The USA has been allowing illegal immigrants since 1492 ... why are they complaining about history and tradition now?

Squire

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It couldn't be because the current day immigrants are brown-skinned? Could it?

We know that the American ideal immigrants are white-skinned, bible-quoting, chikkin-likkin, duck-plukkin, hillbillies from Norway and Sweden with names like Isaac and Seth.
 

Squire

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greggerypeccary

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It couldn't be because the current day immigrants are brown-skinned? Could it?

We know that the American ideal immigrants are white-skinned, bible-quoting, chikkin-likkin, duck-plukkin, hillbillies from Norway and Sweden with names like Isaac and Seth.
You've nailed it.
 

Squire

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If Jesus had a second coming and appeared at the US border with other brown-skinned people he would be turned away.
 

DreamRyderX

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The USA has been allowing illegal immigrants since 1492 ... why are they complaining about history and tradition now?
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Congress renames the new nation “United States of America”


Source: HISTORY
On September 9, 1776, the Continental Congress formally declares the name of the new nation to be the “United States” of America. This replaced the term “United Colonies,” which had been in general use.

In the Congressional declaration dated September 9, 1776, the delegates wrote, “That in all continental commissions, and other instruments, where, heretofore, the words ‘United Colonies’ have been used, the stile be altered for the future to the “United States.”

A resolution by Richard Henry Lee, which had been presented to Congress on June 7 and approved on July 2, 1776, issued the resolve, “That these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States….” As a result, John Adams thought July 2 would be celebrated as “the most memorable epoch in the history of America.” Instead, the day has been largely forgotten in favor of July 4, when Jefferson’s edited Declaration of Independence was adopted. That document also states, “That these United Colonies are, and of Right ought to be FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATES.” However, Lee began with the line, while Jefferson saved it for the middle of his closing paragraph.

By September, the Declaration of Independence had been drafted, signed, printed and sent to Great Britain. What Congress had declared to be true on paper in July was clearly the case in practice, as Patriot blood was spilled against the British on the battlefields of Boston, Montreal, Quebec and New York. Congress had created a country from a cluster of colonies and the nation’s new name reflected that reality.

Prior to September 9, 1776 there was no such country as the USA........United States of America
 

Squire

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Congress renames the new nation “United States of America”


Source: HISTORY


Prior to September 9, 1776 there was no such country as the USA........United States of America
The country was there but the forebears of the UK hillbilly dickheads who would eventually govern didn't understand it was a country.
 

hatty

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yes our government's treatment of refugees is deplorable.

All I can do is not vote for said government, just a slightly better alternative
 

SethBullock

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yes our government's treatment of refugees is deplorable.

All I can do is not vote for said government, just a slightly better alternative
I’m willing to bet a new Australian government would not allow unrestricted immigration.
 

Squire

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I’m willing to bet a new Australian government would not allow unrestricted immigration.
Australia was founded by the immigration of undesirables, as was the US.

The US hardly ever discusses its history of being a dumpster for human garbage from the UK.
 

johnsmith

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I’m willing to bet a new Australian government would not allow unrestricted immigration.

The last time the opposition tried to relax some of the immigration policies they got lambasted. I doubt they'll try any drastic changes again.
 

hatty

cynical profane bastard
I’m willing to bet a new Australian government would not allow unrestricted immigration.
Seth i am not talking about unrestricted immigration..... I'm talking about people who have a right to flee violence and persecution ( see UN convention) being locked up in prison camps. Like the US's kids in cages....... as nothing more than a deterrent.
 
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Sir Bobby

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Who is surprised about the situation now? -
under Biden the Jigaboos are back in charge.
The gates are open.
 

Sir Bobby

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Little pansy racist idiot and pretend christian.

Antisocial Personality Disorder

What Is It?
Published: March, 2019

Antisocial personality disorder, like other personality disorders, is a longstanding pattern of behavior and experience that impairs functioning and causes distress.

By definition, people with antisocial personality disorder don't follow society's norms, are deceitful and intimidating in relationships, and are inconsiderate of the rights of others.


Antisocial personality disorder

Diagnosis

People with antisocial personality disorder are unlikely to believe they need help. However, they may seek help from their primary care provider because of other symptoms such as depression, anxiety or angry outbursts or for treatment of substance misuse.

People with antisocial personality disorder may not provide an accurate account of signs and symptoms. A key factor in diagnosis is how the affected person relates to others. With permission, family and friends may be able to provide helpful information.

After a medical evaluation to help rule out other medical conditions, the primary care provider may make a referral to a mental health professional for further evaluation.

Diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder is typically based on:

A psychological evaluation that explores thoughts, feelings, relationships, behavior patterns and family history
Personal and medical history
Symptoms listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), published by the American Psychiatric Association
 
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