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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 29 Nov 2018 01:10 #11526

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The UN Migration Pact has surely caused an international uproar. Countries choosing not to sign it having confirmed, or indicating they are rethinking signing, are Australia, Poland, Israel, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, and Croatia all following the United States’ lead in withdrawing.

The pact seeks to normalise mass, illegal immigration forever under the auspices of the UN.

This would lead one to believe that Britain’s ruling Conservative Party, having made pledges to reduce immigration “from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands” in the 2010, 2015, and 2017 general election manifestos, would be on that list.

There are very good reasons to conclude that the UK will indeed sign the UN Migration Compact as there has been no discussion on the approval of it by the government in July this year. Perhaps this is to avoid a crisis such as was in Belgium, yet it seems it has been silently agreed upon.

Migration Watch UK, lead by British peer Lord Green of Deddington, has said of the pact having submitted two parliamentary questions to the government this week:

“The UK Government should make it clear that it will not sign… If they have any regard for their election promises it would be entirely hypocritical to do so.”

voiceofeurope.com/2018/11/british-goverment-breaks-promises-and-will-sign-un-migration-pact/

For those of you who dont know what the Migration Pact will mean for us its esentialy the end of our borders it will make migration a human right and mean we cant reject migrants and it gets worse...............
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 29 Nov 2018 01:23 #11527

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UN pact will legalise mass migration and criminalise criticism of migration, ENF group warns

MEP Marcel de Graaff, Co-President of the ENF and leader of the Party for Freedom in the European Parliament, held a press conference regarding the UN Migration Compact of Marrakesh.

In his speech de Graaff warns for the UN’s plans with the compact as it will make criticising migration a criminal offence and will lead to legalising mass migration.

The Europe of Nations and Freedom co-President calls it “a coup d’etat of pro-migration liberal globalists, which will greatly benefit multinationals”. (full press conference below)



I don't know about you guys but I voted leave so we could have better control over our borders this migration pact will mean we left the EU for nothing :angry:
And you will notice we are not being asked our opinion how do the British people feel about this ? no this is going to be imposed upon you and if you think your oppressed now wait till you cant even speak out about the very thing your unhappy about.

I hope you guys are starting to get worried coz this is pretty alarming shit.
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 29 Nov 2018 14:07 #11533

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Anne Marie Waters speaks alot of sense. Not sure where the tipping point is but it must be getting close else we may as well turn off the lights in this country.
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 29 Nov 2018 14:26 #11535

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This could have Very Far Reaching and Devastating Consequences,
As I see it, this means unlimited Migration into the UK, that already is unable to cope with it,
Job Seekers be warned, After Brexit it is Very Likely the Minimum Wage will be scrapped.
New Immigrants from Eastern Europe will be happy to Work for £3 per Hour Or Less, Living in crowded and Unlicensed
Hostels, Forcing down Costs for Business, Before you know it you will be forced by your Work Roach to apply for jobs
Paying £3 per hour Or Less, If you Dont, A Sanction will quickly follow.
Sweat Box Britain; Coming Soon.
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 30 Nov 2018 14:07 #11604

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Dave's latest video paints a grim picture of this bleak future if this isn't stopped and sends a clear message that it is time to speak up.



And if you want to make your voice heard over this you can sign the petition here for a start, save Britain from the third world.

www.change.org/p/theresa-may-mp-stop-the-united-nations-migration-pact?signed=true
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 01 Dec 2018 08:50 #11626

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Paul-UB40 wrote:
This could have Very Far Reaching and Devastating Consequences,
As I see it, this means unlimited Migration into the UK, that already is unable to cope with it,
Job Seekers be warned, After Brexit it is Very Likely the Minimum Wage will be scrapped.
New Immigrants from Eastern Europe will be happy to Work for £3 per Hour Or Less, Living in crowded and Unlicensed
Hostels, Forcing down Costs for Business, Before you know it you will be forced by your Work Roach to apply for jobs
Paying £3 per hour Or Less, If you Dont, A Sanction will quickly follow.
Sweat Box Britain; Coming Soon.
I don't get your logic, Paul.

You voted for Brexit because you didn't want the smelly East Europeans to steal "our" jobs (jobs that you admittedly never wanted in the first place).

Now that you have your beloved Brexit, you still blame the smelly East Europeans for driving wages down? Where do you see these hordes of EE immigrants flooding the country, if countless reports have shown that EU migrants are actually leaving the country?

And how does this affect you, Paul?
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 01 Dec 2018 09:54 #11627

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You voted for Brexit because you didn't want the smelly East Europeans to steal "our" jobs

what brexit we are practically not leaving the EU we being turned in to a vassal state for the EU and the key motivation behind the breixit vote was largely motivated by immigration policy witch is going to be ignored if this pact gets through.
and what migrants are leaving the UK coz i suspect its students and the likes going home and not the economic migrants we are being burdened with that are the real issue for most people
would love to see those stat's if you have them Miguel but I suspect the ones going home a real EU citizens the ones that aren't are the paper EU citizens.
And there is no denying that migration and growing population is damaging to the labour market and our potential to leverage our labour for higher pay there's no getting round this and the reality is populations would have gone up with our without migration but it sure as hell isn't helping.
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 01 Dec 2018 19:56 #11643

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[quote="miguel1975"
You voted for Brexit because you didn't want the smelly East Europeans to steal "our" jobs (jobs that you admittedly never wanted in the first place).
Now that you have your beloved Brexit, you still blame the smelly East Europeans for driving wages down? Where do you see these hordes of EE immigrants flooding the country, if countless reports have shown that EU migrants are actually leaving the country?
And how does this affect you, Paul?[/quote]


Im looking (I Hope) at the Bigger Picture, There is a Hell of a lot of Uncertainty over the Results of Brexit,
The Outcome will effect me the same way as its Likely to effect many Others, Sky High Inflation, Food Shortages as the Ques of Lorry s Bringing Supply s into Britain get longer and longer.
At the Moment we just Dont Know,
I know one thing It Will Not Benefit anyone on here. :(
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 05 Dec 2018 06:48 #11808

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Was checking up on the progress of the petition and noticed theres multipul petitions on the issue and it looks like the one i originally linked isn't the main official petition.

