Thousands of African immigrants who arrived on the southern border of the United States demanded immediate entry into the country.
In a statement the 3,000 immigrants from some 16 African countries such as Angola, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, or Ethiopia said they have crossed at least eight countries in a trip of more than two months on their route to the United States and Canada.
The immigrants specify in the statement that they have crossed the jungles of Colombia and Panama, although they do not explain how they first arrived on the American continent and how they financed such an expensive trip.
Those behind the statement blame the Western powers for the precarious situation they live in their countries of origin: war, violence, hunger, and denounce that once in Mexico the authorities neither listen to them nor receive them.
While most of the illegal immigrants traveling through Mexico are Central Americans, thousands of Africans have also been trapped near the federal immigration office in Tapachula.
In fact, the number of African immigrants on the U.S. southern border tripled in the first for months of 2019 when compared to the same time period in 2018.
The U.S. asylum system can only process a limited number of daily applications, so there is a long waiting list.
There have already been several violent clashes between African illegals and Mexican security forces in Tapachula, explained The Western Journal.
The statement is signed by a newly created organization called the Assembly of African Migrants in Tapachula and by several nongovernmental organizations and human rights associations.
Some of these organizations receive direct funding from the Open Society Foundation, from financial speculator George Soros, including Alianza Américas and American Friends Service Committee, the latter also funded by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.
The funding of mass immigration in Europe and the USA
George Soros, a billionaire financial speculator with dual Hungarian and American citizenship, is an outspoken advocate of open borders and has been funding hundreds of organizations that promote mass immigration for years through his ‘flagship’, the Open Society Foundation.
In an article published at the World Economic Forum in 2015, Soros proposed to the European Union a comprehensive plan to host more than 1 million refugees annually and invest in each at least $16,800 per year for two years.
“To be comprehensive, the plan must extend beyond Europe’s borders,” the speculator said at the time.
The Open Society Foundation has directly and indirectly funded the ‘fleet’ of ships operating in the Mediterranean supposedly ‘rescuing’ African immigrants and bringing them to Europe.
Information discovered in research by Disobedient Media has revealed funding connections between George Soros and Hillary Clinton’s financial sponsors.
The Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) was founded in 2014 by entrepreneurs Christopher and Regina Catrambone. MOAS operates the ships Topaz Responder and Phoenix.
Catrambone was a major donor to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016, donating more than $416,000.
Another great advocate for MOAS is avaaz.org, which donated $580,000 to MOAS’ “search and rescue operations” in the Mediterranean.
Avaaz.org was founded by Moveon.org, a U.S.-based organization owned by George Soros, and acts as the European branch of Moveon.org.
The NGO group Save the Children operates the Astral in the “armada” of ships. Save the Children is supported in part by the Open Society Foundation.
Médicins Sans Frontiéres (MSF) also operates several ships in the migrant fleet: Dignity 1, Bourbon Argos and Aquarius. MSF also received funding from the Open Society Foundation.
It should be noted that none of the hundreds of organizations funded by George Soros through the Open Society Foundation is dedicated to trying to improve living conditions in the countries of origin of immigration so that these people can thrive in their homes.
The financial participation of Soros and other renowned supporters raises questions about the true intentions of these sponsors who operate ships in the Mediterranean and now support thousands of Africans who demand entry to the United States.