UN Migration pact

Joker62

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You do of course mean the EUSSR?.

If true, this site is doomed, doomed I tell yer, along with about half the British media.

Full-on communism here we come?. So much for freedom of expression.
 
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It would seem that both the EU and UN are becoming instruments of Sovietisation in the "free" world. The EU we all know about, and it isn't known as the EUSSR for nothing. The UN, well it is well-known for corruption, but going full-on communist is a leap even for them.

What's next for criminalisation? private property ( unless owned by a politician)?
 
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The outrage bus is out early?

Some air-head retweets a far right politicos scaremongering - because that is what that presser is - and the easily fooled are all over it.

Mugs.
 
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So there's an agreement between national govts for the purpose of dealing with the migration problem more effectively. It appears that national legislatures have to pass a vote on it in order to participate, & even then it's still not legally binding.

I'm not sure what the tweeter's carrying on about though.
 
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Will there be a civil war if May and the other globalists leave us in the EU after March? Or are too many people into their kumbaya 37 gendered global warming politics? I guess the point of Socialism is to introduce communism slowely so no one notices.

We already unofficially have Islamic Blasphemy laws in the UK and it seems they want to formalise the definition of 'Islamophobia' as a form of racism (which it very obviouslt isn't). This seems to be a direct response to Gerard Batten and UKIP hiring Tommy Robinson.
 
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It was suggested I model tinfoil hats on other threads, when I suggested the UN were collaborating with and facilitating the sudden influx of migrants in the past 25 years and countries were willing to turn a blind eye.. All that is happening is its moving out into the open, because of resistance and the policy needs to be made official to move opposition onto a legal ground where action can be taken at some future date.
 
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It was suggested I model tinfoil hats on other threads, when I suggested the UN were collaborating with and facilitating the sudden influx of migrants in the past 25 years and countries were willing to turn a blind eye.. All that is happening is its moving out into the open, because of resistance and the policy needs to be made official to move opposition onto a legal ground where action can be taken at some future date.
The ECHR recently stated that 'Calling Mohammed a paedophile' is not covered by free speech. If Monty Python were active today they'd have to all be arrested for hate speech in order to not make it look like Medieval Islamic Blasphemy Laws were being applied in Europe. It's like people forgot about Charlie Hebdo.

If the people who want Sharia Law out number the people who don't (in a democratic country), then by the rules of democracy we've already lost.

I think the people trying to drag down the west are doing so because we're too compentant, and they are doing it via the back door to take advantage of the fact that people in the west are essentially 'good people'.

Douglas Murray was/is right.
 
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The ECHR recently stated that 'Calling Mohammed a paedophile' is not covered by free speech. If Monty Python were active today they'd have to all be arrested for hate speech in order to not make it look like Medieval Islamic Blasphemy Laws were being applied in Europe. It's like people forgot about Charlie Hebdo.

If the people who want Sharia Law out number the people who don't (in a democratic country), then by the rules of democracy we've already lost.

I think the people trying to drag down the west are doing so because we're too compentant, and they are doing it via the back door to take advantage of the fact that people in the west are essentially 'good people'.

Douglas Murray was/is right.
Look at the posting from endure; people are either clueless, or complicit in the fraud been perpetrated.. You are perfectly correct, bring in any law and it will be interpreted as widely as possible and whatever reassurance are made at the time, they are essentially worthless over time.

People worship money and the global economy/Ponzi scheme likes free movement, it started in Europe and is slowly ramping up across the world. The do gooders who love the developing world are on side to the exploitation because it takes the strain off developing countries.
 

overopensights

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A point for discussion: A Jewish professor/ philosopher in Buchenwald concentration camp in 1940 maintained that migration has since biblical times been from East to West, He mentioned that the only people to go against this trend was the British in forming their Empire.
 
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That would be the compact that's not legally binding and that any country can ignore if they so choose?

"She stressed the compact is not binding and, after its formal adoption next month, “there is not a single member state that is obligated to do anything that it doesn’t want to.” "

"Under far-right pressure, Europe retreats from UN migration pact"
Of course they are having a public signing of the pact in Morocco by representatives of numerous countries for a document that no one is going to follow, and has no value what so ever, of course.
 
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The outrage bus is out early?

Some air-head retweets a far right politicos scaremongering - because that is what that presser is - and the easily fooled are all over it.

Mugs.
That is what the more informed commentators say in Germany. Apart from which the pact is not legally binding, and in a belt and braces job the German Bundestag added an annex stating that the pact shall not be legally binding in Germany.
 
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The ECHR recently stated that 'Calling Mohammed a paedophile' is not covered by free speech. If Monty Python were active today they'd have to all be arrested for hate speech in order to not make it look like Medieval Islamic Blasphemy Laws were being applied in Europe. It's like people forgot about Charlie Hebdo.

If the people who want Sharia Law out number the people who don't (in a democratic country), then by the rules of democracy we've already lost.

I think the people trying to drag down the west are doing so because we're too compentant, and they are doing it via the back door to take advantage of the fact that people in the west are essentially 'good people'.

Douglas Murray was/is right.

These figures below - although 6 years old - show that you're talking shite

741 million people in Europe - 72% identify as Christian

According to another survey about Religiosity in the European Union from 2012 by Eurobarometer, Christianity was the largest religion in the European Union (accounting for 72% of the EU population), Catholics were with 48% the largest Christian group in EU, Protestants made up 12%, Eastern Orthodox made up 8% and other.
 

seaweed

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I assume TM will sign this drivel as a piece of virtue signalling and our Govt ill then stick to the letter of it while everyone else ignores it, and we shall as usual be the losers.
 
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A point for discussion: A Jewish professor/ philosopher in Buchenwald concentration camp in 1940 maintained that migration has since biblical times been from East to West, He mentioned that the only people to go against this trend was the British in forming their Empire.
Nations certainly not, I can think of the Crusades, the Knightly Orders into Lithuania and Baltic, Alexander the Great, Romans are other instances.

Individuals and family migrations he is probably right. The problem is the flow and cultural clashes.. I also think London has been a bit naughty by moving them around the country, when its London who is the driver in this country for immigration.
 

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