Thus insinuates the migratory project driven by Donald Trump.
Amid a country where racist groups thrive, its president pleads for an initiative that encourages that evil.
The perspective was commented last Monday, among others, by a New Herald columnist, Fabiola Santiago.
She wrote, Trump’s migratory project seeks “to make the United States white again” and that they only speak English.
Also, if approved, our current city of Miami would not exist.
In fact, she adds, the idea of the president's reformation closes the doors to people like Cuban- Americans who voted for him.
The same happens with his Latin and Haitian supporters, too stubborn on their support to a president “whose white-supremacy, and anti-immigrants agenda” is a slap on the face of a diverse country and an insult to the values with which it was founded.
Fabiola Santiago stops to wonder:
What can be expected from an administration that separates North American children from their parents and launches an initiative whose target is minorities?
The Raise Law would reduce legal immigration by 50% in the next 10 years, and would give priority to skills over family reunification, abandoning the sacrosanct migratory politics of the United States.
With sarcastic tone Fabiola Santiago says: The president could also dismantle the Statue of Liberty, and return it to France.
She warns in her article what Trump’s plan pursues is to change our racial and ethnic face, as well as to write a new speech on who we are and what we defend.
Later she says, “Trump wants that, once again, the United States to be white” and monolingual.
Besides she adds, after a long road, it he wants to pass a supremacy politics in only eight months of government.
There is a small detail that strays from that attempt, the North American people, as a whole has never favored extreme positions.
Even less the intellectual and artistic sectors that bump into the Golden Ox that wanders the White House are well-known.