Insider Accuses UN Of Causing US-Mexico Border Disaster

Oriel Ortega, a former Panama border commander, asserts that the United Nations is responsible for the turmoil and invasion happening at the border between the United States and Mexico. The Biden administration is responsible for spending $451 billion a year on assistance for illegal aliens and asylum seekers.

Investigative journalist Laura Loomer met with Oriel Ortega this week in Panama.

On February 20th, Loomer published a post on X stating that she had conducted an interview with Oriel Ortega, who had previously served as the Director of Border Patrol in Panama.   Ortega is now acting as a national security adviser to the President of Panama.   Loomer explained that Ortega met with Alejandro Mayorkas, the Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security and that she intended to question him directly about the infiltration into the US and who was accountable for it.

According to records, a staggering half a million people crossed the Darien Gap, a narrow passageway between Colombia and Panama, in 2023. The lack of visa requirements in South and Central American nations like Suriname and Ecuador has attracted migrants from all over the globe. From there, they begin their trip. U.S. soil will be their last stop.

The impact of NGOs on mass migration has been magnified, as Ortega acknowledged.  He remarked that they are contributing to the issue rather than solving it. The real danger to the country comes from organized crime and these foreign groups, not from the migrants per se.

In response to migrant concerns, Ortega said he didn’t know where the monies were going regarding non-governmental organizations (NGOs). The money is alleged to assist the migrants.  According to Ortega, NGOs should focus on aiding and teaching migrants in their home countries rather than Panama.

A theory put out by Kelly Greenhill in her book Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement, Coercion, and Foreign Policy is that weaker nations are trying to undermine their stronger rivals by manipulating migration patterns.  As a specialist in unconventional warfare, Joseph Humire, the Center for a Secure Free Society director, believes that’s the current situation at the southern border.