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(1) Officer Ronil Singh was a Fijian-Indian who migrated legally to the US & become a police officer. There has been a brain drain of Fijian-Indians over the past 30 years bc of racism & repeated coups. Many came to NZ... they are welcomed here, usually pillars of the community.
(2) The most recent coup in Fiji was in 2006. Naval Commodore Frank Bainimarama overthrow the lawfully elected govt at the barrel of a gun. Despite murder and repression, the international community "forgot" all about it & even gave him a UN role. Of course.
(3) In fact, Fiji's violent dictator, Frank Bainimarama, was head of the UN's climate change conference for 2017. How nice.
(4) America's latest fallen LEO hero was a genuine refugee from political violence, murdered in the line of duty in his country of asylum, by a felon unlawfully in that country.

#BuildTheWall #BackTheBlue #FreeFiji
(5) You may be wondering why there was a sizable population of people from India living in the Pacific island country of Fiji. Within the former British Empire, there was a labor migration system that saw people moving from place to place to supply labor in growing industries.
(6) As the British Empire fell in the immediate postwar years from 1945, there was considerable migration: for example from the Caribbean to the UK, from India to Fiji, from Samoa to NZ etc. The Left make out there was mass exploitation & racism; there wasn't, not like today.
(7) For whatever reason, the Indian population of Fiji, compared to indigenous Fijians, tended to have higher educational attainment & thus the ability to fill more skilled jobs, including professional jobs like lawyers, doctors, teachers etc. An anti-Indian movement grew.
(8) Political parties and therefore governments were divided along racial lines. This is a bad thing.

The 2006 coup arose after indigenous Fijians who were racist toward Fijian-Indians seized power from recent election winning party, which happened to be mostly Fijian-Indian.
(9) Lately I've been focusing my research time on the enormous topic of "world political history," in terms of colonization/empire, decolonization, war, and the apparent tendency of socialists to just overthrow a government when they don't like losing an election.
(10) There are numerous examples of socialist revolution and quasi-revolution/civil war in the past two centuries. The international socialist movement seems to constantly foment civil unrest in other countries, as a solution to losing elections.
(11) The wholly preventable, tragic death of Officer Ronil Singh provides an opportunity to talk about these "first principles:"

>the rule of law
>national sovereignty
>democratic freedoms.
(12) Every country that claims to uphold democratic freedoms must respect the rule of law and national sovereignty. The governed have the right to decide who will govern over them. This requires enforcing borders.

In short, elections have consequences.
(13) The lawfully elected government of the USA was chosen by its citizens, and they clearly expressed their desire for effective border security.

In practice, that means ending outlaw "sanctuary" cities, deporting foreign nationals who commit crime, esp. violent crime, and
(14) it also means stopping deported violent criminals from simply walking back in.

An effective border barrier is necessary but not sufficient. And it is what the American people said they wanted in 2016 & at other relevant elections.

Election results must be accepted.
(15) The elected officials who are currently obstructing the expressed will of the people are legally entitled to do so. IMO the best response at this time is to clearly state that that is what they are doing. The daily presidential tweets on the subject are making it clear.
(16) The obstructionist Dems falsely assume the new Congress will be able to strengthen their fight against the wall that voters have clearly demanded.

They will be proven wrong in due course. But how many more innocents have to be slaughtered before they give up the game?
(17) Ronil Singh found in America a safe haven where the will of the voter was respected, unlike in Fiji. Years of American "Democrat" lawlessness (eg outlaw-sanctuary cities, open borders) have undermined core democratic freedoms.

Americans have had enough.
(18) Those who understand the urgent need to #FinishTheWall are prepared to wait this out. By that I mean, they will not budge, and Democrats will have to blink first.

Democrats have benefited from Republican weakness for too long. That ends now.
(19) The resolve of the Trump movement grows stronger each day. IMO, the vast majority of Congressional Republicans are on board with the movement on this issue. Democrats themselves have strengthened the resolve of America's conservative majority. #KeepDiggingDemocrats
(20) The level of violence carried out or enabled by socialists worldwide is staggering.

Finishing the SW US wall represents the frontline of the international struggle for freedom against tyranny. We are all counting on this.


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