Homeland Security ‘Partnered With’ UN Migration Organization, Triggered Border Crisis

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UN behind open borderEven the main­stream media can no longer ignore US Immi­gra­tion and Cus­toms Enforcement’s (ICE) refusal to fol­low or enforce fed­er­al law.

ICE and US Cus­toms and Bor­der Patrol (CBP) have become pos­si­bly the world’s largest human traf­fick­ing orga­ni­za­tion, using bus­es and com­mer­cial air­lines to open­ly trans­port ille­gal aliens all over the Unit­ed States; even as far away as Alas­ka, Hawaii, and the Vir­gin Islands.

As far back as 2011, inde­pen­dent media and watch­dog groups were issu­ing warn­ings about the reck­less dere­lic­tion of duty by ICE that would result in a major crisis.

The Fed­er­a­tion for Amer­i­can Immi­gra­tion Reform (FAIR) high­light­ed the Mor­ton Mem­os, issued by ICE Direc­tor John Mor­ton, begin­ning in March 2011. These mem­os ordered changes in pol­i­cy ensur­ing that ICE and CBP would be unable to per­form accord­ing to their mandates.

In the Octo­ber-Novem­ber 2011 issue of Migra­tion Pol­i­cy Prac­tice, the Inter­na­tion­al Orga­ni­za­tion for Migra­tion (IOM) announced that in March, it had ‘part­nered’ with the US Depart­ment of Home­land Secu­ri­ty (DHS).

An IOM/DHS work­shop, held around the same time as the first ‘Mor­ton Memo’, planned how to best facil­i­tate a mass migra­tion of ille­gal immi­grants into the Unit­ed States, or as the IOM sum­ma­rized it:

exam­ined the bal­ance between the need for agile and com­pas­sion­ate respons­es by immi­gra­tion sys­tems and the need to pre­serve the integri­ty of those sys­tems. Among the key themes raised there were the impor­tance of pre­pared­ness and pre-estab­lished immi­gra­tion poli­cies that can be quick­ly imple­ment­ed as soon as an emer­gency occurs; the estab­lish­ment of mech­a­nisms for quick­ly iden­ti­fy­ing indi­vid­u­als in need of inter­na­tion­al pro­tec­tion; and the crit­i­cal val­ue of coor­di­na­tion for both the imme­di­ate and longer term migra­tion response.”

On July 18, 2014, the IOM post­ed this arti­cle on their web­site, clear­ly claim­ing cred­it for facil­i­tat­ing the crisis:

IOM Stress­es Need to Increase Assis­tance to Unac­com­pa­nied Chil­dren Trav­el­ing to the Unit­ed States

Excerpt – “The abil­i­ty of tran­sit coun­tries to deal with the sit­u­a­tion is strained, and once in the U.S., the government’s capac­i­ty to prop­er­ly receive and assist child migrants is equal­ly stretched.

IOM, through its pres­ence in all coun­tries in the region, has con­sid­er­able expe­ri­ence address­ing these chal­lenges. Through infor­ma­tion cam­paigns, IOM warns par­ents of the dan­gers of send­ing their chil­dren north with smug­glers. IOM also works with migrant chil­dren and fam­i­lies in shel­ters in tran­sit coun­tries and when return­ing home.” (empha­sis mine)

DHS and IOM didn’t dis­cuss main­tain­ing bor­der integri­ty or pre­vent­ing ille­gal immi­gra­tion because the IOM is a UN agency with the sin­gu­lar mis­sion of facil­i­tat­ing ‘migra­tion’ with no regard for nation­al sovereignty.

Since this ‘part­ner­ship’ was unac­com­pa­nied by press releas­es, it passed unno­ticed by the media and the Amer­i­can Peo­ple. So, in Decem­ber of 2011, when Gov­ern­ment Secu­ri­ty News filed a report stat­ing that DHS Sec­re­tary Napoli­tano had “direct­ed ICE to devel­op a nation­al-lev­el mass migra­tion plan”, only a few inde­pen­dent media out­lets even both­ered men­tion­ing it.

That announce­ment would be echoed in Jan­u­ary 2014, when ICE post­ed a request on FedBizOpps.gov for Plan­ning, Brief­ing, and Report­ing Anla­y­sis for Emer­gency Response and Mass Migra­tion Sup­port only months before the his­toric influx of ille­gal immi­grants into Texas.

