It’s Great We’re Abusing Wetback Children – But We Need to Let Potential Invaders Know of It

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 16, 2018

The Guardian, eh?

Michael Paarlberg, eh?

Child abuse…

As a government policy…

The Guardian:

It’s impossible to look at the Trump administration’s practice of migrant family separation and see it as anything other than what it is: institutionalized child abuse.

By now, there have been real horror stories: parents hearing their children screaming in the next room; a man who committed suicide when his three-year-old was taken from him; children kept in what Oregon senator Jeff Merkley described as a “”; a woman being by a border patrol agent: “You will never see your children again. Families don’t exist here. You won’t have a family any more.”

Enough of these stories have come out that any questions of them being isolated incidents have been put to rest. These are not actions by rogue agents. They are systematic, and they come straight from the top. Indeed, attorney general Jeff Sessions has acknowledged as much, announcing in May a policy which had already been in practice for much of the past year.

Adults caught crossing the border illegally are transferred to criminal custody to be prosecuted for that crime – a misdemeanor – including those exercising their legal right to seek asylum. Their children are taken from them and placed in the custody of the Department of Health and Human Services as “unaccompanied minors”. Sessions has equated parents with human traffickers: “If you are smuggling a child, then we will prosecute you and that child will be separated from you as required by law.”

The trauma caused by these separations for parents and their children is not an unfortunate byproduct of a necessary legal process; it is the whole point. It is a punishment designed to be as grotesque as possible in order to scare other migrants. The use of family separation as a migration deterrent was discussed a year ago by Department of Homeland Security officials before it was formally adopted; since then, the administration has bragged that the separations have led to a drop in border crossings. This is, in fact, not true, based on DHS’s own numbers, as Vox’s Dara Lind has pointed out.

That such a policy is both unnecessarily cruel and ineffective in its stated purpose suggests it is simply sadism for its own sake, aimed at a population Donald Trump does not regard as human. It speaks to this administration’s blind faith that making the migration process as dehumanizing as possible will make it less attractive, as if the migration process isn’t unpleasant enough as it is for those desperate enough to undertake it.

So it isn’t really sadism for its own sake, it’s sadism as a deterrent. Which actually means it isn’t sadism, because the definition of sadism includes “for its own sake.” Otherwise it is just called “cruelty.”

There are various kinds of cruelty, which sadism is a form of that is for its own sake. “Sadism for its own sake” is redundant.

This is cruelty as a deterrent that is being described here.

That’s all great, but the question is: are these stories being translated into Spanish?

We all love hearing about filthy spics getting brutally abused, but it is really only worth a shit if the spics who haven’t tried to rush us yet get word of it.

We need to airdrop fliers throughout the brown world.

With this image:

But in Spanish.

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