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US pulls out of UN migrant and refugee pact

he administration of President Donald Trump has withdrawn the United States from a United Nations pact to improve the handling of migrant and refugee situations,deeming it "inconsistent" with its policies, the US mission to the global body announced Saturday.

"Today, the US Mission to the United Nations informed the UN Secretary-General that the United States is ending its participation in the Global Compact on Migration," the Americans said in a statement.

In September 2016, the 193 members of the UN General Assembly unanimously adopted a non-binding political declaration, the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, pledging to uphold the rights of refugees, help them resettle and ensure they have access to education and jobs.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/12/03/us-pulls-un-migrant-refugee-pact/

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Anything that tells the UN to go f**k itself is a good thing. But when you do it you need to pick your battles.

The Paris Climate accord was a good battle.

UNESCO wasn't because he did it ostensibly cos of Israel but really because who cares about UNESCO and you just don't want to give the bastards any ammo.

And now this.

So yeah from a point of principle and it's an important issue, on principle.

But thing about the UN is, esp with Security Council rights, it's seriously useful.

And Trump is risking them turning round and saying if you can't work with us, we won't work with you.

And if the US gets booted off the Security Council, that's a super serious setback of biblical proportion, in terms of option limitations in international diplomacy.

And that's what Trump's risking here.

And for what.

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3 minutes ago, Dr. Evil said:

Anything that tells the UN to go f**k itself is a good thing. But when you do it you need to pick your battles.

The Paris Climate accord was a good battle.

UNESCO wasn't because he did it ostensibly cos of Israel but really because who cares about UNESCO and you just don't want to give the bastards any ammo.

And now this.

So yeah from a point of principle and it's an important issue, on principle.

But thing about the UN is, esp with Security Council rights, it's seriously useful.

And Trump is risking them turning round and saying if you can't work with us, we won't work with you.

And if the US gets booted off the Security Council, that's a super serious setback of biblical proportion, in terms of option limitations in international diplomacy.

And that's what Trump's risking here.

And for what.

We pay their freaking bills. They've got nothing. The U.S. pays more to that NWO scum than any other country, that's why we can tell them to piss right off. 

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18 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

We pay their freaking bills. They've got nothing. The U.S. pays more to that NWO scum than any other country, that's why we can tell them to piss right off. 

It's a global body and it could easily relocate to Geneva. The reason the CFR and the NWO scum didn't want that is because they wanted to inflluence it on home turf, same reason the Rockefeller scum donated the land it sits on. But US influence on the world is waning, not waxing. And if you want it to wane even faster, keep doing things like this.

I'm not sure it's a wise move to cut yourself off, because your economy is weak with huge debt to the point it's like a serious cancer and further your QE and zero rates have put the currency on the verge of hyperinflation, your infrastructure is dated and broken and your manufacturing base doesn't exist so you have no engine to dig yourself out.

Sorry, but this is the reality.

The only realistic hope for the US recovery is to get overseas finance to generate infrastructure rebuild and use those wages to restart consumerism but you need internatonal partnerships willing to invest trilliions to make that happen.

Yet Trump does this.

As I say, for what reason? Is it worth it? 

Let's see.

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Just telling people what they want to hear.

Sorry if that seems negative, but that is what they do!

What do we really produce in America that anybody really 'needs' anymore, all of it has been exported. What is done is done.

America is being bled dry, and it was always going to be this way. Right now its just about keeping our attention away from our bleeding wounds or towards what really matters. By giving energy to it, we feed it. 

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3 minutes ago, Dr. Evil said:

It's a global body and it could easily relocate to Geneva. The reason the CFR and the NWO scum didn't want that is because they wanted to inflluence it on home turf, same reason the Rockefeller scum donated the land it sits on. But US influence on the world is waning, not waxing. And if you want it to wane even faster, keep doing things like this.

I'm not sure it's a wise move to cut yourself off, because your economy is weak with huge debt to the point it's like a serious cancer and further your QE and zero rates have put the currency on the verge of hyperinflation, your infrastructure is dated and broken and your manufacturing base doesn't exist so you have no engine to dig yourself out.

Sorry, but this is the reality.

Yet Trump does this.

As I say, for what reason? Is it worth it? 

Let's see.

Let them move then, I'm sick of this unelected body trying to infringe on my rights.  We give them over 8 billion a year at last count. In 2015. They are not doing anything for us, we're doing it for them. What do they do that is worth 8 billion plus a year? Other than trying to create a new world religion, a GLOBAL world without borders and treaties designed to try and disarm me?  

What country is not in the same fiscal shape, if not worse, than the U.S.?  They're all broke and gasping for air. 

Enough of the refugee crap, too, it's costing us billions as well. If we got out of all of this crap (and war!) we wouldn't be in this precarious position. 

Let them eat cake, I'm sick of all of the lording over and the UN is just another one of them. Let the chips fall where they may! 

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13 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

What country is not in the same fiscal shape, if not worse, than the U.S.?  They're all broke and gasping for air. 

China's in fine fettle. So is Russia.

China has a lot of reserve spending power to tap into in her domestic middle-class if the US stops buying its factory outputs and once that's been fully exploited the other markets she's developing in the stans' through the Silk Road projects will be coming online and then she'll exploit India and move down into that region.

Russia meanwhile will be fine provided Europe doesn't turn into a smoking ruin and unless the AngloZionists do that which will mean their days of imperial power are over, that won't happen. So Russia will just wait for the gas projects to come online and then Europe will buy Russian gas till the cows come home and Russia will live happily ever after.

The only thing the world used to need the US for was to keep London happy but Shanghai and Moscow are overtaking that as we speak so really, the US can choose to play and we'd love to have you, but we don't need you, those days are gone forever.

The issues you speak of are actually issues your leaders caused, just like Europe's immigration was not caused by the people.

That's the answer, for all of us.

Tell all repeat all the leaders to go to hell, confiscate their assets and send them all to prison. Starting with the Queen and ending with the man in charge of lowering the flag on the smallest building in the smallest part of the empire. Then let them out one by one as they prove their innocence. But not until.

What are we waiting for?

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The United States notified the United Nations that it will no longer take part in the global compact on migration, saying it undermines the nation's sovereignty.

The US has been a part of the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants since it was formed last year. The declaration aims to ensure the rights of migrants, help them resettle and provide them with access to education and jobs.

http://edition.cnn.com/2017/12/03/politics/us-global-compact-migration/index.html

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