UN Pushes To Criminalize Opposition To Mass Migration
The UN pushes the mantra that Sustainable Development is only possible in a multi-cultural society, which guarantees the elimination of the nation-state. However, immigration is only pushed toward First World countries, like Europe and the United States. ⁃ TN Editor
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In a press conference, de Graaff raised the alarm over an international conference in Marrakech, Morocco on Dec. 11 and 12 where the U.N. Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration is to be signed. Though the pact is said to be non-binding, it is meant to establish the groundwork for an Orwellian campaign to cement mass migration as a human right legally above any and all criticism.
“One basic element of this new agreement is the extension of the definition of hate speech,” de Graaff says. “The agreement wants to criminalize migration speech. Criticism of migration will become a criminal offense. Media outlets that give room to criticism of migration can be shut down.”
In the last 50 years, despite all the cries about mass immigration and all the politicians on both sides of the isle who came and went, stopping mass immigration never received the support or backing it needed to change course. you guys never thought about that.
When it comes to immigration, there are a lot of factors at play
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Please read the full report and let me know what you think
Making migration work for all - Report of the Secretary-General United Nations
The report focuses on making migration work for all, emphasizing its links to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The report highlights: (a) options for Member States to help migrants fulfil their economic and social potential; (b) steps to promote regular migration; and (c) policies to meet the legitimate security considerations of Member States concerning irregular migration. It also explores the specific challenges arising from large mixed movements of migrants and refugees.
13. We must also show respect for communities that fear they are “losing out because of migration. While there is powerful evidence that migrants are of significant benefit to both their host countries and their countries of origin, we cannot be blind to citizens’ perceptions and concerns. Communities blighted by inequality and economic deprivation frequently blame migration for their troubles. While it is necessary to explain why such views are mistaken, it is essential to address the underlying vulnerabilities and fears of all citizens so that we can make migration work
If it seems like governments across the Western world are engaged in a frantic effort to force as many immigrants from less developed countries into American and European cities as possible, it’s because they are.
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For millions of years mass migration has been occurring, It’s part of our nature
Mass Migrations across the World-System’s History
Moving has been an essential human characteristic since the beginning of history. From the worldwide expansion of hominids departing from Africa 40.000 million years ago to the actual massive migrations of populations, humans have demonstrated that settling is as intrinsic to our nature as it is changing our residence.
Immigration from Europe accounted for about 40% of the total United States population growth in the late 19th century. It has been argued that the term should include other mass migrations that occurred in the same period since similarly, large numbers of people migrated long distances within the continent of Asia, most notably during the Pakistan Movement and the subsequent partition of India in 1947.[
Jusk ask the Native Americans, or the Australian Aboriginals. The fact that they once had very distinct cultures, with their own identities and unique characteristics, did not stop mass migration from Europe totally destroying those cultures and the people who belonged to those cultures.
Mass migration has always happened. No questioning that. Why even make such an obvious point actually, unless you were trying to infer that it isn’t anything to be concerned about, just because it has always happened?
Because the West once had a distinct culture and identities, with unique characteristics that one could argue was worth preserving. But those cultures are being destroyed, with the full intent of those who are making sure mass migration happens.