Historically, the United Nations has persistently lauded “human rights” as a top priority and the answer to many worldly problems. Early this past week, December 10-11, at a key UN migration summit in Marrakesh, Morocco, the United Nations lived up to its reputation. The Intergovernmental Conference to “Adopt the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration” promoted the idea of migrating from one country to the next as a basic human right, regardless of individual countries’ laws and regulations.
This controversial agreement, UN Global Compact for Migration
furthers the UN’s “no border” agenda by politicizing the acceptance of mass migration. Negotiated during a two-year process, the agreement has been rejected by numerous countries including the United States.
Justifiably so, more and more resistance to this agreement has spread.
Austria in particular stood up to prevent mass migration and maintain their country’s sovereignty. Their government leaders realized that this agreement fails to distinguish those who enter the country illegally and those who come in legally. Canadian Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer also proclaimed his displeasure in this compact:
Canadians and Canadians alone should make decisions on who comes into our country and under what circumstances. …Instead of signing international agreements that erode our sovereign right to manage our borders, the prime minister should focus on restoring order at home.
Because the UN pact is inconsistent with U.S. refugee and immigration policies (and our U.S. Constitution!), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley had it right when she stood up for America First principles and announced:
…Our decisions on immigration policies must always be made by Americans and Americans alone. We will decide how best to control our borders and who will be allowed to enter our country. The global approach in the New York Declaration is simply not compatible with U.S. sovereignty.
President Trump has consistently stood his ground on the illegal immigration debate, calling UN migration schemes a threat to security, sovereignty, and prosperity. He has stated: “Migration should not be governed by an international body unaccountable to our own citizens.” This is exactly where the U.S. should be standing. If the United Nations controls who enters what country and when, borders fade away and an international body is open to govern it all.
The United Nations, through compacts like this UN Global Compact for Migration, aim to demolish our Constitutional Republic and our American way of life. If not stopped, our God-given rights secured by the U.S. Constitution would eventually be replaced by the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights
and the United States would be under the jurisdiction of the United Nations. With globalists doing all they can to make this a reality, we must continue to educate Americans on our unique system of government and the urgent need to protect it. First, educate yourself and then, educate others!
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