REPORT: Immigration experts sound alarm of the next wave coming: Entire World’s Poor and Dispossessed
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Like the proverbial “bulge in the belly of the snake,” unusually high numbers of non-Latino migrants, obviously not from Central America, are now reportedly passing from Colombia through Panama on their way to the U.S. southern border. Their numbers range to the tens of thousands, whose vanguards we have already seen at the U.S. Southwest Border in recent months: Cameroonians, Ghanaians, Congolese, Haitians, Cubans, and some from the Middle East.
Word of their successful entries into the United States this year clearly reached home countries because now a swell numbering as many as 35,000 is on an infamous migrant passage through which migrants have long funneled from South America to North America: the Darien Gap.
The article goes on to state the following:
I am told this by two eye-witnesses who have just returned from the Colombia-Panama region on either side of the Gap. One of them is Panama-based author and freelance journalist Chuck Holton, who just visited the Colombian side in the frontier border town of Turbo, which is notorious as a migrant staging area for U.S.-bound migrants to be smuggled through the Darien Gap passage into Panama. The other source is Diane Edrington, a Mississippi-based nurse practitioner who has worked for years as a Panama Missions volunteer and who just returned from camps I visited in December on the Panama side of the Darien Gap.
Neither Colombia nor Panama routinely collect and publicly release data regarding migrant flows through their territories, which American homeland authorities often refer to as “exotics” or “extra-continentals” because they are from outside the Western Hemisphere.
But Holton and Edrington separately told me in recent phone and email interviews that a surge is underway the likes of which neither has ever seen and which obviously surpasses what I witnessed in December. Both saw massive numbers of Africans overwhelming government camps and smuggling infrastructure as they push through to repeat the successes at the U.S. border of those who have gone before them. Government sources, such as local military commanders, a Colombian harbor master, and migrant camp overseers told them many thousands have gone through in recent weeks and are in the pipeline on both sides of the Darien Gap passage. Holton and Edrington did not hear any of this from afar; they were on the ground, among the migrants.
How are the Immigrants Getting to the US?@rangerholton covers this and more on the latest episode of Hot Zone! Watch the full episode on https://t.co/T2y5Ujlmuw or on the OpsLens App! pic.twitter.com/Zx09cyMrvh
— OpsLens (@opslens) June 24, 2019
The report stated that Holton has interviewed many migrants who said they said they heard back from those who have already made it to the US and decided to make the trip as well, to “get in while the getting’s good.” The migrants said they’ve been told that current laws allow them to live and work in the US, and they’ll likely be able to stay permanently.
The migrants reportedly said they realize they don’t qualify for asylum, and say they’re going for a job and a better life.
By claiming asylum, “They know they’ll have to let them into the U.S. and that they can stay for at least three years” before any ruling on their claims comes back. “They’re very clear on that.”
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— OpsLens (@opslens) June 24, 2019
— Todd Bensman (@BensmanTodd) July 1, 2019
At least 35,000 African migrants are funneling through the Darien Gap in South America en route to the U.S.
Migrants there said they were planning on going to sanctuary cities.
“If we can get to one of those, they won’t mess with us,” said one African.https://t.co/78zWsxGn8M
— Center for Immigration Studies (@CIS_org) July 1, 2019
Episode 141 – WHO is paying for African Migrants to the US?https://t.co/IbKoVTbhed
— Chuck Holton (@rangerholton) June 24, 2019
Hello, anyone awake?
— wlctv.ca (@wlctv_ca) July 2, 2019
— Middle East Forum (@meforum) June 30, 2019
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