- Feb 16, 2016
so were Haitians. As I said to Kipling, it is mainly the numbers of Haitians and the load they place on the Dominican medical, education, and social systems that is the main problem. There all sorts of others' problems thousands of squatters bring as well. Venezuelans are a drop in the bucket, and most of them had proper paperwork and ID to get legalized.
Historical...as in the past...as in the people of the present need to pay for things and to have a score settled against them for things that they did not do in the past.There are also historical reasons for helping Venezuelans and historical reasons for distrusting Haitians.
Not picking an argument.
Not even saying I am in disagreement.
Just pointing out something I see in your post...
I'm interested if anyone else finds it strange that history on the macro scale is any justification for conducting policy against people individually on the micro scale❓