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Global Compact : Should Australia be controlled by the United Nations?

United Nations Global Compact on Migration

PM Scott Morrison recently announced the Australian Government WOULD NOT sign the ‘UN Global Compact for Migration’. (2, 3)

This was the right call by the Morrison Government, especially when a closer scrutiny uncovers many hidden dangers and traps for signatory nations.  The UN has left its original charter of peace-keeping and resettling war-refugees and has moved into the business of mass-global-migration.

Poor nations will become poorer as better-educated citizens migrate, rich nations will become poorer and less safe and capitalism will be destroyed by crime and corruption. We will return to tribalism and war between cultural power groups. The first sign of this happening – is already here!

No nation should sign a treaty that relinquishes control to an unelected body that openly seeks ultimate global control.

The US, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Austria and Australia have all refused to sign the UN Global Compact on Migration. (4,5,6,7,8)

We will unpack this ‘UN GRAB for global control’ and explain why Australia made the right decision and why it must maintain strong borders to guarantee the safety of its citizens and the prosperity of the nation, regardless of which government is in power.

Overview in brief:

The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) is designed to bring together all signatory nations into a collaborative information gathering, sharing and policy-making, machine controlled by the UN.  The GCM is a cleverly designed document which on the surface seems to tackle the issue of ever-increasing numbers of migrants.

However, on closer scrutiny it quickly becomes apparent, that actions required will severely reduce the sovereignty of signatory nations

Nations must be committed to 23 objectives and a plethora of actions severely reducing sovereignty and border control and moving them towards being governed by an external organization. 

The Global Compact Migration (GCM) provides for external organisations to access signatory states information, and requires participation in all matters of strategy, development, policy, law, propaganda and funding.

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The GCM does not address:

  • Unsustainable global population growth
  • Specifically dealing with the 64 million displaced people worldwide
  • How signatory nations will pay for their obligations under the GCM
  • Power-sharing between signatory nations – the GCM has the UN as central control
  • Peace keeping efforts to minimise wars and conflict, causing migrant movements
  • The rights of sovereign nations, and the rights of the people of sovereign nations
  • How investment in renewables will reduce migrant flows from third-world nations to first-world nations

Our observations: 

The Global Compact Migration  is a document that appears to provide a global solution for an UN- promoted, problem

The UN solution plans to make the issue of migrants and diasporas into an everyday event, so that it becomes the new norm, by creating a global network of “people relocation services”. 

The costs for signatory nations will be extremely high, resulting in higher debt and the need to apply punitive measures at home to fund their commitment to the GCM. 

This global solution encroaches on the sovereignty of all signatory nations by permitting external organisations to influence and control administrative, operational and economic functions within their borders.

The GCM is NOT a commitment of signatory nations to each other, but a commitment to an external organisation – The United Nations –  that has no sovereignty of its own.

 Borders will become obsolete, followed by the removal of culture and identity of the indigenous population. They will have no say over the future of their nation as the human rights of migrants will take primacy.

Citizens of signatory nations will have no protective leadership or national sovereignty, as the UN will assume the ultimate authority over them.

With NO tolerance for dissent under the GCM, it will be only a matter of time before the signatory nations existing systems of governance is replaced with that of the UN.

The intent of the GCM is consistent with most other UN treaties, and is the reason NO sovereign nation should sign the UN Global Compact for Migration.

 

Let us explain the objectives and the designed outcomes of the UN Global Compact.

The (numbered) objectives and their advantages are designed to:

  1. (2) force signatory nations, establish ways to monitor triggers and risks of migration; strengthen early warning systems; develop emergency procedures; launch emergency operations; and support post-emergency recovery
  2. (4) ensure access to consular documentation for nationals residing in other countries
  3. (6) reduce chances for exploitation of migrant workers
  4. (9) stop the smuggling of migrants
  5. (10) prevent and stop people trafficking
  6. (21) commit signatory nations to facilitate the safe return of migrants to their country of origin, and for these states to readmit their own nationals.

