Heading into the United Nation’s Marrakesh conference on the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, we know where the unelected, non-accountable bureaucrats at the UN stand on mass-migration, along with our Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen.
Yet, what do the people, the taxpayers who actually pay the freight for various “irregulars” waltzing along Roxham Road who can’t be bothered to immigrate in a lawful fashion, have to say?
Well, let’s take inventory, shall we?
In the Netherlands, a recent opinion poll showed 41 per cent are against signing the pact versus only 34 per cent in favour.
In Germany, where Chancellor Angela Merkel can’t wait to sign a full 40 per cent fear the UN Migration Pact will result in more migrant claims, as compared to just 22.7 per cent who feel there will be no additional migration claims once this pact is ratified.
And a new survey has revealed that half of Austrians support the conservative-populist government’s move to opt out of the migration pact, with 29 per cent saying the move did not make sense.
Meanwhile, here in the Great White North, an Angus Reid Institute survey found 58 per cent of respondents feel Canada is too generous with border-crossers while only seven per cent say we’re not generous enough.
Furthermore, 71 per cent said Ottawa should mostly or exclusively devote resources to policing the border, while only 29 per cent prefer to focus on assisting new arrivals.
With stats like that, it’s clear the majority in western nations aren’t onboard with the UN’s Global Compact initiative.
If you agree Canada should not sign the UN Global Compact for Migration, please sign and share our petition at StopTheMigrationPact.com.