The migration crisis, initially triggered by Chancellor Merkel’s unilateral decision to throw open the gates of Europe, shows little sign of abating.
With resistance now coming from many countries against migrant quotas imposed from Brussels, an alarming report from Slovenian news site Nova 24 has shown how the bloc, supported by UN agencies and George Soros, has helped facilitate the large movement of people in to the continent.
Their source inside the Croatian Police has stated that the ‘refugees’ are equipped with hiking clothes, high quality walking boots, the latest mobile phones and allegedly weapons. Alarmingly, it would appear that these good are paid for on prepaid debit cards provided by Mastercard – the cards have the EU and UNHCR logos and a number but no name on them and are dished out without any need for proof of identity.
MasterCard announced in 2016 that they issued prepaid debit cards to “give refugees mobility, flexibility and dignity” – furthermore, they announced a tie up with George Soros last year to “catalyse and accelerate economic and social development for vulnerable groups in the world, especially refugees and migrants”.
The press release for that tie-in also stated that Soros had earmarked $500mn for the project to “…. increase capacity to meet the challenges faced by migrants, including refugees, and their host communities across the world”