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December 12, 2018

For Immediate Release

In the book “The Art of War”, author Sun Tzu counselled, “the skilled leader subdues his enemy’s troops without any fighting; he captures their cities without laying siege to them.”

Marilyn Burns, Leader of the Alberta Advantage Party states that she has read the “Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration”, which she describes as a despotic United Nations Invasion Plan. She states, “It is chilling and shocking.”

This Invasion Plan was sprung on Canada in recent weeks; however, she notes that the Preamble explains that dialogues on global migration (immigration) began in 2006 and 2007, yet Canadians heard nothing. Burns, who formerly practiced immigration law, asks, “Who was Canada’s Prime Minister in 2006 and 2007? None other than Stephen Harper, with Jason Kenney being Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister and then Secretary of State for Multiculturalism and Canadian Identity.”

The Preamble also discloses that the U.N. advanced further negotiations in 2013. Burns asks, “Who were Canada’s Prime Minister and Immigration Minister in 2013? Again, Stephen Harper and Jason Kenney. Is it any wonder that it took Andrew Scheer until last week to express opposition to this Invasion Plan and Jason Kenney remains silent? We can rightly accuse Justin Trudeau of stealth, but the Leader of the United Conservative Party has tighter lips.”

She raises concern about the U.N.’s stated intention on pages 6 and 7 to collect data on all people on earth, which is couched in the rationale that it will help people safely migrate around the planet. She notes, “the problem is that our personal data will be regularly collected right down to our health and households, then reviewed by a United Nations Statistical Commission on a regular basis.” Burns states, “this Invasion Plan is also a massive Spy Plan. An Invasion and Spy Plan. Lovely.”

Burns notes that after reading the entire Invasion and Spy Plan, it is apparent that the United Nations has a plan to invade every part of every person’s life on this planet, whether we like it or not, or whether we want it or not. Full implementation of this Plan, she believes, is impracticable. “The document is full of flowery language that offers rights and opportunities to migrants far greater that any Canadian citizen could hope to attain or financially afford.”

Burns notes bizarre and puzzling descriptors in the body of the document, such as on page 3 which states, “we aim to facilitate… regular migration, while reducing… irregular migration.” And for example, on page 6, an Objective is to “establish mechanisms for the portability of social security entitlements,” and on page 30 it references a commitment to establishing migrant welfare funds. Clauses in page 12, 13, 23, and 25 refer to guaranteeing “decent work.” The document repeatedly refers to limiting information about migrants to what is “evidence based” and bans media outlets from negative reporting. It prevents politicians from speaking negatively about migrants. On page 31, the document suggests that signatories “make use of the capacity-building mechanism,” which is described on page 32 as a United Nations control hub. Africa is the only geographical location mentioned in the document.

“The suggestion that this document is not legally binding is rubbish,” says Burns. “It sets out action plans that the signatories commit to take, including implementing laws. It is a comprehensive framework for rapid movement of people and money around the planet.” She asks, “why is Canada allowing the United Nations to dictate who will enter Canada’s borders, and how?”

The Invasion and Spy Plan refers repeatedly to a U.N. 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. “Since this Invasion and Spy Plan doesn’t let us know what’s going to hit us in 2030, perhaps Justin Trudeau, or one of the other Canadian planners such as Stephen Harper or Jason Kenney can let us in on the secret,” Burns suggests. “Unless Harper and Kenney can deny they knew anything about this secretive invasion scheme.”

David Inscho, the AAP’s President cautions, “I would advise people to please read this Global Compact that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has signed on behalf of Canada. I have read the document and believe that it raises major questions as to what our Canada will be for our grandchildren. It is a certainty that, under this Agreement, the Canada we know today will not be the Canada that our grandchildren will know.”

You can read the UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration document here: https://www.un.org/pga/72/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2018/07/migration.pdf