Going beyond your lies and addressing the full scope of the issue, I would suggest a more reasonable solution to the problem of borders, particularly the rather long border between the United States and Mexico.
- We need to extricate ourselves from the cult of success, as I advocate in https://medium.com/@carlpeterklapper/in-praise-of-failure-d9266381ad04
- As that extrication entails, we need to establish an unconditional provision of the necessities to all residents of seven years or more. A full explication of political economy which has the provision, conditional or unconditional, as a central element can be found in my “Popular Capitalism”. For our purposes here, what it does is allow citizens to work as cheaply as any migrant.
- The communist household, in the form of a college of extended families which is also from “Popular Capitalism”, allows the full integration of rural and urban life, as well as the more complete composting of waste. This obviates any demand for migrant labor, with everybody in the household pitching in at harvest time. As many hands make light work, so do many provisions make investment in the latest farm machinery much easier.
- Our example of communist republicanism in the United States will not be lost on Mexico. We can assist them in making the same transition away from democratic mercantilism, so that all Mexicans can have a survival income and build their households and their republics in place.
- Once that domesticity is established, we can assist Mexico in building a defensive wall on its much smaller southern border.
- The republican border walls will the only ones not allowing movement through them, with transportation and utilities lines providing closable walls which otherwise allow the flow of wildlife. More on this in a forthcoming book.
In case you have not already guessed, I am a communist republicanism opposed to all forms of democracy.