Mass migration is in some ways a manifestation of social and political engineering. From a historic standpoint, the elite and highly effective have used mass migration to destroy the social order and disrupt the cultural concord.
For instance, the elite and highly effective used mass migration to destroy Catholic neighborhoods and even the black household in america, from the 1930s and all the best way to the 1960s. They ended up killing two birds with one stone.
Mass migration inexorably leads to chaos, and chaos leads to ethnic conflicts, and ethnic conflicts lead to disruption of the social order. And who loves to disrupt the social and ethical order? The wealthy, the highly effective, the warmongers, and the ethnic cleansers. All you’ve got to do is check out the Center East, Russia within the 1990s, and Europe at this current second.
Europe is being assault due to mass migration. How did it occur? Properly, the elite and highly effective began to set sovereign nations up in flames. Nations corresponding to Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Libya, have been in chaos since 2001.
A whole lot of hundreds of individuals have died for actually nothing throughout these mindless wars. Hundreds of thousands of houses have already bombed within the Center East, and the elite themselves are laughing at how they’re utilizing the army to destroy each nations within the Center East and US veterans themselves. As Henry Kissinger himself put it, “Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.”
In different phrases, the elite and highly effective are utilizing army males as expendables. But the fascinating factor is that these individuals have by no means taken Frankenstein critically. They will by no means think about that the monsters they proceed to create in a lot of the world have and can proceed to come again and hunt them. For instance, there was no Muslim mass migration in Europe earlier than the debacle in Iraq.
As soon as Iraq was actually destroyed, individuals have to migrate. Nations within the West supported the wars within the Center East, and now they’re complaining that they can’t stand the Muslim inflow in Europe. Nationalist teams at the moment are all over the place, prepared to set the world on hearth. However the place have been they when the Neocons and different Satanists have been destroying livelihoods within the Center East? The place have been they when the Anglo-American empire actually overthrew a democratically elected president in Iran in 1953?
Nowhere to be discovered. In truth, the elite and highly effective within the West continues to help the aimless conflict in Syria.
It’s the similar factor when it comes to the current caravan of immigrants from Honduras. America has been meddling in Honduras for years, and this goes all the best way to the Reagan administration and past. As historian Dana Frank of the College of California has proven in her current research The Lengthy Honduran Night time: Resistance, Terror, and the USA within the Aftermath of the Coup, the USA began to use Honduras for its imperial venture since 1910. By 1954, writes Frank,
“America used Honduras as the bottom from which to launch a CIA-organized coup that overthrew the democratically-elected socialist president of Guatemala, Jacobo Arbenz, ushering in many years of state-sponsored genocide towards the Guatemalan individuals.
“During the 1980s, the United States used Soto Cano Air Base at Palmerola, jointly operated with the Honduran government, as a base for the murderous Contra War against the left-wing Sandinista government of Nicaragua. Throughout the 1980s, under the watch of US Ambassador to Honduras John Negroponte, the United States worked closely with repressive Honduran armed forces, including the famous Battalion 3-16 death squad responsible for the deaths of Honduran leftists.”
Nothing has modified through the years. Within the identify of preventing medicine, the USA continued to destabilize Honduras even in the course of the Obama administration. The USA supported the corrupt authorities, the place it’s stated that “40 percent of the Honduran police are involved in organized crime.” Furthermore, it was clear to many who america used the drug warfare in Honduras “as a pretext for a greater military occupation…and to block the wave of political change driven by the national resistance.”
Nearly nothing has modified through the years. As Professor Joseph Nevins of Vassar School has meticulously identified:
“U.S. army presence in Honduras and the roots of Honduran migration to the USA are intently linked. It started within the late 1890s, when U.S.-based banana corporations first turned lively there. As historian Walter LaFeber writes in ‘Inevitable Revolutions: The United States in Central America,’ American corporations ‘built railroads, established their own banking systems, and bribed government officials at a dizzying pace.’
“Consequently, the Caribbean coast ‘became a foreign-controlled enclave that systematically swung the whole of Honduras into a one-crop economy whose wealth was carried off to New Orleans, New York, and later Boston.’
“By 1914, U.S. banana pursuits owned virtually 1 million acres of Honduras’ greatest land. These holdings grew by way of the 1920s to such an extent that, as LaFeber asserts, Honduran peasants ‘had no hope of access to their nation’s good soil.’
“Over a number of many years, U.S. capital additionally got here to dominate the nation’s banking and mining sectors, a course of facilitated by the weak state of Honduras’ home enterprise sector. This was coupled with direct U.S. political and army interventions to shield U.S. pursuits in 1907 and 1911.
“Such developments made Honduras’ ruling class dependent on Washington for support. A central component of this ruling class was and remains the Honduran military. By the mid-1960s it had become, in LaFeber’s words, the country’s ‘most developed political institution,” – one which Washington performed a key position in shaping.’”
The USA’ actions in Honduras have been so highly effective that many analysts referred to as the nation the “U.S.S. Honduras” and the “Pentagon Republic.” This was truly the case through the Reagan administration. Nevins continues:
“As part of its effort to overthrow the Sandinista government in neighboring Nicaragua and ‘roll back’ the region’s leftist movements, the Reagan administration “temporarily” stationed a number of hundred U.S. troopers in Honduras. Furthermore, it educated and sustained Nicaragua’s “contra” rebels on Honduran soil, whereas drastically growing army assist and arm gross sales to the nation.
