I wonder why our humanitarian bombing media hasn’t pointed out what’s been happening in latin america, africa and the middle east to cause this mass exodus to the so-called “developed” world. I guess they don’t want to offend our delicate sensibilities. Not yet anyway.
The “externalization of costs” transnational business strategy formerly defined “external” as the 3rd world. Now it’s apparently grown to include the rest of the world as well. And still, they run their ultra-profitable plundering operations from the comfort of penthouses overlooking the sewage streets of the “developing” nation of san francisco. But they’re just mirroring the overall culture, which is busy burying itself in its own externalities.
Yet hardly anyone even thinks to ask something as basic as “where does money come from?” They assume our national “leadership” is taking care of such complicated issues. And they are. That’s the problem.
Who’s financing the “spontaneous” migrant caravan trekking towards the United States? Here are some clues
(Natural News) On his nationally syndicated talk show Wednesday, Rush Limbaugh discussed the growing migrant “caravan” currently making its way towards the United States.
In particular, Limbaugh talked about what it would take for hundreds and thousands of people to make such a long journey on foot, and through a number of countries after the caravan originated in Honduras.
Where would the migrants sleep? How would they eat? Where would their water come from?
He also discussed issues like personal hygiene; where would they shower or bathe? Where would they go to the bathroom?
And if you look at pictures of the migrants you’ll see, many are carrying very small backpacks, so they can’t have much food with them, let alone toiletry items, tents/shelter, and extra clothing – all of the things you’d normally associate with someone trekking cross-country and hundreds of miles. Some don’t have a backpack at all.
That led Limbaugh to logically conclude someone – or some organization(s) – must be helping the migrants, to include the governments of Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico, all countries they have passed through or will be passing through.
Almost on cue, Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., dropped a bombshell Wednesday, the same day Limbaugh was speculating about who was providing the migrant caravan’s basic needs. He tweeted out a video that showed men handing out what appears to be money to women and children in the caravan…