Here is a list of all the official petitions for every country so if you have friends overseas you can let them know and id recommend signing the UK's official petition its gathering much more momentum.

voiceofeurope.com/2018/12/here-they-are-the-national-petitions-against-the-un-migration-pact-did-you-sign/

oh and I noticed we can sign for Ireland as well :P
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 05 Dec 2018 10:22 #11820

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Can recommend reading Douglas Murry's book The strange death of europe. Grim reading and ive not read the lot yet.

. Short and to the point. If this gets passed we are done for. A few who i respect already think we are :angry:
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 05 Dec 2018 10:33 #11821

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its always darkest before the dawn TW35 this petition will force them to discuss it in parliament and we will have a chance to see there arguments and see who is willing to sell us out and who is in our side,
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 05 Dec 2018 17:26 #11836

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100,563 signatures

100,000
Parliament will consider this for a debate

Parliament considers all petitions that get more than 100,000 signatures for a debate

Waiting for less than a day for a debate date
Government will respond

Government responds to all petitions that get more than 10,000 signatures

Waiting for 11 days for a government response

Now lets see if they ignore the petition or not :angry:
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 08 Dec 2018 06:35 #11903

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Government responded and its not looking good or likely they will even open it for debate in parliment :angry:

here is what they had to say

The Global Compact for Migration will support global co-operation on migration without affecting the sovereignty of all countries to control their own borders.

Uncontrolled migration erodes public confidence, damages economies, and places those on the move in situations of intense vulnerability. The UK is taking significant steps to tackle uncontrolled migration by:

- Addressing the root causes of migration, through our targeted assistance for livelihoods, healthcare, education and economic development
- Tackling modern slavery and organised immigration crime
- Supporting enhanced border management
- Providing critical humanitarian support and protection for vulnerable migrants, as well as offering voluntary return and vital reintegration support to those wishing to return home
- Supporting refugees to stay in a first safe country through our humanitarian and development work in Africa, the Middle East and Asia

The Global Compact for Migration embeds these efforts within the global system, enhances cooperation between states, and sets out ways that countries may choose to deliver these objectives.

The Compact is not legally binding. It creates a framework to allow countries to work together to make global migration more beneficial for everyone.

It respects the sovereignty of all states to decide who enters their territory. It will not affect our ability to determine and implement our own migration policies, including in areas such as asylum, border controls and returns of illegal migrants.

It does not establish a ‘human right to migrate’ or create any new legal categories of migrant. It explicitly stresses that migrants are entitled to the same universal human rights as any human being, and that these are different to the legal protections available to refugees.

Too many people, including vulnerable women and girls, are taking risky journeys to migrate through dangerous channels. The Compact will help us take important steps to keep migrants around the world safer and to protect the most vulnerable, by supporting international cooperation on the protection of migrants, in line with our obligations under international law. It outlines ways of preventing exploitation, and of combating the heinous crime of modern slavery.

A key objective of the document is to support cooperation on reducing uncontrolled migration. It sets out the responsibility of countries of origin to ensure effective control of their borders, and to cooperate in accepting the return of their nationals when they no longer have the right to remain in another country. Furthermore, the text also calls on countries of origin to work with the international community to address the drivers of irregular migration, by creating economic opportunities for populations in source countries, and improving governance and respect for the rule of law.

When migration is safe and regular, it can bring great prosperity. The Compact also sets out possible actions to harness the economic benefits of safer, regular migration, for example by reducing the costs of remittances that migrants send home. These can foster economic development in source countries, helping to address some of the causes of migration.

The Compact is the result of months of intergovernmental negotiations. Though it is legally non-binding and no country can be compelled to conform with its provisions, we are aware that a small number of countries have chosen not to endorse it. We respect this choice and note that countries will be able to endorse the Compact, or cooperate with other states on delivering its objectives, at any point in the future.

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like i said these laws are going to be forced on you like it or not :angry:
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 08 Dec 2018 09:55 #11906

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So...... The UK will be an Islamic State in 10 Years. :angry:
No more Beers after work, No more popular music, Goodby to fashion, Think I will migrate OUT of Britain. :(
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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 08 Dec 2018 11:47 #11910

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Anyone would think they would want a cival war. A absolute car crash. Im only 37 and def believe ive had my best days. Goverment are crooks of the highest order. We are the ones who will be mixing with those who want to chop us up, throw us off buildings or stone us to death. You cannot import this ideolgy and expect it to end well.
On a lighter note this video makes me chuckle. Whilst we can just about laugh or joke about religion.

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British goverment ‘breaks promises’ and will sign UN Migration Pact 08 Dec 2018 12:58 #11911

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think its set to be signed on the 10th what a dark day for every country around the world who signs this :(

so with May's brexit deal on the 11th she will get one last spitefull blow in on the way out before her deal gets rejected and she gets shown the door

its sad to say but its looking like its time we just bailed on the human rights act altogether and dare I say it but the Tory's idea of a British bill of rights is starting to sound appealing to me.
whoda thought human rights would be such a threat to Europe in the end
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