Migrant rights have become quite a hot topic for the day, and Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin lead the way through Frontera Fund. Their organization helps others to learn and stay aware of the many needs. Migrant needs are no less important than human rights all over; in fact, they are the very same thing as migrants are humans.
Thus, to violate the rights of any migrate is to violate the rights of any human individual, and that – according to God, Michael Lacey, Jim Larkin and several others in today’s age – is a crime. Human beings are perhaps God’s most prized possession, and their needs must be fought for in every generation. May it be no different in 30 years. People will still be first and foremost.
Why are illegal immigrants becoming such a hot button of discussion in today’s generation, especially now more than ever before? The answer is simple: It is merely because there are more and more of them; think about it – more migrants move into the U.S. and into other countries than have ever done so before, and there must be a reason why.
In fact, many claim that the reason is because most countries have a strict imposition of human rights that has been placed there by flawed laws and by an ultimately corrupt government: Just look at China, Mexico, North Korea and Venezuela alone and you’ll see that such logic cannot be far from the truth at all.
The more communistic and totalitarian that any country’s leaders become, the more that the country’s dwellers will wish to flee at the first opportunity. Just consider the situation in the Middle East: ISIS, for instance, has caused religious and moral oppression to many living in Iran, Iraq, Israel and other surrounding countries, and describing the damage as catastrophic would be understating it; in fact, many have not even been able to migrate due to living conditions, economic standing and lack of certain resources or connections.
Those living in Russia, Czech Republic and Turkey, for example, are not too far behind either: They continue to flock to the U.S. by boat, foot, ship, plane or whatever other method they can acquire; the human rights violations there are no joke, and it’s all thanks to the evil men in office there – those with the unspeakable power to do much harm. Read more: Village Voice Media | Wikipedia
North Korea’s situation is similar. Kim Jong Un is missing more than a few screws in his tight-bolted head, not to mention a brain inside of there. I suppose his predecessor and communist father forgot to install one or have one shipped over before little Kimmy was born, and that’s just sad.
North Korea faces more than just a regular food and water drought but so much more; the hand of evil remains in power there, and more activists are needed than ever before – those will speak for the unspoken. These few countries are only examples of many other untold stories, hot topics.
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