The Mexican Caravan humanitarian crisis – make those responsible pay!


 

 

Preying on many unsuspecting and innocent people from Central America, the Progressives have reached a new low. Make those who enticed many of these poor souls to abandon their homes, promising them a safe and an easy passage to the promised land – in this case the United States, responsible for taking care of them now.

Yesterday I posted a few of the main characters responsible for this developing humanitarian crisis on the Mexican border. The people behind the Mexican “Caravan”

 

A look at the Pueblo sin Fronteras group website shows that they have extensive experience leading caravans of migrants across different countries illegally.

“Our mission is to provide shelter and safety to migrants and refugees in transit, accompany them in their journey, and together demand respect for our human rights,” says the group’s Facebook page.“

 

 

This house will be a shelter for migrants and refugee, a home for volunteers, and a sanctuary for all.

 

 

Comment: Yes more Soros “migrants” are needed to collapse American society, make it safe for all (((travelers))), resulting magically in a mestizo paradise once those pesky White people pay up, die or move back to the North Pole.

 

Here is the second part of this drama.

“Pueblos Sin Fronteras [sic] told us not to worry, that there was going to be transportation, that Mexico was going to open the gates so that we didn’t have to enter [the U.S.] illegally, via the river . . .” Honduran migrant Ulises López said, referring to the attempted border breach Sunday.

“What was offered to the caravan of Honduran migrants was a trap . . . The people that brought us to this place, supposedly [caravan] leaders, took advantage of us, they used us in a horrific way, what they did to us has no name,” he added.

 

EVIDENCE OF A FALSE MEDIA NARRATIVE EMERGES

On November 13, American documentary filmmaker Ami Horowitz reported that the members of the caravan making its way through Oaxaco, Mexico, were approximately “90 to 95 percent” male, despite reporting in the U.S. that the caravan consisted of men and women, and were primarily organized by representatives from a group called Pueblo Sin Fronteras, which organized trucks of food, water, and other supplies to the migrants. Horowitz also interviewed caravan members, who said they were “seeking employment they illegally enter the United States,” and not fleeing gang violence in Honduras, as has also been widely reported by Western news outlets. [44] Horowitz told the right-leaning Daily Caller:[45]

What we do know is this thing [the caravan] cost millions and millions of dollars. . . .  One of the lies the [mainstream] media is trying to propagate is the fact that all this weird organic thing and all the water and the food and medicine, all dropped [like]. . . manna from heaven. It’s bologna. It’s all highly organized. It’s paid for by a number of organizations, we don’t know exactly where the money is coming from.

According to Horowitz, the Pueblo Sin Fronteras he identified in Mexico is connected to, but not necessarily the same group as, the Chicago-based Pueblo Sin Fronteras. “We do know that Pueblo Sin Fronteras, which is the main group which has organized this caravan, has a couple of front organizations in the United States and the money is flowing from them to Pueblo Sin Fronteras [in Mexico].”[46] However, Emma Lozano has traveled to Mexico City before in her capacity as director of Centro Sin Fronteras in order “to support the Familia Latina Unida.”[47]

MEDIA SOURCES CONFIRM PUEBLO SIN FRONTERAS’S INVOLVEMENT

Despite its initial position that the October migrant caravan was not organized by an outside group, on November 19 the Washington Post confirmed that Pueblo Sin Fronteras was “helping [to] guide the caravan” through Mexico and across the U.S. border. The report came after approximately 6,000 caravan members reached the city of Tijuana along the U.S.-Mexico border. The report also stated that “between 8,500 and 10,500” migrants were traveling with the caravan.[52] On November 27, CNN reported that the “annual caravan of Central American migrants heading to the U.S. border [was] organized by Pueblo Sin Fronteras.”[53]

La Razón, a Mexican daily newspaper, also reported that a number of Mexican activists denounced Pueblo Sin Fronteras for “inciting members of the migrant caravan to generate violence on the northern border of Mexico.” Eunice Rendón, a Mexican immigration activist and coordinator for the group Migrant Agenda, reportedly met with Pueblo activist Rodrigo Abeja to offer the group “legal assistance.” Abeja declined because “he pursued other purposes.” Rendón told La Razón that, “In the end, it’s people [like Irineo Mujica] who have other interests and take advantage of the vulnerability of others. They bring political motivations.”[54]

According to Mexico News Daily and Milenio, around 350 migrants chose to leave the caravan once it reached Tijuana, Mexico in order to return to their Central American countries, claiming they were “misled about their chances of gaining entry to the U.S.:”[55] [56]

“Pueblos Sin Fronteras [sic] told us not to worry, that there was going to be transportation, that Mexico was going to open the gates so that we didn’t have to enter [the U.S.] illegally, via the river . . .” Honduran migrant Ulises López said, referring to the attempted border breach Sunday.

“What was offered to the caravan of Honduran migrants was a trap . . . The people that brought us to this place, supposedly [caravan] leaders, took advantage of us, they used us in a horrific way, what they did to us has no name,” he added.

