commit suicide because she can't bear it. Then, after the attempt fails you ramp up the torture and the aggression. Let it sink for a moment. You are being tortured and violated multiple times daily with inhuman cruelty and you can't even kill yourself to make it stop.
These people are monsters. Are the Americans ok with having monsters as their servants and representatives? Actually, I think I'm being unfair towards the monsters but I can't think of a worse way of describing the actions of the US Government in this case.
Man, they are fleeing from a goddamn hell. It's different from usual migrations looking for opportunities. No, really. You are disgusting. There are plenty of ways to make this be awesome. Treat them as newborns in your own country, take care of them, give them opportunity and soon they'll make your place a better place. See the Italian, Japanese, Lebanese immigration to Brasil. We are still fine after over a century of heavy immigration.
Dude, you are getting it wrong. Very wrong. The tyrany is coming from the inside. The guise is the war on terror. The biggest enemy the US face is themselves.
And while you are right that other bad choices caused the refugee crisis, blocking people fleeing from their country from finding a new place is NOT the right approach.
Your way of thinking is seriously twisted. Sure you don't have to let them live in your home even if it would be nice of you (I wouldn't) but why can't we as a society let them rebuild their lives, buy their houses with a small initial push (the cash for instance)? And besides there are plenty of studies and initiatives out there showing that homeless people cost more on the streets than if you give them a place to live and dignity. Many studies found out that giving cash with no strings attached will produce awesome results with people generally using the money to improve themselves and their lives despite the inevitable drug addicted, vagabond that may be in the group.
Then there's the cultural thing. No dude, no. Cultures can live together and America should be an example for you. We only need TOLERANCE. And in the end, the mix of cultures will produce wonderful results. Culture is not static. And it will die if it doesn't incorporate new things.
Really, your way of thinking is severely twisted. And unfortunately, it's not uncommon.
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Dude. No. You can't fucking help them in any way other than offer them home because their place is being goddamn bombed to the ground. If you know how to solve it without, you know, making the goddamn problem worse then YES, YOU MUST AS A HUMAN BEING OFFER A SAFER PLACE. I've met Syrians here in Brazil and they are generally eager to rebuild their lives, contribute with the country and incredibly thankful we are embracing them.
Now that's something we can discuss. What's the percentage of people that are having their rights violated and effectively dying because of the war on terrorism? Include the unconstitutional cavity exams sponsored by the TSA and other law enforcement there.
Are ~5000 deaths in 9/11 may sound significant but once you put in perspective the time frame and the total population it is insignificant. When you compare what 15 years of "war on terrorism" has done to the US and the world then it's insignificant to the point it doesn't exist. Instead, why aren't we questioning the means we are using considering the ends not only were not achieved but created collateral damage several orders of magnitude greater than the terrorism threat?
Certainly not. Not many Linux distros send so much information about your usage, if any. No Linux distro blocks you from choosing what you want installed or not or what updates you will receive let alone forcefully install things you don't want via obscure, closed packages. I could go on but you get the picture.