Canadian Petition To Stop The UN’s Migrant Compact

 

PETITION TO THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA

  • The Government of Canada has a duty to ensure the rights and well being of Canadians;
  • The maintenance of our borders and limited merit-based immigration are essential to our rights and well being;
  • Polls consistently have shown the majority of Canadians reject illegal border crossing and subordination of our citizens’ needs to those of illegal aliens; and
  • Several of our allies notably the United States of America, Poland, Hungary and Austria have withdrawn from the United Nations’ global migration pact citing its threats to their sovereignty, peace, order and good governance.
We, the undersigned, Canadians, call upon the Government of Canada to likewise withdraw from the Global Compact For Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.

Author: GrainOfTruth

2 thoughts on “Canadian Petition To Stop The UN’s Migrant Compact

  1. 28,000 people in a one industry community of 60,000 are at risk of becoming homeless & our mayor seems to desperately believe we can solve all of our problems by bringing in thousands of refugees.. some one is hiding a bigger agenda & no one seems to be concerned that almost 50% of our current population is one paycheck away from losing everything.

    Canada has already lost track of 50,000 immigrants, our government has no idea who these people are or where they’ve gone.. & they want to continue to bring them in by the millions, with no concern for our safety or economic well being, signing this agreement amounts to treason & should be met with no less then ‘pitch-forks & torches’.

    Those parliament buildings in Ottawa belong to the ‘people’ of Canada & we have every right to march up that hill with chains & padlocks.. turn the entire building into a holding facility until we can figure out who’s responsible.

    Strange daze indeed..

  2. Look after us Canadians never mind other countries what the hell are you tryin to do start war

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