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john • 1 year ago

Laudable sentiments if somewhat detached from reality. I don't recall such fuss when the borders of Tunisia and Egypt were effectively closed to British tourists because of acts of terrorism. Nor when tourism to Turkey and to European cities was severely diminished for the same reason. We are not global citizens, there is no fundamental right to travel and it's not President Trump that is closing borders. it is those who commit indiscriminate atrocities against innocent tourists that are closing borders, destroying lives and national economies. If you want to stand against something - let it be that.