Culprits Hidden in Plain Sight
Chronicles from Inside the Mind of an Average Texas Mom who bothered to care about the sovereignty of Texas. Warning this piece is riddled with random personal thoughts that may trigger some readers.
The picture above is a photo I took during one of my trips to El Paso. The photo was taken in the El Paso International Airport. The woman in the photo was one of three individuals helping the large group of illegal aliens, mostly Haitians, get through the airport process and onto the planes to be further dispersed throughout the interior of the United States.
The reason this photo is important is because it highlights the grander more ominous operations most Texans and Americans are not aware of currently underway, an operation funded using American taxpayer dollars, to help bring the United States to it’s crippled knees.
In just one photo, this woman displays acronyms representing three different internationally connected non-governmental organizations (NGOs); the UNHCR (The UN Refugee Agency), Border Servant Corps (BSC), and CECI.
What is the purpose of these organizations? Let’s look at the mission statements directly from their websites. According to the website, the mission statement of the UNHCR is below;
An important note: the United States is the main funder of the United Nations.
As part of their listed values, the Border Servant Corps states in their Commitment to Inclusion & Non-Discrimination states, as part of their Reconciling in Christ that,
“Border Servant Corps is a ministry of Peace Lutheran Church, a Reconciling in Christ organization. Our commitments are (language used from Reconciling in Christ materials):
Vision – To keep expanding the welcome, liberating those who are forced to live in the margins. To keep dismantling barriers and building bridges.
Mission – To advocate for the acceptance, full participation, and liberation of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions within the Lutheran Church.
Values – We believe that God values and embraces each person as a beloved child, that the Spirit gives a diversity of gifts for the common good, and that Jesus Christ calls us to work for justice.”
The mission statement of the Border Servant Corps is below:
Part of CECI’s mission statement, “The mission of CECI is to combat poverty, exclusion and inequality. To this end, CECI builds the development capacities of disadvantaged communities. We support gender equality, violence reduction, food security, resilience and adaptation to climate change. We mobilize resources and promote knowledge sharing.
CECI strives for innovation and efficiency. We work on sustainable development strategies by collaborating with strategic partners to carry out programs and projects. Through all of our interventions, our relations with our partners in the South are becoming more egalitarian. Strengthening democratic governance and protecting the environment are systematically incorporated into all of CECI’s programming.”
So much information on a singular person in one spot of El Paso, TX. So what does all of this mean…? Allow me to continue.
The Public Health and Welfare policy, known as Title 42, was lifted at 11:59 p.m. on May 11th.
Due to the outright disregard for immigration codes and laws, Title 42, not an immigration policy, was the only tool selectively being utilized by the Biden administration to temporarily give a false perception that the nation’s sovereign border was not completely surrendered.
At midnight on March 12th, while at the hotel in Fredericksburg, I sat outside watching as families with older teens joyfully wind down their evening of celebration in the resort-style outdoor pool. Surely the adults had thoughts of the nation they likely grew up in slipping away from their children’s futures as every second passed by as I do… right?
This is a question I have pondered increasingly more and more often over the last few years.
“We will not process or detain ourselves out of this surge. Policy is the only thing that will be able to correct and address the surge we are facing now.” Office of the Inspector General
With more than 5 million known apprehensions from just FY 2021 to current, in addition to the unknown number of got aways (according to every honest customs and border patrol agent (CBP) and the Office of the Inspector General, an unknown number of got aways, likely in the multi-million number range), the vast negative impacts of intentional anti-border security policies will be impossible to quantify.
Unfortunately, the truth is, most Americans have no idea of the open assault on the United States facilitated by the federal government and funded by taxpayer dollars. There is no amount of 5-minute reports on selective mainstream media that would ever be capable of detailing the travesty continuing to unfold.
An irreversible scope of debilitating damage purposely inflicted on the once great nation, a silent infiltration, imposed on the country as a singular factor in combination with many other currently deployed coordinated tactics continuously underway (in the school system, election issues, bought off rogue DAs to name a few) working in collaboration towards one goal: the ultimate, inevitable collapse of the United States and Western society.
“Southwest Border Are Negatively Impacting CBP and ICE Employees' Health ... Therefore, the actual number of “gotaway” migrants is unknown.” Office of the Inspector General
I often listen to Twitter spaces while going throughout my day and participate in a select few. Admittedly, while listening into most spaces, I struggle to find myself learning something new or anything of use (apart from spaces hosted by Project for Immigration Reform and a small number of others). However, the spaces do give a glimpse into common circulating talking points.
In the days leading up to the lifting of Title 42, the southern border quickly became a hot topic of discussion. I was reminded of how far behind (in what I thought should be common knowledge), most of the participants in these spaces were. A frightening reminder of just how much propaganda from all sides of the politically fueled mainstream and social media has devastated the desire to search for raw facts.
Most people, with even the slightest understanding of the magnitude of the crisis, still believe we can simply vote our way out of this coordinated assault. An utterly false hope that a singular person thousands of miles away from most American citizens could somehow reverse the damage done. As if bringing back a form of Operation Wetback (a brief policy of mass deportation, of which a good number were legal migrants; and yes, that was the actual name of the temporary policy) would ever make a dent in the millions upon millions already absorbed across the continental U.S., lest we even begin to discuss whether any one person (meaning whoever the next president is) would have the fortitude to ACTUALLY enact even the smallest amount of forced large scale deportations in the current political landscape.
