Marine Le Pen on UN’s ‘Global Compact For Migration’


Lithuania and Latvia say they will not sign the pact. The Flemish N-VA party, which is part of the Belgian governing coalition, has also come out against the Marrakesh pact.

In other news, French President Emmanuel Macron’s popularity has fallen to a new low of 18%.

Marine Le Pen on the Marrakesh Pact

The video below contains the opening remarks made by Marine Le Pen on November 27 at a press conference about “The Marrakesh Pact, the Pandora’s Box of Migratory Submersion”.

The UN pact will be signed next week in Marrakesh by an ever-decreasing number of countries. At this point it is essentially an agreement by Britain, France, Germany, Canada, the Netherlands, Sweden, and a few other European countries to take in any and all third-world migrants who want to enter. Since the Schengen Agreement will allow those migrants to disperse to non-signatory European countries, the pact will have an effect on all of Western Europe. Mind you, the signatory countries are also the preferred destinations for migrants, generally speaking, so most of them will tend to stay in the Big Five.

This is a significant event for those unfortunate enough to live in the signatory states. Ms. Le Pen provides an invaluable summary of the major features of the pact, and describes the pernicious effect it will have on France and the rest of Europe.

Many thanks to Alain Wagner for the French transcript, to Nathalie for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

For those who read French, the (untimed) French-language transcript is below the English transcript.

Video transcript (English):

