Bulgaria Nixes UN Border Pact
In the first go-round, all nations across the globe approved the United Nations’ Open Borders Pact except the United States, Austria and Hungary. But then Poland and the Czech Republic joined the naysayers, and now Bulgaria and Croatia have as well. In addition, there’s rising sentiment in other European nations to reject the pact, notably in Estonia, which is close to abandoning it.
The Soros-supported pact stipulates how nations will be forced to accept migrants and thereafter treat them. A draft version of the UN’s Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration – or GCM pact – was given tentative approval last July. That means that nations like China, Russia and North Korea agreed to the pact – in hopes that Europe and the U.S. would blindly fall in line. And how do you think a caravan of several thousand Muslim men of fighting age would be treated at the gates of Moscow or Beijing? Welcomed with open arms and an open checkbook from the national largesse? Dream on! More from Bill Still.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Stefan Molyneux offers an in-depth look at the UN migration compact. He says, “In December 2018, world leaders gather to sign the UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration – a disaster for Western countries which virtually eliminates property rights and free speech, enshrining the right for everyone to enter Western countries and live off the taxpayer.”