We should have expected it: The American Red Cross is helping the Great Replacement by giving maps and safety tips to illegal aliens who are trying to invade the United States, and the organization isn’t just helping them once they get here. The outfit provides guidance for traveling through dangerous regions of Mexico, instead of discouraging the dangerous trip.
“The map, which is part of a packet stamped with the International Committee of the Red Cross and American Red Cross logos, shows a list of resources, including hotels, clinics and shelters where migrants can get support in Mexico and Central America,” the Daily Caller’s Jennie Taer reported:
The maps include clearly defined lines leading to cities along the U.S. border. The organization also has a guide to “self care” along the journey, which includes tips on how to survive the desert and disease, how to safely jump on trains, and how to obtain contraceptives.
[Red Cross Packets Show Migrants Where To Cross The US Border, March 9, 2023]
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As with other non-governmental organizations, the Red Cross uses tax dollars. That figure is $350 million. So, again, white Americans are paying for their own genocide by demographic conquest.
“The guides also appear to acknowledge that the journey to the U.S. for migrants is dangerous,” Taer continued:
Many migrants from countries beyond Central America travel through Panama’s Darien Gap, where Panamanian authorities say there have been 50 known migrant deaths in 2022, according to the Los Angeles Times. Between May and September 2021, there were 180 known cases of rape in the Darien Gap, according to The Wall Street Journal. …
“If you use contraceptives methods, don’t forget to bring them with you. In necessary cases, some Red Cross’ clinics and medical brigades will give them to you for free,” the self care document states.
The document also provides guidance on navigating the desert and jumping on top of cargo trains, which are known as “La Bestia,” or “the beast,” that transits north through Mexico.
“In the desert during the day, temperatures are extreme. Seek to bring with you lots of potable water, pants and long sleeves to protect you from the sun and maintain the sweat humidity. Also take with you warm clothes, gloves to protect your hands and a flashlight and matches,” the guide states.
It's very clear that these ”safety tips” are intended for quite young children travelling alone:
And by the way, sit on trains because “there are branches, electric cables, tunnels that can hit you. Accommodate yourself where you have supporting points.”
So far from discouraging “migrants” from hopping La Bestia for a potentially fatal ride, the Red Cross is giving safety advice.
A top priority for any GOP president who might win next year is terminating funds to all non-governmental organizations who aid and abet the illegal-alien invasion of the United States.
H/T: Border Hawk