Unrestricted migration has become a major issue across virtually every Western nation. The possible ramifications of governments that have no idea how many people need to be provided with education, infrastructure and so on, have been dismissed as prejudiced, but the practical consequences of uncontrolled migration – not to mention crumbling social cohesion – will make themselves felt sooner or later. Despite this reality, the United Nations is hellbent on promoting the unfettered mobility of people from country to country, into the future.
Recently, Liberty Nation published a piece about the UN’s scary plan to flood the West with 250 million migrants via the Global Compact for Migration (GCM), a.k.a. the Marrakesh Agreement. Miniscule levels of media attention have been given to the agreement that “looks like it was copied from the Soros Plan,” to quote Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. President Donald Trump and the United States turned the GCM down in 2017, but Europe is still at risk.
There are signs that Western nations are finally waking up to the dangers that globalist UN bureaucrats are trying to inflict. Austria’s conservative government now has decided not to ratify the compact. In explaining the Austrian position, Vice-chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache said that “Migration is not and cannot be a human right.”
Shortly after, Croatia’s President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic announced that she also rejects the GCM: “Be assured I will not sign the Marrakesh Agreement.” Thereby, Croatia joins the growing group of dissenting nations that have chosen to reject the agreement in its current form.
They do not wish to be replaced, displaced and alienated in their homelands.
The UN bureaucrats who negotiated the global compact have framed it in such fluffy language that it sounds wonderful, but behind the rosy statements is legal terminology that provides a backdoor for illegal immigrants to carve their way into the West regardless of the expressed wishes of the majority.
Most people in the West have a liberal view of immigration, viewing it is a source of spice, diversity, and dynamism, but only up to a point. They do not wish to be replaced, displaced and alienated in their homelands. A sluggish Europe is slowly waking up to the existential crisis facing them, and political parties are starting to adapt to that new reality.
European People’s Party
The largest party in the European Union parliament is the center-right European People’s Party (EPP), which is a coalition of pan-European Christian Democratic parties. Until recently, it has been on board with the globalist agenda, but it has turned towards the nationalist right, according to author and commentator Dr. Steve Turley. Behind closed doors, the EU has reportedly chosen the replacement for the outgoing President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker to be Manfred Weber, the conservative leader of the EPP.
Weber has strongly signaled that those who are skeptical of unchecked immigration, such as Hungary’s president Orbán and other nationalist parties, must be brought into the fold of acceptable opinion. This closely tracks the prediction that the EU elite will choose power over ideology when faced with voter annihilation. We are perhaps witnessing a silent political earthquake in Europe.
An important part of maintaining power is to not be caught being wrong. European politicians are realizing that if they do not act quickly they will lose face, and thereby power. To prevent this, they appear now to be positioning themselves for turning migration into a perceived “nothingburger.” By solving the problem silently behind closed doors, they can claim that there was never any real problem, and the critics who warned the public were hysterical all along.
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