- 15% of the world’s adults would like to migrate if they could
33% of adults in Central American countries would like to migrate
16% in Central America would like to move to the U.S.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The several thousand Central American asylum seekers and migrants who are slowly making their way toward the U.S. border may be unusual because of the size of their group, but their desire to come to the U.S. is not.
They actually represent a relatively small fragment of a much larger group of people in their own region — and around the world — who say they would like to move to the U.S. if they could.
In Gallup’s most recent global estimate, between 2015 and 2017, 15% of the world’s adults — more than 750 million people — said they would like to move to another country permanently if they could. In Central America, this percentage is one in three (33%), or about 10 million adults.
Three percent of the world’s adults — or nearly 160 million people — say they would like to move to the U.S. This includes 16% of adults from Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama and Costa Rica, which translates into nearly 5 million people.
Desire to Migrate, With U.S. as a Desired Destination
Among adults aged 15 and older
Desire to migrate Would like to move to U.S.
% of adults
% of adults
World 15 3
Central America* 33 16
*Includes Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama
GALLUP WORLD POLL, BASED ON AGGREGATED DATA FROM SURVEYS CONDUCTED 2015-2017
But unlike the caravan of Central American migrants who are currently on the move, most people who desire to migrate will never try to make their way to the U.S. Desire remains only that.
Gallup typically finds that the percentage of those who have plans to move is substantially lower than the percentage who would like to move, and even fewer are actively making preparations to do so.
Central America is no different in this regard. For example, in Honduras, whose residents make up a large percentage of the migrant caravan, about half of adults (47%) say they would like to move to another country permanently if they could, but about 9% are planning to move in the next year — and 2% are actively preparing to do so.
The caravan of asylum seekers and migrants is currently weighing whether it will remain in Mexico or push on to the U.S. Those who decide to push on speaks to the risks migrants are willing to take — and also the strong draw that the U.S. continues to be for millions.
For the past decade, Gallup’s global studies have shown that the U.S., more so than any other country, has been the top desired destination for people who say they would like to move. Central Americans are no exception. People in this region who would like to move — if they could — say they would like to move to the U.S. more than any other place in the world.
However, this desire to move to the U.S. started to show signs of waning in Central America in 2017, and it seems to have persisted in a number of countries so far in 2018. This could possibly reflect changes in the climate toward migrants in the U.S. under the Trump administration — but it is still too early to tell, and Gallup will continue to monitor it.
David Hodges wrote this article from a day ago…
How the Immigration Invasion Will Inevitably Lead to a Civil War
Does anyone think that it is very strange that the UN is taking over the training for the newly formed Mexican National Guard (1) which is replacing the Mexican government’s Federales?
In an April 9, 2019 Washington Post story, the WAPO thinks that is endeavor is perfectly fine with the ultimate intention to flood the United States with crippling blow with a number of incoming immigrants to be so great, that America will never recover.
The United Nations claims that it is taking over “human rights” training for a domestic military force. This is double talk to cover the fact that the UN is taking over Mexican law enforcement. And why would the United Nations be interested in taking over Mexican law enforcement? I can give 160 million reasons on why the UN is taking over this so-called “training” role because the UN has set the number of illegal immigrants designed to enter the United States in the next 2 years at 160 million newly invited guests for dinner.
The United States is being invaded by hordes of immigrants. the resulting social chaos will result in a civil war because resource demand will far exceed the ability of the country to meet these needs. This is a deliberate invasion and of we do not stop it now, we will descend into a mad max scenario.
Armed Federal Agents Fear the Hordes of Starving and Broke Immigrants
The cost of this type of immigration is incalculable. However, there are some generalities that will illustrate the developing crisis.
- Recently, according to a DHS source, ICE just delivered 2,000 illegal immigrants to a local church in Del Rio, TX.
- The immigrants were not provided with food or money. What did they think was going to happen under these conditions?
- The crime rate has spiked to such a level in Del Rio that the Federal government is telling its employees to not eat out or gas their vehicles in Del Rio because of the danger..
- Please remember that this Del Rio warning was directed at ARMED federal personnel.
