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Sunday, November 5, 2023

Asylum or stay to fight hate?

Seeking asylum usually needs to be done from outside your country of nationality. And if you're a US citizen being persecuted, it's not easy to leave and gain asylum assistance and also obtain work permits. 
During the worst climates of public hatred being expressed-- it's important to manage life's basic necessities-- even with excessive intervention (overhandling) by polite and kind state officials whose offices have a track record with you of repeatedly constructing adverse and life threatening scenarios that sometimes include your family members cooperation. It's a dictatorship on the local level, Stazi or Lockstep styles included.

Many know this as a form of persecution because of the freedoms the US Constitution has to offer. Thus once a person makes their political or spiritual beliefs known, they are subjected to retaliation for their basic human rights. Why was there a constitution or UDHR?

 Many police and local officials in government have constituents who stand in opposition to different viewpoints whereas, living in " specialized communities" offers some protection from being singled out. It's a matter of them winning their elections in some cases, and the elaborate process of payment for these adverse actions goes unchecked as racketeering. It can especially include small cap companies that suddenly have a surge in their stock prices after the owners and executives complete a series or singular actions using the federal and/or local governments. (Identity theft not included)

 Those who seek asylum from the USA are "functional citizens". And because of this political framework being intact are denied asylum in other neighboring nations such as Canada.

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