The UN Cannot Be Trusted With Migration Policy

The UN Cannot Be Trusted With Migration Policy

November, 2015. Having crossed from Austria into Germany, migrants make for the Bavarian village of Simbach, where they are registered by the German police

logo_caesarThe UN Pact on Migration. For those who still believe in the hallucinatory ideal of World Government, and there are many, the UN is only doing its job: attempting to accumulate power for itself by relieving European nations, under hypnosis, of what little remains of their sovereignty. The UN’s little brother in Brussels does the same. It is not necessary to be fooled by this. All one has to do is to assemble the past utterances of various UN luminaries into a coherent Mein Kampf. To take only one of the most egregious examples (as previously reported in this journal ), here is the late Peter Sutherland, then (June 2012) non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and UN Special Representative for International Migration: “We [Europeans] still nurse a sense of our homogeneity and difference from others. And that’s precisely what the European Union […] should be doing its best to undermine”European populism is all that now stands between the European peoples and the loss of their individual cultures and shared Civilization. The UN Pact on Global Migration (see Objectives) is a document crafted against Europe, with the encouragement of those twin hovering angels, le couple franco-allemand, Macron and Merkel.

There is clearly a strong sense amongst Western nations that this “Pact” is a bottle marked “Poison”. The question is simply one of trust.

It would come as no surprise to discover that delegations from the push-countries were falling over each other to sign up to the Pact, while those from the pull-countries of Europe, the United States and Australia, were indeed already backing out: including Austria, which negotiated the Pact on behalf of the EU. The European review website, Politico.eu quotes () the senior UN official overseeing the Pact (Louise Arbour) as saying, “The initiative was launched at the request of Europe after the migration surge of 2015 […]”. At the request of Europe? Read, no doubt, “Juncker & Merkel”.

Wikipedia states that the Pact will be “politically binding”, although not “formally binding under international law”, since it is not a treaty. Nevertheless, there is clearly a strong sense amongst Western nations that this “Pact” is a bottle marked “Poison”. The question is simply one of trust.

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An Abiding German Lie

An Abiding German Lie

Eine deutsche Lebenslüge Cicero Magazin für Politische Kulture, 22nd November 2018. Friedrich Merz raised the question during his bid for the CDU party chairmanship at the third regional conference: whether or not the asylum law is sustainable in its current form. He can expect outraged reactions. But it was high time the topic was put on the table.

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The UN Pact on Migrants Will Encourage Immigration, Not Contain it

The UN Pact on Migrants Will Encourage Immigration, Not Contain it

Le Pacte de l’ONU sur les migrants va encourager l’immigration au lieu de l’encadrer FIGAROVOX/TRIBUNE, 21st November 2018. A United Nations Pact “for safe, orderly and regular migration” will be signed by many countries, including France, in December. Yves Mamou fears that the text will deprive the signatory States of their sovereignty, by elevating the right to migrate to the status of a Human Right.

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The Global Pact on Migration, or The Birth of an Official Truth

The Global Pact on Migration, or The Birth of an Official Truth

«Le “pacte mondial” sur les migrations, ou comment naît une vérité officielle»
LE FIGARO/TRIBUNE, 14th November 2018.
A text dealing with immigration is being drafted within the framework of the United Nations. Cloaked in fine sentiments, it is in reality a means of exerting moral pressure on Western countries, argues the law historian Jean-Louis Harouel, Professor Emeritus at the University Paris-II Panthéon-Assas. Jean-Louis Harouel has published a notable essay, “Human Rights vs. the People” (Les Droits de l’homme contre le peuple, Desclée de Brouwer, 2016).

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Ex-Bodyguard of Osama bin Laden Must Be Returned to Germany

Ex-Bodyguard of Osama bin Laden Must Be Returned to Germany

Ex-Leibwächter Osama bin Ladens Sami A., soll nach Deutschland zurückgeholt werden  Berliner Zeitung, 13th July 2018. Gelsenkirchen [Nordrhein – Westfalen].  The alleged former bodyguard of Osama bin Laden, who has been deported to Tunisia, must be brought back to Germany by court order. The deportation of the Tunisian, Sami A., classified “Islamist” and a danger to the public, was “grossly unlawful” and violated “fundamental principles of the rule of law”, according to a resolution passed on Friday [13th July] by the Administrative Court of Gelsenkirchen. The deportation must therefore be “reversed by the foreign [Tunisian] authorities”.

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Stephen Smith : Mass Migration Has Not Yet Begun

Stephen Smith : Mass Migration Has Not Yet Begun

Stephen Smith : «La migration de masse n’a pas encore eu lieu» FIGARO/INTERVIEW, 6th July 2018. According to the American journalist Stephen Smith, migration from Africa, which weighs so heavily on Europe, constitutes the grand challenge of the 21st century. He says that the scale of the migratory pressure will submit our Continent to a trial without precedent, leading to the final rupture between the cosmopolitan elite and the populations who are attached to their identity.

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Yes, Migrants Benchmark Countries

Yes, Migrants Benchmark Countries

«Oui, les migrants font du benchmarking» FIGAROVOX/TRIBUNE, 1st June 2018. In declaring that asylum-seekers compare the various legislative regimes on offer before choosing a country to go to, the Minister of the Interior, Gérard Collomb, has merely stated the obvious, explains Jean-Thomas Lesueur, delegate-general of the Thomas More Institute.

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