Tag: secured borders
It is a fundamental goal of every responsible country to ensure that the beneficial movement of legal goods, tourists, students, business people, and some migrants are allowed while keeping unwanted goods and people out of the country. All countries also face a similar set of border enforcement goals and challenges.
The growing threat of terrorism, smuggling, illegal immigration and random crime has made protecting borders a top priority for most governments. This is what also made then-candidate, now President Donald Trump to have as one of US' most pressing matters. Because a country can never be strong without strong borders. Same as to when it is compared to your house. Because you love the people that reside inside your house, it means you have to do everything to protect them from potential invaders, of course from the outside.
We know a strong perimeter defence is a first and most important step in preparing for the unknown. Our strength lies in our integrated approach to security solutions, and we specialise in high-security, wide-area and remote location border protection systems.
As states implement extensive border controls and apply a wide variety of deterrence measures such as visas and carrier sanctions to prevent illegal migration, they indirectly push unauthorized migrants into the hands of smugglers and traffickers who promise to evade these controls.
I wanted to leave this alone for awhile, but after I wrote yesterday’s post, dwelling as it did on the quarantining of 16,000,000 in Italy, it was announced that the ENTIRE COUNTRY of Italy was going into quarantine. Can you imagine?
For anyone making fun of people stocking up on toilet paper and other items, just look at Italy. They’ve gone from being able to move about freely, acquire necessities and such at will–no hoarding necessary!–and literally overnight, they are now confined to their homes except for emergencies and going to work.
With people still going to work, one doubts … continue reading...