Civil Rights lawyer Mario B Williams out of Georgia is one of the four lawyers who have filed a class action against the Trump administration on behalf of a group of the Caravan attendees claiming, “President Trump continues to abuse the law, including constitutional rights, to deter Central Americans from exercising their lawful right to seek asylum in the United States.” The lawsuit apparently also refers to Trump as ‘our president’. An oddity since they aren’t citizens…
Mario Williams has been billed as the legal advocate of last resort when your case is so flimsy no one else will take it. April of 2018, he was headlined in The Seattle Medium for his intent to initiate a $20 million “legal campaign to investigate and uncover the ties of political and business leaders to White supremacist groups. He wants to dig up their secret rivers of money and shame them into cutting off the extremists.”
The money for the campaign is coming from a company called, Libre By Nexus. Launched by 2 ex-cons in 2013, Michael Donovan and Richard Moore, the firm guarantees bail for immigrants to win their release from detention.
Libre is a for-profit company that has annual revenues topping $30 million and over 6500 clients. Their fees include a $14 per day ankle bracelet that clients must wear until their court date which is typically 3-4 years in the future. That tallies to $33,215,000. The daily cost to Libre for the bracelet is $3. They are currently the subject of a lawsuit claiming the bracelets frequently don’t even work, and their niche is ‘predatory’.
With upwards of 14,000 scheduled to arrive sometime around November 25th, detainees will likely be referred to Libre via Mario Williams. Libre could thus easily double their current revenues if they added just another 6500 to their coffers of ankle bracelets.
Follow The Money.
The name of Mario Williams firm is, ‘Nexus Derechos Humanos’. It lists as its parent and funding company – Nexus Services Inc., the same parent company of Libre By Nexus. The lawsuit filed against the Trump administration is funded by Nexus Services, Inc whose founders are Michael Donovan and Richard Moore. They do not want their pool of caravans to be squelched and thus deprive them of an ongoing revenue stream.
Located in Verona, Virginia, they operate a number of subsidiary companies within their particular brand including a charity called Nexus Caridades. Their business plan continues to expand and they have moved into real estate offering rental housing for immigrants – at a price.
While CEO Donovan continually claims that they are not in this for the money, they are doing this simply from their hearts… the fact remains it is a highly profitable venture – they never attempted to sustain a charitable organization. They are capitalistic capitalizing on a deficiency caused by caravans of illegal immigrants demanding free reign in the US.
And so, the question keeps returning, who is behind the funding of these caravans?
Certainly, Flores of Pueblo Sin Frontera is named continuously, but an even grander ulterior motive is levied by Hope Border Institute. Comprised of various Monsignors and Deacons of the Catholic church, University of Texas, New Mexico State University, and others, their website claims that many Catholic migrant shelters in Mexico are core in the creation of the caravans “within the framework of symbolic reenactments during Easter season of the Stations of the Cross (Via Crucis), or Christmas-time posadas (the novena commemorating the pilgrimage in search of shelter of Jesus’ migrant family).”
Catholic Deacons can not act without the approval and sanction of Pope Francis.
In addition they provide a list of those who are initiating ‘direct organization’ in each country: “…in Honduras by COFAMIPRO (Comité de Familiares de Migrantes de El Progreso) and in El Salvador by COFAMIDE (Comité de Familiares de Migrantes Fallecidos y Desaparecidos del Salvador); another similar organization in Honduras is the Comité de Familiares de Migrantes Desaparecidos del Centro de Honduras (COFAMICENH).”
All of this is at the core of US aid which is channeled to Mexico for the so-called “Southern Border Plan” as part of the Mérida Initiative. Originally developed to thwart the trafficking of drugs and money laundering, the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations diverted funding to help drug treatment, instead of drug flow – thereby allowing the influx of drugs and trafficking while creating a burgeoning ‘treatment program’. Another capitalist idea shadowed in a social program! Follow The Money!
Hope Border Institute claims that US regime coups have been instrumental in causing the collapse of countries as corruption is cultivated and chaos then reigns. One such coup was promulgated in 2009 by the Obama administration on Honduras wherein a fraudulent election was aided by US government agencies to insert Porfirio Lobo Sosa of the National Party. He has since been indicted for helping to protect drug organizations, corruption, redirecting funds, etc…
They go on to claim that these caravans are a “messianic moment reflected in the emergence of a powerful new transnational migrant rights movement, that is undermining long held orthodoxies regarding the imperatives of state sovereignty within the context of migration policy and human rights. All of this also lays the basis for fully incorporating migrants as collective subjects as to the mass human rights crimes which have been committed against them with convergent responsibility on the part of the US and Mexico, within the framework of Mexico’s incipient transitional justice process, and of a convergent process on both sides of the border.”
In other words, the US and Mexico are fully responsible for the human rights violations of Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala, and thus the US must now pay for these violations by chaos and violence if necessary and by accepting the flow unconditionally which now averages 450,000 annually.
Honduras’ COFAMIPRO, and El Salvador COFAMIDE are backed by The Red Cross. The International Committee of the Red Cross has embarked on what they term a “Movement” in the publication of the Red Cross Red Crescent Magazine. Their front page issue on the website highlights: Beyond Borders; Building Trust and Protecting Migrants…”
So you wanted to know who is behind the caravans…
Want to know why Pope Francis keeps pushing for the US to be open arms and open borders?
They are likely – a major funding source…
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