US Gives Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador $556 Million in Aid a Year — In Return We Get Caravans and One-Million Illegals at Our Border Each Year
The United States gives $556 million in foreign aid to Central American countries: Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaraqua.
** $181 to Honduras
** $118 to El Salvador
** $257 to Guatemala
Via Jack Posobiec.
In return these three countries provide America with an unlimited supply of third world illegal aliens.
The caravans keep coming.
The US can expect around a million illegals this year.
According to Gallup five million third world migrants plan to relocate from Latin America to the United States in the next 12 months.
And according to Breitbart.com an estimated 42 million more say they want to enter the country.
One-fifth of El Salvador already resides in the US.
There currently are at least 1.1 million Salvadoran immigrants in the United States.
The number represents about one-fifth (19.1 percent) of the total population of El Salvador (5.7 million in 2007 according to the Salvadoran Department of Statistics and Censuses).
Remittances back home make up 20% of El Salvador’s economy.
Over 1% of Guatemala and Honduras entered the US since September.
It appears the United States could have a better use for that half a billion we shovel out to Central America each year.