Hate and respect are two different things

  The United States and Mexico have thousands of kilometers of borders. Every day, illegal border crossings from Mexico enter the United States.

  An American named Hoover erected a blue flag in the border area and built several water stations for those “Illegal immigrants who hate people.” It turned out that after the cross-border people crossed the border into the United States, they presented the vast Arizona desert. Many people suffer from lack of fresh water, can not withstand the high temperature of the torment and thirst in the desert, although a few people survived by sucking the juice of cactus, but also suffer from kidney failure and other diseases due to extreme dehydration.

  Hoover built a network of water stations in the desert. A map of the desert was also drawn, and the location of each water station, the lighthouse at the US border checkpoint, and the dangerous locations where accidents occurred frequently were clearly marked on the map. On this map, there is also a very warning text: “Don’t do this, no water, it will kill you!” The map was distributed to Mexico and other Central American countries.

  A map of the desert was also drawn, and the location of each water station, the lighthouse at the US border checkpoint, and the dangerous locations where accidents occurred frequently were clearly marked on the map. On this map, there is also a very warning text: “Don’t do this, no water, it will kill you!” The map was distributed to Mexico and other Central American countries.

  Hoover said calmly: “As an American, I also hate those who have stowaways. I also hope that they can stay in their own country. But hate and respect are two different things. The stowaway is also a human being. Humanitally speaking, I am Have the obligation to do their part to respect their right to live.”

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