Measure a man not by his belongings but his longings to belong in the light...
Letters from the Street by Dominic Mance © 2017
Foreign and domestic news agencies are reporting that George Soros and top tech giants including Apple, Facebook, Google and Twitter are behind lawsuits obstructing President Trump’s attempts to protect Americans from the threat of Islamist terrorism.
The President has only called for a temporary pause until such time as problems in the immigration system have been identified and corrective measures taken. There’s nothing discriminatory about such actions just as there’s nothing wrong with Messrs. Soros or Zuckerberg locking their doors at night. Whoever heard of letting people in your home you don't know, and this is just as stupid,
Besides, immigration laws, like all laws have developed over the course of human civilization and experience, and all countries, civilized or not, have them.
Don’t be manipulated by the propaganda machines of the legacy media; the not so invisible
hand of Soros and fingerprints of other power players have been exposed from behind the curtain.
They all have their own agendas and personal worldviews, in one form or another, concocted from progressive globalist and human secularist ideas, at best, naive, at worst, diabolical.
And, by the way, they all have their own armed guards, too.
Dominic Mance reached the pinnacle of success as an international banker but walked away from it all and became a homeless vagabond overnight then reemerged from the ashes to become an author, artist, composer and broadcaster.
As a former senior vice president of nine financial institutions and business analyst and reporter for Dun & Bradstreet, he continues to be a prolific commentator on geopolitical and thought-provoking topical issues and his life and work have been featured on TV and radio and in newspapers and magazines worldwide.
He is the founder of OLS Global, creator of Papa Balloons and host of the Hope Street and Reflections international radio programmes.