The U.N. plan would no longer recognize the phrase “illegal migrants,” who would therefore be immune from deportation; and, since migration would be considered a “human right,” illegal border crossings would no longer be a crime.
Many other European leaders and members of parliament have also declared their opposition.
Austria’s vice chancellor and leader of the conservative Freedom Party, Heinz Christian Strache, said, “Migration should never become a human right.”
Right-wing Alternative for Germany party member Markus Frohnmaier called it a “monstrous document.”
“It is open-border propaganda on steroids that will enforce migration on all of Europe,” Frohnmaier said.
The AfD member of parliament belongs to a European alliance of political conservatives who have banded together to fight the “crazy concoction,” as Frohnmaier called the compact.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto called the document “extreme,” adding that it is “entirely against Hungary’s security interests.”
“Its main premise is that migration is a good and inevitable phenomenon,” he said. ‘We consider migration a bad process, which has extremely serious security implications.”
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini of the anti-immigration Lega, is also expected to reject the document.
Most European member countries of the U.N., however, are expected to sign the document at the ‘Inter-Governmental Conference to Adopt the Global Compact for Migration’ in Marrakech, Morocco, on December 10 and 11.
The Global Compact was conceived at a U.N. summit in September 2016, which was organized by none other than America’s liberal nightmare Barack Obama.