The 14 Words

Monday, 30 June 2014


So much has happened in such a short span of time, it’s hard to keep up. We move as a society from one scandal to another so quickly these days, the last one barely had time to make a mark in the collective conscious before the next one hits.

Someone is killing this country. The video at the bottom of this article illustrates this well enough, with astounding examples from just the past few days in America. Watch it; see for yourself.

Tens of thousands of immigrants are now flooding the southern border of the United States. The mainstream media is throwing around the buzz term “humanitarian crisis” as if they get a cookie every time they say it, no doubt causing Bilderberg’s Peter Sutherland, United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) for International Migration, to lick his chops.

Sutherland not only sits on the Bilderberg Steering Committee, but he served both as the last GATT director-general and the first WTO director-general. He is an Honorary Chairman of the Trilateral Commission, a non-executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs International, and a former non-executive Chairman of BP until he resigned less than a year before the oil spill. Funny that even though he has held his current position with the U.N. regarding migration since 2006, this year in particular was the first year Bilderberg listed it (over all others, including Goldman Sachs) behind his name on the official attendee list.

In the mean time, the media continues to beg someone, somewhere…anyone (nudge nudge, wink wink) to please intervene in the burgeoning humanitarian crisis inundating our southern border. Many of the immigrants coming up through the U.S.-Mexico border are children from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. No one is really discussing how they are so easily navigating through Mexico unscathed to wind up at our border in the first place. If they were Mexican immigrants, they would just be turned around and sent back. Because they come from elsewhere, the Office of Refugee Resettlement is required to intervene, thus tripping a multi-step deportation process only designed to handle about 8,000 children, not the 90,000 that are predicted to try and cross (52,000 of which already have).

Are they coming to escape the harrowing violence in their countries? Surely the trip through Mexico, wrought with everything from vicious drug cartels to corrupt officials, isn’t exactly like taking a tram through Disneyland either. According to a report by One News Now, U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert, who recently took a Texas Department of Safety helicopter over the Rio Grande, said it wasn’t violence these children were fleeing from:

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