We Must Open All Borders to Stop People Climbing Buildings! By Chris Knight

     It is dangerous to climb buildings in protest against having borders. Why, the saintly climber could slip and fall, or authorities could decide that there are better things to do with their public-paid time, and leave them dangling in limbo, which is sad. Hence, all borders, at least in America, and maybe in Australia too, when we get our climbers, must go:

“A Congolese national who previously climbed the Statue of Liberty monument to protest all immigration enforcement in the United States has scaled an Austin, Texas, building to demand open borders. This week, Therese Okoumou, a 44-year-old immigrant from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, scaled the Southwest Key building in Austin to protest the detention of border-crossers at the U.S.-Mexico border. “Free the children,” Okoumou shouted from the top of the building, according to local media. “Let them go!” Paramedics and firemen had to convince the Congolese national to climb down from the building after she spent eight hours atop the facility. After being taken to the hospital, Okoumou is expected to be charged with trespassing. The stunt in support of open borders by Okoumou comes after she infamously climbed the Statue of Liberty last year in a demand to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). After being released from police custody, at the time, the Congolese national slandered Americans with a statement to the press, calling U.S. citizens “motherf*ckers” and “drug addicts.”

     Yes, nice language, full of appreciation as well. I say: keep pushing, keep up the good work, because day-by-day, the agenda is exposed. The theatre produced is absolutely entertaining and everybody concerned is having a swell time. But the precedence is set, and next time, even looking at a woman, if you are white, will land you in hot water. Execution cannot be too far off.



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