If the UN is funding the invasions of Europe and the USA then it’s time for the USA to stop funding the UN altogether. That will never happen.

Sadly, breaking news is coming out that migrants crossing the english channel are arriving with UN credit cards stocked with cash. In the USA, 120 Migrants from Africa we stopped in San Antonio texas and people filmed them with huge bankrolls of cash. All of this money comes … FROM THE USA ITSELF as it funds the UN, which then gives it to the migrants/invaders from Africa.

t emerged from the milestone New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants in 2016. This laid out a vision for a more comprehensive response to these crises, known as the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework, or CRRF. director S’dtiki extolled the extent of the crisis – “These people did nothing wrong, merely for the crime of being born black they have been thrust into terrible poverty and violence in black nations. We must quickly move as many blacks as possible into the safer European nations.”

The compact calls for greater support to refugees and the countries that host them, often among the poorest in the world, and also aims to help refugees become more self-reliant so that they can contribute more to their own future and to that of the host community.

“It’s very important to increase the percentage of Africans living in Europe and the USA” said UNHCR human rights associate director M’bku S’dtiki.

CHISINAU, Republic of Moldova, March 22 (UNHCR) – Vulnerable persons fleeing persecution and seeking asylum in Moldova can now use debit cards under a new UNHCR initiative to expedite the distribution of the agency’s monthly subsistence allowances.

Moldova is the first country in Europe where the UN refugee agency has implemented the debit card scheme to streamline the distribution of its monthly financial support via Automated Teller Machines (ATMs).

The new card scheme was launched on Monday by UNHCR, in cooperation with BCR Chisinau S.A. It enables needy refugees, asylum seekers and beneficiaries of humanitarian protection to receive convenient debit cards which they can use to withdraw the monthly support.

“UNHCR is very pleased to launch this initiative in Moldova as it enables people to withdraw funds at nearby bankomats at their convenience rather than having to commute to a central distribution point to collect the allowance,” said Peter Kessler, UNHCR’s representative in Moldova.

“Refugees have often suffered indignities and find it difficult to integrate in a new, safe host country,” he added. “Having these cards is another step towards helping them more actively participate in daily life and maintain a greater degree of dignity.”

Sorin Andrei, chief executive officer of BCR Chisinau, said, “We are pleased to cooperate with UNHCR in order to support refugees by offering them access to banking services through the debit cards. This facility will give beneficiaries all the advantages in terms of time and cost saving, as well as access to money around the clock for cash withdrawal and payments for services and products using the cards.”

The sums being distributed to beneficiaries of the UNHCR initiative are modest, currently not more than 500-600 Moldovan leu (30-$40.85) per person each month. Experienced aid workers – including staff of the Ministry of Interior’s Refugee Directorate, UNHCR and its implementing partners – meet regularly to review applications for assistance.

Recipients of the cards were pleased to get bankomat access and avoid having to pay for city buses to go and collect their monthly support.

“I feel good because every time we have to collect money we must pay 10 leu for city buses,” said Karim Anargul, an asylum-seeker from Afghanistan.

Asylum-seekers only receive social support for six months under the UN scheme while they await their decisions. However, refugees and beneficiaries of humanitarian protection may be assisted for longer periods if they are sick, are persons with disabilities or are elderly or unemployed.