December 12, 2018

UN migrant conference delegate: Previous immigrants “brought pizza” to Sweden— so migration isn't ALL “negative”

David MenziesMission Specialist

The United Nations are meeting in Marrakech, Morocco sign the Global Compact for Migration and we're here to speak with delegates and cover the facts on the ground. 

That is, we're covering the facts from the outside because the United Nations is so threatened by The Rebel that my camera guy and I have been kicked from the compound.

But we don't give up easily, and I was able to get some on-camera interviews with delegates to the convention from both Macedonia and Sweden to get their opinion on whether migration is a human right, and why a country would want to sign this agreement at all.

Speaking to a delegate from Sweden, we spoke of the positives and negatives of immigration and he seems to admit that the positives for his country in the past have been cheap labour and ethnic food.

We've had immigration to my country (Sweden) since a long time. In the 70s, we had a lot of immigration because we had a huge, an acute lack of labor. So we had a lot of immigration from Southern Europe, [from Yugoslavia], Italians... and that immigration that time helped build Sweden the strong economy we have today.

Were there no problems of integration at that time? There was! Many of them went back, some stayed, and are part of our society today. That's why we have pizza.

Well, thank God for pizza!

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commented 2018-12-15 13:32:55 -0500
Lyin b’stard . . . . areas of north Stockholm have even been abandoned by the Police.
Gothenburg is not a lot better . . . and Malmo is a friggin disaster as well . . .
The Jewish population has been driven out of Malmo . . . and Sweden is the Rape Capitol of the Planet today.

Did Saudi Arabia, Japan & China sign on to the agreement . . . and how many of Refugees are they going to take?
commented 2018-12-15 10:45:19 -0500
Pizza is an American invention. Bloody hell, are most politicians as stupid as barbie?
commented 2018-12-14 02:04:39 -0500
Ja!, Svenska Opan…. Pizza, and now falafel houses, are a fair trade for having “no-go” zones in Malmo? I have a tough time believing that such mass stupidity is “genetic”… Perhaps it’s something in the water now or the daily dose of coffee?
commented 2018-12-13 04:24:06 -0500
Hey UN pinhead, no one is saying no migration at all. Why do you phonies always make this false relativistic argument?
commented 2018-12-12 22:52:33 -0500
Well, they signed it. It’s over.
Feels like a loved one just went through with assisted suicide despite all efforts to stop them.
We’ll never get Canada back again.
Goodbye Canada.
commented 2018-12-12 21:36:01 -0500
As for Sweden tell all the women that have been raped that having pizza was a good trade off . I’m sure our feminist sock puppet would agree .
commented 2018-12-12 21:32:56 -0500
Trudumb has no right to sign any migration pact . He is a traitor so his signature on this document means NOTHING . This is still a democratic country and he has not treated it as such . As far as I’m concerned all the premier should have voted not him . Barbie takes 126 to climate bullshit party and Trudumb think he alone should sign for us …..WRONG
commented 2018-12-12 21:07:42 -0500
Rather have immigrants that bring pizza than diseases
commented 2018-12-12 20:05:05 -0500
Doesn’t your videographer have a tripod, David? I have my own which I bought at a garage sale for $20. Now I just need a broadcast-quality video camera and a yellow vest with The Rebellogo on the back.
commented 2018-12-12 19:19:50 -0500
Are these people at the right conference? Maybe they were given a different copy of the pact.
Signing this will justify Justin in his labeling Canadians as Xenophobic. He has it on paper now.
commented 2018-12-12 14:13:01 -0500
I find it hard to take with anything but a grain of salt, a Swedish bureaucrat trying to tell us that there are no, no go zones in Sweden or that the rape, murder and degradation they are experiencing are just normal “challenges”.

Migration is a human right/migrants have human rights, and having borders opened up for them both figuratively and literally isn’t one of them. What obligation should a country have to anybody just because they say they want in?

There are no benefits to this kind of ‘immigration’. That is the lie of these invasions.
commented 2018-12-12 14:11:39 -0500
Ron, I didn’t see your post here until after I posted this. Yes. I was referring to that comment of yours.
commented 2018-12-12 14:09:50 -0500
It is not legally binding in the sense that the UN cannot make laws in individual countries; but it is binding in the sense that it is a pledge, a promise to work within the framework set down by the UN to make it happen in individual countries at the hand of their own leaders. Of course there needs to be the political will, and here in Canada with Trudeau we have it in spades. Ron Joseph (I think), in another thread mentioned that it is already being implemented in Canada. Yes, Justin has got away with a lot without this treaty, but it will be on steroids from here on in. If the UN says, you have promised to abide by this framework, so take a million next year, from where ever we say, and give them all the perks of a citizen and more, Trudeau is going to tell us we are bound by the agreement to do it. It is enforced from within, but dictated by the UN. If your country ‘signs’ on, what is to stop the UN from sending their tanks in, if there is unrest by those who are against its implementation, as we have seen in France this past week?
commented 2018-12-12 13:03:53 -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.
https://globalnews.ca/news/4191302/asylum-border-crossers-removals-ending-up/