MEP Marcel de Graaff warns that the United Nations global compact on migration will make it a criminal offense for citizens and media outlets to criticize mass immigration.
Speaking during a press conference in the European Parliament, de Graaff, Co-President of the ENF and leader of the Party for Freedom in the European Parliament, said that the deal represented “a coup d’etat of pro-migration liberal globalists, which will greatly benefit multinationals.”
“One basic element of this new agreement is the extension of the definition of hate speech. The agreement wants to criminalize migration speech. Criticism of migration will become a criminal offense. Media outlets that give room to criticism of migration can be shut down,” warned de Graaff.
Multiple videos of protests in Tijuana Mexico show demonstrators agreeing with President Trump that the migrant caravan represents an “invasion,” with protesters demanding the migrants go home.
Almost 3,000 Central American migrants have congregated in the Mexican border city, prompting hundreds of Mexican citizens to hit the streets.
Waving Mexican flags and chanting “Out! Out!” protesters are calling the caravan an “invasion” while asserting “We don’t want them in Tijuana.”
Hungarian leaders have blasted a new United Nations migration treaty currently in developmental stages that would pry Europe’s borders open even wider, saying it looks like it was “copied from the Soros plan” and threatening to abandon negotiations altogether.
A slew of ranking officials from Hungary have come out against the compact in the last week, arguing that it promotes, rather than discourages, an increase in migration from the Third World to Europe, creating security risks and financial burdens that have already deeply imperiled Europeans.
Hungarian officials have also asserted that the global plan runs parallel to agendas being promoted by the European Union and ‘George Soros mafia network,’ and that UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and his co-conspirators are moving forward with the scheme regardless of opposition.
Ambassador Nikki Haley isn’t taking any guff from the United Nations, and promised that Washington will rethink its support for the organization following its denouncement of the United States and its assault on American sovereignty.
Nikki Haley, America’s first female president, had harsh words for the organization.
The United Nations General Assembly voted 128 to 9 to pass a resolution, drafted by Egypt, to express “deep regret at recent decisions concerning the status of Jerusalem.”
The participating countries—many of which receive financial aid from the United States—called for Jerusalem’s status as Israel’s capital to be negotiated between the Israeli government and Palestinians, who contend that the land belongs to them.
Palestinians also contend that Jews should all be driven into the sea, but such facts are easily overlooked by the United Nations.
Nations that voted for the resolution also include Cuba, the United Kingdom, Russia, Venezuela, Sweden, and North Korea.