I’ve spent some time this morning listening to this presentation on The UN Global Migration Compact and I strongly suggest and urge you to listen for yourself sometime over the break, particularly from the 43 minute mark and more particularly the last 15 or so minutes.
There can be no excuse for anyone saying they weren’t aware.
In Australia the Morrison government has said we won’t be signing up to it and the US under President Trump has said the same, but in this election year, it is now incumbent on Morrison and his team to elicit a similar response of non compliance from the prospective Shorten Labor government as it would seem to me that the objectives of the compact would square with Labor policy.
Essentially, although it’s euphemistically called the UN Global Migration Compact, when you listen to the bullet points as enumerated by Stefan Molyneux, and strip it all back, it is quite apparent that it is nothing less than a blueprint for the elimination of national borders and therefore the nation state that has been the lynch-pin and the basis of all societies and cultures for millennia.
That’s is NOT overstating what this is all about. It is sinister to say the least.
One of the final bullet points is that it will be illegal to criticise immigration and worse, it will be illegal to campaign politically against immigration or the UN Global Compact, so in effect that torpedoes the very idea of democracy and the very idea of freedom of speech.