Dispelling Myths About Migration — my quest blog

From the Rosaliene Bacchus Blog – Three Worlds One Vision 

Three Worlds One Vision

With thousands of migrants from Central America currently stranded just south of the US border in Mexico, it’s time to ignore the political rhetoric coming from Washington for a few minutes and focus on the reasons so many choose to leave country, culture and family behind and walk 2,500 miles (4,000 kms) to an unknown […]

via Dispelling Myths About Migration — my quest blog

This Christmas, I find no reason for celebration. My thoughts are with the desperate mothers and fathers from Guatemala and other Central American countries who seek only a secure life for their children. If we, the world’s largest economy, cannot provide them with refuge, who will?

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  • Leslie Chon  On December 16, 2018 at 12:53 pm

    It is ironic that Homo Sapiens, the most intelligent and adaptive creature that ever lived is also the most destructive and vicious creature to occur the earth today. People have been wanderers ever since we left Africa 100,000 years ago seeking better opportunities and will continue to do so borders or not.

  • Leslie Chin  On December 16, 2018 at 1:58 pm

    Latin America need a leader like Simon Bolivar or Fidel Castro to throw off the yoke of oppression by dynastic regimes. The people of France, Russia, China, etc. had violent revolutions to rid their oppressive rulers.

  • walter  On December 16, 2018 at 8:48 pm

    Let me add a lil spice. TRAFFICKING different times, money to be made, dishonest governments, finally, what happens to the countries when all the young people leave…..so many unanswered questions..what happened to the billions already given to these countries? finally, precedent. then flooding?

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