A massive migrant caravan departed Tapachula, Mexico on Saturday en route to America’s collapsed southern border.
Tens of thousands of migrants from Central America, Haiti, Cuba, and Venezuela mobilized in southern Mexico over the weekend to begin their 18-day journey to the U.S.
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The migrants easily broke through Mexican police forces trying to prevent the caravan from marching through their country.
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As of Sunday, the migrant caravan is continuing to make its way north, according to Fox News reporter Griff Jenkins.
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The migrants are reportedly stopping in Mexico City before ultimately making their way to the U.S. southern border.
LOOK: Migrants from Central America and Haiti walk in a caravan headed to the Mexican capital to apply for asylum and refugee status in Chiapas state, Mexico on October 23. Photos by Jacob Garcia and Jose Torres/Reuters pic.twitter.com/EpfbH5Kilv
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One young Honduran migrant said he’s not worried about being deported under the Biden administration.
X Migrant Caravan: This young man from Honduras is 16 and tells me he left his mom and little brother so he could go to the U.S. and work. He says he isn't worried about being sent back because he has a lot of faith #BorderCrisis pic.twitter.com/4sYqTaWrxD
— Ali Bradley (@AliBradleyTV) October 24, 2021
As we reported, the migrants have been provided with QR codes by NGOs to register their participation in the caravan, highlighting that this illegal migration is a sophisticated globalist operation.
This also tracks with an alarming United Nations report drafted in 2001 outlining a plan to mass-import hundreds of millions of third-world migrants to the West to offset its declining populations.
The paper, called Replacement Migration: Is It a Solution to Declining and Ageing Populations?, explains that 600 million migrants must be imported into the U.S. by 2050 to maintain “many established economic, social and political policies and programmes.”
As Paul Joseph Watson noted, “the argument that millions of migrant workers are needed to pay tax and fund pension liabilities is a complete misnomer because large numbers of migrants do not find employment and only end up on government welfare.”
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