Yes, the Ruler is happy with walls. “The secretary of homeland security, working with myself and my staff, will begin immediate construction of a border wall. So badly needed. You folks know how badly needed it is as a help.” His wall will be a big, big, amazingly big wall on our border with Mexico. He has authorized five thousand more border agents who will help build the wall and then patrol it. The wall will not cost the people of the United States a dime in the end. At the beginning it will be real cash out of the American treasury that will go into building the wall; but at the end there will be some sort of accounting tricks to pretend the American people did not pay for the wall which of course they will have done.
President John F. Kennedy stood in front of the Berlin Wall. That wall made him sad. He said: “I am proud to come to this city . . . symbolized throughout the world the fighting spirit of West Berlin and I am proud to visit the federal republic . . . so many years has committed Germany to democracy and freedom and progress . . . today in the world of freedom the proudest boast is Ich bin ein Berliner.” He went on to say people who do not understanding the great issue between the free world and communism and those who say we could work with the communists : “Let them come to Berlin.” He went on: “Freedom has many difficulties and democracy is not perfect but we have never had to put a wall up to keep our people in.”
The Prime Minister of Israel is happy with walls. Netanyahu said on Twitter earlier on Saturday: “President Trump is right. I built a wall along Israel’s southern border. It stopped all illegal immigration. Great success. Great idea. “
Mexico is sad when dealing with walls. It is unhappy with Netanyahu’s interference. It “expressed to the government of Israel, via its ambassador in Mexico, its profound astonishment, rejection and disappointment . . . “ A former head of the Mexican telecommunications tweeted: “So you like walls @netanyahu? Here you have a couple of nice designs,” It included images of walls commemorating Bergen-Belsen, the Nazi concentration camp where diarist Anne Frank died, and the Warsaw Ghetto.
Ronald Reagan is sad when it comes to walls. He went to Berlin and said: “General Secretary Gorbachev, if you seek peace, if you seek prosperity for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, if you seek liberalization, come here to this gate. Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate. Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”
Most walls are built to keep dangerous people out. The Great Wall of China was constructed to protect the people from the Mongol invasions and the Israeli wall to protect from the Palestinian terrorists. The Berlin wall was like a prison wall purposed to imprison people under Russian rule. The wall that Trump proposes is not to stop an invasion force nor to keep out terrorists nor to keep Americans in. It is designed according to him to stop the great flood of people desiring to come to America as well as the flood of illegal drugs to provide the insatiable demand of the United States.
The Berlin Wall is gone. Russia has no walls to keep people in anymore. It does not have to worry about people flooding in.
China still has its wall which it does not need but it is too costly to tear it down. Israel is planning more walls as it expands it reach into the West Bank and Eastern Jerusalem. America soon will have its big wall yet the drugs will keep flooding in to meet the demand.
As for the people flooding in we may not need a wall. Seeing the way the immigrants are being treated by the wall builder soon no one will want to come here which should make the builder’s supporters happy even if they don’t get a wall.