PETITION: Stop the United Nation's Global Compact for Migration

David MenziesMission Specialist
UPDATE: Immigration Minister avoid Rebel questions on UN Global Compact at Ryerson Q & A

December 18, 2018: A funny thing happened on the way to a press conference hosted by Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen to talk about the UN Global Compact on Migration: The Q&A segment of the presser got cancelled.


The secretive United Nations conference called the "Intergovernmental Conference to Adopt the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration", will be held on December 10 and 11, 2018, in Marrakech, Morocco. 

This conference has been set-up to attempt to have the global community come to an agreement which would turn mass-migration into a human right.

And this is being done without answering valuable questions, like: 

*Where will the migrants come from?

*How many can we expect?

*Will all these migrants buy into the values and principles we so cherish in the west?

And why are there certain nations that want absolutely nothing to do with this deal, and will most certainly not be signing-on? For example, the United States is taking a pass on this deal. Understandable as they have thousands of Central American migrants at its border with Mexico attempting to illegally immigrate into the U.S. – and more so-called migrant caravans are on the way from Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador.

Meanwhile, the prime ministers of Poland and the Czech Republic have indicated they will not sign the deal. Hungary is not signing on, either, and Bulgaria and Estonia are unsure whether they’ll sign.

Aside from the U.S., do you notice something here? That all those aforementioned nations that are lukewarm to the UN deal also happen to countries that were liberated from the Soviets Union’s iron curtain of yester-decade? Indeed, these nations are newly free from dictatorship, and it would appear that they are in no rush to trade one sort of tyranny for another – namely, the idea of being invaded by thousands or even millions of migrants who have no intention of assimilating.

We can learn a thing or two from these Eastern European republics, Canada should have no part of this migrant compact either. 

If you agree, please sign our petition below.

And if you want to go one step further, please help fund the journalism that I will be doing at the UN conference in Morocco. 

Sign the petition!

To: Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship for the Government of Canada.

Canada must retain our sovereignty and our borders, and reject the “right to immigrate” in the UN’s Global Compact for Migration.

Will you sign?