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Tuesday, December 21, 2021

THE WEAPONIZATION OF HUMAN BEINGS: Michael Yon and Masako Ganaha on Globalist Mass Disorder

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THE WEAPONIZATION OF HUMAN BEINGS: Michael Yon and Masako Ganaha on Globalist Mass Disorder

Death, Rape, Disease, Human Trafficking: Gifts of Globalism in North and Central America

It is early December and I am in a flurry of contact with Michael Yon and Masako Ganaha. We are trying to find a time to meet for an interview.

Michael Yon is easily the world’s most renowned living war correspondent, conflict journalist, and information war specialist writing in English.

Masako Ganaha is a rising star of Japanese journalism. She had been fighting for several years to expose globalist fake news in her home country before branching out to track down related problems abroad.

 

For much of 2021, Yon and Ganaha have been in Panama, Mexico, and the southern United States, documenting the globalist-planned, globalist-coordinated humanitarian crisis in those places.

After a series of e-mails, the three of us finally find a time to meet online. I join the call from Japan. Yon and Ganaha are in Washington, DC, just a few blocks away from the White House. Yon has been guiding Congressman Tom Tiffany around the Darién Gap in Panama and is now in the capital to give a talk on the situation there.

“In some ways,” Yon continues, “it’s like when Saddam Hussein released prisoners in Iraq in 2002, to bolster his own image and use the released inmates as human shields against any attack against his regime. But in other ways it’s much, much worse.”

“Colleagues and I have been in Darién Gap for months,” Yon tells me. “In some ways it’s like the 1980 Mariel boatlift, when Castro opened the floodgates of refugees from Cuba as a way, in part, to cause chaos in the United States.”

In 1980, Fidel Castro released dissidents from Cuban prisons to add to a swell of people rushing to seek asylum in other countries. More than 100,000 Cubans ended up in America in just six months of 1980.

“In some ways,” Yon continues, “it’s like when Saddam Hussein released prisoners in Iraq in 2002, to bolster his own image and use the released inmates as human shields against any attack against his regime.

At this point, Ganaha holds up her cell phone to the camera and begins to show me photos that she and Yon took in Darién Gap. The images make me feel physically ill.

“But in other ways it’s much, much worse.”

At this point, Ganaha holds up her cell phone to the camera and begins to show me photos that she and Yon took in Darién Gap. The images make me feel physically ill.

“This woman was raped,” Ganaha explains.

I can see on her phone a middle-aged Hispanic-looking woman of slightly hefty build. Her lower torso and legs are unclothed in some of the photos. Her buttocks are very badly scraped, and blood and mud cake her lower back and upper legs. I am told that she was dragged and beaten by her assailants.

Yon tells me that the Emberá natives in Panama are responsible for many of these crimes.

In photos in which the woman’s face is visible, she wears an expression of numbness, suppressed terror.

Ganaha tells me that the woman was in a makeshift clinic in the Darién Gap, one of several set up to help people like the rape victim. The woman is far from the only one to be sexually assaulted. Some accounts suggest that most women who try passing through the Darién Gap are raped. Yon tells me that the Emberá natives in Panama are responsible for many of these crimes.

“Probably ten percent of the people out there are dying,” Yon says. “I’m not entirely sure of the exact percentage, because my colleagues and I don’t know the precise number of people who are going into the Darién Gap or the number who are coming out. But based on interviews I, Masako, and other journalists have conducted, nearly everyone has seen corpses along the way.

“I spoke with some Haitians recently,” Yon continues. “For the six or seven days they had been traveling through the Darién Gap, they smelled dead bodies the entire time.”

Human traffickers might have sexually abused the children after their parents died en route. Or maybe the traffickers just left the children in the jungle, content with whatever money had been paid already and not finding it worthwhile to continue up to the American border.

Yon and Ganaha tell me they have also encountered countless abandoned or orphaned children. Many of the children are too young to speak, so it is virtually impossible to learn where they come from or how they got to the jungle. Human traffickers might have sexually abused the children after their parents died en route. Or maybe the traffickers just left the children in the jungle, content with whatever money had been paid already and not finding it worthwhile to continue up to the American border. Child abuse and child abandonment are apparently endemic.

