Monday, October 29, 2018

Leaked Documents Prove Soros’s Open Society's Working with UN in Supporting Current Illegal Migrant Crisis

The UN admitted on Sunday that they're assisting the illegal immigrants and caravans from Central America making their way to the US southern border.
The UN admitted in today’s news article that they've mobilized extra staff and resources to assist the illegal immigrants in the caravans.
UN News reported:
"A priority for UNHCR, that's mobilized extra staff and resources to help those making the journey in Mexico’s southern borderlands, is ensuring migrants are informed on their rights to asylum. In an agency video, a UNHCR protection associate said many migrants were simply unaware asylum was an option.
UNHCR spokesperson Adrian Edwards told reporters in Geneva earlier this week that transit and destination countries must consider their human rights obligations ahead of immigration status.
"UNHCR would like to remind countries along this route that this caravan's likely to include people in real danger," Edwards said.
"In any situation like this it's essential that people have the chance to request asylum and have their international protection needs properly assessed, before any decision on return or deportation's made.""
The UN's starting the legal process for these illegal aliens while they're in southern Mexico.
Also today obtained a leaked document from the Soros Open Society Foundation that reveals their close links to UN migration representative and former Goldman Sachs executive Peter Sutherland.
The George Soros Open Society also claims that through Sutherland they're able to influence international migration policy due to the current migrant crisis.
The leaked documents and today’s UN report shows the George Soros Open Society's working behind the scenes with the UN to assist illegal migrants like the caravans marching to the southern US border. reported:
George Soros’ Open Society Foundation admits influence and incredibly close links with UN migration representative and former Goldman Sachs executive Peter Sutherland in leaked document.
The paper, which told of how the migrant crisis presented an "opportunity" for the foundation to extend its global influence and attract more money, mentions Sutherland’s pro-migrant work. The foundation notes that through Sutherland they've been able to advocate at an "elite level" behind the scenes.
Open Society are one of the contributors to the Columbia Global Policy Initiative (CGPI) that hosts Mr. Sutherland and claim that through Sutherland they're able to influence international migration policy due to the current migrant crisis. On the UN's website Sutherland's described as a "strong advocate for promoting practical action to increase the benefits of migration" and has routinely made comments against national borders and national sovereignty in Europe. Sutherland's even called for the EU to "undermine the homogeneity" of member states.
Sutherland's even gone as far as defending all migrants regardless of whether or not they're legitimate refugees saying, "We’re not just talking, either, about refugees. We’re talking about economic migrants, many of whom could be the future and some at the present… are survival fighters. They’re not to be dismissed as an irrelevance."

Last Year Sutherland argued that Britain was "xenophobic" because of border controls that stop the flow of migrants from Calais reaching Britain and earlier this year claimed that Brexit was an "act of insanity" and saying, "every independent voice in the world's saying it would be an act of insanity to leave the EU."  

The Open Society International Migration Initiative (IMI) program claims that Sutherland and his team are very closely linked saying, " IMI’s access to the Sutherland team’s discussions has allowed us to keep civil society partners up-to-date on the latest developments, in order to inform advocacy and campaigning strategies prior to the events and to plan follow up actions."  

IMI also funded the "Sutherland Report" that they claim will, "set the stage for institutional reforms to global migration governance and to break new ground on protections for migrants outside the asylum system," or protection for migrants regardless if they qualify for asylum in Europe.  

"CGPI’s elite-level behind the scenes advocacy through Peter Sutherland, has positioned its team of experts to influence policy and practical follow-up to global events," the author writes. They note that their funding of the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) allows the foundation to have influence over actively pro-migrant organizations like Sutherland’s team and MPI who they say are a "neutral voice" though MPI received over half of the 2015 budget of the IMI, some 2.2 million dollars.

On Sunday Fox News and Fox Business announced they had banned frequent guest Chris Farrell for making false accusations against Jewish billionaire and Democrat donor George Soros this past week on "Lou Dobbs Tonight." On the Thursday broadcast, Farrell accused Soros of funding the migrant caravan that left Honduras earlier this month and is currently traveling through Mexico toward the US border. Maybe FOX News should reconsider their decision.

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