Concentration Camps vs. Migrant Detention Centers
Concentration Camps vs Migrant Detention Centers
By: Ariel Fierro
July 16, 2019
What has been spread through the Left upon U.S. migrant detention centers being compared to concentration camps reveals that history was not explicit enough for them. Concentration camps are widely known through World War II events that happened within Poland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, and other countries. Specifically targeting Jews, gypsies, homosexuals, people with disabilities, political opponents (communists, socialists, social democrats and trade union leaders), and other groups. However, detention centers mainly hold illegal immigrants or refugees for short periods awaiting trial or sentence- nothing more.
Conditions within concentration camps will never compare to conditions within detention centers, nor will illegal immigrants or refugees within the U.S. will experience first-hand execution from a gas chamber, a direct gunshot, or even be forced into labor. However, images from several detention centers around the Southern border emphasizes the crisis this nation has in pertaining illegal border crossings and legal asylum claims.
Vice President Mike Pence witnessed the overcrowding in two detention centers in Texas, as well as personally spoke to several individuals within the male and female family units asking questions upon the care they have received and the journey they had coming into the United States; an evidence “of a “system that was overwhelmed.”
Immigration was and never is a race issue, but whether or not one is a law-abiding citizen, however, the media along with Democrats will implement it is as such. This issue cannot be illustrated enough to those who continue to believe that underneath Trump’s administration is vile are not aware of what “recycled children” are or the number of false asylum claims are filed. The Holocaust distributed discriminatory laws, internment, and genocide upon targeted groups while-as this administration is seeking Americans first as well as fixing what has been damaged.
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About the Author:
Ariel Fierro began her path in politics as a student ambassador for Turning Point USA, PragerU, and Christians United For Israel during her senior year at YES Prep East End Campus in Houston, TX. She was lead intern for Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s campaign, Texas Regional Leader for Faith & Freedom Coalition, and a field director for the Fierro For Texas campaign. During her free time, she choreographs & performs for a dance company. She is co-director of a dance non-profit organization and mentors high school students for Shespoke organization. Ariel has earned her associates degree in Biology with Clinical Laboratory Specialization, and continues her education at the University of Houston.