Analysing the UN Migration Pact – A Result of anti-Western Attitudes

If you are not already aware of it, the UN has recently proposed a new migration pact with the aim to convince as many member countries as possible to sign it as possible in order to secure the migration influx into the West. Many people fear it would more or less mean open borders for the West if our countries were to sign it in december.

 

 

The opposition towards the UN Migration Pact is gaining momentum as The Progress Party (FrP) in Norway says no to The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM). The parliamentary party group of Progress Party held a meeting concerning GCM on Wednesday, Oct. 17.

FrP’s immigration policy spokesman Jon Helgheim said they reject the agreement.

“We do not see the need for such an agreement” he was quoted as saying, adding that its representatives in the coalition government have not yet decided.

The Progress Party is part of a minority government coalition with The Conservative Party (Høyre) and centre-right Liberal (Venstre) and no official statement has been released from the government on whether it will join GCM in December.

Only the USA and Hungary voted against, when the UN 13th of July this year agreed to GCM. Since then Australia rejected it and the interior minister of Poland has advised Poland to pull out from the deal.

In Austria, both The Freedom Party (FPÖ) and the People’s Party (ÖVP) has announced that they will not sign the deal in its present form. According to the Austrian Chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, also Danish authorities has expressed worries regarding the deal.

What we believe

We believe that the push for this agreement would not have taken place had it not been for the anti-Western, anti-white and generally European hostile attitudes that so many of the politically correct establishment currently have.

Associating Europeans with colonization, slavery, racism and oppression leads to anti-white and anti-Western attitudes. These attitudes in turn create a negative outlook on Europeans and contributes to take away the will to work for a ethnic cultural continuation for the European nations.

Associating Europeans with slavery, racism and oppression can lead to some very negative thinking. If the Europeans are essentially evil would it not be better with a world without them?

This is Europa believes in fighting these negative anti-European attitudes. We also want to show how a more pro-Western and nation-friendly attitudes could have been manifested in documents like these. For example, instead of this pact, the UN could adopt The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Remigration.

We also would like to show how they could write had they had a more positive outlook on the West:

The UN suggest: “We commit to eliminate all forms of discrimination, condemn and counter expressions, acts and manifestations of racism, racial discrimination, violence, xenophobia and related intolerance against all migrants in conformity with international human rights law.”

We Suggest: “We commit to eliminate all forms of discrimination, condemn and counter expressions, acts and manifestations of anti-Western and anti-white attitudes and related intolerance against all Europeans in conformity with international human rights law.“

The UN suggest: “We must generate greater predictability and certainty for States, communities and migrants alike. To achieve this, we commit to facilitate and ensure safe, orderly and regular migration for the benefit of all.”

We suggest: “We must generate greater predictability and certainty for States, communities and migrants alike. To achieve this, we commit to facilitate and ensuring closing borders and initiating safe, orderly and regular remigration for the benefit of all.”

The anti-white attitudes are also reflected in the UN push for Replacement Migration. We also reject the anti-European notion of Replacement Migration that the UN favors. We seek to counter and eliminate the anti-European and anti-white attitudes and work for Western friendly attitudes. We believe in changing these attitudes.

There where many campaigns in order to reduce births in the West, and if it can be done here, the UN could certainly initiate these campaigns in the parts of the world where this is needed more. The possibilities are clearly there, but because the UN constitutes of people who generally are politically correct and therefore have anti-Western and anti-white views it seems natural that the UN would favor policies that reduce and replace the Western white population. That is because it is the Western white population that has been associated with racism and oppression.

Instead of replacing the European population we should rather work for increasing the births in Europe and reallocate the effort of birth control to parts of the world where it is needed.

 

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