200 minors from South America dumped in Indiana by Obama Administration

By Shepard Ambellas

About 200 unaccompanied migrant children from South America were brought into Indiana under an ongoing DoD/FEMA human trafficking operation

(Photo credit: Peter Haden/Flickr)
(Photo credit: Peter Haden/Flickr)

INDIANA (INTELLIHUB) — As of July 7, 2014, over 30,000 “unaccompanied” migrant children have been trafficked into the U.S. and handed off to “sponsors” by the Department of Defense and FEMA themselves under direct orders of the Obama Administration. In fact, the situation is so dire that makeshift camps are currently being set up in airport hangars and large empty box department stores such as unused and or abandon Wal-Mart properties.

Moreover, last Thursday, about 200 unaccompanied illegal migrant children were dropped off in Indiana causing some stir.

The Indy Star reported:

State Sen. Brent Steele, R-Bedford, criticized President Barack Obama’s immigration policies Thursday, and caused a mixup when he sent out an email to constituents claiming no “illegal aliens have been dumped in our state.”

Steele cited the office of Gov. Mike Pence as his source. Christy Denault, a spokeswoman for Pence, clarified that the federal government pledged to notify Indiana if it intends to set up a “detention center” here.

So far, no such facilities have been established in Indiana, but some children have been sent here to live with “sponsors” while they go through deportation proceedings. The sponsors often are relatives or family friends.

Now some wonder what detention centers are being set up for if the U.S. government is funding the influx. And who are the “sponsors” in this state-funded human trafficking operation hidden in plain sight.

Who are these children being delivered to?

Who is responsible for them?

Interestingly, Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández was quoted by Politico describing how we are all, Central America, Mexico and the United States, responsible as the children are purely human beings.

First, I would like to tell leaders in Washington: A Central America with violence caused by drugs, a Central America without opportunities, a Central America that doesn’t have space for economic growth at the rate the population needs, will be an enormous cost and an enormous danger to the United States. On the contrary, a Central America in peace, a Central America that is prosperous, a Central American with economic growth, a Central America where violence is controlled, is a great investment for the United States. It is a great benefit, not a cost.

Now, how to do that? That’s through shared responsibility. The United States is responsible, Central America is responsible, and Mexico is responsible. We have assumed our commitment [as in “responsibility”] and our visit today requires talking with leaders in Washington and structuring a plan dividing that responsibility. And I think that, until now, what we’ve been talking about with congressional leaders is moving on a good path. I would expect that the electoral politics that are playing right now will not affect a decision that has to do with tending to a humanitarian crisis. When we talk about the children [on the border], they are human beings. Human beings who are in a difficult situation. In that sense, I would expect that the electoral debate doesn’t affect [the response].

North American Union here we come. It looks as if the gates are open now for a reason and political deals have already been made.

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shepard bio photoShepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture. You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook. Shepard also appears on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.

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