Betrayed -that’s how many are feeling following the US Border patrol allowing 8 illegal immigrants from the infamous “caravan” in Central America, to enter the US.
200 people currently sit outside the U.S. Mexico border in Tijuana, with thousands more en route, demanding to be let into the U.S. and granted asylum. Many claim they are escaping desperate conditions in their own country but a closer look raises serious questions.
First, many in the caravan are clearly overweight, showing no signs of starvation, malnourishment or other serious danger. Photos betray their message of desperation as migrants are seen wearing new, hip, clothing without holes or tatter and possessing things such as cell phones, stylish scarves, jewelry, watches, coloring books and new toys.
Many of the women sit around happily trading baby clothes and even have fresh new bows and hair clips in their hair. And while hygiene and garbage are clear issues in the migrant camps, poverty and distress the likes of which they are claiming cannot be seen.
Of those who have entered illegally charges have been filed against 11 members of the caravan who crossed the border but many Americans are upset that 8 people, three women, four children and an 18-year-old man, have been allowed in seeking assylum.
The “caravan” was organized by the liberal organization Pueblo Sin Fronteras, not to be confused with an organization with a similar name; People Without Borders.
For over 15 years, Pueblo Sin Fronteras has led migrants from Central America to seek asylum in First World nations, most notably America, instead of helping third world people improve conditions within their own communities.
The group’s volunteers supposedly organize these caravans in order to help migrants stay together for protection as they move north. Traveling through South and Central America poses many dangers along the way.
Criminals and natural disasters pose a risk, but Pueblo Sin Fronteras also helps the illegal caravans to avoid law enforcement officials that may detain, arrest or deport them, essentially acting as an illegal human trafficking organization.
Of course the irony of supposedly protecting these caravan members from criminals is that many caravan members have been discovered to be criminals themselves trying to reach the U.S. where mass, third world migration has already raised the crime rate dramatically.
Police in Yuma, Arizona, apprehended a member of the gang MS-13 when he crossed the U.S. border illegally from the caravan earlier this week.
MS-13 gang members have plagued the U.S. going on killing sprees of U.S. high school students, targeting white suburbs for robbery and vandalism, and killing people with machetes because its more personal, and agonizing. The gang’s motto is “Kill, rape, control.”
Opening the border to the 8 asylum seekers has been viewed as a liberal victory. Other members of the caravan reacted by cheering, dancing and breaking into chants of “Si Se Puede.”
The chant “Si Se Puede” which translates into “Yes we can” is a registered trademark of the United Farm Workers, formed by Cesar Chavez.
Chavez, has become a “folk saint” among the far-left Latino community both in the U.S. and south of the border. Often referred to as the Hispanic Martin Luther King Jr, Chavez was a radical, foul-mouthed, vegan who was a fan of communist, Chinese, dictator Mao. Chavez ran the education center, “La Paz” which as been compared to the Jim Jones cult.
Chavez’s goal was to train thousands of Latinos, and untold numbers of future generations, in the way of socialist activism. He said, “We [Hispanics] have looked into the future, and the future is ours. History and inevitability are on our side. . . . The consciousness and pride that were raised by our union are alive and thriving inside millions of young Hispanics who will never work on a farm.”
The race-based anger and Latino-supremacist threats to control the future are distributing to those paying attention to the caravan aligning itself with this radical agenda. An agenda which suggests that their mission is not one of simple asylum.
“When respect for the rule of law diminishes, so too does our ability to protect our great nation, its borders and its citizens,” said U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. “The United States will not stand by as our immigration laws are ignored and our nation’s safety is jeopardized.”
Many support Sessions’ tough talk but are looking for more concrete results.
In a Tweet sent on Monday Trump said; “The migrant ‘caravan’ that is openly defying our border shows how weak & ineffective U.S. immigration laws are. Yet Democrats like [Montana Sen.] Jon Tester continue to support the open borders agenda — Tester even voted to protect Sanctuary Cities. We need lawmakers who will put America First.”
Putting America first is what Americans voted for in the last presidential election but many are wondering how allowing central Americans into our country is doing that.