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2018 was the year that the United Nations made it first attempt at the global governance of migration — a move rejected by patriotic countries like the United States, Hungary, Israel, and Australia.
On December 19th, 152 countries at the UN General Assembly in New York City voted in favour of adopting the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration.
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A dozen countries abstained, including Australia and Italy, and five countries voted against it, three in the European Union — the United States, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Israel.
The UN began drafting the document in response to Europe’s migrant crisis of 2015, fuelled by German Chancellor Angela Merkel unilaterally suspending the EU regular asylum rules and throwing open the gates to more than one million migrants from the Third World.
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In a robust defence of the migration document in November, Chancellor Merkel launched an attack on European nations considering rejecting the compact, calling them “nationalists” in the pejorative, claiming such countries were not “patriotic.”
Later that month it was revealed that Merkel, the architect of Europe’s migrant crisis, had been the main driving force for the international document and had been working on it as early as 2016 and while the document could not assert itself to be legally binding, Germany sought for it to be considered “politically” binding.
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Supporters of this major piece of “global governance” claimed that it will stop illegal migration, will set out a “cooperative framework” for dealing with global mass migration, and aims to protect the “human rights and fundamental freedoms of all migrants” — however, the document does not acknowledge in one instance the existence of illegal migration, the word “illegal” not appearing at all.
Likewise, the word “stop” — as in “stopping” illegal immigration or mass migration — and its derivations only appear once: in reference to...
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