You won't see or read about them on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, Fox, MSNBC, The New York Times, or virtually any of America's other propaganda-media, except that these people are "terrorists," and that they thus constitute threats to U.S. national security; but, here they are, speaking for themselves, which America's propaganda-media won't let you hear, because the U.S. Government -- the regime in Washington -- actually created these "terrorists," when it overthrew their government via U.S.-manipulated "Maidan" protests in February, and replaced it with ours, which bombed their homes; so, you'll now see and hear these people, right here:
When winter comes, the hundreds of thousands of them -- turning by then into millions of them -- will face even greater problems than they do now.
If you don't think that they're really terrorists at all, you can maybe tell the White House to stop lying about them, and to stop producing them, and to start, instead, apologizing for having generated them (these refugees), by its bombing-campaign against them that it sponsors, which has destroyed their homes:
Maybe the White House will even send you a form-letter in reply. If they care enough about you to do that.
But anyway, they already know what you think; so, why even bother, really; their NSA already has access to practically everything you have said. But, you haven't said this sort of thing yet, have you? And you can also tell the White House, while you're at it, what you think of their spying on you.
After all: America is a "democracy." We all know that. Anyone can communicate to their wall, anytime they want. It's a "free country." You learned everything about that in school, and you also hear about it every day, in America's propaganda-media. You've been fully indoctrinated. So, you know that it's true.
George Orwell actually wrote this book, and he called it 1984. It was fiction when he wrote it, but it's not any longer. That book's time has, apparently, finally arrived.
So: it's time, too, for you to practice now your Newspeak skills, by writing the White House. You can tell "Big Brother" what you think of him.
Just vent. Get it off your chest, and onto their watch-list.
Because you're probably already on it, anyway.
Might as well have some fun, while you're there.
Because it's really a grim world.
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