Every media outlet and social media influencer does the American public a disservice by not taking deep dives into how this unprecedented orchestrated worldwide migration shifts impact every corner of every aspect of one's community, from drugs, gangs, terrorist threats, impact on schools, education, healthcare, economy, crime, food supply, housing, rapidly denigrating societal norms and dissolving American culture, to name just a few. There is not one area that is left untouched.
Consequently, most Americans will continue to view the border crisis as a far-removed issue from their personal lives.
The few recycled hits of mostly biased information focus on what most Americans naturally see as an inconvenient and sad, yet far, distant problem, that is quickly disregarded and forgotten. As a result, the issue's core is still considered as a federal-level failure at best, or without a second consideration for most apathetic or disengaged (most of the population) Americans at worst instead of the global effort it truly is.
While not necessarily incorrect, the issue's main facilitators are far more nefarious and profound, easily hidden beneath rhetoric ladened sound bites.
Almost two years ago, I heard Oscar El Blue and Anthony Agüero discussing the Global Compact for Migration. A United Nations-driven international agreement, first publicly divulged in 2013, with the following goals:
Address all aspects of international migration, including the humanitarian, developmental, human rights-related and other aspects;
Make an important contribution to global governance and enhance coordination on international migration;
Present a framework for comprehensive international cooperation on migrants and human mobility;
Set out a range of actionable commitments, means of implementation and a framework for follow-up and review among Member States regarding international migration in all its dimensions;
Be guided by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Emphasis added) and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda; and
Be informed by the Declaration of the 2013 High-Level Dialogue on International Migration and Development.
An international agreement that the U.S. Department of State quickly adopted and was one of the first Executive Orders (EO) the Biden Administration couldn't sign fast enough after assuming office. As I have publicly and privately stated numerous times, this is far more than just a border crisis. This is one of the many intentionally inflicted tools to bring the U.S. to its knees and fast-track this country into a communistic, godless occupied land, thereby ensuring a hostile worldwide takeover by whatever globalist bad actors claim victory.
America insiders are far too busy fighting itself, just as the powers that be intended; While most remain oblivious or have become all too apathetic, many Americans still believe this is a "federal issue," a critical point continues to be missed.
Even with those in Texas clinging to the constitutional invasion clause to stop an invasion facilitated by criminal cartel organizations, the main perpetrators are too quickly glanced over. The Sovereign States are not just up against the far-reaching negative impacts due to the federal government's failures.
Instead, we are combatting global forces with empty Humvees, a few miles of non-continuous C-Wire, temporary fencing, and agents far more concerned about individuals from media outlets filming the movement of illegal aliens than federal laws being broken.
Put another way; Texas is at the forefront of a global takeover, highlighting and blaming only President Biden instead of addressing the Masters of the puppet, the United Nations, World Economic Forum and other international partners in crime.
As such, I would say that formerly invoking the constitutional Invasion Clause is not nearly enough. Texas and any other State willing to take a stand must explicitly state to the world and to the UN that Texas refuses to willfully participate in the GCM and stands in stark opposition to the current administration supporting such initiatives, which are causing irrevocable harm to our citizens, communities, and State.
A statement even the GCM recognizes sovereign states have an inherent right to declare:
It may not seem like much, but such a statement would help to compel the recognition to the general public of the gravity of the threat against our State and our country.
Thankfully, after years of mostly futile reactionary tactics, Governor Abbott and Texas forces have illustrated that a state CAN, in fact, successfully stand against this massive influx. Even for just a moment in a single spot, the stand is unprecedented and significant.
Governor Abbott, if this were ever to make it to your eyes (wishful thinking I know), please consider making not just an official invocation of ArtI.S10.C3, and the authority within the Texas Constitution, but I am proposing an additional official statement that the Sovereign State of Texas does NOT recognize ANY international agreements which are detrimental to Texas and our citizens; Therefore, Texas does NOT acknowledge or agree to the Global Compact of Migration.
Texas and its citizens are not solely up against the blatant assault allowed by the current administration but against the desires and actions of global powers. Past time our elected state officials begin acting like it. But then again, what do I know. I’m just an overcaffeinated homeschooling Texas mom, who is most certainly a “conspiracy theorist” that has the audacity to give a damn and cite my sources along the way…
Illegal Immigration explained in 2 min:
Let see now:
5 million new illegals going to need transportation.
Let's say that means 2.5 million cars @ $10,000 each
That is $ 25 Billion added to the economy
Let say 2.5 million new workers getting paid at average of @ $15,000/year - All of which they will spend.
That is $37 Billion added to the economy.
Of that 2.5 million new workers, the businesses that hire them will profit off their labor by about another $37 billion and the 401's will increase.
Sounds like a pretty good profit making scheme to import masses of people so as to keep the financial house of cards that is America afloat.
And just think - The above is for only those who were imported under this administration. A true estimate of the number of illegal aliens in the country is about 20-30 million - 4-6 times this inflow. 4 x (25=37) = $248 billion/year.
Consider that FAIR estimates the cost of Illegal Immigration at $150 billion/year, this leaves a profit for America of 248-150 = $98 billion/year at the low end, to $222 billion/year at the high end.
Sure we have the destruction of the nation, but still, a pretty good return on investment, eh?