“The Reagan years additionally noticed the development of quite a few joint Honduran-U.S. army bases and installations. Such strikes significantly strengthened the militarization of Honduran society. In flip, political repression rose. There was a dramatic improve within the variety of political assassinations, ‘disappearances’ and unlawful detentions.
“The Reagan administration additionally performed an enormous position in restructuring the Honduran financial system. It did so by strongly pushing for inner financial reforms, with a concentrate on exporting manufactured items. It additionally helped decontrol and destabilize the worldwide espresso commerce, upon which Honduras closely depended.
“These changes made Honduras more amenable to the interests of global capital. They disrupted traditional forms of agriculture and undermined an already weak social safety net. These decades of U.S. involvement in Honduras set the stage for Honduran emigration to the United States, which began to markedly increase in the 1990s.”
In 2009, Honduran and populist president Manuel Zelaya was overthrown in a army coup. In December of final yr, the British newspaper the Guardian predicted:
“The political turmoil will probably have far-reaching consequences, and the United States, which wields considerable influence in the country, shares some responsibility for creating the political landscape that laid the ground for the crisis.”
Zelaya, Nevins tells us, “led on progressive measures such as raising the minimum wage. He also tried to organize a plebiscite to allow for a constituent assembly to replace the country’s constitution, which had been written during a military government. However, these efforts incurred the ire of the country’s oligarchy, leading to his overthrow by the military in June 2009.”
Ever since Zelaya’s departure, the nation has been inundated with political corruption and felony actions. Nevins:
“This continues Washington’s longstanding willingness to overlook official corruption in Honduras so long as the nation’s ruling elites serve what are outlined as U.S. financial and geopolitical pursuits.
“Organized crime, drug traffickers and the nation’s police closely overlap. The frequent politically motivated killings are not often punished. In 2017, International Witness, a world nongovernmental group, discovered that Honduras was the world’s deadliest nation for environmental activists…
“Meanwhile, post-coup governments have intensified an increasingly unregulated, free market form of capitalism that makes life unworkable for many by undermining the country’s limited social safety net and greatly increasing socioeconomic inequality…These contribute to the growing pressures that push many people to migrate.”
Now Hondurans have to transfer to the nation which has successfully stifled financial progress in Honduras. It was reported final Might that there have been almost 1,200 migrants marching in the direction of the US borders. That is definitely the New World Order chickens coming residence to roost. As Dana Frank of the College of California put it 4 years in the past:
“The U.S. ought to take duty for that nightmare, and reduce its ties with gang of oligarchs operating Honduras, cease pouring funds into their police and military-including funds for police coaching…
“Yes, gangs are rampant in Honduras. But the truly dangerous gang is the Honduran government. And our own tax dollars are pouring into it while our top officials praise its virtues.”
By way of corruption, capitalism, and covert operations, the US helped the Honduran authorities to oppress the poor and weaken the financial and social material of the Honduran society. Frank continued to say:
“The Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), for example, has forced small and medium-sized producers to compete with U.S. agribusiness and other corporations. In Honduras as elsewhere, neoliberal policies enforced through the U.S.-funded International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank promote the elimination of public-sector jobs, privatization, and the reduction of social services A June 13 statement from the IMF Executive Board, for example, advocates “reducing the wage bill” of the Honduran authorities.”
So if you hear a political mush-head speak concerning the caravan of immigrants with out even addressing the truth that the US has been destabilizing Honduras for many years, then it’s an infallible signal that you’re within the presence of a helpful fool or ideologue.
-  See E. Michael Jones, The Slaughter of Cities: City Renewal as Ethnic Cleaning(South Bend: St. Augustine’s Press, 2004).
-  Quoted in Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, The Ultimate Days (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1976), 194.
-  See for instance Christina Pazzanese, “In Europe, nationalism rising,” Harvard Gazette, February 27, 2017.
-  For a scholarly research on this, see for instance Donald E Schulz, The USA, Honduras, and the Disaster in Central America (New York: Routledge, 1994), chapter 5; Philip L. Shepherd, “The Tragic Course and Consequences of U.S. Policy in Honduras,” World Coverage Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1 (Fall, 1984): 109-154; “History of US intervention in Honduras,” Guardian, November 27, 2009.
-  Dana Frank, The Lengthy Honduran Night time: Resistance, Terror, and america within the Aftermath of the Coup (New York: Haymarket, 2018), introduction.
-  Dana Frank, “Honduras: Which Side Is the US On?,” The Nation, Might 22, 2012.
-  Ibid.
-  Ibid.
-  Sarah Kinosian, “Crisis of Honduras democracy has roots in US tacit support for 2009 coup,” Guardian, December 7, 2017.
-  WHAT IS THE CARAVAN OF IMMIGRANTS HEADING TO THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER AND WHY IS TRUMP SO ANGRY ABOUT IT? “What is the Caravan of immigrants heading to the U.S.-Mexico border and why is Trump so angry about it?,” Newsweek, Might 2, 2018.
-  Dana Frank, “Who’s Chargeable for the Flight of Honduran Youngsters?, Huffington Submit, September eight, 2014.
-  Ibid.
Reprinted from Veterans Immediately
Jonas E. Alexis has levels in arithmetic and philosophy. He studied schooling on the graduate degree. His essential pursuits embrace U.S. overseas coverage, historical past of Israel/Palestine battle, and the historical past of concepts. He’s the writer of the brand new e-book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Tradition. He teaches arithmetic in South Korea.