Recently, it was reported that the “migrants” from the “caravan” to the US border was demanding entry to the US or “$50,000 to leave” from President Trump:
Two groups of Central American migrants marched to the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana on Tuesday with a list of demands, with one group delivering an ultimatum to the Trump administration: either let them in the U.S. or pay them $50,000 each to go home, a report said.
Among other demands were that deportations be halted and that asylum seekers be processed faster and in greater numbers, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.
The first group of caravan members, which included about 100 migrants, arrived at the consulate around 11 a.m. Alfonso Guerreo Ulloa, an organizer from Honduras, said the $50,000 figure was chosen as a group.
“It may seem like a lot of money to you,” Ulloa told the paper. “But it is a small sum compared to everything the United States has stolen from Honduras.”
He said the money would allow the migrants to return home and start a small business.
A letter from the group criticized U.S. intervention in Central America and asked the U.S. to remove Honduran President Orlando Hernandez from office. They gave the consulate 72 hours to respond.
A letter from the second group of about 50 migrants arrived at the consulate around 1:20 p.m. asking the U.S. to speed up the asylum process and to admit up to 300 asylum seekers each day at the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego. Currently, around 40 to 100 are admitted.
“In the meantime, families, women and children who have fled our countries continue to suffer and the civil society of Tijuana continue to be forced to confront this humanitarian crisis, a refugee crisis caused in great part by decades of U.S. intervention in Central America,” the letter states.
Of the roughly 6,000 migrants who’ve traveled from Central America to Tijuana, around 700 have returned home, 300 have been deported and 2,500 have applied for humanitarian visas in Mexico, according to Xochtil Castillo, a caravan member who met with Mexican officials Tuesday.
Others have either crossed into the U.S. illegally, moved to other parts of Mexico or have fallen through the cracks, the Union-Tribune reported.
“A lot of people are leaving because there is no solution here,” said Douglas Matute, 38, of Tijuana. “We thought they would let us in. But Trump sent the military instead of social workers.” (source, source)
The story seemed unrealistic, and frankly insane for a number of reasons.
To review, I have repeatedly said since the inception of this “caravan” that the entire thing was a fraud for political purposes and was being supported directly by major groups from outside of Central America because the logistics of the caravan in themselves would be otherwise impossible:
This “caravan” walked all the way to Tijuana. This is curious, since Tijuana is in the northwesternmost corner of Mexico:
Tell me, why did not the caravan make the naturally shorter and more logical trip to Texas? Crossing anywhere at the cities from Matamoros (opposite Brownsville, TX) to Nuevo Laredo (opposite Laredo, TX) is almost less than half of the distance to Tijuana. Even one chooses not to cross at those locations, crossing anywhere on the US border, which one must naturally approach given the geography of Mexico, from New Mexico to Arizona or even parts of California, it simply does not make sense. Dragging these people all the way to Tijuana would seem to be more of a publicity stunt before an actual desire to help the people.
If one reads the story from FOX News, one sees that the demand for “$50,000” was made by an Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa.
This is a copy of the actual letter sent by Ulloa to “President Trump”. Note that this letter was not signed by or even on behalf of the “migrants,” but just this Ulloa guy.
Ulloa has Facebook pages (here and here), and a Twitter page he has not used since 2015 and a Youtube page with videos of protests and promoting communism. He is very active in political causes concerning Honduras, and is an open communist who loves Che Guevara and promotes revolution. His Facebook profile testifies to this:
He is also an admitted sodomite, as his profile says he is interested in men and women:
But what is very interesting about Ulloa is that he says he is living in Mexico as an exile from Honduras stemming from the Presidency of Jose Azcona del Hoyo in the late 1980s. According to Ulloa, he claims he was falsely accused of putting a bomb at a US military installation that killed 6 people in 1987:
A bomb exploded at a restaurant in a town north of Tegucigalpa Saturday evening, seriously injuring six American soldiers and six Honduran civilians, officials said today.
The bomb, made from about 12 sticks of dynamite, exploded about 7:30 P.M. Saturday in the town of Comayagua at a restaurant popular among the 1,200 United States soldiers stationed at Palmerola Air Base, about 12 miles to the south.
In Washington, a Pentagon spokesman, Comdr. Robert Prucha, said five American military personnel and one American civilian were injured in the bombing. (source)
In a petition on Change.org addressed to President Trump, he said that he was falsely accused of the crime and he wants compensation to return to his homeland:
Now this is highly curious.
Most of what is on Ulloa’s profile- and I have provided a snippet above -is openly anti-American, anti-democracy, and pro-communist revolution.
However, here he is asking President Trump for help.
Why would he ask the President of the USA for help with an issue that is, for all apparent purposes, a dispute between him and the government of Honduras, unless there was a connection between the two?
Ulloa’s Facebook posts on either profileshow him to be a central organizer in the “migrant crisis.”
We know, as stated above, the entire “crisis” was engineered from the outside.
That said, who is paying him?
That is the question nobody wants to answer, and which he does not say. However, it is very curious given his past and the involvement in the caravan, and how he presents a facade of anti-Americanism while asking the President of the US for what is nothing less than something of a pardon.
It bears a striking semblance to those people on the “right” who for many years were well-known “leftists”, or those who are openly promoting ideas such as national socialism and racism are known Jews.
Could it be that all of the “anti-Americanism” and open provocation, which without question attracts media attention, is something that he is doing because he is being paid to do this?
That is the real question. But what is known for sure is that it is not the “migrant caravan” making demands of $50,000 a person, but just the lone voice of an “activist” with a curious history and a reputation of making trouble.