GCM an affront to Canada’s sovereignty

This is of vital concern to Canada as an independent nation.

GCM an affront to Canada’s sovereignty

Our prime minister, Justin Trudeau, has signalled his intention to sign the upcoming U.N. Global Compact on Migration within a week. This is of vital concern to Canada as an independent nation.

So folks… be afraid. This will put our immigration policy under the control of the United Nations in both spirit and practice. Reportedly, journalists are going to be “educated” on how to report on it. In other words, censorship.

Criticism of the G.C.M. will eventually be silenced altogether in much the same way as Sweden made all internet criticism of immigration illegal in January of 2015. Once again, Canada takes yet another step towards liberal totalitarianism.

The Compact defines migration as a human right, which it most certainly is NOT. It will result in people flooding into Canada in the same way that Trudeau’s tweet “Welcoming” “irregular entrants” (wonderful P.C. language right?) to Canada resulted in a deluge of illegals who are still coming into our nation.

As Andrew Scheer, the leader of the opposition, has stated, the GCM is an affront to Canada’s sovereignty as a nation. Only Canadians should decide who gets into our country, not the U.N. or Justin Trudeau who’s already proven himself to be embarrassing, childish, incompetent, uninformed and erratic.

Canada is an independent, sovereign nation, not a U.N., globalist protectorate. I urge everyone to contact their M.P. and make clear their opposition to this policy which will be devastating to our future. On Dec. 8, demonstrations will be taking place across Canada in opposition to the GCM. Please consider joining one if you are so inclined.

It is time for us to take our future seriously and not sign it over to globalist diplomats. It’s our country, not theirs.

Perry Foster

Duncan

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