“You are Jewish, aren't you?”
That question got me laughing so hard!
Obviously, this guy, SaxonShieldWall, had some preconceived notions about people who were for open borders. I didn't know at the time, I had heard of the New World Order. But to me, that was supposed to be something good. After all, this world order was obviously panning out so awfully; it needed to be changed. To me, it meant a positive political change.
Then I read. And I realized NWO was also a conspiracy theory, the emergence of a totalitarian one world government. I understood people's fear and I undestood how SaxonShieldWall was brainwashed and could not think of open borders from the perspective of injustice.
“No matter how convincing someone may appear if they don't want borders and nations they are for destruction & one world government.”
I discussed the no matter how convincing and destruction part of SaxonShieldWall's tweet.
He also claims that anyone who does not want borders and nations is for one world government. I guess that's obviously not something good in his eyes, but I do not take that as an accusation. It's just a crooked logic which is FALSE. If one does not want borders and nations, it does NOT follow s/he is for one world government. I am sorry but it simply does not! There is no correlation between the two. SaxonShieldWall would get a big X, -X as in wrong,- on his paper if he wrote this in a logic class. There is no such rule. I am an example. Even if there was such a rule, I would be an example who breaks the rule. I am not in favor of one world government. On the contrary, I believe the smaller the governing body is, the better it is. I have stated this in several posts. Mainly on Strike at the Root and On Brexit.
But true, I do not believe in borders as barriers of movement and I do not believe in nations either.