Stunning Video Shows Global Migration Flows Into The US

As the debate over the Bush-era policy of separating migrant children from their families continues to rage despite crickets when Obama did it (aside from reports by the ACLU and University of Arizona) - perhaps it would be helpful to be able to visualize refugee migration around the world, courtesy of the Carnegie Mellon University CREATE lab. 

There are currently 68.5 million forcibly displaced people worldwide, according to the UN Refugee agency, of which 25.4 million are refugees and 3.1 million are seeking asylum. 

Focusing just on North America over the same time period, it's clear that refugee flows are far lower compared to the eastern hemisphere.. 

Using a different visualization from the CMU Create lab, the flow of refugees into Europe - particularly Greece and Italy, is stunning. 

According to the UN Refugee agency, there are 25.4 million refugees, while 57% of refugees came from South Sudan, Afghanistan and Syria.

An unprecedented 68.5 million people around the world have been forced from home. Among them are nearly 25.4 million refugees, over half of whom are under the age of 18.

There are also an estimated 10 million stateless people who have been denied a nationality and access to basic rights such as education, healthcare, employment and freedom of movement.

In a world where nearly 1 person is forcibly displaced every two seconds as a result of conflict or persecution, our work at UNHCR is more important than ever before. -UNHCR

From 2014-2017, there has been a global spike in asylum seekers amid an overall increase in displaced people.

View their latest report below:

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Buckaroo Banzai FreeShitter Wed, 06/20/2018 - 18:24 Permalink

"An unprecedented 68.5 million people around the world have been forced from home."

"Forced"??? More like "encouraged", "incented", or outright "paid" to leave their home, specifically to invade white countries. I'm looking at you, George Soros.

Everybody needs to watch the brilliant "Immigration, World Poverty and Gumballs" video. It's less than seven minutes. Watch it and share it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPjzfGChGlE

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847328_3527 Son of Loki Wed, 06/20/2018 - 19:31 Permalink

That's interesting about the unions. I read UPS workers are about ready to strike for more money and "a fair wage."

I sure hope they did not vote for a Democrat because striking for more money may be a Fool's Errand in light of their Democrats importing millions more of cheap labor across the Mexico border.

Basically, a union member who votes Democrat is voting himself out of a job.

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any_mouse TBT or not TBT Wed, 06/20/2018 - 22:09 Permalink

Two of the top three have ongoing US military activity. Both are/were prospects for weaponized pipeline routes. When Trade Wars get bloody.

Then there were the Operation Freedoms in Iraq and Libya.

The leaders of the West are no different from the leaders in the rest of the world.

Sociopaths and Psychopaths.

The citizens? We in the USA have allowed our government invade Afghanistan and stay there for 17 years and still going. Because 9/11. To protect our so called freedom. Freedom to be ruled by Corporate-State Fascist government led in turns by different puppets. Freedom to have our currency created by the issuance of Public Debt for our great grandchildren by a private corporation.

It's all the fault of Islam. Sure. Keep sucking on the gas hose.

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Giant Meteor FreeShitter Wed, 06/20/2018 - 18:59 Permalink

I have read many articles in the last twenty, thirty years, announcing the browning of America. The changing demographic, automation etc.. I recall reading many pieces regarding the "offshoring of jerbs", and I read them 40 fucking years ago.

I recall reading about aging populations, changing demographics, outsourcing, illegal immigration, information ages, service economies, health crisis, and incidentally all timed perfectly with the destruction of traditional families via massive dislocations, turning former towns, cities, municipalities, once thriving and productive enclaves, into places more resembling decaying plague infested crack dens of inequity ..

I guess that's what happens in population overshoots and when nobody is left minding the fucking store but criminals and sociopaths ..

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nmewn HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Wed, 06/20/2018 - 18:59 Permalink

When one follows anything associated with the UN they should instinctively know where its going to end up, One-Worlders, globalists.

Take this cat Filippo Grandi the head of UNHCR, a regular attendee of Davos and a standing member in the Global Future Council on the Future of the Humanitarian System. 

They don't even attempt to hide it anymore. 

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 nmewn Wed, 06/20/2018 - 19:55 Permalink

Oh no doubt about it! I remember when this started and the UNHCR cut off food payments to Syrians in Turkey. They gave some bullshit excuse. At least they were Muslims living in a majority Muslim country. Why cut off their food aid? That, in my opinion, along with Merkel's invitation, started the stampede to Europe.

It would have been so much cheaper to keep them in Turkey until they could return home. But everyone knows that did not fit the globablist narrative, to flood Europe, and the US, with useless eaters / breeders.

Future of the Humanitarian System. Give me a fucking break. They have one goal: to force everyone to be on the dole while they live in mansions and palaces.

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keep the basta… HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Wed, 06/20/2018 - 23:01 Permalink

Perhaps USA and allies not bombing Raqqa and Mosul killing civilians and turning homes and cities to rubble would help. Likewise not funding mercenaries and white helmuts to chemical attack men women and children for video publication and to amputate limbs for minor injuries would make a difference. Perhaps not dropping white phosphorus would help too.  More than 24,000bombs dropped by trump this year I read. 

