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To Protect Asylum-Seeking Family From Deportation, Dutch Church Holds Round-the-Clock Services for 900 Hours and Counting

To Protect Asylum-Seeking Family From Deportation, Dutch Church Holds Round-the-Clock Services for 900 Hours and Counting

Julia Conley, staff writer

A church in The Hague is going to extreme measures to show its intolerance for the anti-immigrant sentiment that has spread across Europe in recent years, as it enters its 38th day holding continuous services in order to protect an asylum-seeking Armenian family from deportation.

Watching the Golden Rule in action is a rare and beautiful thing.

It shouldn’t be so rare.

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WWJD?

Stock up on throat spray

you guys do realize that all these men and women that are displacing themselves have a right to travel.
they also have the right to idle land that is not being used to meet the people’s needs adequately. (and even to any land in the case where no other land is available)
stop identifying as migrants traveling from mexico to the US
rather stand as men/women merely traveling on turtle island.

if the fictional name is summoned before a quasi/kangaroo court, Do not identify/consent to that name, provide notice that you are not to deal with a system that does not in full comply with natural law.
speak to the “judge” as a man only, this is a discussion between men/women. And any man or woman has to prove that as your equal they somehow have jurisdiction over you - which of course they do not.
and so they have no grounds to keep you from exercising your birth rights.

make sure to establish that you do not speak legalese but rather common sense.
(whenever talking to a stranger do not assume that they are speaking vernacular or have your best interest in mind)
everything i learned i learned in Kindness school >>kindergarden.
far to many people claim to be experts/authorities when they did not even pass kindergarden yet.

until this is realized we will continue to see people suffer and discord/division to persist.

There are too many people - period. Boo

Actually, I don’t understand the motivation of the Church and that Armenian family. Have they been prosecuted for their political views? Okay. But the Government in Armenia has changed since that (liberals came to power). So they can return to their homeland. Right now their lives are out of danger. Or maybe all that is made to stay in Netherlands?