Leaked Documents Prove Soros’s Open Society Is Working with UN in Supporting Current Illegal Migrant Crisis.
On Sunday the United Nations admitted to helping illegal immigrants in the Honduran caravan to get to the US border. The UN released extra staff and resources to the caravan to assist their journey to our border and inform them of their rights to asylum.
UNHCR spokesperson Adrian Edwards reportedly stated that countries need to be more considerate about human rights obligations than immigration status.
Edwards added, “UNHCR would like to remind countries along this route that this caravan is likely to include people in real danger.”
“I’ve found 1,500 people have started the the asylum procedure in Mexico”
What’s happening with the caravan in Mexico. pic.twitter.com/tE9rbaxh6z
— UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency (@Refugees) October 24, 2018
The United Nations have already started the legal process for asylum while these immigrants are in Southern Mexico headed towards the US.
In 2016 Breitbart released information on a leaked document from the Soros Open Society Foundation that exposes their close ties to UN migration representative Peter Sutherland.
George Soros’s Open Society is able to influence international immigration policy through their relationship with Sutherland. According to these leaked documents and the UN’s current reporting, Soros’s Open Society is working behind the scenes to help the caravan of illegal immigrants get to the US border.
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 have been able to advocate at an “elite level” behind the scenes.
Sutherland has been a strong advocate for open borders and increasing the “benefits of migration.”
Chris Farrell, a frequent guest at Fox News was just banned from returning to the network because of an interview with Lou Dobbs where he accused George Soros of funding the Honduran caravan. Fox News is off the mark on this one.