Tomorrow in New York City the UN will host a start up fund for the “Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration (GCM)”. Launched in September 2016, the intergovernmental pact supporting GCM was approved by164 countries and signed by 152. The countries that did not climb aboard the band wagon include: United States, Austria, Australia, Bulgaria, Chile, Czech Republic, Estonia, Italy, Hungary, Dominican Republic, Latvia, Israel, Poland, Slovakia, Brazil and Switzerland. Russia signed the agreement but issued a statement repudiating aspects with regard to the ‘cause of mass exodus’ claiming if a nation created the migration they should take on the burden.
The basis of the pact is to allow complete Open Border policy. Sound familiar? In addition, the host country will ensure migrants can access basic services and make provisions for both full inclusion of migrants and social cohesion, while supporting multicultural activities through sports, music, arts, culinary festivals, volunteering and other social events.
In other words refugee status, immigration quotas, and immigration restrictions and conditions would be eliminated. Citizens and taxpayers would be required to pay for all the migrants as they acclimate while receiving free basic services.
Obviously, the UN and the Ted Turner UN Foundation have an agenda.
Over the last few decades’ enormous amounts of money have been injected into Africa for the purpose of revitalizing the infrastructure, building exclusive neighborhoods, and buying up large swathes of farmland – called ‘land grabs’. In addition to billionaire dollars, the money has come in the form of the Paris Climate Accord and in the form of government funded charities and NGO’s, aka taxpayers.
Encouraging the outflow of Africans to other countries via immigration, war, and disease, vast portions of Africa then become enclaves available as home to the elite. Most of the urban revolution is occurring in the following locales: Cairo, Egypt – Casablanca, Marrakesh and Tangier Morocco – Accra, Ghana – Lagos, Nigeria – Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Durban, South Africa – Mombasa, and Nairobi, Kenya – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The elitist suburbs host the wealth of white expatriates while 93% of the unemployed remain black. Over the last two years upwards of $3 billion has been invested into the renovation of Johannesburg alone. The city boasts a moderate climate, a burgeoning art world, modern shopping centers, a new commuter railway, three public and private universities, and crime surveillance camera’s on every city street corner which has halved the crime rate.
In 2016, for the first time ever a member of the Democratic Alliance Party became mayor of Johannesburg, Herman Mashaba. The Democratic Alliance Party is comprised of English speaking Afrikaans and is considered Liberal supporting “Open Opportunity Society For All” . Sound familiar?
Nairobi boasts a vibrant economy as well hosting headquarters for Coco-cola, World Bank, Citibank, BBC, CNN, Reuters, Deutsche Welle, Agence France-Presse, New York Times, and AP.
In 2010, Kenya drafted a new Constitution, the political system was overhauled and infighting became the norm since. Morocco is predominantly Muslim, Lagos government shifted to the Socialist Party in 2019, and Ghana recently voted in the New Patriotic Party. Of course, like other countries, the elections are highly contested with allegations of fraud and rigging common. Not unlike just about every country and state in the world now.
The Green Climate Fund which operates to expend donations for the Paris Accord has released its financial statements for 2017. Of the $100 billion goal, they have collected a total of roughly $5 billion. In 2017, of the $1.9 billion collected, they spent $115 million – 6%. In 2016, of the $1.6 billion collected, they spent $31 million – 8%. Where oh where does the money go?
The majority of the Green Fund ‘spending’ is in Africa to help women fight ‘climate change’. ???? Many of the projects focus on Kenya and South Africa. The African continent’s carbon footprint is -0-. Some of the projects are termed “multiple countries” and include Kenya, South Africa, Morocco and Egypt.
Some of these projects in Africa are partnered with Agence Francaise de Development (AFD). In 2007, AFD was called into question for its deforestation in Africa. No legal proceedings were brought. According to the Cameroon National Anti-corruption Commission (CONAC), two front companies, including one controlled by AFD, have been suspected of fraud. How do they pass the inspection of the Directors in charge of the Green Climate Fund? Deforestation would hardly benefit ‘Climate Change’.
It would appear that no one is truly auditing the Green Fund other than the Green Fund. The two co-chairs are from Egypt and the UK. Directors vary from Iran, Denmark, Germany, Tanzania, Nicaragua, France, Mexico, etc… Why is Iran a Board Member in the Green Fund?
In order to become a resident of South Africa, one must have resided in the country for five years. Retirement visa’s are allowed if one can prove complete financial sustainability.
The US has the largest immigrant population in the world standing near 50 million. While other countries (Germany, Australia, Canada) boast a high percentage of immigrant population, their state of origin is rather different: In the US – Mexico, India, Philippines, China and El Salvador dominate. In Canada – the UK tops the list with China, India, Italy and US close behind. In Australia – the UK, New Zealand, China, and Italy are the majority.
Because these countries require self sustaining, highly educated immigrants. Go figure.
Ultimately, an Open Borders For All scenario would cause the US to become a third world country – on the hind of Africa reaping the benefits of elitist money, development – and of course – $$$$$$ while maintaining a black unemployment rate and/or slave labor rate of roughly 40-93%.
THIS IS THE AGENDA.