UN Gives Out Prepaid Mastercards To EU Migrants

It is clear now that accusations that European migrants are receiving prepaid Mastercard bank cards backed by the European Union and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) are true.

The story first broke on November 1, 2018, when Infowars Europe exposed a scheme hatched by 89-year-old billionaire financier George Soros whose net worth is estimated at $8 billion. Forbes ranked him 60th on its 2018 Forbes 400 list of the world’s richest people.

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The day before, on October 30, Ninoslav Vucetic from Montenegro had posted an image of a Mastercard imprinted with EU and UNHCR logos but no cardholder name. The European TV director asked questions on many people’s minds:

“Bank cards are also evidence of how the EU is destroying European culture? Inviting them with money to cause violence? Who gives migrants such a bank card in order to access cash, without the first and last names?”

Observers of the migrant invasion of Europe by hoards of mostly-male Africans, some extremely violent, wondered how these travelers could support themselves during the long and difficult journey northward? The answer came from a social media user in Slovenia who goes by Nova24 who posted this message on August 31, 2019:

“Social network users have warned us that illegal immigrants are financing their lifestyle while waiting in Bosnia and Herzegovina to continue their journey towards Western Europe, with the help of bank cards of the Mastercard brand bearing logos of the European Union and United Nations Refugee Agency.”

An anonymous police officer from Croatia had recently revealed that some migrants carry Mastercards that bear no names – basically, prepaid gift cards. This officer stated:

“The migrants we catch and return back in a few days or weeks are again trying to break into Croatia. Some of them are really poor, but many are well-equipped: they have new footwear, new clothes, sophisticated smartphones, weapons, and some have also been found with Mastercard bank cards without name, they are just numbers. They withdraw money at ATMs, but we do not know who pays them.”

On June 20, 2016, World Refugee Day, MasterCard bragged that it had issued MasterCard Aid Network and Prepaid cards “in humanitarian response” to residents of African, Asia, and Europe totaling thousands of “beneficiaries.”

People in Turkey, Kenya, Yemen, Nepal, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Niger, the Phillippines, and Greece got financial help from the global lender which announced that it “recognizes the 65 million refugees displaced from their homes and seeking refuge throughout the world. By leveraging our technologies and products such as MasterCard Aid Network and Prepaid, MasterCard collaborates with partners to provide essential services at the most critical times of refugees’ lives.”

Seven months later, on January 19, 2017, Mastercard and Soros presented their new scheme to the world: Humanity Ventures, dubbed a social enterprise to use commercial strategies to deliver a positive impact on society:

“Last September, George Soros announced that he is earmarking up to $500 million for private investments that will improve capacity to address the challenges that migrants, including refugees, and their host communities face around the world. Humanity Ventures would be part of that initiative.”

Soros explained his thinking about the migrant situation:

“Migrants are often forced into lives of despair in their host communities because they cannot gain access to financial, healthcare and government services. Our potential investment in this social enterprise, coupled with Mastercard’s ability to create products that serve vulnerable communities, can show how private capital can play a constructive role in solving social problems.”

But then, Soros came clean about the what’s-in-it-for-me (money, of course):

“Humanity Ventures is intended to be profitable so as to stimulate involvement from other businesspeople. We also hope to establish standards of practice to ensure that investments are not exploitative of the vulnerable communities we intend to serve.”

Soros famously uses his wealth to support liberal U.S. political candidates and international Leftist “democratic” movements. Americans concerned about recent waves of thousands of asylum seekers arriving at the border that separates Mexico from the U.S. have accused Soros of funding the Central American caravans.

Iron-clad proof that Soros is behind the American mass migrant caravans has been elusive since the group organizing the caravans and arranging all the logistics, Pueblo Sin Fronteras (“Town Without Borders”), receives funding from multiple U.S. front organizations.

Filmmaker Ami Horowitz documented an actual caravan he found in Central America in November 2018. Coincidentally, the video reporter’s comments during a Fox News interview with Tucker Carlson coincided with Infowars’ bombshell news that Soros was funding European migrants as well:

“We know there are some Leftist groups. I know it’s forbidden to say that Soros is part of it. But Soros has, in fact, funded at least some of those groups in the past. So, we don’t know where the money is exactly coming from. But we know it’s not coming from Honduras.”

Backed by Big Money enterprises such as Mastercard and billionaires such as Soros, the United Nations is moving forward with its plan to relocate third-world citizens in first- and second-world countries as part of its globalist plan for “sustainability” which means human survival – as this group of elitists sees it.

Never mind that Europeans are currently divided by a massive cultural clash, with acts of migrant violence on the rise: the UN is driving the unbridled and unvetted entrance of thousands of unknown newcomers into EU member nations.

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