Macron and Merkel want to flood Europe with new flows of migrants
The readiness of the French government to sign The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) is viewed by the leader of the National Front, Marine Le Pen, as an “act of treason”. A number of European countries - such as Austria, the Czech Republic, and Hungary - have already refused to sign the Covenant, equating economic and political refugees.
The signing of the UN Migration Pact causes a silent horror among the French patriots. The leader of the National Front, Marine Le Pen, called treason the readiness of President Emmanuel Macron to sign this document as an act of treason.
Le Pen believes that this Pact will prevent the French parliament from passing laws that toughen migration, “criminalize those who resist migration,” and create a legal framework that will become a “point of no return”.
What is The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM)?
The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) is a contract involving 193 countries. The agreement will be signed on December 10-11 at the intergovernmental conference in Moroccan Marrakesh. The Covenant contains 23 targets and 85 prescriptions obliging countries to protect migrants. Migration is estimated as a positive phenomenon, referred to as "a factor of prosperity, innovation and sustainable development." It is part of "human rights." Therefore, the countries of the world must respect migration in the same way as human rights.
If we talk in more detail, the Pact declares the fight against discrimination of migrants, guarantees them social services, protection and integration in the receiving countries and considers it illegal to accommodate visitors in special camps. Further more. The distinction between those who are called “economic migrants” and refugees is being erased. That is, an African who came to work in Europe has in fact the same right to accommodation and protection as the Syrian fleeing from the American bombs in Deir ez-Zor.
Currently, there are up to 70 million refugees in the world, 52% of whom are children. The global adoption of the UN Pact will stimulate new movements of people from the poor and growing demographic South to the rich and sparsely populated North: from Africa to Europe, from South America to the USA and Canada, from South and Central Asia to Russia . The European experience of receiving 2 million refugees - it would seem a miser compared with the 500 million people of the Old World - has already shown the social and political upheavals that mass migration between regions with incompatible cultures leads to.
Mass rape in Germany, acts of terrorism with the hands of bandits hiding in a crowd of refugees, the “right list” in Austria and Italy are manifestations of an artificially created refugee crisis in the EU in 2015. But imagine the "refugee crisis" on a global scale. The main threat to the Migration Pact is that it is another blow to national sovereignty, identity and traditional way of those countries that obey the new UN rules.
Who is for, who is against?
That is why some countries are already sounding the alarm and have declared that they will not sign the agreement. The list of "refusers" includes the USA, Israel, Switzerland, Australia, Hungary, Poland, Estonia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Croatia and Austria.
Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš has repeatedly stated that his country will not sign the Pact, because it blurs the line between legal and illegal migration. The Slovak Parliament says that economic migration carries enormous risks to the security of the country, Europe and the whole world. It would seem that Australia is a country of migrants, but it is also afraid that an international treaty "will lead to an increase in the flow of illegal migration." Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Siyarto is confident that the UN is trying to present migration as a “natural, continuous and positive process” that needs to be stimulated, although in reality it represents a danger to Hungary and the European Union.
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini also said that "the Italian government will not sign anything," until he receives the good of the parliament. And the Italian parliament for the most part is also against the UN document. The United States withdrew from the negotiations in 2017, because Donald Trump considers the agreement to be incompatible with the migration policy of the States.
On the other, the liberal flank, there are calls in support of the global immigration treaty and criticism of the "otkazniki". French President Emmanuel Macron believes that the Pact responds to the "spirit of Europe." German Chancellor Angela Merkel justifies the document by saying that the problem of migration cannot be solved alone, and the joint efforts of all countries are required. The European Commission expressed regret that a number of member countries, including Austria, refuse to sign it. The “motor of European integration” actually imposes on Europeans a “global responsibility” for migration. At the level of the continent, this responsibility is already expressed by special quotas, in accordance with which the EU member states must take 160 thousand migrants from Greece and Italy. Eastern Europe, despite the threat of Brussels sanctions, still resists the reception of illegal immigrants.