Poland should quit U.N. migration pact, says Joachim Brudzinski, minister of internal affairs.
“In our opinion the draft of the agreement does not guarantee Poland’s safety. It may also encourage illegal immigration.”
“I will recommend to Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to opt out from the Global Compact (GCM) deal, which is due to be signed in December in Marrakech,” added Brudzinski.
Hungary has already announced it will not sign up to the Global Compact For “Safe, Orderly and Regular” Migration, which was hastily and naively approved in July. The United States wisely pulled out early, refusing to even acknowledge the UN Compact, saying it interfered with America’s own policies on migration.
The V4 Report first warned about this UN scheme in December of 2017: http://v4report.com/index.php/2017/12/07/brussels-steroids-2018-un-declaration-refugees-migrants-must-defeated/
The global compact for migration will be the first, intergovernmentally negotiated agreement, prepared under the auspices of the United Nations, to cover all dimensions of international migration in a holistic and comprehensive manner.
The UN has morphed into a radical organization pushing their multicult manifesto of open-borders and mass migration on all. The UN’s rhetoric has been irresponsible and they have shown no regard for the safety and security of Europeans. This will be an absolute disaster, like most endeavors the UN gets itself involved with.
In our opinion, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and other CEE nation states must also reject the UN deal, which could dangerously imperil their sovereignty and commit them to mass migration.
This is in direct contrast to the anti-migration platform that helped to elect PM Andrej Babis of the Czech Republic. While Babis has been solid with the EU on migration, he will have much to answer for if he commits the Czechs to something they overwhelmingly oppose.
“Safe, orderly and regular migration” sounds very familiar. It seems as if the EU Ministers and certain international philanthropists have been working closely with the UN stakeholders.
The UN pact, due to be adopted in December, should be rejected.