Proposed Agreement To Put Critics Of Migration Behind Bars

Foreign Policy, Global Politics, Immigration, Law, Rundown

Frustrated about Merkel’s plan to bring more immigrants to Germany? Think twice before making your opinions seen or heard. You could find yourself staying behind bars for criticizing migration.

The United Nations Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration seeks to make immigration a universal human right.  MEP Marcel de Graaf warned EU citizens that if they criticize migration policies, they could be imprisoned:

“I would like to say some words on the global compact on migration. On the 10th and 11th of December there will be an international congress in Marrakesh Morocco.

“The participating countries are set to sign this agreement and although this joint agreement is not binding it is still meant to be the legal framework on which the participating countries commit themselves to build new legislation.

“One basic element of this new agreement is the extension of the definition of hate speech.”

“The agreement wants to criminalize migration speech. Criticism of migration will become a criminal offence. Media outlets that give room to criticism of migration can be shut down.”

“It is declaring migration as a human right; so it will in effect, become impossible to criticize Mrs. Merkel’s ‘Welcome Migrants’ politics without being at risk of being jailed for hate speech.”

The pact requires governments to “promote independent, objective and quality reporting… and stopping allocation of public funding or material support to media outlets that systematically promote intolerance, xenophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination towards migrants”.

Austria, Australia, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Israel, Poland, Slovakia and Switzerland have already announced that they will not sign the agreement.

Italian deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini also declared that Italy will not sign the United Nations Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration next month.

The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration was approved in July by all 193 member UN nations except the United States, which opted to drop out last year.  The pact is due to be ratified formally in December.

After a tumultuous past 2 years which saw the globalist order fall to the crushing wave of the nationalist movement, perhaps the EU should reconsider their proposal to criminalize criticism of immigration.

The threat of continued migration is the foundation of the platform that ushered in the nationalist movement.

Even Hillary Clinton agrees.