 The (numbered) objectives and their disadvantages designed to: 

  1. (1) allow information gathering, monitoring, analysis and dissemination to external organisations, then use this to drive the propaganda for migration and implementation of the UN 2030 agenda for sustainable development.
  2. (2) force signatory nations to promote the UN 2030 agenda for sustainable development and to develop resilience strategies to “sea level rises” and the potential implications on migration.
  3. (3) share information of signatory nations in a centralised national database creating an online shop for migrants. In addition to establish and promote campaigns, awareness-raising events, and pre-departure orientation training for further propaganda.
  4. (4) force signatory nations to improve civil registry systems with a specific focus on “unregistered persons” and nationals residing in other countries. This will increase monitoring and reduce privacy of nationals.
  5. (5) create pathways through signatory’s borders via a labour market in compliance with International Labour Law. This removes borders of signatory nations thru ‘labour mobility schemes.  Private sector and trade unions can analyse local labour markets, identify skill gaps, and evaluate the efficacy of labour migration policies.  This requires reduced visa and permit processing timeframes and accelerated processing for employers with a track record of compliance, allowing migrants to gain access through signatory’s borders ‘with reduced time frames and reduced security checks.
    Access to speedy family reunification for migrants at all skills levels allows migrant’s extended families through signatory nation’s borders. with reduced time and security checksExpanding academic mobility thru a range of new ways of migrating through signatory’s borders via education.
  6. (6) ensure labour mobility agreed to – is adhered to– by international guidelines and best practices. Establish mandatory, enforceable mechanisms for effective regulation and monitoring of the recruitment industry.  Establishing international membership of trade unions (promoted to migrants) under recommendations from external organisations.
  7. (8) force signatory nations to accept all incoming migrants and remove the ability to refuse or expel them. Record corpses and ensure traceability after burial in accordance with internationally accepted forensic standards, repatriating remains to their countries of origin.
  8. (11) force signatory nation’s assessment of migrants performed in cooperation with National Human Right Institutions and other relevant stakeholders.
  9. (12) require signatory nations establish referral mechanisms, improved screening and assessments at borders and places of first arrival in coordination with National Human Rights Institutions and international organizations.
  10. (13) force signatory nations promote, implement and expand alternatives to detention, designed to remove detention and screening potentially putting community safety and national security at risk
  11. (15) prevent signatory nations from discriminating against migrants on any basis including “political or other opinion” and “other grounds”.
    Establish and mandate external organisations to receive, investigate and monitor complaints from migrants if access to basic services is denied or hindered. Facilitate access to redress.Incorporate health needs of migrants facilitating affordable and non-discriminatory access, assisted by health care providers with culturally-sensitive service deliveries, under the World Health Organisation, promoting the health of refugees and migrants.Provide equitable education to migrant children and youth, across the entire education system of signatory nations including formal and non-formal programmes.
  12. (16) promote mutual respect for cultures, traditions and customs (tolerance) / promote acceptance of diversity (contrariety, contradiction, disagreement, difference, perversity).
    Establish community centres and programs for migrant participation in receiving communities. Develop business ties to improve integration and foster mutual respect.
    Support multicultural activities through sports, music, arts, culinary festivals, volunteering and other social events that facilitate mutual understanding and appreciation of different cultures.
    Introduce propaganda into school environments supporting migrant children’s aspirations and incorporating evidence-based information about migration in education curricula,  in order to promote respect for diversity and inclusion, and prevent all forms of discrimination, including racism, xenophobia and intolerance. 
  1. (17) limit signatory nation’s freedom of speech or freedom of expression in relation to migrants and establish laws, mechanisms and propaganda to enforce, punish and ensure no one can think differently towards a migrant other than the opinions that the UN promotes

To enact, implement or maintain legislation that penalizes hate crimes and aggravated hate crimes targeting migrants.  Train law enforcement and other public officials to identify, prevent and respond to such crimes and other acts of violence that target migrants.

