"For a state to become a state it is necessary that the citizen cannot continually think of emigrating, but that the class of cultivators, no longer able to push to the outside, presses upon itself and is gathered into cities and urban professions. ... for a real state and a real government only develop when there is a difference of classes, when riches and poverty become very large and a situation arises where a great number of people can no longer satisfy its needs in the accustomed way." (George Hegel in Carl Friedrich The Philosophy of Hegel, 1953)
The dialectic process is not successful until no one can escape, that is, not until all are participating. The middle class (those seeking to isolate themselves from 'change,' i.e. fleeing the area of crisis which engenders the need for 'change,' seeking financial stability instead) must be negated (must be infiltrated with crisis) until they succumb, engendering a world of disparity between the rich and the poor, where dissatisfaction with the way the world "is" overthrows the rich, making all the same, i.e. poor, with facilitator's of 'change' living off "the people," i.e., living like the rich.
The border issue is not about keeping illegals out. It is about keep legal's from leaving (from not participating in their demise).
© Institution for Authority Research, Dean Gotcher 2015