According to FUNKTIONARY:
Borders - arbitrary geographical abstractions - economic and cultural impediments and surprisingly ineradicable. 2) imaginary geographic distinctions and occult political restrictions. Borders are what allows fences (internetworks of stolen goods) to be erected and trafficked through. (See Corporate State, Political Borders & States).
political borders - arbitrarily delineated and enforced geographical boundaries of power for a nation-state and rule over the people within those boundaries. "Within a nation-state, title to land demarcates boundary of ownership for the private individual. By creating ownership of, or claim to land, ipso facto, creates both political and occult value by preventing use and/or occupation of land by those who whish or mean to do so. Those with intent to occupy land may do so only through purchase (subject to usury) or conquest. In this lose/lose scenario, either choice is demeaning. By contrast, aboriginal peoples who are more in touch with spirituality believe they belong to the land, they do not own the land." -John Casperson.
From [HERE] Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade defended President Trump on Friday by pointing out that while his harsh “zero tolerance” policy may have resulted in thousands of children being separated from their parents at the southern border, at least the kids affected aren’t Americans.
“Like it or not, these aren’t our kids. Show them compassion, but it’s not like he’s doing this to the people of Idaho or Texas,” he said. “These are people from another country.”
Host Ainsley Earhardt replied by saying that Trump “just wants to make sure we vet who’s coming across the border, in case it’s MS-13 or drugs.”
A short time later, host Steve Doocy expressed hope that “by the grace of God, something will happen in Congress” on immigration policy “one way or the other.” (Family separations have resulted from a policy implemented by Trump that he had the power to end at any time.)
But at roughly the same time as Doocy was expressing that sentiment, Trump tweeted that “Republicans should stop wasting their time on Immigration until after we elect more Senators and Congressmen/women in November.”
Trump, of course, has also frequently used dehumanizing language about undocumented immigrants, referring to them as “animals” who will “infest” the country. The White House has gone as far as to distribute an official press release referring to MS-13 members as “animals” 10 separate times.