More than 2,000 innocent children have been separated at the United States border at Trump’s command.
The parents have been lied to about the locations of their children and given fake ‘find your children’ numbers.
The children have been sleeping on cheap mattresses on a concrete floor with only cellophane blankets.
If a group of strange men and women took your children and placed them in a place like that, cold and in a place with an uncanny similarity to a prison camp, how would you feel?
Many say that being separated, isolated, cold, hungry, and heartbroken is healthier for the children, that it is like a summer camp.
In summer camps, children are there because they want to be there. They eat hot food, sleep in warm beds, and can talk to their parents whenever they want.
This is the opposite of summer camp.
It is a slow death.
Does this sound like a science fiction, like some sick horror story of the future? If you thought it was, (probably not) it is, indeed, real. *Screams* this is basically kidnapping! They are forcing mothers and fathers to give up their children to a bunch of random strangers! Why would people even allow this!? “HUUUEHHH Mexico is FULL of PEDOBEARS and KIDNAPPERSSS” well, it seems like the opposite for them… we are the kidnappers.
Who would think that heartbreak, suffering and separation anxiety would make children happy? It’s not like you are taking ‘school is stupid, we want more toys’ brats and placing them in a bouncy castle full of stupidly expensive toys and video games, no-no-no-no-no. You are ripping close family bonds apart.
People are just permitting this because such child abuse is being carried out by their leaders. Why!? Why do people do this? Just because it’s a person in power who made the decision doesn’t mean EVERYTHING that they say is good and kind.
People can be strange like this. Why can’t we stand up against what is wrong? Why do our thoughts of what is good and evil get clouded by the status of the people who act them out? We should just judge by actions, not by looks or statuses.
Aren’t we supposed to love our neighbors as ourselves? Aren't we taught in school to treat all who are different equally? It seems we have a lot of wolves in sheep’s clothing in our leadership…
My solution to this problem is simply to put aside our differences. We’re all part of the human race, aren't we? Let’s not judge people by their ethnicity, what country they live in, and the color of their skin. We should just be kind and fair to one another.
I'm Iris. A 10 year old ('turned 11 last March 2018) who got lots of reflections and views on life as I experience it. I love to read topics about the world around us, other people's ideas and opinions, and just about anything that I'm curious about and interested in.