The requests included:

Assist in coor­di­na­tion and col­lab­o­ra­tion with inter­nal and exter­nal stake­hold­ers to facil­i­tate a “Whole Com­mu­ni­ty” approach to com­pre­hen­sive emer­gency pre­pared­ness facil­i­tat­ing the align­ment of lead­er­ship guid­ance, orga­ni­za­tion­al require­ments, and equities.”

Pro­vide sup­port for program/project man­age­ment, oper­a­tions, coor­di­na­tion, plan­ning, and pol­i­cy sup­port regard­ing all-haz­ard emergency/crisis man­age­ment, pre­pared­ness, con­ti­nu­ity of oper­a­tions, and enter­prise resilience before, dur­ing and after natural/man made and or tech­no­log­i­cal inci­dents or events.”

The request was post­ed on Jan­u­ary 21st, 2014 with a response date of Feb­ru­ary 14th.

In hind­sight, the post­ing con­tained some very omi­nous indi­ca­tors dis­guised by it’s mun­dane lan­guage. For one, the lim­it­ed response time cer­tain­ly gives the request a sense of urgency.

Key­words like ‘pre­pared­ness’ and ‘all-haz­ard emergency/crisis’ are strik­ing­ly sim­i­lar to our news head­lines now as we enter the third month of the offi­cial­ly rec­og­nized Bor­der Crisis.

Sup­port was sought for ‘enter­prise resilience’ bring­ing to mind wide­spread loot­ing or even eco­nom­ic col­lapse “before, dur­ing and after natural/man made and or tech­no­log­i­cal inci­dents or events”

Eeri­ly, it was these three ele­ments that cre­at­ed the Bor­der Crisis.

Reports of numer­ous pan­dem­ic-caus­ing dis­eases have not slowed the regime’s efforts to accom­mo­date any­one will­ing to vio­late our bor­der. Cen­tral and South Amer­i­can news­pa­pers have, for months, report­ed that ‘chil­dren’ and fam­i­lies will not be turned away, but instead will be eli­gi­ble to vote and receive wel­fare. Once again, a sta­tis­ti­cal­ly unlike­ly com­put­er glitch has con­ve­nient­ly pro­vid­ed the regime with a form of plau­si­ble deni­a­bil­i­ty, just like with Obamacare.

Over the past year, as inde­pen­dent jour­nal­ists mon­i­tored the Fed­Bi­zOpps site to keep track of the record stock­pil­ing of ammu­ni­tion and oth­er sus­pi­cious acqui­si­tions by the Fed­er­al Gov­ern­ment, sev­er­al requests by FEMA in August 2013 raised red flags, sig­nal­ing the government’s prepa­ra­tion for some unknown, immi­nent emergency.

Requests from FEMA were put out for an indef­i­nite sup­ply of freeze-dried food, bot­tled water for up to four years, cut­lery kits, bev­er­age dis­pensers “capa­ble of hold­ing hot or cold bev­er­ages,” paper tow­el dis­pensers, assort­ed tea bags, hot choco­late mix, drink/punch mix, lemon­ade mix, and assort­ed fruit juice in bottles.


That same month a request was made for emer­gency shel­ters, and shel­ter clean­ing kits. Then, in Feb­ru­ary 2014, came a request for 150 man­u­fac­tured homes per week that could be deployed to any state in the coun­try, with the poten­tial to become per­ma­nent housing.

Addi­tion­al orders for Bulk Hygiene Kits, Waste Removal Ser­vices, and “Evac­u­a­tion Plan­ning and Oper­a­tional Sup­port for Motor Coach­es” left lit­tle room for spec­u­la­tion. The gov­ern­ment seemed to know for cer­tain that some­thing ter­ri­ble was coming.

(full sto­ry here)

These prepa­ra­tions final­ly made sense this sum­mer when an unprece­dent­ed num­ber of ille­gal immi­grants start­ed flood­ing across the bor­der and the Fed­er­al Gov­ern­ment gave them refuge instead of turn­ing them back.

Why would the US Gov­ern­ment part­ner with the Unit­ed Nations in order to cre­ate an immi­gra­tion emer­gency that’s pre­dict­ed to cause an ‘over­whelm­ing pub­lic health cri­sis’, and may pos­si­bly be the last nail in the cof­fin for our domes­tic economy?

The real ques­tion is, giv­en the mul­ti-bil­lion dol­lar sur­veil­lance appa­ra­tus that we fund­ed after 9/11 (large­ly to pre­vent peo­ple from sneak­ing over our bor­der) and with the omni­science of the NSA at it’s dis­pos­al; how could the Bor­der Cri­sis hap­pen if the Fed­er­al Gov­ern­ment wasn’t allow­ing it?