Tuesday, June 21, 2016

What are the logical conclusions about trends in displaced people worldwide?

The New York Times does not notice the obvious: "They include those fleeing marauders in South Sudan, drug gangs in Central America, and the Islamic State in the Iraqi cities of Mosul and Falluja. While most are displaced within their own countries, an unprecedented number are seeking political asylum in the world’s rich countries. Nearly 100,000 are children who have attempted the journey alone."  That in every single case where the US intervened, or bombed, or invaded, or occupied, a large number of displaced people followed.