It isn’t “non-binding” at all, says Alexander Garland, co-leader of the German opposition party – Alternative for Germany (AfD).
Voice of Europe (h/t Maurice) If this Global Migration Pact were just a political declaration, which had no consequences for the nation states and their laws, then why are we seeing resistance to it from several countries, including the United States, that would be most negatively affected by it?
Countries that do sign on are “Pledging to fulfill the goals mentioned in the global pact and obligations in accordance to our (UN/Globalist) vision and our (UN/Globalist) guiding principles.” The wording alone “we pledge” appears dozens of times in the paper, Gauland continues.
According to the AfD leader, “The interests of the receiving society are left completely unmentioned” and “the document will supersede national law”. He adds that the document can lead to millions of migrant wannabes being encouraged to come and claim welfare benefits for life as a “human right.”
And we know in the case of Muslim invaders, that is exactly what they do.