Why Did Angela Merkel Push so Hard for the UN Migration Pact?

The video below is a German commentary on the UN migration pact that was originally posted on the channel “Ebola — Virale Lügen”. According to the commentator’s analysis, the pact was at least partially designed to retroactively provide legal cover for Chancellor Merkel’s opening of the borders in 2015, which otherwise was illegal under current EU laws.

Many thanks to Oz-Rita for the translation and subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   More than 80 times in the Global Pact on Migration
00:04   the phrase: “…we commit ourselves…” appears.
00:08   On average three times on each individual page of
00:12   the treaty. It takes a great deal of
00:16   audacity and chutzpa to call this treaty
00:20   “non-binding”. But it is precisely these two
00:24   Qualities that Angela Merkel possesses to excess.
00:28   In her speech today in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh, she repeated
00:32   the obvious lie about the treaty which allegedly
00:36   only contains “declarations of intent” and no legal
00:40   obligations for the signatory countries.
00:44   And, of course, a small side blow to the Right
00:48   could not be left out, who had “spread lies” about it in the run-up to the signing
00:52   of the treaty.
00:56   Now we all know that illegal migration, because of different
01:00   development opportunities in the world, is causing some very
01:04   great fears in our countries. And these fears are now being used
01:08   by the opponents of this pact to circulate false reports,
01:12   but the core of the dispute
01:16   about this pact, and its importance is the
01:20   principle of multilateral cooperation. Yet it is not the
01:24   oh-so-evil Right that spread lies about the Migration and
01:28   Refugee Pact, it was Angela Merkel and her
01:32   intolerable Grand Coalition that did so.
01:36   If everything had gone according to the desires of Merkel and her coalition partner,
01:40   the consumptive SPD [Socialists], as well as the mass media,
01:44   a public discussion about the two treaties
01:48   would never have taken place. Today Merkel
01:52   signed the fatal migration pact for Germany.
01:56   She also did so in the name of the many citizens who
02:00   see the sad reality on Germany’s streets and
02:04   who did not want these treaties.
02:08   No-one has any intention of building a wall. We can do it, We can do it,
02:12   and where something stands in our way, it must be overcome.
02:16   Because we also need people here who
02:20   feel at home in our welfare systems. I give you my
02:24   word of honour that the allegations made against me
02:28   are unfounded…
02:36   Pensions are secure.
02:44   One can spend a lot of time looking for one outstanding
02:48   talent on the part of Angela Merkel, but one won’t find it,
02:52   because there is nothing that this woman can do particularly well,
02:56   except perhaps to sit out in silence decisions
03:00   that are desperately needed. But is that a talent?
03:04   Merkel doe not even speak the German
03:08   language accident-free; she showed this in her speech in
03:12   Marrakesh. She cannot even lie well and
03:16   credibly: Merkel is a talent-free zone.
03:20   But she obviously does not give a crap about
03:24   the fact that in Morocco she once again served the world and the German
03:28   sheeple a big batch of completely transparent lies.
03:32   With the signing of both treaties,
03:36   Merkel has impressively demonstrated that the will of a
03:40   considerable part of the German population
03:44   literally slips by her fat agitprop a**.
03:48   Yet, the German people, no matter which
03:52   political orientation they belong to, are Angela Merkel’s
03:56   employer. But that does not count with Merkel. With her contempt
04:00   for her own people she stands firmly
04:04   in the tradition of so many other politicians who are completely detached
04:08   from the people.
04:12   With her signature, Merkel expressly showed that
04:16   she had thrown all warnings and legitimate concerns regarding the
04:20   mass migration pact to the wind.
04:24   She does not care that a number of important countries, including our
04:28   neighbour Austria, did not sign the pact.
04:32   She is just as indifferent to the warning
04:36   from the US President, Donald Trump, who last
04:40   weekend once again spoke of the dangers of the two
04:44   treaties. But who is Donald Trump anyway!
04:48   Only a bizarre, fascistoid oddball
04:52   in the chair of the US President. Angela Merkel
04:56   the Chancellor with the pre-programmed use-by date had,
05:00   in my opinion, only one thing in mind: she wanted
05:04   to legalise her migrations policy of open borders retroactively,
05:08   and thus exclude the possibility
05:12   that after leaving the Chancellor’s Office she could be held
05:16   liable for her illegal opening of borders.
05:20   The former constitutional judges Di Fabio and Papi
05:24   established back in 2016 that Merkel’s
05:28   policy of open borders was illegitimate.
05:32   With the signing of the migration and refugee pact,
05:36   the probability that Merkel will ever be brought
05:40   before a court because of her opening of the borders has decreased considerably.
05:44   Much like Helmut Kohl, [her predecessor], she
05:48   will simply sit out her offences after her removal
05:52   until her death. But what will happen to Germany?
05:56   I think it is unlikely that we
06:00   will see a very rapid effect of the migration pact within
06:04   a few days or weeks. At the beginning
06:08   it will probably be a creeping process, but it will certainly
06:12   increase and expand. The migration pact
06:16   has been signed, despite all warnings,
06:20   despite all protests, despite the petition. The only
06:24   possibility left to us is to ensure that
06:28   at the next elections, whether in three years or
06:32   sooner, the AfD will come to power. They
06:36   could then withdraw from the pact. But it will not
06:40   be easy. Maaßen’s successor at the top of the
06:44   Federal Intelligence Service has announced that he will have the AfD
06:48   monitored. That was the real reason for
06:52   Maaßen’s dismissal. Large parts of the migration pact
06:56   have already been de facto implemented in Germany since 2015.
07:00   One section whose implementation
07:04   we will see soon is the following:
07:08   “Eliminate all forms of discrimination and promote
07:12   a fact-oriented public discourse
07:16   to shape the perception of migration.”
07:20   This means nothing less than that the protest
07:24   against mass migration will soon become a criminal offence,
07:28   and that the Germans will in future be submerged in much more
07:32   propaganda than they are even now.
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07:44   my channel. What is your opinion on this topic?
07:48   I would be very happy with a comment.

