If you watch my live YouTube show every Friday, you’ll know that last week we went through the United Nations Global Compact for Migration, point by point.
I went through ten troubling passages in it, like the one that says governments have to facilitate migrants to bring their entire families along with them, regardless of their skill level. That’s pretty incredible — even Canadian citizens don’t have that right.
Or this one, where governments have to set up specialized, migrant-focused health care, culturally appropriate, they say, at the national and local level.
I showed how this document goes far beyond just immigration policy, to propaganda — it calls for pro-immigration content to be put into school curriculums.
And in one of the most worrying passages, the governments agree to re-educate journalists on the positives of migration — seriously, journalists will now go through government training; and any journalist that doesn’t is to be punished — the UN compact calls on governments to cut off any such media outlets, cut them off from resources, and punish them.
My point is:
I actually read the thing, and went through it line by line — including the full title of the document itself, which says quite a bit:
"GLOBAL COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION INTERGOVERNMENTALLY NEGOTIATED AND AGREED OUTCOME — 13 July 2018.”
In other words, this is already negotiated and agreed to. Happened back in July, apparently. Did you know we were negotiating and agreeing to this?
Do you think most MPs even knew about it?
Do you think Justin Trudeau has actually read through the 34-page document that he has agreed to? He leaves the heavy thinking about immigration to George Soros, seen here at one of their meetings in New York. That’s not a conspiracy theory; it’s a conspiracy fact.
Here’s an official press release from the Government of Canada a few years back in which Trudeau outsources Canada’s immigration policy to George Soros’s foundation in New York, called the Open Society Foundation. It has three main points, the first two are about refugee policy, but look at the third one: Trudeau agreed with Soros that Canada would, quote,
"Provide a vehicle that mobilizes citizens in direct support of refugees and encourages a broader political debate that is supportive of refugee protection.”
So, again, it’s not just about immigration. It’s about immigration propaganda.
Although George Soros had an enormous setback in 2016 when his preferred candidate, Hillary Clinton, lost, he has simply colonized Canada as his base of operations. I haven’t seen a single news story about that in the mainstream media, have you?
We at the Rebel filed an Access to Information request asking for any background documents showing the contracts and agreements and communications between the government and Soros. We know they did a deal — it’s not a theory, it’s a government press release.
But they said there were no documents.
So we wrote to them again, more clearly. And they wrote back saying, nope, sorry, nothing, can’t find anything, not a single e-mail, not a single memo, not a single record at all.
They’re lying of course.
So that’s where we are — and next week, the official UN conference on this compact for migration kicks off in Marrakech, Morocco.
Like I say, it’s a done deal. This conference will simply be a big party and photo op.
I don’t know what Canadian media will be going. But we’re going.
We’re sending David Menzies, our experienced reporter, who was just down in Mexico for the better part of a week, embedded with the migrant caravan there, that was making its way up to the U.S. border.
So he’s well-briefed on this file, and he’s a fair journalist. As in — he’ll actually listen to both sides of the story. Unlike the bulk of the mainstream media, which treats any criticism of mass migration as a form of bigotry.
It’s not, of course; in fact, 80 per cent of Canadians, according to this recent poll by Angus Reid, want Canadian immigration levels to either stay the same or be reduced; only 6 per cent want it increased.
We also know that Trudeau isn’t vetting migrants — 13-year-old Marrisa Shen of Vancouver was raped and murdered, and police have arrested one of Trudeau’s Syrian migrants and charged him with the crime. He wasn’t even supposed to be allowed into Canada — Trudeau said he wasn’t taking single, military-aged men from Syria. He lied. No-one trusts Trudeau on immigration; and the fact that every question about it is met with the charge of racism is really gross — and it’s backfiring.
Now, until just a few days ago, no-one was talking about this.
Michelle Rempel raised it in Question Period, and Justin Trudeau replied by mentioning... The Rebel.
You’ll notice he was reading that word-for-word from a script.
And then Ahmed Hussen did the same thing: Same exact wording.
I think Gerald Butts, Trudeau’s manager, wrote that script for them all — he is obsessed by The Rebel. Then Trudeau said it a third time, in his own words. And then that Liberal MP from Calgary, Kent Hehr, who was fired from cabinet over sexual misconduct allegations, but not fired from the Liberal caucus, he went on a rant about The Rebel.
It’s a really weird thing — I mean, are we small and marginal, as our enemies say?
Or are we powerful and dangerous, as those same enemies say?
But to answer the charge directly — what conspiracy theory have we posited?
I’ve just read from the document — that I know Trudeau hasn’t. I’ve pointed to a government contract with George Soros — mentioned in a government press release. They won’t release the contract itself, so I think it could feed a paranoid feeling of some conspiracy. But I’ve documented everything I’ve said.
This only makes sense when you remember that part of this UN migrant pact is for governments to demonize any critics of mass migration — so that’s what they’re doing.
And to reward and “re-educate” journalists who are on message with the Liberals. And that’s what they’re doing. They’re rewarding journalist Trudeau can “trust” — with $595 million in the coming election year.
The Media Party generally ignore us. But not today!
Today the National Post’s John Ivison — who is plugged in to the Liberal government — he refers to my video about this migration pact right on the front page!
And the Globe and Mail’s Campbell Clark — Trudeau’s man over there — does the same.
Neither the Post nor the Globe could actually find anything we said that was inaccurate — the Post merely disagreed with my contention that this pact is “dangerous” — well, that’s my opinion, and it’s probably the opinion of Marrisa Shen’s family.
The Globe disagrees with my contention that this pact will regularize illegal migration. Well, that's exactly what it does, in 34 pages of detail. But seriously — if that’s the best they got, they don’t have a lot.
We're going to keep criticizing the UN migration pact — by actually citing the facts, and reading the document, two things Trudeau hasn’t done.
And we’re going to send our reporter, David Menzies, along with a cameraman, to Morocco next week for the conference.
The UN is giving us trouble with accreditation; obviously Trudeau and Hussen have told them not to let us in. Again, not a conspiracy theory — the Canadian government has told the UN not to let us in to previous conferences, specifically saying Canada blackballed us.
If you want to help us send David to the UN, by helping to cover his flight and that of our cameraman, please go to RebelUN.com.
Unlikes the Globe, the Post, and Justin Trudeau, we actually read the deal — and we’re with the 80 per cent of Canadians who are sick of Trudeau’s immigration policies...