DAILYKENN.com -- Austria's nationalist government is refusing to "blur the line between legal and illegal migration," according to Reuters.
"The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration was approved in July by all 193 member nations except the United States, which backed out last year," the report said.
The globalist agenda appears to be destroying Western culture which it deems an impediment to its objectives. By flooding Western Europe with low-intelligent "migrants" from Africa and the middle east, the region will become more malleable. The same holds true for the USA where 22-million illegal aliens currently reside and thousands of low-intellect insurgents are parading in an invasion caravan towards America's border with Mexico.
|Conspiracy theory? In 2016 George Soros|
penned an op/ed for The Wall Street Journal
admitting to funding insurgents in Europe.
In 2016 globalist George Soros pledged $500-million to assist Islamic insurgents in Europe posing as refugees. The United Nations numbered the total count of "refugees" in 2015 at 65.3-million. [source]
From Reuters ▼ Francois Murphy
Hungary’s right-wing government has since said it will not sign the final document at a ceremony in Morocco in December. Poland, which has also clashed with Brussels by resisting national quotas for asylum seekers, has said it is considering the same step.
“Austria will not join the U.N. migration pact,” said Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, a conservative and immigration hard-liner who governs in coalition with the far-right Freedom Party.
“We view some points of the migration pact very critically, such as the mixing up of seeking protection with labor migration,” said Kurz, who argues that migrants rescued in the Mediterranean should not be brought straight to Europe.
U.N. Special Representative for International Migration Louise Arbour called the move regrettable and mistaken and said the compact simply aimed to improve the management of cross-border movements of people.
“It is no possible sense of the word an infringement on state sovereignty - it is not legally binding, it’s a framework for cooperation,” she told Reuters.
Vienna currently holds the rotating presidency of the European Union, a role that usually involves playing a mediating role to bridge divisions within the bloc. Instead its move highlighted the disagreements on migration that have blighted relations among the 28 member states for years.
The Austrian government is concerned that signing up to the pact, even though it is not binding, could eventually help lead to the recognition of a “human right to migration”. The text of a cabinet decision formally approving its move on Wednesday said it would argue against such a right.
“We reject any movement in that direction,” Freedom Party leader and Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache told a news conference after the weekly cabinet meeting.
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