Here is more commentary as an adjunct to my last column, “The Blob and Fake News,”, about the master plan of the UN for world governance, “The “Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.”
|Michael Redgrave in Dead of Night (1945)|
Michele Blood at Lifezette, as so many others have, notes that Criticism of Migration Could Become a Criminal Offense, and under U.N.’s Global Pact there will be certain consequences:
But the agreement, if ratified, would actually threaten national sovereignty, criminalize anti-migration speech, thwart freedom of the press, and maybe even establish a problematic legal framework.
Among other things, governments are asked to “promote independent, objective and quality reporting … and [to stop] the allocation of public funding or material support to media outlets that systematically promote intolerance, xenophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination towards migrants,” as the Express also noted.
The text of the Global Compact (GC) is here:
What the Lifezette quotation means is that if you are a journalist or just an individual expressing disapproval and disdain of your government’s immigration policies as defined by the UN, you can be punished, silenced, or otherwise whipped by the UN, or by your own government, if it signed the GC. Otherwise, if you abide by the GC’s rules, you will become, in effect, a ventriloquist’s dummy and be told what has been approved for you to know, as long as it’s something minor or trivial and of no consequence. If you observe that others have been silenced, you won’t care, because those others will have “asked for it,” and they ought to have known better than to break the rules.If Alex Jones or Lauren Southern or Robert Spencer or Stefan Molyneux have been duct taped, or financially broken by the tech giants, you shouldn’t care?
To quote from the GC:
The Global Compact requires the media outlets of member-states to adhere to the objectives and refrain from any critical discussions of these objectives that would be deemed as not “ethical” and against UN norms or standards consistent with the ideology of globalism.
That is, if you don’t become a mealy-mouthed shill or quivering parrot of the GC, you will be shut up and agree to be made “ethical.” You won’t mind having a closed mind, or a closed mouth. Not being able to speak your mind is something you won’t miss, if you even had it.
It will make no difference to you if you will sit alone and mutter to yourself, or sit on the UN’s lap and let the artist flap your gums with a string.
Freedom of Speech? Nah, you’ll think. That’s just swollen-headed, self-important talk by nobodies trying to sound profound and “deep.” Me? Start a critical discussion, and offend some group or a religion? Don’t make me laugh. I’d never become xenophobic, or intolerant, or racist, or anything so nasty. My limit is my golf scores. I’ll say anything that needs saying.