Because of the threat of mild economic sanctions, from the Trump administration, for admitting Central refugees enroute to America, the Mexicans have been offering token and weak resistance to the waves of immigrants heading our way?
The fear is so great among Federal agents, that the DHS agents dispatched to the border have just been issued “25,000 extra rounds of 5.56 ammunition.
The Incalculable Economic Impact
What about the rest of the citizens who are not trained or armed? Multiply this threat times millions across the country and imagine the social chaos. The cost in food stamps alone, is incalculable. One can be certain that the Democrats will be pressing for social security benefits. This will take down that system. What about the fact that hospital emergency rooms MUST treat all illegal immigrants regardless of their ability to pay in the absence of possessing any medical insurance.
What about the increased cost of law enforcement. Where are we going to find enough teachers? What about the impact on school budgets. And nobody, I mean nobody is talking about the cost to our already crumbling infrastructure. Where are we going to find the workers, much less the funds, to maintain this failing system as traffic could increase as much 50% in the next several years. What will happen to the crime rate? Simply look at Del Rio, TX. to answer that question. Cities like Phoenix are terribly short of uniformed officers. In Phoenix, they are short 500 officers. With this influx of immigrants, where are the cops going to come from. With the lowering of standards that are surely to come, what will that do the quality of police officers on the street?
Isn’t it ironic that we are admitting illegal immigrants who have never had one vaccine. Yet, Colorado just joined the growing number of states that are requiring mandatory vaccinations without any exemptions. What is really going on here. However, the biggest threat to America’s safety and welfare does not come from people who are no vaccinated. The real threat comes from immigrants who are unscreened for serious illnesses such as ebola.
The United States is in the beginning of a full-fledged medical assault (2) which could spread like wildfire and paralyze this country’s medical resources while potentially killing millions.
A public health official in Laredo, Texas, said 20 Congolese migrants are being monitored for Ebola in shelters in his city and across the Mexican border in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas.
Shortly after his announcement during a Laredo City Council meeting, the World Health Organization (WHO) considered declaring a global emergency in response to a massive outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
We have 8 Congolese right now in one of our shelters and a dozen in Nuevo Laredo, Laredo Health Director Dr. Hector Gonzalez told the Laredo City Councilman George Altget during a council meeting on April 4. For them, my concern was Ebola. He said that due to the time element, the Congolese migrants were not developing symptoms of Ebola. But, we’re on alert to check that, he said.
A report from the WHO states that, as of April 10, there have been more than 1,200 reported cases of Ebola in the Congo (1,140 confirmed, 66 probable). Those cases resulted in the deaths of 764 patients (698 confirmed, 66 probable). On Friday, The WHO decided the outbreak does not yet constitute a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).
A top Red Cross official told NBC News on Friday that he is more concerned than I have ever been about the current outbreak of Ebola spreading regionally. Emanuele Capobianco cited statistics from the Congolese health ministry confirming 40 new cases over a two-day period last week. NBC reported that the official called the rate unprecedented in this particular outbreak…
This could give the United Nations total control of the border as they reserved themselves the right to invoke medical martial law. A DHS official has told me that their agents stationed at the border, have been asked to update their exotic illness vaccinations by updating them. Somebody knows what is coming.
Medical martial law is something that we have covered in the past and this will be reviewed in the next article in this multi-part series.
Further in the next article, I will be detailing how the UN is positioning themselves to take over the control of drugs and gain the ability to protect drug dealers with their international diplomatic immunity.
Finally, future articles will deal with how this alleged meeting in Chicago, consisting of Latin American leaders, is conspiring to attack America at some future date with help from the inside, is not the first meeting of this type. Our coverage this invasion o of the United States is just getting started. The mad max scenario is on the way, are you ready? Soon the whole nation could become like Del Rio, TX. or Humboldt County, CA. Start prepping now because you are soon going to have trouble obtaining food and water. And with the Midwest farming being paralyzed by the weather wars, the cost of prepping is soon going to rise astronomically.
1. Washington Post – UN to help human rights training of Mexico’s National Guard
2. Hal Turner Radio Show – 20 Illegal Aliens from Congo Being “Monitored for EBOLA” at U.S. Border