According to an exclusive report by WND.com, the United Nations is working toward intervening in America’s ongoing border crisis. Instead of assisting the U.S. in enforcing immigration laws already on the books, however, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHRC) is reportedly hoping to grant refugee status to the huge number of illegals streaming across the Mexican border from Central America.
An inside source revealed that UNHRC representatives met recently with leaders from 10 countries – including the U.S. – in Nicaragua to discuss the possibility.
WND reportedly received U.N. documents showing the group found these illegals qualify as refugees and therefore should be granted asylum within the U.S. This determination came, however, despite the fact that none of the Central American border-crossers belong to any recognized group victimized for their political or religious beliefs.
Ministers of the interior from the 10 nations, WND notes, relied on a declaration of rights endorsed by the United Nations three decades ago in coming to their conclusion. The meeting was reportedly influenced by the presence of SICA, a group formed in 1991 to unify Central America.
SICA was initially comprised of El Salvador, which contains its headquarters, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama. Belize joined the group last year.
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