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There are no wars on migration, but useful idiots use this kind of slogan to falsely claim victimhood. Alexanderplatz, Berlin, Germany. Photo: Crawford Jolly

EU pushes ahead with undemocratic and ideological UN Migration Pact

The EU Commission has quietly and surreptitiously proceeded with its unpopular Migration Pact. The globalists obviously do not want to debate the issue in public.

Published: September 7, 2020, 8:10 am

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    For that reason, they have been fiddling with an allegedly “non-binding pact” in which goals are formulated and their implementation “recommended” through specific options for action.

    But as more and more governments sign the pact and implement it in accordance with the recommendations, the pact is set to eventually become customary international law. After all, it is sufficient for the international community – represented by its governments – to agree.

    The recommendations that were initially not legally binding, and therefore, coupled with agreements concluded in back rooms, are now implemented without a parliamentary resolution. Worse still, there is no escape, because exit clauses were not provided.

    This approach is similar to the implementation of the recommendations for the action plan of the Beijing Women’s Conference in 1995 and the associated introduction of “gender” and “gender mainstreaming”. It was done in exactly the same back-handed way.

    Gender mainstreaming was thus introduced by bypassing parliament and voters. In Germany, it was done by a cabinet decision of the federal government on June 23, 1999. Today there are gender chairs, early sexualization in elementary schools and the “rainbow key” for gay and lesbian certified old people’s homes.

    The UN Migration Pact with its 23 goals contain 54 paragraphs in which the word “obligation” or the phrase “we undertake” occur more than eighty times. Yet voters are made to believe that the pact is somehow not binding. The UN document will become legally binding by following a “soft” legal approach with no parliamentary debates – and certainly no vote.

    On April 18, 2018, before the brief debate on the Pact, the EU Parliament passed a resolution on the UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM), not in accordance with the normal procedure of a technical committee and public participation, but according to the so-called back room procedure, in which only individual parliamentary groups negotiate.

    With this resolution, the EU Parliament underscored the binding nature of the UN Migration Pact with anticipatory obedience. In Germany, only two MEPs voted against it: Daniel Caspary (CDU) and Jörg Meuthen (AfD). They were against the exclusion of the public since the Pact will now be channeled through parliaments.

    Specialist committees were replaced by a so-called feedback procedure, in which the 500 million citizens of the EU could express themselves by email in just under four weeks. Of course, it went by almost unnoticed. Only 1 829 private individuals and organisations took part, including the notorious Soros Foundation Open Society.

    The “New Pact on Migration and Asylum” aims to “create a comprehensive, sustainable and crisis-proof framework for the management of asylum and migration in the EU”. Hundreds of millions of migrants will gain access to the EU through the scheme which will be the end of Europe as we know it.

    The EU migration pact that the Commission intends to impose on nations has nothing to do with democracy, culture, identity or common sense. It is about ideology, globalism and elite salaries.

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    • Stev60

      This and so much else is why freedom-loving nations like Poland MUST exit the EU(SSR) ASAP: one way or another it will undermine, subjugate, and colonize them until they are hollowed out shadows of their former selves. There is not the slightest doubt of intent, or capacity either in the long run. It’s like being sucked into a black hole, leave it too late to pull away, and there is no escape. Better to err on the side of safety, than misjudge the true gravitational suction and be crushed to atoms.


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