0:00 On the 10th and 11th of December, in Marrakesh, Mr Macron will get ready to sign the
0:05 United Nations Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.
0:10 All this will take place in quasi-absolute silence, a silence you, the media, are maintaining
0:16 with the exception of a disinformation campaign organised by the Quai D’Orsay (French Foreign Office),
0:20 who are peddling the so-called “harmlessness” of the pact.
0:23 This new silent betrayal of our nation signals the new step that our leaders have
0:27 taken in the orchestrated submersion of our country.
0:31 Those who promote it, driven as they are by a globalist ideology, have a pointless ambition
0:36 to make migration a boon for all.
0:40 Just as international law gives protective status to 25 million “refugees”,
0:45 pro-immigration advocates intend to give a legal status to 225 million migrants
0:50 whose journeys are now promoted, organised and protected by international law.
0:57 So, what are the Compact’s principles? The text puts in place the first stepping-stone of a
1:01 “Right to Migrate”, a right that would be recognised as a human right and
1:04 which would be enforced by international law.
1:07 The text includes an introductory statement, which makes no bones about its globalist beliefs
1:13 and its full-on pro-immigration stance.
1:16 In it migrations are presented as natural, as in, and I quote: “Migrations have been part
1:20 of human experience since the beginning of human history and we acknowledge that,
1:24 in the context of a global world, they bring prosperity,
1:28 innovation and sustainable development.”
1:32 There follow 23 objectives and the corresponding 137 concrete measures
1:35 that the signatory countries must abide by.
1:38 Four main ideas come to light in the 41-page document:
1:42 1) The active orchestration of global migrations by the signatories
1:47 2) The enforced pillaging of the host countries.
1:50 3) The institutionalisation of “parallel communities” via the institutionalisation of diasporas.
1:55 4) Pro-migrant propaganda and the criminalisation of those who would oppose immigration.
2:01 First, it aims to encourage and organise global migrations,
2:06 set up a global information network on possible migrations,
2:11 develop legal immigration pathways, thus turning consulates into
2:14 actual agencies for the management of migration routes and the settlement of migrants in our countries.
2:19 It aims to provide assistance at all stages of their migration routes and facilitate
2:25 their settlement into host countries by providing legal advice, customised financial aid
2:29 and protection, especially within their own ethnic diaspora. It aims to
2:34 facilitate access to rights and advice, and, it goes without saying, in their own language.
2:38 It aims to facilitate family reunification, to balance the influx of immigrants
2:42 against the demands of pro-migration business owners. To put in place the absolute right
2:46 for minors — and may I remind everyone that France will refuse to verify their minority —
2:51 to be given the right to settle in the name of the higher interest of the child.
2:55 To ban all measures of administrative detention. To facilitate the regularisation
2:59 of illegal immigrants. The second objective
3:03 is to put into place the pillaging of the host countries,
3:07 to implement the portability of social security benefits
3:10 for those migrants who choose to leave the host countries.
3:14 To support massive transfers of funds to the countries of origin
3:18 To encourage salaried migrants to transfer the technologies they acquired
3:22 in industrialised countries to businesses in their own countries of origin.
3:27 To institutionalise the existence of parallel societies.
3:31 It notably proposes to acknowledge the work of diasporas
3:34 in the support of migrants and in defining
3:37 and implementing immigration policies. What it comes down to, in violation of all the principles
3:41 the French Republic stands for, is delivering the country into the hands of
3:44 parallel societies of alien origin by granting diasporas, i.e. the communities of origin,
3:48 full legal recognition, and then give them the means of public action
3:52 and their own financial capacity such as the creation of investment funds for those diasporas.
3:59 The third objective is to implement, in all signatory countries
4:04 the criminalisation of all opponents of immigration.
4:07 Their aim is, for instance, to promote the benefits of immigration via “sensitisation”
4:12 and “education” of the news media… It is you who will get “reeducated”, so to speak…
4:19 and via a reformatting of public opinion, starting in schools;
4:22 a presentation document does not shy away from stating:
4:25 “We must reframe the discourse on migration so that it no longer conveys misleading or
4:30 skewed ideas and gives an exact picture of the importance of migration
4:35 and the positive role it can have in the contemporary world.”
4:39 The coarsest of all propaganda will be rolled out.
4:43 And all the more, since they mean to implement the criminalisation of those who oppose immigration,
4:48 especially during electoral campaigns.
4:51 Fourthly, by signing the compact the country commits to an irreversible future.
4:57 This pact was conceived as an important step towards a generalised global nomadism.
5:03 Contrary to what the powers that be insist, those powers who would conceal its true significance,
5:08 the pact has legal value and is legally binding on the signatories.
5:13 Each and every paragraph begins with a statement which leaves no room for ambiguity:
5:17 “We commit to…”. The signatory states agree to be summoned
5:22 at different stages in the process to report on the measures they explicitly agreed to carry out.
5:28 But, above all, the pact contains a binding commitment to the effect that the conditions
5:33 of entry into the host countries cannot ever be altered. What this means is that
5:36 the signatory countries put themselves under a binding interdiction never to redefine,
5:39 and thus harden, their immigration policies.
5:42 Not only is this compact legally binding, it allows no room to reverse those
5:46 Policies, and blocks the signatory countries from ever restricting
5:50 the conditions of entry into their lands.
5:54 We now understand better why more and more countries have refused to sign
5:57 this insane document. To date, they are Bulgaria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Switzerland,
6:02 Croatia, the USA, Israel and more recently Italy under Matteo Salvini…
6:07 There are more, but off-hand I cannot remember them all.
6:10 The French president, fossilised as he is in his obsolete ideological dogma,
6:16 had nothing better to say than this: “It seems to me that the proposed solutions are
6:20 in agreement with both European values and European interests.”
6:25 The Rassemblement National [formerly FN] asks of the president of the Republic, who is on the verge
6:29 of signing the Marrakesh compact with a glorious disregard for consequences,
6:33 to renounce this act of betrayal. If this text were to be signed,
6:36 let me make it clear that the Rassemblement National would fight each measure therein
6:40 every inch of the way. And once the two main parties are no longer in power, we will
6:45 view this document as a worthless piece of paper.
6:49 Ladies and gentlemen, the objective of this press conference was to draw attention
6:57 to a document which, once more, was totally ignored and was not commented upon,
7:02 contrary to what happened in neighbouring countries, which saw a very lively and
7:10 well-represented national debate. This was obviously the case in Belgium,
7:16 and in the Netherlands, and of course in Italy.
7:22 Do feel free to ask me any follow-up questions.

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