UN 2030 Agenda driving international labor migration

Thanks to reader Ron for sending this recent (September 2017) Briefing paper for the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The focus of the report is to promote the idea that moving migrant labor freely around the world and encouraging remittances to be sent back to the home country will alleviate world poverty. 

Basically it says that the UN is out to level the playing field around the world by removing “barriers to mobility” (borders be damned!) and supports the idea that migrants living in rich countries should send money out of the richer country to the poorer home country in a kind of redistribution of wealth on a global scale.

You see here what we are up against when we know global corporations are in lock step with the UN for their own greedy desires for refugee laborers willing to work for low wages (subsidized by taxpayers)—your quality of life be damned.  Can you say Chobani Yogurt, JBS Swift and Tyson Foods just to name a few!

Has the Heritage Foundation drunk the kool-aid on this too?

I wasn’t planning to post the document until I had read it more carefully, but decided it is too important to sit around on my desk.

Click here to read the whole thing.


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