[QUOTE=“Joshrune, post: 2682385, member: 2313”]
Edit: Factors relative to each individual nation also explain why there’s been a negative reaction to immigration from other segments of society too, fyi.[/QUOTE]
I’d say the almost universal opening of borders in Western Europe and America merit a generalization beyond just “individual nations”. From Sweden to the U.S. you see almost identical rhetoric- “we are a nation of immigrants”, “diversity is our strength”, etc.
[QUOTE=“out of touch, post: 2682419, member: 3521”]Incorrect, it was all Mexican territory. Mexico became an independent republic in 1824, 12 years before the Texas Revolution and 22 years before the war took place.[/QUOTE]
U.S. revolts from home country, becomes independent republic
Mexico revolts from home country, becomes independent republic
both shit on natives for hundreds of years and steal their land
Mexican territory belongs to the Mexicans, we were wrong to steal it.
United States territory doesn’t belong to European whites, it’s stolen land.
[QUOTE=“out of touch, post: 2682411, member: 3521”]I’m not a leftist.[/QUOTE]
best joke in thread