What is the Migrant Carravan Issue?
by Is-Rael Landes 10/31/18
The migrant caravan began their journey out of Honduras, San Pedro Sula on Oct. 12th 2018 with now over 7,000 migrants according to NYT. Pueblos Sin Fronteras (immigration organization) has been supported by CARA (another immigration orginization) which is another group supporting the caravan. “At least three of the four groups are funded by George Soros’ Open Society Foundation.”(WND). For those who don’t know George Soros , he is another 1% as his net worth is in the billions. It’s well known he has given many “contributions” out to many canidates having connections to the Democratic party. Members of the Democratic Party found with links to Soros, such as Oregon’s Democratic Governor Kate Brown. She accepted a she accepted a monetary contribution from Soros for her re-election campaign and just three days later, Brown said the Oregon National Guard would not aid President Trump’s effort to provide border security. Could Soros’s financial aid to Brown be an indicator of his political affiliations and ability to sway politics?. Just three days later, Brown said the Oregon National Guard would not aid in President Trump’s effort to provide border security.
Information of Soros involvement in both were made known to the president, as he responded with, “We’re starting to find out, and I won’t say 100 percent, I’ll put a little tiny question mark at the end … but a lot of money has been passing through people to come up and try to get to the border by election day,”. The whole issue with allowing the migrants entrance into the U.S. has to do all with the issue of open border policy. Under an open border policy illegals aliens are allowed entry into the U.S. What Trump has been aiming to do, and recently has taken action upon is closing this open border policy for a number of reasons. One reason is that illegal immigrants entering and voting would skew election results for our government, ultimately shifting party power in our government. Take a moment and consider this reality, if we allow illegals to enter our country, we are also allowing non-citizens access to voting rights. Mainstream news has already discovered illegal immgrants voting in the names of dead people in states near the border such as Texas, showing the gravity of allowing an open border policy. This chaos that could result from open borders is clear to any citizen of a country and we will continue to protect our country from voting fraud, and have a clear path towards citizeship for all immigrants. Action the president has taken in closing of this policy was the withdrawl from the United Nations migrant compact. Under the compacts final draft it states “Promote faster, safer and cheaper transfer of remittances and foster financial inclusion of migrants.” There is a crucial economic issue at play that needs to be corrected before commitment to this policy. Jobs the immigrants have acquired and received pay from, are now expecting to send money back to their families in their homeland. This money sent is called remittances. Although very nobel of the families supporting their own countries they have migrated from, it has very negative effects for our country loosing the money. Denying this service seems of an infringement on ones rights, but if new illegal aliens were allowed higher access to remittances under the compact the U.S. would be losing over billions of dollars, as the money doesn’t circulate back into our economy. The Pews Research Center concluded in 2016 the amount of lost remittances equated to $138.165 billion. The cost remmitances would cause need to be adressed more in the UN compact before any country signs. One Possibility may be providing a cap of money monthly a family would be allowed to send back to their home land, in efforts to endure the economic loss. Imagine the $138.165 billion could influence our economy if it stayed within the U.S.
We have spent $80 million in 2017 contribution to the OECD. Their mission statement reads: “Mission to the OECD provides policy analysis and information to the U.S. Government based on the work of the OECD. It also ensures that the decisions taken by the OECD reflect the priorities of the U.S. Government.” [Emphasis added.] OECD and KNOMAD organizations have been behind drafting these migrant compacts (both international groups with connections to UN). This all means in the past we have been spending money towards negotiation open border policies, with the finally draft results asking for the “ Promote faster, safer and cheaper transfer of remittances…” Again promotion of this policy “cheaper transfer of remittances”results in $138.165 billions of dollars lost annually. We simply can’t allow this contract to continue. If I were to cut funding towards a program this would be a start as we are paying for a system that leaves the U.S. in economic despare.
Watch banned video from Judicial Watch of their findings on the Migrant Caravan here: