More horrifying reports from the Darién Gap – Why is no one talking about this invasion?


Michael Yon‘s Green Beret experience taught him the art of observing and surviving in the most dangerous environments on earth. Combining his skills as a writer and a photographer, and with the encouragement of fellow veterans, Michael began his correspondent career by traveling to Iraq in December of 2004. That was the first step in his nearly 20 year journey—traveling the globe to report on world events firsthand. He has traveled to more than 80 countries including China, India, Bhutan and Vietnam.

He has been warning about the dangers of the Darien Gap in Panama for years. As we reported in the shocking video we shared last week, here, he is right now marching down from the north meeting the thousands of migrants as they process towards the USA border. The reports he has are horrific.

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas met with the foreign ministers of Panama and Colombia in Panama on Tuesday.

According to Panama’s government, more than 87,000 migrants crossed the Darien Gap in the first three months of the year, mostly from Venezuela, Haiti and Ecuador. That was up from nearly 14,000 migrants during the same period a year earlier.

Panama’s government said this week that 50,000 migrants crossed the treacherous Darien Gap linking Colombia and Panama in the first two months of 2023, five times more than in the same period last year. 

What Michael is following and what concerns him greatly is the passage of so many Chinese through the Gap and on up to the USA.