British Prime Minister Sunak, who has been appointed and not elected by the public to his role, defending the UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman, who is also herself an immigrant, the racist initiative known as, "Stop the Boats" crackdown, against victims, who have no choice but to become illegal migrants and attempt to emigrate to the UK, seeking safety and food, and a share of the wealth that Britain has gained through its exploitative actions in their home countries, by making unsafe journeys across the English Channel to cross illegally into the UK.
It’s just like the Lebanese citizens who broke into their bank and forced the bankers to give them back their money. Was it a robbery? I don’t think so, and correctly the Lebanese law enforcements dint think so either.
However, Sunak's anti-democratic laws, including the denial of the basic democratic right to peaceful protest of the British people and the labeling of government critics on social media as enemies of the public instead of acknowledging their role as defenders of the public interest, have sparked concern among social media users and human rights advocates worldwide. Sunak's actions have been criticized by some as undemocratic.
Some have even drawn comparisons to the rise of an Austrian immigrant who came to power in Germany in the 1930’s. While there may be similarities between the two, it is important to note that the actions of the Austrian immigrant were much worse, even if they stemmed from similar inferiority complexes.
Even if the two beginnings are very similar, it is not correct to compare the two. It is still, for the time being, very different. So, while its important to remember where such a beginning may lead, this is yet far and shouldn't be compared - for now.
“Let's be fair and remember that the wealth of the West is, and has made, at the expense of the rest. The most effective way to combat immigration is to cease destroying and plundering the natural resources of other countries, so that their citizens have no reason to emigrate in search of their lost treasures.
The exploitation of natural resources, the habit of pointing dirty and bloody fingers on others, and the Divide and Rule practices through fabrication of armed conflicts as a pretext for plundering other countries' resources are the primary causes of poverty, which leads to illegal migration throughout the world.
Too many people are forced to leave their homes, culture, and beloved lands as a result of poverty, conflict, and instability caused by factors such as resource exploitation and fabricated war.
To fight immigration effectively, we must address the root causes of illegal immigration and drain the swamp rather than chasing mosquitoes.
By promoting peace and respecting the rights of others for sustainable development, we can address the root causes of illegal immigration. By doing so, we decrease the necessity for people to migrate in search of the peace and wealth that have been disrupted and stolen from their countries.”