Trump Leading the Nations in Rejecting UN Open Borders Pact
The globalists at the UN and in Europe were excited back in July when scores of nations mindlessly signed up for the new UN Migration Pact, an agreement that seeks to regulate the way that countries enforce their immigration laws. Under the leadership of President Trump, America was the only nation at the time which did not sign on to the agreement.
Now that we are less than a month away from the deal being ratified, other nations are starting to abandon the agreement when their citizens get around to reading the fine print.
Last month, Israel, Hungary and Austria all announced that they weren’t going to alter their immigration laws to appease the UN. Poland and Australia followed President Trump’s leadership in November, announcing that they would not ratify the deal either.
As of this writing, Switzerland is leaning strongly against it too. Most of Europe, led by Germany’s wildly unpopular Angela Merkel, are still in agreement with the tenets of this open-borders deal.
President Trump didn’t even have to think twice before rejecting this deal. It is as anti-American as it gets, short of calling for the ban of personally-owned firearms.
One of the biggest dangers of the “Migration Pact” is that it greatly extends the European Union’s already-liberal hate speech laws.
Voicing criticism of mass migration, whether it’s a flotilla of Africans trying to sneak into Spain or the horde of Honduran welfare hopefuls currently knocking on America’s doors from Tijuana, would be criminalized.
Individuals could be jailed for saying anything negative about migrant hordes. Television and radio stations can have their broadcast licenses revoked for having a guest on who questions the wisdom of importing the Third World into a modern nation. Fox News would cease to exist unless it fired everyone to the right of Shepherd Smith under this agreement.
The underlying assumption of the UN pact is that anyone from anywhere in the world can move to any other country if they feel like it, for any reason at all. Laws on accepting refugees were based on charity in the past.
Nations like America agreed to take a limited number of people in, if they were legitimately being persecuted and their lives were in imminent danger. Wanting to sign up for welfare and food stamps is not a good reason for granting someone asylum.
When Australia pointed out that it wouldn’t be ratifying the UN deal, it noted that this policy will only encourage more illegal immigration. This has proven true since President Reagan’s amnesty in 1986, which he viewed as his single biggest mistake in office.
Since the ’86 amnesty, America has absorbed 25% of Mexico’s total population. Are we better off as a nation for this?
California is now under a permanent Democrat majority and Texas is leaning that way.
Middle class farm towns from Idaho to Kentucky have been transformed into shantytowns by these new “Americans” that were imported without any locals being asked.
Is Europe better off for welcoming in millions of Muslim migrants from the Third World, under Angela Merkel’s encouragement?
A French court has just acquitted a Bangladeshi man who raped a French high school girl. His defense attorneys did not dispute that he raped the girl – twice.
Their defense was that he has “different cultural norms” in his home country. Well then, not guilty!
In Sweden, an 11-year-old girl was anally raped by two adult Muslim men on the way to school this month. Despite being able to identify the two men – who stand on the same street corner every day as the girl walks to school – police informed the victim’s mother that they couldn’t do anything.
No arrests were made. At least in France they still go through the formality of arresting migrant rapists before releasing them.
In Germany, an 85-year-old pensioner was murdered in his bed by one of Merkel’s Afghan migrants. The elderly man’s throat was slit. No robbery took place. Just another “infidel” put down for the cause.
None of these crimes can even be reported by mainstream media outlets in Europe – and that situation will only worsen with the UN Migration Pact in place.
Crimes like this were unthinkable in European nations just a few years ago. The Third World brings all of its dysfunctional baggage with it, no matter how good the host nations’ intentions are.
President Trump was absolutely right to reject this open-borders deal. Hopefully even more nations will follow his leadership when it comes time to ratify the pact.