December 30, 2018
What’s that saying… If white people don’t go to Mordor, Mordor goes to white people.
Another migrant caravan — with estimates of as many as 15,000 participants — is preparing to leave Honduras on January 15, according to migrant rights advocates and Spanish-language media.
“They say they are even bigger and stronger than the last caravan,” said Irma Garrido, a member of the migrant advocacy group Reactiva Tijuana Foundation.
What do they mean “stronger”?
Could it be they use terms that would better describe an army because they don’t view themselves as migrants but as conquerors?
Meanwhile, thousands of Central American migrants from a caravan that left Honduras in October remain stranded at the U.S.-Mexico border and languishing in crowded Tijuana shelters while they wait out a lengthy process to file asylum requests with the United States.
Great. They’ll likely be 20k+ strong once the two “caravans” join.
…and they’ll be at our gates.
Except there’s still no proper gate and no real wall.
Coordinators who helped direct the migrants on the 2,000-mile trek with bullhorns, arranging for buses and giving advice along the way, have mostly vanished. Many of the migrants say they feel abandoned and unsure where to turn next. Some are ready to return home.
Yep. Why would they stay? Their job there is completed.
It was never about them manually getting the “migrants” inside the United States.
Garrido said this new, larger caravan will likely be joined by more people in El Salvador and in Guatemala, but she said they don’t plan on coming straight to the Tijuana-San Diego border, where resources are already stretched nearly to a breaking point.
So… the initial estimate of 15,000 “participants” will increase along the way.
Last week, Mexico and the United States agreed to develop a plan to curb Central American migration. The plan includes a $25 billion investment from Mexico into its southern states over the next five years. The United States will contribute $4.8 billion to Mexico and $5.8 billion to the Northern Triangle of Central America, which is made up of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. Most of the United States funding will be allocated from existing aid programs.
Why are we spending money on monkeys? This is humiliating. Why does everything have to be about us giving gibs to subhuman creatures? There’s no return of investment because it’s not an investment, it’s literally wasting the resources of our present and future people. We’re harming our survival chances by giving stuff away to our enemies.
We’re not only keeping niggers alive in Africa, we’re also providing incentives so they multiply faster. We’re doing the same for the apes from the American continent and nobody has ever given an explanation as to why we have to self-destroy other than “but brown child cried tho.”
I don’t know about you, but I’m getting tired of orcs enjoying the fruit of our labor and that of our ancestors. I don’t care if six trillion brownlets cry. Children cry because you don’t give them ice cream anyways. Their tears have no meaning, and really, why should we care if they suffer? We’ve literally given them everything good they have, what more could they possibly want from us?
Yeah, yeah, they want a better life. The problem is that the better life they want happens to be your life.
Letting them in doesn’t even fix anything.
Bullets are better solutions. They’re cheaper, faster and final.