The wall at the Mexican border and what it represents for me

There are some graphic statements in this piece, please do not continue if you are weak of heart, or if you are under 18 years old.

I have come to find, that every policy which triggers anger within us, is a tactic initiated by the deep state. The illegals being here for example, there was no real protection at the borders, so people could come in.

When people come from the Southern border, it’s nothing short of hell. There is constant fear and panic, which subdues the immune system and organs. Their feet are bloodied from the walk, they are dehydrated and starving, and they had to have came up with a substantial amount of money to pay the people helping them cross. People who told them they knew secret routes, but I think they just got screwed over cos really just have to find out where the border patrol is and not go anywhere near it…I see that now. I see that this particular business is one of the major reasons for the wall.

People were getting screwed over to go through hell, and our leaders and politicians and I’m sure even the Presidents knew this, and they didn’t care. People who have nothing, who are leaving their lives and everything they know, because they have nothing, give what last little bit they have to come here and leave their nothingness that has been slowly but surely getting infiltrated by the cartel in every town. My cousin told me about heads on stakes by the side of the road, people hung by their necks at stop lights, with no police in sight. The police in Mexico are called soldiers, and because the cartel has more guns than do the soldiers, they rule the streets. The soldiers have begun to hide their faces, because if, by some luck, they get someone off the streets, then if that soldier’s identity is known, that soldier will surely die, and maybe even his family too, at the hands of the cartel.

There is evil at the South of the border, more sh** the media doesn’t shine a spot light on. I remember being younger, watching the news and the terrible things going on in Iraq, I wanted to join the Army to do my part in making a difference, but I didn’t have the courage. I also remember thinking, why are all of our soldiers and military way over there fighting “terrorism” and “injustice”, when there’s plenty of that right at the South of our border? I thought, why couldn’t we help THEM?

Once these people have been dehydrated and have spent days and maybe even weeks with out food, after the blood loss, they come here to find that they are hated, because of narratives spit out by the same politicians who KNOW of the struggle they face at home and in the journey to come here. These people come here to find that the law is not on their side, that even though they work and save up money, that’s not enough. I know of another man who, with a green card, which is highly expensive and highly inconvenient when one HAS to leave the country back to their own for periods of time, having to leave work, having to make the trip, having to plan for paying bills ahead of time….he saved up $75,000 to gain his citizenship. He still doesn’t have it.

I keep hearing people say that illegals don’t pay taxes, almost as if somehow people from a different country who don’t know the language or customs, outsmarted our laws by working without providing a Social Security Number.

The SSN makes us slaves, we can close this account and use this closed account to set off debt. I just learned this recently, and am sharing it as much as I can, because I know what this number means, it’s like the identification number that was marked on Jewish arms during the Holocaust.

I talk about small things that have become indoctrination tactics, such as having very young women in provocative music videos, and I receive resistance, people call me paranoid and crazy, say things like, things this have been happening forever so they are “normal”.

The wall at the border signifies more to me than it actually does in its retribution. It’s for stopping drugs, for stopping human trafficking, for stopping gangs and the cartel, and it’s also for stopping illegals. This is a double edged sword for me cos I don’t like it. But I have to admit that we have to fix our problems here at home first, face and defeat the globalists who are the ones allowing the creation of the corruption. I believe that if we can defeat the deep state, then we can begin to save the world, we could actually have world peace, and that’s what this wall represents to me.

*EDIT: I would like to add that my cousin worked for the power company in his town. When the cartel showed up, they took over the utility companies. My cousin said that he was grateful that he at least was given a choice, they told him that he could stay and would have to join them, or he would have to leave. He lost his job that day, and some friends too.

#calixtosgarden #plantingseeds #worldpeace

Published by Nathalie Ramirez

My love for humanity, and for the planet, has set me on a path of healing through love, compassion, and understanding. I'm originally from a big city in the big state of Texas, making my personality quite large. I then landed in a small town that's out-of-puzzles gorgeous where people still wave at each other when coming across each other in the street. This transition has helped my development and tried relationships with distance and sacrifice. I have 2 beautiful boys, Silas and Declan, and their loving father, Curtis, who make my world go round. My political views all stem from wanting to protect this beauty in all its forms.

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