One of the most controversial presidential notions in history is Donald J. Trump's promise to build a wall between the United States and Mexico.  The new Commander-In-Chief has also promised that the aforementioned southern neighbors would be paying for it, even though Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray says not only will it not happen -  according to CNN, the suggestion is "Totally unacceptable."

While this debate was raging on, a wall was built around the United States.  Not just the southern border. but around the whole thing!  

What you are seeing is a very tiny international protest to President Trump's plan.  Miniatur Wunderland is the world's largest model railway spreading over 1,300 square meters.  According to the Edmonton Sun, the setup reflects the world, with sections for Europe, Africa, America, and more.  A miniature concrete and barbed wire message has been erected around the entire U.S. exhibit as a political message.  Of all of the countries to makes this statement - it had to be Germany.  I'm just going to leave this here.

I'm not sure if you can smell the irony here, but a model train museum in Germany trying to teach us a lesson about not building walls is like Kanye West teaching you about humility.  At least all of the (toy) trains run on time.