The Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert is warning that UN member states, including Australia, are expected to sign the so-called “Global Compact for Migration” this December in Morocco, which claims that migration is a “human right”.
Free West Media reports, the draft text for the so-called Global Compact for Migration for UN member states is more or less a globalist project where all signatory states declare their will to abolish the current different categories of migrants in order to declare migration a blanket “human right”.
National leaders unwilling to sign include US President Donald Trump and Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban. They have both declared that they will not sign the Global Compact and as recently as yesterday, they have been joined by the leaders of Austria, the Czech Republic and Poland.
If this international agreement is implemented by signatory states, it practically means an end to controlled migration and borders as we know them and no longer distinguishes between refugees and migrants. It invites a scenario of "The Camp of the Saints".
It would mean that even illegal migrants could no longer be deported and it will end the very concept of an “illegal immigrant”.
Illegal border crossings will no longer be considered a crime – since migration will be considered a “human right”.
The draft for the Global Compact took 18 months to finalise and was approved in July by 191 UN member nations except the United States, which pulled out last year saying it was “inconsistent with US immigration and refugee policies”.
Hungary resisted too saying, “This document is entirely against Hungary’s security interests.”
Rikki says it's vitally important that Australians are awake to international agreements that our politicians try to sign us up to - especially those agreements so brazenly globalist, designed to fundamentally usurp a signatory nation's borders and sovereignty, as this one will.
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