Petition For Britain To Reject UN Marrakech Migration Compact Smashes 100,000 Signatures
A petition calling for the British government to refuse to sign the UN’s Global Compact on Migration, which is set to be signed next week in Marrakech, Morocco, has hit 100,000 signatures.
The petition, which was launched just last month has gained tens of thousands of signatures in the past few days, with an additional 50,000 signatures since last Saturday, is now being signed by hundreds of people every few minutes.
Among the agreement’s most controversial objectives is the aim to improve the “portability” of social security for migrants, which it is feared will increase the number of migrants sending their benefits money back to their families in their country of origin.
The compact also commits to “educating media professionals on migration-related issues”, which critics of the agreement say will lead to further restrictions on the free press surrounding the issue of migration.
Now that it has hit the critical 100,000 signatures, it must be considered for a debate in parliament, meaning MPs will be forced the defend the most controversial aspects of the agreement.
The 38-page document, which insists it is based on a history of human rights legislation, is not legally binding but sets a clear intent from national governments to increase levels of migration, setting a dangerous trend of globalism gaining power within the UN nation states.
The petition, which gained a further 10,000 signatures overnight putting it on 102,413 signatures (at the time of writing), reads: “The UN’s Intergovernmental Conference will be held in Marrakech, Morocco on 10 and 11 December 2018. Like Hungary, the UK should not sign.”
Dutch MEP Marcel de Graaff said last week: “It is declaring migration as a human right so it will, in effect, become impossible to criticise Mrs Merkel’s ‘welcome migrants’ politics without being at risk of being jailed for hate speech.”
Want to help protect the free press and national sovereignty? You can sign the petition now!
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