Omar Robert Hamilton

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Refugee Stasis

Refugee Stasis

The camp is the end of the liberal order, the end of the post–World War II world, the end of human rights.

Refugees are being used to distract from the failures of globalized neoliberalism. The wider European public is subjected to irreconcilable political messaging daily: refugees are both helpless victims and violent sexual predators; they are flooding the borders but the borders are strong; they are children and they are adults posing as children; they are overwhelming our culture, but our culture is indomitable—but it must also be protected.

Refugee Stasis

Refugee Stasis

The camp is the end of the liberal order, the end of the post–World War II world, the end of human rights.

Refugees are being used to distract from the failures of globalized neoliberalism. The wider European public is subjected to irreconcilable political messaging daily: refugees are both helpless victims and violent sexual predators; they are flooding the borders but the borders are strong; they are children and they are adults posing as children; they are overwhelming our culture, but our culture is indomitable—but it must also be protected.