By: Red Pill | 12-03-2017 | News
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President Trump to End All US Support of United Nations “Migration Compact”

The United Nations has attempted to control the flow of refugees across the entire globe as per the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, which went into effect back in September of 2016, in what the UN has continued to label as a “measure to ensure both safety and security amidst global turmoil on various continents” which in theory is meant to save lives of refugees.

Despite that intention to save the lives of the refugees and Migrants around the globe or doesn't take into account the lives of people who are affected by the forced mass immigration.

The problem with The UN Declaration for Refugees and Migrants would be that it's essentially a profitable measure, which destroys the identity of nations and puts the lives of citizens in many nations at risk themselves due to the type of extremist hive mind that often accompanies legitimate refuge seeking families.

Not to mention, the costs of such a burden would be taken over by the taxpayers of sovereign countries that may never have to see a single refugee cross into their Homeland

Then again, some nations consistently are taking in millions of future criminals all whilst still paying towards the United Nations’ compact.

President Trump has long since criticized the measure, saying that it wrestles with a nation's Constitution, and it interferes in the sovereignty of the United States of America in general.

The declaration included a set of commitments designed to ensure the protection of migrants’ human rights, enhance international border security cooperation, and dissuade governments from detaining immigrant children. The pact also outlined a blueprint for an international treaty, or compact, that would be concluded by the U.N. General Assembly in late 2018.

By forcing America to send its own forces to regions to protect migrants or give them a safe haven for passage, is designed to act as if we're some kind of <i>world police</A>, where the United States must carry the torch, while paying for the fuel to keep it burning, all when being shot at, and thus in turn assisting in angering the nations where the migration is heading into.

The majority of Europe, for example; has been given orders from the United Nations to continue to allow these refugees and Migrants into their homelands.

Taking one look at Sweden for example, in which the Swedish people literally have no freedom and must hide in some areas due to not having a police department at all in some of those parts of the county.

President Trump has made it clear that the United States of America will not participate in this forceful flooding of new peoples, using our resources and our troops from already struggling regions.

The State Department late on December 2 said the compact “contains numerous provisions that are inconsistent with U.S. immigration and refugee policies and the Trump Administration’s immigration principles.

“As a result, President Donald Trump determined that the United States would end its participation in the compact process.”

The State Department also said that U.S. participation in the process began in 2016, “following the Obama Administration’s decision to join the UN’s New York Declaration on Migration.”

The UN states that the nonbinding New York Declaration “expresses the political will of world leaders to save lives, protect rights, and share responsibility on a global scale, “ but by essentially occupying sovereign territories and telling them they must allow migrants into their homeland.

That's not the job of the United States of America, or the United Nations, which continues to suggest this measure is necessary.

The process itself was made up of some 193 countries all across the globe and it looks to “protect the human rights of all refugees and migrants, regardless of status,” but that type of rhetoric is essentially virtue signaling that solves almost nothing.

President Trump's appointee to United Nations, Ambassador Nikki Haley said that “the global approach” in the 2016 New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants “is simply not compatible with U.S. sovereignty.”

“America is proud of our immigrant heritage and our longstanding moral leadership in providing support to migrant and refugee populations across the globe,” said Haley.

“But our decisions on immigration policies must always be made by Americans and Americans alone,” she added.

Haley concluded, “We will decide how best to control our borders and who will be allowed to enter our country. The global approach in the New York Declaration is simply not compatible with US sovereignty."

Some have suggested that this maneuver by the United Nations was to test its own strength and limitations, to see just how much of a chokehold the global community would be able to apply to smaller nations.

The President of the General Assembly, H.E. Mr. Miroslav Lajčák, regrets the decision by the United States Government to disengage from the process leading to the global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration, according to his own<a href=" ">statement.</a>

While the President of the United States of America is dead set on our own tough immigration laws, reporting those here illegally, and still awaiting a wall across our Southern border, it makes zero sense (it would be hypocrisy) for America to further assist in doing exactly what we're trying to prevent at home ourselves to another nation.


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