The link between an open border and an ‘Open Society’

On Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010, a major earthquake struck the Caribbean island of Haiti. Most of us remember it. There was much suffering on the impoverished island. It was front page news for weeks as rescue and recovery continued.

Then after a while it fell off the radar. No, not the island, the story, as we moved on to something else.

Fast forward to today, as thousands of Haitians wade across a shallow section of the Rio Grande River from Mexico to the United States, seeking asylum.

But wait. Haiti is nowhere near Mexico. It's in the middle of the Caribbean, sandwiched between Jamaica and Puerto Rico. How did they all get from Haiti to Mexico and on to our border?

Well, as it turns out, they aren't coming from Haiti, but from countries like Chile and Brazil in South America where they've been living for over a decade, post-earthquake, as reported by Lara Logan.

Their reason for arrival here can be explained in three words – the Biden administration. How about three more – The Welcome Mat.

The minute Biden took office, word spread throughout the world that the door would be wide open to anyone who made it to our southern border. It's taken a while, but here they finally are. And every day the numbers of illegals at this make-shift camp under the international bridge swelled by hundreds. Estimates are that the encampment swelled to 15,000 at a point.

Not that anyone seems to care, but Haitians are committing immigration fraud by claiming asylum illegally. They are claiming to be escaping the aftermath of the old earthquake or violence after the presidential assassination. But in truth, they are doing relatively well in South America, actually prospering.

The reason they are now coming to America is that they've been told that no matter how good they have it in Chile or Brazil, it's many times better in the United States.

Most news accounts are describing the Del Rio situation as an unmitigated disaster – that it's a "failure" of the Biden administration to control the border and the flow of illegal immigration.

This couldn't be further from the truth. I agree with Lara, as she states that this is NOT a failure to act on the part of the Biden bunch. This is a choice, not a failure.

These are not the actions of a bungling administration that has "failed" to control our border. These are the actions of radical leftists who don't believe America should have a border. And those actions are evil.

And if there's evil afoot, you can bet that one man must surely be involved, if not pulling the strings. And this, of course, would be the devil himself, George Soros, through his Open Society Institute.

His Open Society believes in the "deconstruction of nations," primarily the United States, "open borders, and immigration entitlements for legal and illegal aliens and devaluing citizenship. …"

In Soros' book, "The Age of Fallibility" (Public Affairs 2006), he writes that "the United States is the main obstacle to a stable and just world."

His Institute's foundation funds a myriad of radical leftists groups, such as the Democracy Alliance, MoveOn.org, the Center for American Progress, National Organization of Women, La Raza, ACLU, Foreign Policy for America and many more shell organizations like abortion advocacy groups, environmentalist wacko groups and other open borders immigration groups.

Just a quick search netted no less than five Soros power players in the Biden administration. I have no doubt there are likely many more.

Anthony Blinken, Joe Biden's secretary of state, was on the advisory board of Foreign Policy for America.

Biden National Intelligence Director Avril Haines and his U.N. ambassador, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, are also on the same 20-member advisory board. Small world, isn't it?

Neera Tanden is a senior adviser to President Joe Biden. Before that she was president of the Center for American Progress.

Karine Jean-Pierre, Biden's principal deputy press secretary, was the senior adviser and national spokeswoman for MoveOn.org.

I'm not saying that these Soros players (other than Blinken) are directly involved in the border flood, but birds of a feather and all.

In my opinion, this purposeful flood of illegals, adding to the estimated 22 million already here, is not merely, as conventional wisdom dictates, to insure permanent control of government for the Democrats, but to directly attack our sovereignty and eventually rid the world of the United States.

Only then can the Soros and the World Economic Forum types earnestly get to work on the "Open Society" and the one-world government they desire.

But in the interim, the immediate goal is the Great Replacement, as Tucker Carlson concludes, "to replace legacy Americans with more obedient people from faraway countries."

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