Why the American Border Has Value and Why We Should Judge Others

Of course, what nobody will say is that the border of the United States has a value that has been lost in the countries where immigrants are coming from and they desire that value intensely. But of course, that value must be protected otherwise it won’t be there for anybody else in the future. What the open border advocates won’t say is that their plan is precisely that. In order to see their goals of global fruition come to light they must remove value from the politics of immigration so that everyone is equally lost to bad philosophic values. In that way the Republic that is the United States represented by capitalism economically would have millions of socialists within it from other failed countries that could vote an insurrection into place giving rise to those global goals. The problem is why those other countries produced such bad results to inspire people to flood the American border. The reality is that all that pain and suffering was done on purpose to invoke the insurrection, and that is the real problem.

A few years ago I had a niece, (I supposed I still do) who started running around with a bunch of bad people. She started smoking, doing drugs and getting all tattooed up like a lot of dumb kids do these days. I tried to pull her aside and tell her what a mistake she was making. At the time she was still around 15 so there was time to save her. But her parents were idiots and had programmed all the wrong kind of things into her mind for which she couldn’t possibly escape. We had a big family fight, for which she was the cause and we haven’t spoken since. Her parting words to the rest of us were that we weren’t supposed to “judge” her.

I thought her plea not to judge was mystifying. Where did she get the idea that society wouldn’t judge her if she made a complete idiot of herself and essentially ruined herself for life? Here was this little baby who 15 years prior we welcomed to the world with open arms and love. And what she did with all that love was toss it out the window on a self-abuse tour that was absolutely destructive and disrespectful to all that we had given her up to that point in her life. Of course, we were going to judge. Every right-minded person does who values what they do. Judgment is an essential navigation tool through life, and without it you end up with a mistake prone idiot, like what she had become.

She learned it from her parents who never took responsibility for anything they did. Everything in their life is the fault of someone else. I refer to those types of people as below the line people, because they are perpetual victimizers of their own fate. Somehow along the many years liberals had embedded this idea of victimization into their political platform and it ended up as part of our public school curriculum which people like my niece learned growing up. So as they entered those tough adolescent years where escape velocity from their parent’s arms seem like the most immediate need any of them ever have their belief was that no matter what they did, nobody would judge them for it. Well, she and all the rest of them were wrong. I judge everyone, and for good reason.

When I first could smell smoke on her at a family gathering, I took the opportunity to let her know I was concerned for her. She told me all the things I wanted to hear then climbed into the back seat of some loser’s car that very night to roll in the debaucheries of low lifes. Before we could blink she was getting tattoos and her mom was playing along with it because she didn’t want to be judged as a failed mom. So to be cool she failed to pass judgment. Before anyone knew it, a solid middle-class family who had just a few years before been considered economically to be a successful family unit were not barely qualified to be trailer trash. Their family went from good people to bad in a matter of a few years leaving them to this very day to be the example of all the things you shouldn’t do in life.

This whole story isn’t about my family, or a little branch of it that failed. It’s about how bad ideas and a lack of judgment can destroy what’s good easily and with great finality. Even if she wanted to, my niece could never restore her good name within the family and return to the days she enjoyed prior to her fifteen years on earth. And that is very sad, for everyone. But actions have consequences and love can be lost if it is abused. Love for all matter of definitions is a value judgement. Once the value has been robbed then the statement has no meaning. We can say we love our country, but if the value of that country is robbed, then what do we love? Nothing. And in the manner of families the possessive tendency of saying its “my family” indicates a value for what you love. But if the love is abused or even removed, then there is nothing to hold the family together and everything falls apart into debauchery and bad behavior—especially among young people trying to escape making the same mistakes as their parents, but are guaranteeing that they will become just as big of a loser as they were through the child’s bad actions.

The same is true of nations. All these countries outside of the United States have been told by their governments and culture that they could have socialism, that they could have kids by the dozen with no job or income to support them, and that they could live in dirt huts and have a good life living under authoritarian rule. Then when it doesn’t work out who could blame them for wanting to flee to the American border where at least they might have a shot at a good life? The question is, why was their home country so bad to begin with? Well, it’s because their countries were led by all the wrong decision-making parameters and they produced a bad society destined to fail, much like my niece. Judging bad decisions from good ones is the key to understanding. But you simply can’t talk about immigration without first discussing values, why people want to flee from one country and go to another. I would declare that the philosophy of the failed country was on purpose, to inspire desperate people to flee to the American border and to flood it with socialist voters who would collapse the capitalist system for the sake of global socialism. But in that transaction, Americans have every right in the world to declare a value judgment which could result in their own ending. It’s not out of compassion that we are obligated to drop values and judgments to those who are living failed lives. It is out of an obligation that we do pass judgment and force value back into the discussion, because that is the only way other countries, or other people will learn the error of their ways, and correct the behavior.

Rich Hoffman

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