So is disease. And not just the Chinese coronavirus, about which the Biden regime has shown nearly complete disregard when it originates with illegal invaders coming in from Mexico.

“I’ve heard of cases of yellow fever and malaria. I’ve seen plenty of trench foot,” Yon says.

Ganaha shows me more photos of people whose lower legs are slicked with blood. Many of the people can no longer walk, and so others carry them on their backs.

“There are many children dying of cholera and e. coli,” Ganaha adds.

“What happened to those people?” I ask.

“Classic trench foot, Jason,” Yon replies. I’ve never seen such a thing. Yon and Ganaha have been seeing it many times each day.

“There are many children dying of cholera and e. coli,” Ganaha adds. “Doctors Without Borders says that there are fewer snake, bat, and scorpion bites than one might expect, although there are plenty of those pests out there.

“The jungle itself is pitiless,” she continues. “For example, there are many false trails cut by people who were lost and ended up plunging over a cliff. Others follow those trails without knowing the danger that awaits them.

“People are going into the jungle completely unprepared,” Ganaha adds. “They are dying everywhere.”

“There is a mountain over which people must pass to get through the Darién Gap,” Yon tells me. “It’s called the Montaña de la Muerte, the Mountain of Death. Journalist Chuck Holton thinks the death toll from people who fall off the mountain or otherwise die of violence or disease may be as high as one in seven. There’s really no way to know for sure.

When I ask Yon and Ganaha what is driving this massive humanitarian crisis, they both make it clear that globalists have played a big role... everywhere you look, globalists and governments are turning people into weapons.

“Many people also drown,” Yon continues. “The Haitians I spoke with, for example, are city people, Port au Prince. There are many Cubans from Havana. They don’t know how to survive in the jungle. There are flash floods, dangerous rivers. One group of forty people was caught in a swollen river, twenty of them got washed away. Don’t know what happened to them. I am guessing many of them didn’t make it.”

When I ask Yon and Ganaha what is driving this massive humanitarian crisis, they both make it clear that globalists have played a big role. 

“It’s an amalgam of things, a tangled jungle of influences,” Yon says. “What’s clear is that the United States is being invaded. Globalists in Washington, DC, are working with globalists elsewhere in the world to invade America. Human beings are being weaponized for globalist and also for American political ends.

“The Turkish government is doing the same thing to Europe. Morocco is doing the same thing to Spain. Poland is under imminent danger of invasion, with so-called ‘migrants’ massing on the Polish border. Bulgaria, Greece, Lithuania—everywhere you look, globalists and governments are turning people into weapons.”

It is also not difficult to understand that the Democrats, a group which has long cheered the genocide of Black children in abortion mills in America, are indifferent to the suffering they are causing in Panama and elsewhere in Central America.

“American Star of David”

Ganaha is in the United States for another reason. Just a couple of days before our interview, she was in Nashville for another interview—with Candace Owens, the American conservative pundit and author who has been critical of many of the policies in Washington which are now helping to fuel the humanitarian disaster in Latin America.

In her book Blackout, for example, Owens describes the “Democrat plantation” as the phenomenon of Democrat control over Black people in the United States. Government programs designed to destroy Black families lead to Black dependency on the state, and also to a loss of self-respect in the Black community, Owens writes.

It is not very difficult to see that, in the Democrat-championed invasion over the southern border with Mexico, the Democrats have internationalized this scheme, bringing in a virtually endless stream of people subservient to the Democrat-controlled Washington bureaucracy.

“Japan does not have a vaccine mandate yet, but in the United States I can feel so much hatred against people who choose not to get the vaccine,” says Ganaha. “It’s become an American Star of David,” Yon adds. “A way to separate people, to mark them as acceptable targets of violence.

It is also not difficult to understand that the Democrats, a group which has long cheered the genocide of Black children in abortion mills in America, are indifferent to the suffering they are causing in Panama and elsewhere in Central America.

“One of the most obvious tactics of the globalists is to divide and conquer,” Ganaha says. “Candace Owens has remarked that dividing people along racial lines has been a highly effective way for Democrats to maintain and enhance their political power.

