As the United Nations attempts to force feed multiculturalism on white Democratic Nations, many of the Democratic Nations are fighting back. The United States, Austria, Hungary and Croatia are nations that have pulled out of the UN Migration Pact.
The right-wing Austrian government, which took office last December, has said it will not sign the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration which looks to make migration safer. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz stood on an anti-immigration platform and since taking office in December has implemented a number of policies that include restricting benefits for new immigrants. “Austria will not join the UN migration pact,” Mr Kurz said in a statement. “We view some points of the migration pact very critically, such as the mixing up of seeking protection with labour migration.” Austria took in roughly one per cent of its population in asylum seekers in 2015 during a migration crisis in which more than a million people travelled to Europe, many of them fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East, Africa and elsewhere.
Croatia President Grabar-Kitarovic literally states: ‘Be assured I will not sign the ‘Marrakech Agreement’, Bujanec writes on Facebook. The President’s reply was forwarded by her spokeswoman, Mrs. Ivana Crnić, and among other things, she states: “Your concern about illegal migration and the ‘Marrakesh Agreement’ is absolutely understandable, however, in this case it is not about accepting illegal migrants, the Office of the President is in any form involved in the negotiations on the Declaration and you can refer to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Affairs, which is the holder of all activities, in the sense of details … Be sure I will not sign the “Marrakech Agreement.”
Hungary pulled out of the United Nations global agreement on migration citing security concerns, just days after the accord was reached. Peter Szijjarto, Hungary’s minister of foreign affairs and trade, announced the withdrawal at a news conference in Budapest, Hungary’s capital, saying the agreement was “in conflict with common sense and also with the intent to restore European security.”
Many other white Christian countries including Poland are also considering refusing to sign it, having conflicts with Brussels over refusing quotas for asylum seekers.