The logistics involved with moving the caravan of thousands of “asylum seekers” across the vast, mountainous territory of Mexico is costing somebody millions of dollars. The transportation of food, water, medicine and services that are being provided for the members of the caravan is being delivered by an army of trucks, with everything necessary to keep this enormous group moving forward for over a thousand miles.
As can be seen in this video, the Mexican government has been sending police to escort the dozens of buses and trucks that are ferrying the migrants and supplies along the route to the next destination. Ever-present among the thousands of migrants are helpers from Pueblo Sin Fronteras (“People Without Borders”), the organization that appears to be the most closely involved in organizing and mobilizing this caravan. The mission of this organization, according to their website is “To build solidarity bridges among peoples and turn down border walls imposed by greed.”
Pueblo Sin Fronteras is associated with other Chicago-based extreme-Left immigrant activist non-profit organizations, Centro Sin Fronteras, La Familia Latina Unida and others. Their self-reported incomes (not filed with the IRS) are near non-existent and do not explain who underwrites the enormous event production that is ongoing. A full financial disclosure is clearly lacking.
According to Mexican news reports, some migrants in Tijuana are now accusing these NGOs of having used and now abandoned them at the border. Pueblo Sin Fronteras is off organizing a new caravan from El Salvador.