The UN Migration Pact has surely caused an international uproar. Countries choosing not to sign it having confirmed, or indicating they are rethinking signing, are Australia, Poland, Israel, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, and Croatia all following the United States’ lead in withdrawing.
The pact seeks to normalise mass, illegal immigration forever under the auspices of the UN.
This would lead one to believe that Britain’s ruling Conservative Party, having made pledges to reduce immigration “from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands” in the 2010, 2015, and 2017 general election manifestos, would be on that list.
There are very good reasons to conclude that the UK will indeed sign the UN Migration Compact as there has been no discussion on the approval of it by the government in July this year. Perhaps this is to avoid a crisis such as was in Belgium, yet it seems it has been silently agreed upon.
Migration Watch UK, lead by British peer Lord Green of Deddington, has said of the pact having submitted two parliamentary questions to the government this week:
“The UK Government should make it clear that it will not sign… If they have any regard for their election promises it would be entirely hypocritical to do so.”
He requested information on whether, and how, the globalist pledge to ease and “enhance” migration would fit with the Conservatives’ long-standing promise to bring it under control and reduce it.
Vice-chairman of Migration Watch UK, Alp Mehmet, has said of the pact:
“The Compact appears to have been drafted by diplomats whose aim seems to be to ‘normalise’ mass immigration from the developing world to the West at a time when the public are very clear that they find the scale and pace of such flows to be unsustainable and unacceptable.”
In September President Trump said from the UN New York headquarters that “Migration should not be governed by an international body unaccountable to our own citizens.
“Ultimately, the only long-term solution to the migration crisis is to help people build more hopeful futures in their home countries: make their countries great again.”
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