The millions of refugees flooding Western Europe and in at least 180 cities in America are being redistributed as part of an overall plan to integrate global policies that eradicate national sovereignty.
It’s important to understand that “refugee resettlement” is directly linked to the United Nations (U.N.)’s definition and goals for sustainable development. Sustainable development incorporates an overall goal to “integrate economic, social and environmental policies in order to achieve reduced consumption, social equity, and the preservation and restoration of biodiversity.”
And the “vetted refugees” are chosen by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), a U.S. federal contractor. All costs associated with refugees being imported to America are fully funded by the U.S. taxpayer.
Further still, the office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees is chooses most U.S. bound refugees. The current High Commissioner is Portugese António Guterres, who will be replaced by Italian diplomat Filippo Grandi on January 1, 2016.
To be clear: non-Americans are “vetting” refugees, chosen by non-Americans to come to America at American taxpayers’ expense.
This September the U.N’s world summit, “Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” was held in New York where world leaders adopted the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.” Agenda 2030 includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and represents the culmination of over two years of “stakeholder” negotiations directly resulting in what the world is now experiencing: expansive immigrant migration as an outworking of the U.N.’s global development goals.
IOM announced, “It is now up to the international community as a whole to ensure that we achieve these global goals over the next fifteen years, making the world a better place for all, including migrants.”
While Obama is very much involved with Agenda 2030, he did not initiate attempts to globalize America. This was already underway because of George H.W. Bush, who in 1992 signed and began adopting components of Agenda 21, which was presented to 178 world leaders at the 1992 U.N. Earth Summit. Next, Bill Clinton signed Executive Order No. 12852 to create the President’s Council on Sustainable Development. (This is why in 2003, U.S. environmental policies began streamlining with U.N. directives outlined in Agenda 21.)
Under Agenda 2030 all societies must conform to U.N. environmental impact goals that incorporate global land use, global education, and global population control and reduction.
“The New Agenda” (para. 29) of Agenda 2030 document states:
“We recognize the positive contribution of migrants for inclusive growth and sustainable development. We also recognize that international migration is a multi-dimensional reality of major relevance for the development of countries of origin, transit and destination, which requires coherent and comprehensive responses. We will cooperate internationally to ensure safe, orderly and regular migration involving full respect for human rights and the humane treatment of migrants regardless of migration status, of refugees and of displaced persons. Such cooperation should also strengthen the resilience of communities hosting refugees, particularly in developing countries. We underline the right of migrants to return to their country of citizenship, and recall that States must ensure that their returning nationals are duly received.”
Congress has no intention of building a wall or securing America’s borders because the “open borders” policies already adopted by the European Union, which have failed miserably, are at the core of Agenda 2030’s “new universal agenda.” Both the executive and legislative branches have already supported and are enabling the U.N.’s agenda for a globalized regime.