One of the more difficult things for American citizens to comprehend is the international community’s plans for their nation.
In the name of “Equity”, the global powers are demanding the U.S. adopts the U.N. Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and The Great Reset restructuring plan.
The United Nations and George Soros funded globalist organizations, are providing cash to help migrants work their way up through South America, Central America, and Mexico on their way to the United States.
For the fiscal year 2021, U.S. officials are reporting nearly 2 million illegal aliens were processed. In addition, another one plus millions of aliens entered without getting stopped by the overwhelmed border patrol professionals.
Todd Bensman at the Center for Immigration Studies told Breitbart News, “It is definitely organized.” Bensman told Breitbart News on Monday during a reporting trip to Tapachula in southern Mexico, where migrants arrive after crossing Central America:
They’re giving money out at way-stations up and down the [migrant] trail … There’s a process [in Tapachula]: You get your Mexican [visa] papers, then you go to the UN building next door, get an appointment, and they interview you and look at your situation… It’s not big money, and not all of them get it, but enough get it to sustain them so they don’t have to go home, and so they can go on to the next way station.
Photo I just took of a Honduran migrant woman’s United Nations-issued cash card, which provided 2,500 pesos a month for 4,
the max in this one city of Tapachula, Mexico. All part of the UN “cash-based interventions” program I wrote about last month here: https://t.co/ocDcwnnAL7 pic.twitter.com/9l5F2sjevz
— Todd Bensman (@BensmanTodd) January 17, 2022
The funding helps poor migrants from Africa and Asia survive the deadly and brutal trek through South American, over the Darien Gap, through Central America, and into Mexico. Without the UN-provided money, many of the migrants risk going without food, shelter, or short-distance transport.
This US-bound Haitian in Tapachula, Mexico complains that the UN failed to make its January payment to him and now his UN debit card is empty… pic.twitter.com/32N3IpKhTB
— Todd Bensman (@BensmanTodd) January 14, 2022
The taxpayer-funded UN also funds migrant families as they rationally make their way towards U.S. jobs, neighborhoods, and K-12 schools:
At the United Nations office in Tapachula, Haitian immigrants wait in lines to apply for cash assistance. These ones feel as though Colombians and Venezuelans are edging them out for the $ but they’re game to keep trying! pic.twitter.com/VIhT7pHtwr
— Todd Bensman (@BensmanTodd) January 14, 2022
The immigrants are using the funding to get to the U.S. border expecting to get into the interior of the nation, hoping to find work.
President Joe Biden’s pro-migration border chief — Alejandro Mayorkas — re-instated catch-and-release for many, although not all, which is the main magnet for global migrants to main the decision to uproot their families from their homeland.
Once released in the United States, the migrants encourage more of their families and friends to make the deadly trip.
It’s very simple: if there is a high chance your smuggling investment will yield a return — meaning you get in and work, legally or not, — you’ll come. If [U.S. government officials] lower that chance, then you won’t come …. It’s not much more complicated than that.
The United Nations reveals little about its spending, and the U.S. Department of State reveals little about its aid to the UN’s various groups, including the International Organization for Migration.
In December, Bensman described his examination of the UN’s funding system in an article for TheFederalist.com:
The public reporting as to how much the United States, through the State Department, gives IOM and how many got it is opaque at best. President Joe Biden’s 2022 budget calls for $10 billion in humanitarian assistance “to support vulnerable people abroad.” But there’s no detailed breakout.
A Fiscal Year 2019 summary (starting page 37) by the State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM), which provides U.S. funding to the IOM and many other United Nations agencies, offers one clue of the pre-expansion levels. IOM spent more than $60 million in 2019 for activities in the northern part of South America, Central America, and Mexico during the so-called “caravan migrant crisis” earlier that year, the fiscal year report said.
State Department-funneled money helped IOM provide 29,000 people in the Western Hemisphere with cash and voucher assistance and supported 75 shelter waystations, the State Department report states on page 42, much like the one I visited in Reynosa. Along the northern border of Mexico in July 2019, at the height of a “caravan” crisis, the IOM provided 600 beds and essential items to the Mexican government and helped it expand existing shelters and build new ones to accommodate the “asylum seekers.”
This wave of illegal aliens is expected to increase in number as the expectation of the Republicans winning back the U.S. Congress is increasing exponentially, resulting in tougher immigration laws.