The Migration Pact Watch

ThisisEngland
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Everyone read this post- it is very important.

Our Primeminister Treason May is about to sign us up to the United Nations Migration pact- this overrides the United Nations Geneva Convention which is a successful piece of international legislation where refugees are required to apply for asylum in the nearest safe country- there is logic in it. In otherwords if Libya was in a civil war the nearest safe country is Tunisia not Italy, Italian towns such as Palermo have took a hammering with the amount of refugees NGO's have brought to their shores illegally.

The Migration Pact supersedes this piece of legislation and it makes immigration a basic human right- most countries said they are not endorsing the migration pact yet Theresa May brings it upon herself to sign us up to a piece of legislation which binds us by international law to mass migration. It also makes any argument against immigration illegal-it classifies it as hate speech it's a disgrace! As a country which has had a population growth of circa 5 million in the last 15 years we should be looking at limiting migration.

A recent piece of research conducted by the migration observatory shows that 57.5% are against the current levels of Migration

25.3% want migration lowered by a little
32.2% want immigration significantly reduced.

This is why Teresa May is misjudging public opinion a clear majority want lower migration- she will get slaughtered in the next election. 70% of Tory voters are brexit voters who want lower mirgration she will lose them to the far right as a result of not being able to judge the mood of the nation.

May will sign this document off and throw our nation under a bus- 100,000 have signed the petition against the migration pact, make sure you sign it too.

https://petition.parliament.uk/petit...-iBaHtTgK_x5AY
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You are a very confused individual.

(Original post by ThisisEngland)
Our Primeminister Treason May is about to sign us up to the United Nations Migration pact- this overrides the United Nations Geneva Convention which is a successful piece of international legislation
The GCP is not a treaty, it's a non-binding agreement. It does not override existing treaties.

The Geneva Convention has nothing to do with migration. It is the multilateral agreement for humanitarian treatment in wartime. It is also a treaty, not legislation.

You are probably thinking of the 1951 Refugee Convention, but again the GCP does not supercede this.

(Original post by ThisisEngland)
where refugees are required to apply for asylum in the nearest safe country- there is logic in it. In otherwords if Libya was in a civil war the nearest safe country is Tunisia not Italy, Italian towns such as Palermo have took a hammering with the amount of refugees NGO's have brought to their shores illegally.
This is not a UN law, it is EU protocol.

(Original post by ThisisEngland)
The Migration Pact supersedes this piece of legislation
Nope.

(Original post by ThisisEngland)
and it makes immigration a basic human right
Also nope.

(Original post by ThisisEngland)
most countries said they are not endorsing the migration pact
So far I believe there are 11 UN countries (out of 193) who are refusing the pact, with others still undecided. Notably this includes the US, who haven't been involved with the pact at all as Trump disagrees with it.

(Original post by ThisisEngland)
Theresa May brings it upon herself to sign us up to a piece of legislation which binds us by international law to mass migration.
Nothing has been signed yet.

This is not legislation and does not bind us to international law about anything.

(Original post by ThisisEngland)
It also makes any argument against immigration illegal-it classifies it as hate speech it's a disgrace!
Also untrue, insfoar as I can tell. There is a bit about "eliminate all forms of discrimination", i.e. making sure that hate crime against migrants is considered illegal, which in the UK it already is as far as I know.

(Original post by ThisisEngland)
As a country which has had a population growth of circa 5 million in the last 15 years we should be looking at limiting migration.
The UN pact does not call on countries to increase (or sustain) current net migration.

(Original post by ThisisEngland)
May will sign this document off and throw our nation under a bus- 100,000 have signed the petition against the migration pact, make sure you sign it too.
You are of course free to protest the pact all you want, but from what I can tell it's pretty benign. All the "controversy" about it seems to stem from the fact that it calls on member states to treat migrants as actual human beings and not second-class citizens. Or in other words, if you let someone into your club, you don't get to treat them like cattle.
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(Original post by Dez)
Nothing has been signed yet.

This is not legislation and does not bind us to international law about anything.
No point in signing it then, if we do it will mean we have to just wave immigrants in. It is big business behind all this, really.
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No point in signing it then, if we do it will mean we have to just wave immigrants in.
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It is big business behind all this, really.
If you don't want big business controlling goverment decisions, you probably shouldn't vote in the most pro-business party in the UK to government.
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What is the U.N. migration pact?

The nonbinding agreement is the result of a broader plan, agreed to two years ago by all 193 members of the United Nations, with the aim of making migration more humane and orderly. The years before the agreement were dominated by news of refugees and migrants dying in the Mediterranean and Aegean seas as they tried to make their way to safer countries in Europe.

Although regulations exist to prevent the exploitation of refugees who flee war or prosecution, there is no agency that monitors the exploitation of migrants who leave their countries for economic reasons. The U.N. pact is supposed to create conditions that would make migration a more orderly process and prevent a repeat of some of the chaotic scenes that marked the past few years.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world...=.acfd5d096a88

So the UN Migration Pact is yet another initiative aiming at further liberalisation of immigration policies and faciitaing the movement of migrants en masse into the western world. There was a time when 'the left' were actually pretty much against the concept, fearing the impact on the working classes they used to represent but that has now ben replaced by... the new left. They have no working class-roots at the high instances anymore, educated as they have all been to the point of illumination.
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No thanks . It's the last thing I would want . This country has seen enough .
Send em all to RussIa or Romania where they can culturally enrich the natives there .
I'm sure the skills they possess will enhance the nation as a whole . They're happy ...and I'm happy . No more .
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This is a very good video explaining just how appalling and terrible this "Pact" is. It isn't legally binding, it is true, but that is the direction of travel so we must nip it in the bud. Just say no, sign the petition, lobby your MP.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WRszRZBfYw
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