by Frank Bergman
February 25, 2024
from SlayNews Website

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Oriel Ortega


A top official in Panama's government has warned the American people that the "invasion" of military-aged foreign nationals at the U.S. Southern Border has been "engineered" by the United Nations (UN).

Oriel Ortega, who currently serves as a security and defense consultant to Panamanian President Laurentino Cortizo, is the former director of Panama's border patrol.

In a bombshell new interview, Ortega has blown the whistle to allege that the border crisis is part of the UN's "strategically engineered" plans,

to promote global mass migration, open borders, and globalism...

Ortega explained the agenda during a February 22 interview with The Epoch Times.


While serving with his nation's border patrol, Ortega said that he saw a jump in migration in 2016, at the same time that more nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) moved into Panama.


That increase corresponded with the U.N.'s Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration meeting in 2016.

Two years later, 152 nations - including Panama - voted in favor of the compact to manage global migration.


The United States voted against it...

But under the U.N., the migration process has been anything but orderly, Ortega said.

"It's completely opposite right now," he said through an interpreter.

Documents show that in 2023, a record 500,000 migrants traveled through the dense jungle known as the Darien Gap from Colombia into Panama.


Migrants from around the world are flying into South and Central America to start their journey because countries such as Suriname and Ecuador don't require a visa to enter.


Their final destination is the United States...


The book "Weapons of Mass Migration - Forced Displacement, Coercion, and Foreign Policy," written by Kelly Greenhill, suggests that weaker countries are using migration to destabilize their more powerful adversaries.


Joseph Humire is the executive director of the Center for a Secure Free Society and an expert on unconventional warfare.


He told The Epoch Times that he believes that's what Americans are seeing at the U.S. southern border now.

"This isn't a conspiracy theory," he said; the "invasion" at the U.S. southern border is "strategic engineered migration."

Ortega agreed that the NGOs have "exacerbated" mass migration problems.

"Instead of helping, they're being part of the problem," he said.


"It's not the migrants themselves that are creating a national threat; it is the organized crime, and it is these international organizations."

At the Lajas Blancas camp in Panama, migrants have access to a number of large maps provided by NGOs that display detailed migration routes heading to the United States.


One map is from HIAS, an NGO founded as the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, which recently received $11 million from the United States in two grants awarded to Latin American migrants.


The HIAS map shows the migration route from Colombia to Costa Rica, including detailed bus stops, temperatures, altitudes, and "migration kiosk" locations.


The Epoch Times visited all four migrant camps in the Darien Gap this week, speaking with migrants from,

China, Somalia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia and others,

...who hiked out of the treacherous jungle leading from Colombia into Panama.





Many suffered from infections and injuries such as trench foot and broken limbs.


Several complained that the water was untreated at the camps and that they lacked basic items such as diapers.


Migrants also told The Epoch Times that the NGO staff, several of which are funded by U.S. taxpayer money, only visited the camps for several hours each day.

"I do not know where the funds are going," Ortega said of the NGOs when told about complaints from migrants.


"The funds are supposed to be there to help the migrants."

The only NGO workers spotted during the weekend of Feb. 17-18 were with the Red Cross, which was building a temporary structure for their workers, and Doctors Without Borders, whose medics were speaking with migrants.


The NGOs should be educating and helping migrants in their own countries, not Panama, Ortega said.

Instead of curtailing mass migration, they are facilitating it, he said.

While the U.N. has aided migrants for decades, the scope of its operation has dramatically expanded.

As a result, the number of illegal immigrants entering the United States has been surging.

Nearly $1.3 billion of U.S. taxpayer money was given to the unelected U.N. and other agencies assisting migrants in 2023, according to a government spending database.


Ortega noted that the UN's mass migration agenda has already caused problems in many countries, including the United States.

"As we have seen in New York, bad people are arriving in New York," he said.


"And they are causing a lot of damage and a lot of disturbances to the government of the United States of America."