The ‘Global Compact for Migration’, in the works since April 2017, is a rather hushed up plan to move large numbers of people from the third world to countries with a strong, sustainable economy.
In other words, the United Nations, along with all the countries who have signed up to this plan, want to move large numbers of people from Africa, the Middle East and Central America into Europe, North America and East Asia.
The key aspects of the plan reveal that illegal immigration will in future no longer be treated as a crime:
‘…protect the safety, dignity and human rights and fundamental freedoms of all migrants, regardless of their migratory status, and at all times…’
They also reveal that the United Nations wants regular migration, over an indefinite period:
‘…the development of a Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration…’
And the plan also outlines what they see as the need for steps towards a world government:
‘…make an important contribution to global governance and enhance coordination on international migration…’
But the most worrying part is the sheer amount of people they want to migrate to the West, with their estimations for future population growth revealing a shocking and flawed mindset among the global elite.
They are either complicit in producing population sustainability estimates that are completely absurd, or alternatively they simply lack the common sense to see that these estimates are unsustainable. I suspect it is the former, though we will probably never know for sure.
As it stands, only America, Hungary and Austria have left or rejected the Global Compact for Migration, with Poland, Croatia, Czechia and Australia reportedly considering a similar move.
Britain and over a 180 other countries are still signed up to it and are due to meet in December to finalise the policy and adopt it into practice.
This means that in less than 2 months, illegal immigration will no longer be considered illegal; anyone with half a brain cell can see the ramifications of that. No wonder the mainstream media are not reporting on it!
As we have seen recently with the migrant caravans containing thousands of people moving north towards the Mexico-American border, one of the great struggles of our time is dealing with mass immigration and its effects.
Despite populists seeing promising election victories over the last few years, migration continues to increase. In Europe recently, hundreds of migrants forced their way into Croatia, a country which is seeing increasing numbers of arrivals.
Stopping illegal migration such as this in the future will be a rather pointless exercise if countries are forced by the UN to fly them in anyway, as the Global Compact for Migration agreement stipulates.
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