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The newly appointed United Nations Secretary General António Guterres has uncovered his new strategy to mobilize a massive global migration from third-world and other oppressed nations.
Guterres wasted little time after taking over for South Korea’s Ban Ki-moon on January 1 as head of the U.N. to push his left-leaning globalist agenda to redistribute refugees – including millions of Muslims from militant dictatorships around the world – to Western nations.
Changing the face of the globe
As the former prime minister of Portugal and leader the nation’s Socialist Party, Guterres is no stranger to spreading refugees around the globe, as the leftist European leader served as the U.N.’s High Commissioner for Refugees before his latest appointment with the global agency.
The strong proponent of changing the world’s demographics recently wrote an article published in a left-leaning daily, where he wholeheartedly promotes the distribution of people from third-world nations and other oppressed regimes to get the rest of the world on board with his progressive globalist agenda.
The globalist boasted that his aggressive push for worldwide mass migration has been unmatched.
“This will be the first overarching international agreement of its kind,” Guterres proclaimed. “[However, it will not] place any binding obligations on states, [but rather serve as] an unprecedented opportunity for leaders to counter the pernicious myths surrounding migrants.”
Unlike former President Barack Obama, President Donald Trump has not jumped on board with the U.N. and other globalist leaders around the world to embrace mass migration at the expense of national security and economic costs.
“These assurances have failed to convince the Donald Trump administration in the United States, with the White House reject[ing] it as ‘simply not compatible with U.S. sovereignty,’ and President Trump summarizing it as ‘no borders, everyone can come in!’” Breitbart News reported.
Many European nations that have been inundated with terrorist attacks due to their liberal policies on accepting Muslim refugees have still not acknowledged or addressed the dangers that come hand-in-hand with mass migration.
“Prime Minister Theresa May’s government in the United Kingdom has not pulled out, however – apparently unconcerned by its implications,” Breitbart’s Jack Montgomery noted.
Ignoring the problems of Muslim migrants throughout Europe – including the lawless Islamic takeover of areas known as “no-go zones” – Guterres pushed his plan as being benefit-laden and risk-free.
“[It is crucial to] recognize and reinforce the benefits of migration,” the socialist UN leader stressed. “Migrants make huge contributions to both their host countries and countries of origin.”
Instead of admitting how Muslim refugees have taken advantage of and burdened welfare systems of multiple European nations, Guterres attempted to sell the world on his belief that such migrants are filling in the void of needy economies.
“He made the contentious claim that migrants ‘take jobs’ that local workers ‘cannot’ fill, and asserted that this is a positive thing,” Montgomery pointed out when analyzing Guterres’ push for globalized migration. “He also attempted to spin the fact that migrants send huge sums of money straight out of their host countries and back to their countries of origin as a kind of supplement to foreign aid.”
Even though Guterres is pushing migration as a central agenda as the new leader of the UN, his progressive plan is nothing new at the global agency.
“The new secretary general is not the first senior UN figure to extoll the supposed benefits of mass migration,” Montgomery pointed out. “The intergovernmental institution has promoted it as ‘inevitable, necessary, and desirable’ through its #ForMigration campaign for some time.”
In fact, Guterres is actually continuing a long-established legacy at the U.N.
“Former UN Special Representative for Migration Peter Sutherland – a heavyweight globalist who was a key player on a host of other global bodies and multinational corporations as well – was one its most prominent mass migration advocates before he passed away earlier this month,” Montgomery informed. “In 2012, he infamously remarked that the European Union – which he had previously served as a European Commissioner – should be doing its best to ‘undermine national homogeneity’ and promote ‘multicultural states’ through mass migration.”
Marketing migration at the UN
The UN is unapologetic about its push to spread mass migration across the planet, as it contends that migrants are making “a major contribution to international development” through work and the money they drain from their new countries and send back to their native land, boasting that they have “remitted nearly $600 billion,” which it says is triple the amount of all development aid.
In his published plea for world governments to adopt his pro-refugee policies, Guterres insisted that global leaders must band together to carry out pro-migration declarations and commitments in the name of so-called “human rights.”
“The basic challenge before us is to maximize the benefits of migration rather than obsess about minimizing risks: we have a clear body of evidence revealing that, despite many real problems, migration is beneficial both for migrants and host communities in economic and social terms – our overarching task is to broaden the opportunities that migration offers to us all,” Guterres argued in his UN piece titled “Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.”
He made a promise to world leaders that he will not stop at anything to press his mass migration agenda in his new role as head of the UN.
“I stress my determination to strengthen how we work on this issue, consistent with my proposed management reforms and strengthening of the UN development system,” Guterres concluded.