Promote independent, objective and quality reporting by MSM and internet media outlets, by sensitizing and educating media professionals on migration-related issues and terminology.  Invest in ethical reporting standards and advertising –stop allocation of public funding to media outlets that systematically promote intolerance, xenophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination towards migrants.

Detect and respond to racial, ethnic and religious profiling (to summarize a person in writing) of migrants by public authorities, as well as systematic instances of intolerance, xenophobia, racism and all other forms of discrimination in partnership with National Human Rights Institutions.

Force ‘awareness-raising’ campaigns for communities of origin, transit and destination to inform public perceptions regarding the positive contributions of safe, orderly and regular migration, to end racism, xenophobia and stigmatization against all migrants.

Engage migrants, political, religious and ALL community leaders and service providers to detect and prevent incidences of intolerance, racism, xenophobia, and other forms of discrimination against migrants and diasporas. Support activities to promote mutual respect, including in the context of electoral campaigns.

  1. (18) force signatory nations recognise and accept external education, experience and skills as being equivalent to their own national standards to artificially increase the employability of migrants in their destinations. This will lead to further agreements such as labour mobility or trade agreements, to provide equivalence or comparability in national systems of standards.

Build global skills partnerships with other countries with a view to prepare trainees for employability in the labour markets, which coincides with the slice and dice’’ approach of the UN towards what nations may or may not do within their own borders (i.e. Australia becoming nothing more than a natural resource, with farming, manufacturing and many industries destroyed).

Opening access to migrants via exchange programmes within education, academia, professional, trainee and apprenticeships that include options for beneficiaries to seek employment which will flood local markets with job seekers and entrepreneurship start-ups.

  1. (19) commit signatory nations to harness the benefits of migration as a source of sustainable development, committed to ensure the full and effective implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda.

Enable political participation and engagement of migrants in their countries of origin by establishing voting registries for citizens abroad, and by parliamentary representation.

Migration policies that optimize the benefits of diasporas by facilitating flexible modalities to travel, work and invest with minimal administrative burdens, including reviewing and revising visa, residency and citizenship regulations.

  1. (20) further enable remittances from migrants in destinations back to their origins, encouraging         migrants to work and send the money back to their family and/or country of origin.
  1. (22) establish portability of social security entitlements and earned benefits through establishing or maintaining non-discriminatory national social protection systems for nationals and migrants, in line with International Labour Organisation Recommendation 202 on social protection floors.
  2. (23) commit signatory nations to support each other in the realization of the objectives and commitments laid out in previous objectives and commits to the propaganda of the mutually reinforcing nature between the Global Compact and existing international legal and policy frameworks, particularly the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development as well as the Addis Ababa Action Agenda.

 Our final comment:

Diversity is the celebrated platform underpinning the GCM, to enforce acceptance of different opinions and beliefs, even if contrary to one’s own (opinions and beliefs)

Under the GCM people will have no unique safe space or place of core cultural identity, as the universe becomes a global village of diversity, forcing everyone to accept and celebrate ALL foreign beliefs and practices.

There will be no collective of people creating a nation among themselves, with their own culture, history, art and science. 

The future will be a world of sameness with no ‘unique- differences’ between cultures to celebrate and protect.

Instead of belonging to a country, we may eventually belong to a global corporation, international trade union, or a socialist-style collective.

Multiculturalism could become a distant memory as the world moves towards a singular- culture globally, destroying the very societal construct promoted as beneficial by the creators of the system that eventually destroys it…. OR we could become a global village of tribes facing decades of conflict, turmoil and tragedy, as a result of the problem the GCM purports to solve.

 

Seymour Lipset said: (9)

“The history of bilingual and bicultural societies that do not assimilate are histories of turmoil, tension and tragedy.

 

 In conclusion:

No Australian Prime Minister should sign an agreement that removes sovereignty, destroys culture, reduces wealth and impacts on personal freedoms and safety.

 

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