9 thoughts on “Why Did Angela Merkel Push so Hard for the UN Migration Pact?

  1. She will finished Germany before she goes, like she promise ( UN Immigration Pact) that’s Her goal and agenda to finished Germany and Western Europe, be afraid Germans , be very afraid, this is just a beginning of this nightmare, she is a evil from hell ..

  2. Re: “Why Did Angela Merkel Push so Hard for the UN Migration Pact?”

    Merkel is a past receipient of the Charlemagne Prize, also called the Kalergi Prize, awarded annually to the European who does the most to promote a “united Europe,” i.e., who does the most to advance the eradication of old Europe and its distinct nations, languages, borders and people.

    The question might as well be asked about President Macron of France, Prime Minister May of Britain, and EU President Jean-Claude Juncker, all allies and friends of Angela Merkel, as well as fellow traitors to European civilization.

    As for Merkel’s motives, they may be ideological, political, or arise from some other wellspring. She may loath Germany and Europe as they are now for reasons unknown. Perhaps she has been bought-and-paid for by a rich billionaire such as George Soros. Perhaps she is being blackmailed somehow, or otherwise coerced. Difficult to see that, given the apparent equanimity Merkel has had during her time in office.

    There is some evidence to suggest that Merkel has converted to Islam, albeit nothing definitive. She has been seen in public wearing the traditional Muslim headscarf required of all women going out in public. She was extremely friendly with Barack Obama, and remains friendly with Turkish President and Sunni Muslim Recep Erdogan. Merkel’s Islamophillic actions in office suggest someone who has become a Muslim, or at the very least someone sympathetic to them.

    In the wake of the Cologne mass assault on New Year’s Eve 2016, Merkel’s first concern was not for the safety and comfort of the victims, it was that no Muslim in German be subjected to”Islamophobia”…. very revealing, that.

    In the end, it is academic whether Merkel is actually a Muslim or not. She has behaved in ways favorable to them, taking their side against native Germans at every turn. She is in their camp, informally if not formally.

    • The Kalergi Plan is a eugenics program. When the Nazis dabbled in eugenics they were condemned for it but the Bolsheviks who have infiltrated everywhere are rewarded for their efforts with for example the Charlemagne Prize.

  3. We have failed to remind ourselves where Angela Merkel has learned her trade — in the GDR. And she wasn’t a dissident there, she was already firmly on the career ladder in the late communist dictatorship. Today she doesn’t do anything differently than they did. Elections? They had them, too. The only thing that did was lure the resistance out so they could crush it.

    • “The only thing that did was lure the resistance out so they could crush it.”

      Briliant point.

      I think this is employed far more by our governments and by special interest groups than we can imagine.

  4. The commentator said that Merkel had no talent at all. But, this is untrue. Her talent is exactly the same as the talent of Stalin: make up for a lack of eloquence, or even intelligence, by specializing in bureaucratic empire-building and manipulation in the shadows. Merkel’s lack of eloquence, or even comprehensibility, is a distinct advantage: it prevents her from being pinned down on any specific promise, or even any specific statement of fact.

    The discussion of the well-being of the German, or the European, people is totally orthogonal to her concerns. The statement, “she doesn’t care” is misleading, in that it implies there is some factor of her attention concerned with the well-being of anyone, whether positive or not.

    I kind of doubt if Germany signing the migrant pact is a sign of her looking back to prevent legal liability. I think she views legal liability the same way as Hillary does: as something outside her world, very unlikely to intrude.

    Of course the migration pact is an iron-clad commitment. It will be used by European and globalist judges as the basis for decisions, whose decisions will be used as precedents by other courts. Before long, you’ll have the provisions of the pact being taken as elements of common law, enforceable without specific legislation.

    I have no idea what drives Merkel. If I had to hazard a guess, I’d say a narcissistic will-to-power, in which she asserts her importance by imposing unpleasant and destructive consequences on other people just to show she can.

    The US has a chance of staying out of the mess, except that Trump is getting pulled into legal technicalities concerning whether he actually instructed Cohen to pay off the floozies for purposes of affecting the election. The Democratic strategy is very obviously to sidetrack Trump from any actions actually promised to his base constituency.

  5. “I have no idea what drives Merkel. If I had to hazard a guess, I’d say a narcissistic will-to-power, in which she asserts her importance by imposing unpleasant and destructive consequences on other people just to show she can. ”

    I think she is given too much credit for this.

    It seems most of her party and a good chunk of Germans support all this and have for some time.

    As many German soldiers used to say during WW1 and WW2, they had to invade France and the low countries because those once great people had become slovenly and uncivilised. Somehow this mentality has not been expunged from the German psyche and many seem bent on reforming fallen Europe.

    Of course, they are sending in the wrong people this time if their goal is to bring civility.

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