Kerry tells grads they are about to enter a ‘borderless world’

Secretary of State John F. Kerry told graduating seniors at Northeastern University that they are about to enter a borderless world and that, owing to technology, resistance is futile:

"For some people, that is all they need simply to climb under the sheets, close their eyes and push the world away "  (snip)

"The future demands from us something more than a nostalgia for some rose-tinted version of the past that did not really exist in any case," he said. "You're about to graduate into a complex and borderless world."

Kerry was obviously alluding to Donald Trump at a few points in his speech, though he did not name the GOP presumptive nominee, according to an account of the speech by Peter Kasperowicz in The Examiner:

"So I think that everything that we've lived and learn tells us that we will never come out on top if we accept advice from sound-bite salesmen and carnival barkers who pretend the most powerful country on Earth can remain great by looking inward," Kerry added. "And hiding behind walls at a time that technology has made that impossible to do and unwise to even attempt." (snip)

… "And shockingly, we even see this attitude from some who think they ought to be entrusted with the job of managing international affairs."

Kerry did not explain how the graduates would be able to afford the taxes necessary to fund huge subsidies the United States lavishes on poor immigrants, legal and illegal, including the welfare payments euphemistically called “refundable tax credits,” free schooling, food stamps, Obamacare, and other freebies offered to people who never contributed anything to this country, but merely showed up in Kerry’s “borderless world.”

It is claimed that half of the world’s population, some 3 billion people, live on less than $2.50 a day, and that some 1.3 billion live on half that amount. $1.25 a day.  In a borderless world, they can be expected to show up and demand all the subsidies the U.S. and other welfare demiocracies offer.

Who is going to pay for it, Secretary Kerry?

Secretary of State John F. Kerry told graduating seniors at Northeastern University that they are about to enter a borderless world and that, owing to technology, resistance is futile:

"For some people, that is all they need simply to climb under the sheets, close their eyes and push the world away "  (snip)

"The future demands from us something more than a nostalgia for some rose-tinted version of the past that did not really exist in any case," he said. "You're about to graduate into a complex and borderless world."

Kerry was obviously alluding to Donald Trump at a few points in his speech, though he did not name the GOP presumptive nominee, according to an account of the speech by Peter Kasperowicz in The Examiner:

"So I think that everything that we've lived and learn tells us that we will never come out on top if we accept advice from sound-bite salesmen and carnival barkers who pretend the most powerful country on Earth can remain great by looking inward," Kerry added. "And hiding behind walls at a time that technology has made that impossible to do and unwise to even attempt." (snip)

… "And shockingly, we even see this attitude from some who think they ought to be entrusted with the job of managing international affairs."

Kerry did not explain how the graduates would be able to afford the taxes necessary to fund huge subsidies the United States lavishes on poor immigrants, legal and illegal, including the welfare payments euphemistically called “refundable tax credits,” free schooling, food stamps, Obamacare, and other freebies offered to people who never contributed anything to this country, but merely showed up in Kerry’s “borderless world.”

It is claimed that half of the world’s population, some 3 billion people, live on less than $2.50 a day, and that some 1.3 billion live on half that amount. $1.25 a day.  In a borderless world, they can be expected to show up and demand all the subsidies the U.S. and other welfare demiocracies offer.

Who is going to pay for it, Secretary Kerry?