THE BINDING NECESSITY OF THE SOUTHERN BORDER WALL IN AMERICA.
Although, all that the media is show-casing are reasons why the wall should be considered inconsequential. But a constructive and unbiased critical assessment of this all-important matter will reveal the binding necessity and benefits of this wall.
The #wall will save millions of lives by deterring dangerous migrations. Most of those illegal migrants who are not able to withstand the very dehumanizing conditions die in the process in the hands of their traffickers who see them as expendable commodities. Some are raped, with all their human rights violated. The wall will discourage such journey from start and hence, save lives.
For legal asylum seekers, this wall works with US laws to promote safety for those who need asylum, while maintaining order as they go through the asylum office of their parent country.
The wall will significantly reduce illegal immigration, trafficking and Smuggling.Even if there were those who may risk deploying ladders to cross, the number will be reduced, as well as weapons, drugs and even sex slaves.
The wall will enhance a Better surveillance by #Border Patrol.
Vehicles can not drive pass the wall. By this, the environment which hitherto is ravished will be protected from devastating impacts.
Finally, statistics has shown that most Mexican border cities make the list of most dangerous cities in the world. The wall will significantly reduce spillover of those dangerous cities, in the form of drugs, burglaries etc. into America, and by extension, private properties will be protected. It is beyond controversy that a house with fence would have a better security and free from interference than an open house.
Although,the media is only considering the initial cost, it is however cost-effective when juxtaposed with the financial implication of chains of security personnel of few years.
Therefore, the benefits of the #Wall outweigh remarkably its cost.
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