In Germany, debating the UN Migration Compact is considered a burden to “intercultural dialogue” and prevented in the German Bundestag.

In Germany, debating the UN Migration Compact is considered a burden to “intercultural dialogue” and prevented in the German Bundestag.

In Germany, debating the UN Migration Compact is considered a burden to “intercultural dialogue” and prevented in the German Bundestag.

The mere discussion about immigration is therefore called a dangerous disorder – writes Gunnar Schupelius in the linked article below. We have translated to English.

* Internationally, there is much vigorous debate regarding the UN Migration Compact…but not in the German Bundestag. Here, the debate is described as a threat to “intercultural dialogue” and prevented.

On Wednesday, the Petitions Committee confirmed by a majority this censorship. The AfD had requested to publish one of the petitions. The other parties refused.

The federal government claims that the pact contains no obligations for Germany. Yet, on the 32 pages of the text included in the migration pact, the terms “duty”, “guarantee” and “security” appear 157 times.

For example, signatories pledge to promote migration as a “source of wealth, innovation and sustainable development” (§ ?. In this sense, a “high-quality reporting” is required.)

“Misleading narratives that evoke negative notions of migrants” should be “dispelled”. In this way, media, teachers and advertising agencies should be influenced.

** For more on the UN Migration Compact and the misleading rhetoric of Angela Merkel and Andrej Plenkovic, please read the second half of our post from Saturday (linked below) regarding Estonia. There are precedents that have evolved from past UN “declarations”.
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https://www.bz-berlin.de/berlin/kolumne/bundestag-zensiert-petitionen-der-buerger-zum-uno-migrationspakt