UNHCR calls on its ‘model state’ Germany to step up migrant protections
The multicult, open-border agency wants a common mechanism to ensure the right to asylum and to prevent ‘pushbacks’ at the border.
In other words, it wants to overwhelm Europe with no deterrents at the border.
UNHCR supports the concept of a distribution mechanism based on solidarity between EU members which was proposed in the EU Pact on Migration and Asylum.
It also believes family reunification schemes should be increased, and that Germany should actively drive reform efforts on a common asylum framework in the EU.
“Germany is a role-model in global refugee protection and holds great credibility as a host country and as one of the most important donors of international aid. It should make use of this power in the face of global challenges in refugee protection in Europe and the world,” said Katharina Lumpp, head of UNHCR Germany, in a statement.
While the UN may view Germany as a role-model on migration, many Europeans have no desire to emulate Merkel’s migration manifesto.
The same states that rejected the UN migration pact must also reject the EU migration pact.