The Collapse is Underway


Is it coincidence or contagion, this malady that seems to have suddenly induced paralysis in the leading nations of the West?

With lawyer-fixer Michael Cohen’s confession that he colluded with Donald Trump in making hush money payoffs to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal, America’s stage is set for a play that will run two years.



An Open Letter from Ten Generals


A group of French military generals have written an open letter to Emmanuel Macron accusing the French President of committing “treason” by signing the UN migration pact.

The pact, which was signed by 164 nations on Monday, including France, is not legally binding but greases the skids for unlimited migration to be treated as a human right.


France is No Longer, France


SCOTUS Declines Border-Wall Challenge


The U.S. Supreme Court declined to take up a challenge to President Donald Trump’s border wall Monday, which asserted that the administration violated the Constitution when it exempted border barrier projects from environmental regulations.
The plaintiffs warn of adverse effects to local ecosystems should the administration raise a wall along the border with Mexico.





DHS Chief: Send Civilian Police to Border


DHS secretary, Kirstjen Nielsen, has asked other federal departments to send civilian police to the border in order to deal with migrant caravans making their way to the U.S.

The request highlights the continuing crisis over a number of caravans that have originated in Central America and are making their way through Mexico to the U.S. border.




The Brains Behind the Caravan


Juan Jose Gomez Camacho, Mexico’s ambassador to the United Nations, is the brains behind the current situation at the U.S. border with Mexico.

Camacho drafted the U.N.’s Global Compact for Migration. The objective of this compact is to dissolve national borders, thereby supporting and advocating mass migrations like the one we’re witnessing from central America toward the United States. With today’s swearing-in of Mexico’s new president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a rabid socialist, we can expect the tension at our southern border to escalate.

Alex Backman, of Conciencia Radio, reported just hours ago, that Mexico’s federal government has officially stopped all financial aid to the city of Tijuana. Unprepared financially to handle the influx of upwards of 10 thousand central Americans now camped-out in migrant camps across Tijuana, with thousands more on the way and with Mexico’s federal government pulling funding, the situation is rapidly becoming a crisis that threatens to spill-over the border into the United States. And this, according to Backman’s sources, is precisely what Camacho, Mexico’s ambassador to the U.N., Pueblo sin Fronteras, George Soros and the new administration of Lopez Obrador want.

Open It Up or We’ll Shut It Down! Everyone Must Be Let In to the U.S.!

Backman also shared an extremely disturbing flyer that is being circulated in the migrant camps in Tijuana. It’s from the socialists at By Any Means Necessary dot com. They were behind the Berkeley uprisings last year. I can’t show the lower portion of the flyer because that would jeopardize my channel. I’ll link to it in the production notes. The most disturbing declaration on this flyer, is the following: Trump must go or be removed by any means necessary.

Backman goes on to report that today, December 1, 2018, the caravan organizers are planning to instigate an 8000 migrant-strong protest toward the border crossing area in Tijuana. I imagine their ultimate goal is to incite another border surge. With the federal government pulling financial aid, in my opinion to facilitate exactly what Backman warns is about to occur, the situation at our southern border is becoming increasingly dangerous.

Get the word out and share this with your circle of influence.



Caravan Chicks Announce Diet Protest


A group of migrant women in the caravan camped-out in Tijuana announced Thursday that it would begin a hunger strike to protest the slow pace at which the women are being allowed to apply for asylum, as officials from the United States and Mexico are set to meet this weekend to negotiate a plan to process their claims.