REPORT: China Building Bridge in Central America in Order to Flood U.S. Border With Migrants?

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A massive bridge is poised to be constructed in Panama, at a location notorious for being one of the most perilous routes for migrants, and it may be funded by the Chinese government according to some.

This bridge is also said to be capable of accommodating a convoy of tanks, highlighting its impressive scale and strength.

Reports also indicate that the structure is currently under construction in Yaviza, a location situated on the Rio Chuconaco.

This river serves as the dividing line between Central and South America, and is one of the furthest points accessible by road from North America.

Up until this point, the Pan-American highway has terminated in Yaviza, a town situated on the outskirts of the treacherous 100-mile Darien Gap.

This untamed jungle, spanning the border between Panama and Colombia, has long posed a significant challenge for travelers.

Every year, countless migrants embark on the treacherous journey through the Darien Gap, facing a multitude of challenges.

They must navigate dangerous river crossings, encounter wild animals, and confront violent criminal gangs that exploit, abduct, and mistreat them.

As per a report from the US-based Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), there may be a significant change on the horizon.

The construction of a new bridge across the Rio Chuconaco has the potential to extend the highway further south.

This would undoubtedly enhance the safety of the crossing for the countless migrants who journey from South America with the ultimate aspiration of reaching the United States.

Yet, the construction of the bridge has sparked a perplexing inquiry: Who is financing this endeavor and what motives lie behind their support?

Michael Yon, an American writer and photographer, suggests that China could potentially be a benefactor.

During a podcast conversation with renowned American screenwriter and television producer Shawn Ryan, Michael Yon shared his thoughts on the subject.

“Nobody says who’s putting the money in it.” Yon said.

He went on saying that he believes it “indicates to me it’s China – because China has a way of doing this. “

“But I keep asking government people who’s actually paying for this, and nobody seems to know.” he continued.

In a recent report, Human Rights Watch criticized Colombia and Panama for their inadequate efforts in safeguarding the well-being of the numerous migrants making their way through the challenging Darien Gap en route to the United States.

Despite the inherent risks involved, the Darien Gap has emerged as a crucial passageway for migrants seeking to reach the United States.

According to the Panamanian government, an unprecedented number of 520,000 individuals made their way through the jungle in 2023.

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