Guess Which Government Creates the Most Refugees in the World?

“This refugee situation is yet another reason for all of us to take off blinders, look squarely at the US-led NWO Empire and realize the terrible destruction it wreaks all over the world. If you care about illegal immigration, look at the US Military. If you care about the environment and reducing pollution, look at the US Military (the DoD/Pentagon is the biggest polluter on Earth). If you care about peace and avoiding war, look at the US Military. How much death and destruction is it going to take before more people wake up to this?”

Openhearted Rebellion

By Makia Freeman, The Freedom Articles

New statistics released last month by the UNHCR (United Nations High Commission for Refugees) reveal a disturbing trend. The world now has the most refugees ever. At the end of 2018, there were a total of 70.8 million refugees, asylum-seekers and internally displaced people – including 13.6 million newly displaced people in 2018 alone.

With all the tension around the topic of immigration in first world nations, you would think that the governments of those countries would be careful not to cause situations which would lead to more migration. You would think that they’d be careful not to enact policies which could potentially cause more refugees, especially if those refugees then look to emigrate to the country making those policies (blowback). But consistency has never been a strong point of US foreign policy.


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5 thoughts on “Guess Which Government Creates the Most Refugees in the World?

  1. youd think theyed quit roaming the globe destabilizing countries and destroying nations, immiserating the people, making them want to leave their homelands.

    youd think. but youd be wrong.

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  2. The only motivation I can think of nomad, is that they’re pursuing some kind of scorched earth policy. They know the US of A is going down and they want to make sure no other civilization is strong enough to survive their collapse.

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