They are pump us our gas at the gas station, and pour the cement in our settlements. Maybe we treat them well, with respect..sometimes even lend a real helping hand in time of some drastic need..but basically we are blind to their daily existence once they leave our fenced in/fenced out settlement. They live on the next hill, 5 people and more in one room, with a building freeze that has been going on for years. We ignore them when the walk on the road to and from work, even when it rains. But we feel good, cuz we pour them a cuppa coffee when they build our homes. Wake up Mr. Settlerman.
Japan suspends work on U.S. base on Okinawa as Abe battles low ratings (Reuters)
from the article: Settlers, tell us, what do you think will happen?