David Abud, a Pueblo Sin Fronteras representative, responded to the claim by denying all organizational involvement in the October caravan, saying: “Let it be clear that we didn’t organize or encourage [the migrants] to carry out the march [to the border].”[57] A report by right-leaning the Epoch Times, however, called Pueblo Sin Fronteras “a well-oiled asylum machine.” According to the report: [58]

The group [Pueblo Sin Fronteras] writes the names of asylum-seekers in its book—each number is assigned 10 names—and when a number is called, that’s the day those people enter the pedestrian crossing into the United States and claim asylum. They have recorded more than 11,000 names since March. U.S. Customs and Border Protection processes around 100 asylum claims per day at El Chaparral. (The Media reported that a “volunteer group” was taking down the names. Too lazy to even look into it.)

Colonel Fred Peterson, former chief public affairs officer of the U.S. Defense Department’s Joint Task Force North, which administers counter-drug and terrorist operations in North America, called the caravan “a very well-funded operation. It’s not spontaneous at all.” According to Peterson, the migrants were “just props in a political, staged play.” [59]

BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY (BAMN) INVOLVEMENT

Also see By Any Means Necessary (Other Group)

By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), a far-left agitation group, also released a document on November 25 implying that it helped organize the migrant caravan (full document available here) and accusing the Trump administration of being “lawless and repressive”: [60]

Open it up or we’ll shut it down! Everyone must be let in! MEXICANS and AMERICANS stand with us!

The arrival of the migrant caravan at the Mexico-US border has proven once again that the tactic of the caravan is our best strategy for safely reaching the US. Although we have not reached the border without suffering the roughness of the trip and some of us suffering it more than others, united we have almost reached our goal of crossing to the US and have
set the example for thousands of our brothers and sisters that are now making their way in their own caravans through Mexico, while others prepare for the next caravan to take off.

. . .

We live in a daily joint struggle to survive in the US undocumented and we march side by side fighting for immigrant rights. We invite our Mexican brothers and sisters to join our caravan efforts to safely and promptly cross to the US.

Trump must go or be removed BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY

 

The BAMN document called for the Democratic Party to demand the caravan be allowed to illegally cross the U.S. border: “The US midterm elections are over, there’s no reason why civil rights organizations and the Democratic Party apparatus should not be fiercely demanding open access across the border for the caravan and doing everything possible to stop Trump’s racist attacks on the caravan.” BAMN also encouraged Americans in San Diego, California, “to solidarize [sic] with the caravan [and], if are legally able, to get across the border to Mexico and help the caravan to cross the finish line as quickly as possible.”[61]

For more see Influence Watch

Next week I will try and follow the money. So far, I have found the usual suspects and numerous churches funding this despicable act of sacrificing many innocent people for political gain.

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12 Responses to “The Mexican Caravan humanitarian crisis – make those responsible pay!”

  1. Mustang Says:

    A violation of one’s allegiance toward his or her country, the betrayal of one’s country by waging war against it or by consciously and purposely acting to aid its enemies is how we define treason. Why these people aren’t pursued for this heinous offence is far more than I can understand. To we no longer value the things that made America great, which must include our loyalty and devotion to God, country, and family? Maybe—just maybe—we no longer deserve our American Republic.

    Liked by 3 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      I am with you… How about removing the tax exempt status for the Methodist Church in Chicago from whence this nonsense hailed from? She used the Church’s stationary to conduct her business… Oh, I forgot.. The IRS only goes after Conservatives.
      The Council of Catholic Bishops is knee deep in support of this financially…

      Liked by 1 person

    • the unit Says:

      His and/or her pronouns not allowed in discussion these days. Maybe one’s and their might still work. Like i.e. for example, perhaps in the news at CNN…reporting their faggot society association opposes “The Donald’s” MAGA slogan and policy and satisfies one’s tranny position of opposition. 🙂

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      • Mustang Says:

        I write ‘em and say’em any way. I think if it makes their heads explode then I must be doing something right. 😀

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      • Kid Says:

        I’ll never give into this crap. Homo’s, savage moslems, 3 genders (male, female, hermafrodite) , you have no right to not be offended, everyone is not Ok, nor has a right to exist in a civilized society, etc, bla bla bla.

        The left are not going to figure it out. They need their own country that they can turn into a shithole.

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  2. Kid Says:

    Great Post Bunk. Spot on analysis and conclusion. I think of the number of people no doubt wringing their hands and turning up their Trump hate volume over things like “Trump is gassing women and children!” and that makes me gag. Oce again, back to education vs indoctrination. Without proper education we aren’t going anywhere.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Why won’t the media cover this? Make the United Methodists, Lutherans and catholics get these people home who were lied to.

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  3. If All You See… » Pirate's Cove Says:

    […] blog of the day is Bunkerville, with a post on making those who are responsible for the migrant caravan […]

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  4. dave drake Says:

    A manufactured invasion. Major Kudos. Everything anyone needs to know in one post. Top notch.

    Liked by 2 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks Dave…if only the media would report this and get those that were duped back home safely.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Always On Watch Says:

    These groups are actively seeking to destroy America!

    Liked by 2 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      Yes they are…and the churches who are supplying funds for this must be held accountable in getting these people back from wherever they came from.
      Just reading the full documents of their statements made me sick. Anarchy totally.

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