President Donald Trump was the first to reject the UN pact on mass migration in at the end of last year, and although many globalist leaders and leftist journalists screamed an moaned, it looks like others are joining the exodus.
The agreement basically ensured the destruction of individual countries’ sovereignty.
Now, since ratifying it in July, a number of nations have pulled out, or expressed their intention of doing so, and it appears that these counties just needed a strong leader to start the ball rolling.
Breitbart reported, “In comments that cut across the grain of the usual business and practice of the United Nations, President Trump said at the body’s New York headquarters in September, “Migration should not be governed by an international body unaccountable to our own citizens.
“Ultimately, the only long-term solution to the migration crisis is to help people build more hopeful futures in their home countries. Make their countries great again.”
For reasons of national interest, Australia, Israel, and Poland have rejected the globalist pact.
“Australian Prime Minister Scott Morris remarked Wednesday that the agreement is ‘inconsistent’ with his nation’s best interest, and that the document ‘fails to adequately distinguish between people who enter Australia illegally and those who come to Australia the right way,’ noting the frequent observation that the paper does not differentiate between legal and illegal migration.”
Benjamin Netanyahu also said Tuesday, “We are committed to guarding our borders against illegal migrants. This is what we have done, and this is what we will continue to do.”
Switzerland has announced that it will postpone a decision on signing.
“These announcements followed by several days other similar messages from European nations Poland and Austria, who in turn stated their opposition to the document which both emphasizes the ‘inevitable, necessary, and desirable’ nature of massive movements of people, and calls on signatories to ‘prevent’ campaigning against mass migration in ‘the context of electoral campaigns.’
Poland’s Interior Minister Joachim Brudzinski said in October, “the draft of the agreement does not contain adequately strong guarantees of [nations’] sovereign right to decide who comes into their territory and [nor does it] distinguish legal and illegal migration.”
“We want Poles to be safe in their country.”
“The plan has been repeatedly defended in the mainstream media and in the halls of government with claims that the articles set out in the document are not legally binding, however expert legal opinion suggests that while the document is drafted as “non-binding”, it is written in a way that creates a legal framework.”
He said: “…lawyers use this pact as a reference tool to try to guide them… This has already occurred in international or national jurisdictions to refer to instruments that are not legally binding.”