Borderless Nations = Lawless Nations
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The video at the end of this article presents a Muslim perspective on what the US government calls the “War On Terror” but Muslims see as a “war on Islam”. The video focuses on a Muslim in England who hacked a British soldier to death on the streets of London, simply because the soldier had presumably fought against Muslims in the Middle East. The Muslim who killed the English soldier didn’t try to escape. Instead, he justified his act as that of a Muslim soldier
fighting in a war without borders
not only included the Middle East, but also England.
The video provides an important insight: The US “War on Terror,” the Muslim faith’s impulse to convert the world to Islam, and the Muslim’s claim of “war on Islam” are all global in nature. As a result, none of these “forces” recognize national borders, national armies, national institutions or national laws. Both those who are terrorists and those who fight terrorists are “globalists” without respect for national laws.
The conflicts between the US and “terrorists” are borderless–in part because the “terrorists” are not openly affiliated with any established government. Generally speaking (the US is a huge exception) national armies are primarily intended to protect (or even expand) their nation’s borders. National armies tend to recognize national borders. “Terrorists” (and the US military) do not recognize borders. Insofar as borders are established and recognized by international law, those individuals and entities that do not recognize borders tend to be lawless. That principle is easily seen in relation to “terrorists”–but would also seem to apply to the US military.
The US no longer recognizes, or has, “national borders”. Our government’s increasingly borderless nature can be seen not only in our propensity to invade foreign countries or regions without obvious cause, but also in our government’s refusal to protect our own borders from invasion by illegal aliens, and even by the federal governments apparent scheme to turn States of the Union into a single, national territory. I.e., our government increasingly refuses to recognize the borders (or territory and jurisdiction) of each of the States of the Union.
Instead of national borders, our government claims to have “national interests“. Rather than defend our borders, we defend our “interests“, Rather than defend our nation or or rights, we defend our “interests”
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