December 11, 2018

The Rebel in Marrakech: UN “more Saudi Arabia than Israel” on human rights

David MenziesMission Specialist

We're covering the United Nations Global Compact on Migration here in Morocco and taking a deep dive into the agreement. It's not surprising that the agreement affirms gender and human rights, is it?

But the United Nations has a sorry history of choosing some countries over one in particular.

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commented 2018-12-12 11:49:36 -0500
The UN Global Compact on Migration doesn’t matter to Canada one bit whether we sign it or not, or if we send petitions as TRUDEAU IMPLEMENTED IT OVER 2 YEARS AGO. Some months we receive 2500, last month we received 1400, We only sent back 230 out of 38,000.
The irregular border jumpers are now receiving work permits while the first wave of Syrian Refugees are receiving CITIZENSHIP Papers, so they can vote in the upcoming election.
That lying Hussen said that the Syrians are well settled, last survey showed they were over 85 % unemployed. Canadians are SUCKERS.

This is a few months old, however things haven’t changed much.