Over 10,000 have already signed.
As I wrote earlier, the UN Global Compact on Migration is totally incompatible with Canada being a sovereign country with control over our immigration system and national borders.
And those concerns are shared by many people across our country, which is why a petition against the Global Compact already has over 10,000 signatures.
Here’s the text of the petition, which is sponsored in the House of Commons by Maxime Bernier:
PETITION TO THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADAWhereas:
- The Government of Canada has a duty to ensure the rights and wellbeing of Canadians;
- The maintenance of our borders and limited merit-based immigration are essential to our rights and wellbeing;
- 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- Several of our allies notably the United States of America, Poland, Hungary and Austria have withdrawn from the United Nations’ global migration pact citing its threats to their sovereignty, peace, order and good governance.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.
I have signed the petition, and I encourage you to sign it as well. Even if the Trudeau Liberals plan to arrogantly ignore the will of the people, it’s still essential for us to make our voices heard. After all, as difficult as it can be, our best hope for change in Canada still comes through the democratic process, and making our views known is a key part of that.
A link to the petition is below: