From the very beginning of the manufactured Refugee Crisis, I have been writing that it was created in an attempt to further destabilize a number of nations across the globe with a particular interest in the remaining semi-socialist European nations.
A book from 2011 written by Kelly M. Greenhill titled Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement, Coercion, and Foreign Policy published by Cornell University Press, sheds quite a bit of light on the subject of creating various crises in order to generate a number of refugees who can then be used to destabilize targeted nations in a variety of ways.
It’s important to understand that Ms. Greenhill isn’t simply some university professor researching and writing obscure opinion papers which no one reads. Her credentials are listed on her university webpage and they conclude:
…Greenhill currently serves as Research Fellow and Chair of the Conflict, Security and Public Policy Working Group at Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Belfer Center…
Greenhill’s research has been supported by the Social Science Research Council, the MacArthur Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, the Eisenhower Foundation and the Neubauer Foundation. Outside of academia, Greenhill has served as a consultant to the Ford Foundation and to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), as a defense program analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense, and as an economic policy intern in the Office of Senator John F. Kerry. She sits on the editorial boards of Sage Publications as well as the journals Security Studies and the Journal of Global Security Studies. She previously served as Associate Editor of Security Studies.
So Ms. Greenhill is a think-tank research fellow funded by globalist institutions like the Eisenhower, MacArthur and CIA-linked Ford foundation who also served as a program analyst for the Department of Defense.
I would love to know which programs she helped analyze.
Greenhill’s understanding of Weapons of Mass Migration campaigns appears to be second to none as she carefully lays out the programs of coercive engineered migrations and their desired results in her published paper (PDF):
“Coercion is generally understood to refer to the practice of inducing or preventing changes in political behavior through the use of threats, intimidation, or some other form of pressure—most commonly, military force. This article focuses on a very particular nonmilitary method of applying coercive pressure—the use of migration and refuge e crises as instruments of persuasion“…
“Coercive engineered migrations (or coercion-driven migrations ) are “those cross-border population movements that are deliberately created or manipulated in order to induce political, military and/or economic concessions from a target state or states.”…
“Coercive engineered migration is frequently, but not always, undertaken in the context of population outflows strategically generated for other reasons. In fact, it represents just one subset of a broader class of events that all rely on the creation and exploitation of such crises as means to political and military ends—a phenomenon I call strategic engineered migration.”
The paper itself is a fascinating look into mindset of those think-tankers and foundation-funded crafters of deep-state politics. It shows just how cold and calculating and diabolical these people really are.
Yesterday, Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dr. Bashar al-Jaafari gave a speech before the United Nations during a summit on the Syrian refugee crisis. He spoke in depth about the real causes of the crises that are at the center of this current issue and specifically described who these refugees are.
Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dr. Bashar al-Jaafari said that the main causes for immigration are terrorism, the Israeli occupation of Arab territories, the military invasion of Iraq, and aggression against the region’s countries like what happened in Libya, foreign interference in states’ internal affairs, and unilateral economic “sanctions,” and depriving people of their countries’ resources.
In a speech at a session held on Friday at the United Nations to discuss the issue of illegal immigrants in the Mediterranean area, particularly Syrian immigrants, al-Jaafari said that immigration needs to be addressed as the global phenomenon it is, and that limiting the discussion to a single geographic areas, or focusing on Syrian refugees alone, implies that there are political motivations behind proposing the issue rather than humanitarian motives. SANA News Agency
As you can see if you look past the carefully manipulated and controlled MSM evaluation of the refugee crisis, there are a number of other contributing factors that created the current Weapons of Mass Migration campaign. Most notably, the refugees themselves come from a number of neoliberalized or currently destabilized countries which the United States forced our own brand of “freedom” upon such as Libya, Pakistan, South Sudan, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria (just to name a few). These are what Greenhill describes as coercive engineered migrations.
These Weapons of Mass Migration campaigns produce a myriad of potentially positive and profitable outcomes for the elites who like to conduct them. Very rarely are the results positive for either the populations of the targeted nations or the refugees themselves.
The other day, George (Soros) chimed in on the ongoing refugee ‘crisis’ via an OpEd for Project Syndicate, billed as a “global opinion” website. It’s a website where you have folks like Gordon Brown pushing the refugee “crisis” as justification for his global charter school scam, Henry Miller telling everyone to stop believing all those lying scientists when they say GMOs are bad for us and Richardo Housman telling us all we have nothing to fear from the IMF…
Essentially, what Mr. Regime Change Billionaire says in his 6-point plan is that the EU and other Westernized nations have to accept a universal asylum program which will take from the various nations their right to determine who enters their nation and how while also suggesting all of those nations take out trillions of dollars in various forms of loans in order to pay for the relocation of these individuals.
And oh yeah… he also says we should allow various corporations to become “sponsors” of these immigrants, ensuring they will all get an equitable piece of the cheap labor workforce. Scott Creighton
But perhaps most importantly, aside from all the precious money this current refugee crisis will create for the elites and the masters of the universe at the for-profit central banks as they loan various nations trillions of dollars to handled the refugees, the most useful result of this destabilization campaign may just be a variation on the old “divide and conquer” trick.
Let’s go back to the Ford Foundation expert for more on that:
“Like immigration and refugee policy more generally, real and threatened migration crises tend to split societies into (at least) two mutually antagonistic and often highly mobilized groups: the pro- refugee/migrant camp and anti-refugee/migrant camp” Kelly Greenhill
In that section of her paper, Greenhill carefully explains how the planners of these Weapons of Mass Migration campaigns understand and manipulate both the anti-refugee camps as well as the pro-refugee camps. They do this in order to drive emotional wedges between the population of the targeted countries. Between each other and between the people and the elites who rule them. Her evaluation of it is extremely well documented.
People have been asking themselves why plant fake Syrian passports when they staged the recent false flag event in Paris. At first glance it would seem counter-intuitive in that it doesn’t help with their campaign to force the refugees on the various countries across Europe and here in the states. For a while, I didn’t really understand that one myself.
Having read Greenhill’s paper I think it seems likely that they not only wish to impose these millions of refugees on the targeted nations and their citizenry, but they also want there to be as much internal conflict on the issue as possible as they do it. That enables them to further weaken the resolve of the targeted populations and once again, drives them further apart from one another, preventing a coming together on mutually agreeable grounds.
It’s brilliant when you think about it.
So before you start thinking someone is on your side, whatever that side may be relating to this issue, remember: the campaign being waged depends on heated, emotional, public conflict between the anti-refugee camps and the pro-refugee camps. Once again, it’s more WWE crisis politics.
I strongly recommend you read Ms. Greenhill’s paper. It certainly puts it in perspective and I hope more alternative websites read it and try to understand the current Weapons of Mass Migration campaign being run by our leaders against us.