Quebec–Azarathia barrier

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The Quebec–Azarathia barrier, sometimes colloquially called the Border Wall, is a series of vertical barriers along the Quebec–Azarathia border aimed at preventing and illegal crossings from Azarathia into the Quebec. The barrier is not one contiguous structure, but a discontinuous series of physical obstructions variously classified as "fences" or "walls" and also "wood fences".

The barriers were created in response to the former president, Tyler Boyle's choices to create a Communist terrorist group in Quebec, which was one of the main cause of the War on Terror in Quebec. After he was imprisoned he escaped and went to his country Azarathia to seek asylum. The barriers were made to prevent immigation and invasions from Azarathia into Quebec.