Kerry promises a borderless country


Speaking at Northeastern University commencement ceremonies on Friday morning, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry advised newly-minted graduates that the world is on its way to becoming “borderless” and that the critical issues of our time are terrorism, poverty and, of course, climate change.

“I am honored this morning to address a university family that thankfully is one very utterly unafraid to look beyond our borders and into the future,” told a Boston Garden crowd of about 25,000, reports The Boston Globe.

Kerry advised graduates that a border wall would not deny entry to terrorists.

“Many of you were in elementary school when you learned the toughest lesson of all on 9/11,” he said, according to The Washington Examiner. “There are no walls big enough to stop people from anywhere, tens of thousands of miles away, who are determined to take their own lives while they target others.”

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Kerry doesn’t always use walls.
Sometimes he does.
Other times he simply uses armed guards.

And his audience?
$60,000/year (or is it semester?) students whose parents can also afford either private walls or armed guards, too.

Now, how many times does Kerry (or these rich kids) live in areas where the poor enjoy their diversity via smelly open fire cooking, loud ethnic music, public sex and bathroom use, open air hair cutting, trash digging and car/truck ”fixing?”
The noise, the smell, the offensive sights are oppressive.
And they say they want us to have more of this.
But, just not near any of them.

@Nanny G: Nanny, tis is the super intelligent lefty who thinks there is a 1/2 inch layer of CO2 that warms the Earth. I think his European friends have recently discovered that they need walls or armed guards to prevent terrorists from entering their country. What a dunce!

This COMMUNIST A-Hole sure didn’t mind MA’s border helping him not pay his yacht tax