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Footprint Juggernaut x2 Wed, 06/20/2018 - 18:35 Permalink

Quite a few friends of mine are up there in Canada//some others in Australia. They come visit in january-february//july-august. They say the rest of the year is quite bearable-nice. Work situation 6X // 10X better than here in Mex.

Others went to England and Germany. I hear some noise from the English emigrés about being kind of miserable over there.

A decade ago another batch of friends went to Chicago. They are doing fine living behind high walls.

To sum up: more people i know are outside than inside Mex.

I'll stay behind to Chronicle the decay and fall of the Narco-Aztec Empire.

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Quantify Giant Meteor Wed, 06/20/2018 - 18:19 Permalink

All immigration should come to a halt. Overpopulation is the worlds number one issue. Until those countries that continue to grow their populations are forced to deal with their own population problems they will continue to breed irresponsibly. Clearly, assertions that the Earth might be able to support a population of 10, or even 15 billion people for an indefinite period of time at a standard of living superior to the present are not only cruelly misleading but almost certainly false. Notwithstanding our current addiction to continued and uninterrupted economic growth, humanity must recognize that there are finite physical, biological, and ecological limits to the Earth's long-term sustainable carrying capacity. And to judge by the growing concerns about maintaining the quality, stability, and/or sustainability of the Earth's atmosphere, water, forests, croplands, fisheries, and so on, there is little if any doubt that many of these limits will soon be reached, if they haven't already been surpassed. Since at some point the damage stemming from the mutually reinforcing effects of excessive human reproduction and over-consumption of resources could well become irreversible.

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Giant Meteor Quantify Wed, 06/20/2018 - 18:35 Permalink

Well a good case could be made within the present paradigm, humans ARE the parasite. Why just the other night I was reviewing the Georgia Guidestones. I'm tellin ya, if folks don't start getting their shit together, there's gonna be trouble.

What I sense. and see, and yes, via deduction of fact as well as anecdotal observations, the human race, it's various systems, are massively failing. Not just failing in all the little ways (which is true) but in all ways big and small.

Why I don't believe we've witnessed this level of hubris since you know, the unsinkable Titanic .. and before you fucks start chimin in about that, I really don't give a shit if it was the Olympic ..

The point is, sooner or later, in all things, there is a price to be paid.

As was told to Giant Meteor many moons ago, as was passed on to him from wise old sage, which was passed on to him from another .. "There may come a time when there will not be enough sane remaining, to take care of the insane."

My belief is, and I will leave to other's to imagine the delivery system, it is going to take a massive event, a catastrophic event of biblical proportions , as opposed to say, the many smaller, yet equally devastating events that even now, build momentum ..

Think of all these signs as tremors, heralding the ultimate event, yet to come.

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Quantify Giant Meteor Wed, 06/20/2018 - 18:58 Permalink

Humans aren't a parasite. They are just an advanced ape that has become to successful at procreating and extending their lives. Using technology and medicine to do it. But you are correct, we will have a population decrease one way or another. Either humans kill each other off, or nature does it, or lastly we last long enough to deplete all the resources we need to survive. 

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any_mouse Quantify Wed, 06/20/2018 - 22:58 Permalink

Humans are parasites of the Earth. We suck resources from the Earth. Inject poisons into the Earth to force up resources. We voraciously consume beyond our basic needs. We excrete toxic wastes extracting resources. We excrete more waste converting resources to energy and consumer goods. We poison the Earth with glyco-phosphates to grow crops from unnatural seeds for foods that make us sick.

We are autonomous, hive minded, parasitic tumors that believe the Earth and the Universe was created for us to use as we see fit.

I hope we never get off this planet and that we die off, leaving the Earth in peace.

"What a Wonderful World. Oh yeah!"

I am not an Earth Firster, or a tree hugger, or an animal rights activist. Just tired of the sociopaths and psychopaths running the show. Tens of thousands of years and we have usury, slavery, and war. Empires Rise and Empires Fall. Repeat.

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Quantify Wed, 06/20/2018 - 18:55 Permalink

Oh look a Malthusian!

So who do you recommend killing, first? You know, to save the planet? Yourself? Your parents? Are you sterilized? Which country do you think should enforce mass sterilization and enforce strict reproduction laws so that only the healthy, financially capable, and responsible have children?

I love when you ecofreaks start blathering about overpopulation after having your mind ruined with Malthusian propaganda. Start by offing yourself, first.

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Quantify Wed, 06/20/2018 - 20:05 Permalink

Yes, on one hand you say stop immigration and then go on to claim the world is overpopulated but offer no solution for that, problem.

I see what you did. Of course whites are not breeding like dogs. Unlike Africa. But why don't you bring up the breeding rate of those people? It isn't overpopulation that is the problem. The problem is what to do with people that have no skills, are low IQ, and have nothing to offer the first world. Transporting third world low IQ people to the first world is not a solution. Unless your goal is war.

Oh and anyone that starts spouting off about sustainability and population is an ecofreak, whether you admit it or not.

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