WASHINGTON – Migration is INEVITABLE. Migration is NECESSARY. Migration is DESIRABLE.
These three sentences flash at the end of a new video released by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), a United Nations group dedicated to “promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all.”
The video highlights that 244 million international immigrants, often called “refugees,” are living abroad worldwide, and cites this number as proof that “migration is inevitable, necessary, and desirable.”
The video is composed of words superimposed over scenes of migrants, consisting of rhetoric that is meant to elicit sympathy such as “undocumented, discriminated, forgotten,” as well as words meant to present the migrants positively, such as “grateful, skilled, compassionate.”
“The rise in the number of international migrants reflects the increasing importance of international migration, which has become an integral part of our economies and societies. Well-managed migration brings important benefits to countries of origin and destination, as well as to migrants and their families,” said Wu Hongbo, U.N. under-secretary-general for economic and social affairs.
“The refugee resettlement racket is just that,” said Paul Nehlen, who produced the film “Hijrah: Radical Islam’s Global Invasion,” and who is challenging Speaker Paul Ryan in Wisconsin’s 2018 GOP primary.
“We know that there is a profit motive on the part of organizations like the U.N. who create a pull-factor for this migration. We also know that the doctrine of Shariah as it is laid out in the Quran, Hadiths, and Sunnah create a push-factor for Muslims to spread Islam for the purpose of Shariah domination of the globe,” Nehlen continued.
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The countries that primarily receive migrants are those in Europe and North America, where migrants make up 10 percent of the population, according to IOM.
In Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean, the population is not even 2 percent international migrants.
About half of all migrants globally have moved from developing to developed countries, and this is the fastest-growing type of migrant movement, according to the McKinsey Global Institute.
“What this study fails to point out is the complicity of the Obama/Clinton initiative to destabilize Africa by removing [Libyan strong Moammar] Gadhafi,” posits Nehlen. “There is a brilliant exchange with Julian Assange whereby he distills the essence of this crisis, likening Libya to a cork in the powder keg of Africa. It must never be forgotten how we got here. It was the globalists who uncorked this crisis, led by the Obama/Clinton.”
When looking at the statistics, it is clear that the effects of mass migration are not solely positive on developed nations, as migrants often increase crime and unemployment rates.
Across the European Union, the unemployment rate of non-EU citizens remains 10 percent higher than that of citizens.
Sweden, a self-described “humanitarian superpower,” accepted 163,000 asylum seekers in 2015. A year later, only 500 of these migrants had found work, the Local reports.
The cost of accepting and taking care of these migrants was billions of dollars, according to the Financial Times.
In the Netherlands, 90 percent of Syrian and Eritrean asylum seekers, the largest groups of migrants, remain dependent on social benefits.
Almost none was employed after 18 months in the country, reports Wakker Nederland, a Dutch public broadcaster.
In Germany, all non-Germans make up about 10 percent of the overall population of the country. And yet, they accounted for 30.5 percent of all crime suspects in 2016.
Refugees officially only make up 2 percent of the German population, but accounted for 8.6 percent of all crime suspects.
According to statistics compiled by the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), the number of migrant crime suspects in 2016 increased by an alarming 52.7 percent. The number of migrants living in Germany only increased by 11 percent in the same time period.
Aydan Özoğuz, the German commissioner for immigration, refugees and integration, told the Financial Times that only a 25 percent of migrants in Germany would find employment in the next five years.
“Many of the first Syrian refugees to arrive in Germany were doctors and engineers, but they were succeeded by many, many more who lacked skills,” Özoğuz said.
Leo Hohmann, author of “Stealth Invasion: Muslim Conquest Through Immigration and Resettlement Jihad,” believes migrants are a societal harm to the United States as well.
“The truth is migrants are very costly. The refugee program alone costs us billions every year because the vast majority – more than 60 percent – are on food stamps and Medicaid for at least five years after their arrival in the United States,” Hohmann told WND.
Hohmann also noted that under the U.N.’s 2030 Agenda and the accompanying New Urban Agenda, migrants “are entitled to affordable housing, affordable healthcare, affordable transportation, and a full slate of ‘civil rights,’” even though American citizens are not provided these same benefits.
Hohmann continued, “It’s a massive wealth redistribution plan disguised as a humanitarian effort. It’s also a deconstruction plan, as the U.N. has long sought to deconstruct the nation-state system and replace it with a new system of global governance absent of any restrictions on their power.”