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Illegals given loaded debit cards from the UNHCR, EU

Illegal migrants are financially supported by the UNHCR and the EU, in cooperation with MasterCard and George Soros a Slovenian news site revealed.

Published: November 5, 2018, 9:27 am

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    According to Nova24, prepaid debit cards are being handed out to the migrants, showing both EU and UNHCR logos.

    No identity documents are required to obtain or use the cards, and instead of the name of the cardholder, “UNHCR” and a number is printed on the card.

    The information was obtained from a source within the Croatian police, which also revealed that the migrants are given high-quality boots, hiking clothes, smartphones and in some cases weapons.

    MasterCard announced in 2016 that such prepaid debit cards were issued to “give refugees mobility, flexibility and dignity”. Programmes for direct cash-aid to migrants reached a record $430m in 2016 already.

    In a press release last year, MasterCard announced their cooperation with Soros to “catalyse and accelerate economic and social development for vulnerable groups in the world, especially refugees and migrants”. The migrants are able to withdraw cash from ATMs on their trek through Eastern Europe.

    The Hungarian government has meanwhile warned that 70 000 more migrants are heading for western Europe financed by US billionaire Soros.

    The masses of migrants on the Balkan route to Europe as well as the thousands of Central American migrants en route to the United States via the “Soros Express” are a “dress rehearsal” for pro-migration forces, the spokesman for the parliamentary group of the governing Fidesz-KDNP alliance warned.

    Lajos Kosa, head of parliament’s defence and law enforcement committee, said that at present about 70 000 migrants are heading for western Europe are waiting along the Balkan route. In one day alone, Hungarian police caught 23 illegals.

    Police helicopters are patrolling the Serbian border twice a day and electronic devices are monitoring any “organised movement” on the other side of the border, he said, speaking to Kossuth Radio.

    State secretary of defence Szilard Nemeth said that 1 200 soldiers are on stand-by, ready to be deployed along the border within 24 hours, and another 1 100 within 72 hours.

    The Soros network is trying to make migration legal and automatic, while getting nation states to give up their sovereign right to protect their own borders, Hungarian deputy Istvan Hollik told a recent press conference.

    By creating conflict, just as they did when migrants rioted in Roszke, on Hungary’s border with Serbia, in 2015, then get the US authorities to surrender their right to protect the border, he explained.

    The Soros network wants to get migration accepted as a fundamental human right, Hollik said, turning Europe into a continent of migrants.

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