“I feel that globalists around the world are doing the same thing with vaccines,” Ganaha continues. “Japan does not have a vaccine mandate yet, but in the United States I can feel so much hatred against people who choose not to get the vaccine.”

“It’s become an American Star of David,” Yon adds. “A way to separate people, to mark them as acceptable targets of violence.

I sent Yon some Remnant links to pieces by and about Archbishop Viganò. Yon was very impressed. This man gets it,” he tells me. “He understands exactly what is going on.”

“Hate can be a breeder reactor,” Yon continues. “Once you get it started, it will run on its own. That’s what the globalists and the American Left are trying to gin up against those who won’t go along with their schemes.”

A few months earlier, Yon sent me a link to a video which a family member had shared with him. “Who is this Catholic guy?” Yon asked me about the man featured in the clip.

I clicked through and immediately smiled big. “That’s Viganò!” I exclaimed as I saw the good archbishop’s face appear on my screen.

I sent Yon some Remnant links to pieces by and about Archbishop Viganò. Yon was very impressed.

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This man gets it,” he tells me. “He understands exactly what is going on.”

Yon and Ganaha have also been tracking the work of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., who wrote a brilliant expose of Anthony Fauci and the “vaccine” being pushed by globalists and other population-control fanatics worldwide.

“It’s the same story of consolidating power, money, and influence,” Yon says. “It doesn’t matter to globalists how many people die.”

At the Next Turning…

I end our interview by asking Ganaha and Yon what they think is coming next for the United States, for Japan, and for the world.

“The American government is still printing money,” Yon answers. “Inflation is worsening, but the printing presses are still running overtime.

“For years I have followed what I call ‘BLAMTIFA’, the BLM and ANTIFA Marxist revolutionaries attempting to foment civil war in America,” Yon continues. “The Democrat establishment and globalists in other countries support and encourage BLAMTIFA. They also support and encourage the invasion from Mexico and all the crimes against humanity that go along with it.

“Explosions of political violence do not happen in a vacuum,” Yon concludes. “There is no truth without context. Right now, the contextualized truth is that the United States and much of the rest of the world is under sustained, planned attack by globalists.”

“I spent many months in Hong Kong covering the brave resistance by Hongkongers to takeover by a Communist dictatorship. I have covered insurgencies and counter-insurgencies in Afghanistan and Iraq.

“Explosions of political violence do not happen in a vacuum,” Yon concludes. “There is no truth without context. Right now, the contextualized truth is that the United States and much of the rest of the world is under sustained, planned attack by globalists. Stock up on supplies and keep your powder dry. Be ready to defend yourself and your family. At the beginning of the Wuhan pandemic, I said that 2021 would be worse than 2020. We are far from seeing the end of the globalists’ hatred games. Twenty-twenty-two is going to be worse than 2021.”

“In Japan,” Ganaha adds, “there are many globalists and false patriots who are working behind the scenes to weaken our country and make us subservient to China.”

I think here of Pope Francis, who is doing the same thing in the Vatican. 

I think here of Pope Francis, who is doing the same thing in the Vatican. 

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“Japan is under attack, too, for example in Okinawa, where China-funded and China-backed left-wing ‘activists’ try to run the American military off the islands. That would of course leave Japan much less capable of defending herself against a Chinese invasion

“In fact,” Ganaha says, “the Chinese invasion has been happening for years. Chinese warships invade the waters around Japan’s Senkaku Islands nearly every day. China openly threatens Taiwan and has invaded territory belonging to Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, and other states in the region. China is building a ready-made invasion network with its Belt and Road Initiative. 

“Invasion is everywhere,” Yon points out. “The flare-up may come in America. It may come in Panama. It may come in the South China Sea. It may come at the Polish border. It may come in Ukraine.

“But it’s coming. Be ready.”

--Jason Morgan is associate professor at Reitaku University in Kashiwa, Japan

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Jason Morgan | Remnant Columnist

Jason Morgan is an assistant professor at Reitaku University in Chiba, Japan, where he teaches language, history, and philosophy. He specializes in Japanese legal history. He’s published four books in Japanese and two book-length Japanese-to-English translations. His work has also appeared at Japan Forward, New Oxford Review, Crisis, Modern Age, University BookmanChronicles, and Clarion Review.