The untold story behind a radical U.N. agenda to save humanity from a tsunami of impoverished migrants

By: Paul Joseph Watson, Alexie Eber, Rob Garver and Cesar Chelala

The United States, European Union, European Central Bank and United Nations have concluded that world population is exploding, with excess population leading to major catastrophes.

To stop this from happening, the world has committed to counter-migration policies.

…The result of this shift in policies, according to authoritative scientific estimates, will be 500 million migrants by the year 2050 — four times as many as there are today.

“The problem with migration is that migrants won’t always be there to contribute and support government policies, and often they don’t.”

This sentence from the Heritage Foundation explains the real reason to “drain the swamp” of globalization: The globalist agenda doesn’t stop at borders, it ultimately leads to the ending of nation-states. What began as “economic globalization” that helped fight poverty and enhance productivity for the developing world now leads to “humanitarian solidarity” abroad, based on immigration policies.

It is a perfect symmetry for the globalist process.

…Welfare spending in Europe has greatly expanded over the past few decades. . . Italy has so much sickness care funding it requires people to live elsewhere in order to obtain treatment, and despite going bust as its economy crashed, it has still managed to increase its welfare budget. . . As the free-market billionaire Carlos Slim recently claimed, “the welfare state works for those who can afford it and not for those who need it.” . .

How has European welfare been paid for?

Some might think that rising individual and corporate taxes and/or other “reforms” have played a key role in this trend. But according to academics Carl Gunter and others, “any progressive policy would create more immigrants; more immigrants, in turn, would have to pay more taxes.” Many left-wing economists, such as Larry Summers, argue the opposite, stating that this process can serve as a source of funding for others — a type of stimulus multiplier, more so than a trickle-down tax.

Thus, rising population without more resources from the welfare state is to the welfare state what an inflated credit rating is to financial markets.

If population growth is a problem, then what about the growth of the World Bank, international development and humanitarianism?

…The causes of the migration crisis have become more and more complex. But there is an important commonality: the multilateral system, built around economic globalization, is failing to address global problems. In other words, the globalist agenda of globalism ultimately leads to the end of nation-states.

Globalism comes at the expense of nationalism. We have become a “global society” with multinationalism and aid. However, aid has proven to be an almost useless source of funding, as has globalization, leading to refugees, and now the associated U.N. refugee crisis.

If the U.S. wants to reverse and halt the consequences of the massive population growth, it needs to reverse the forces of globalization and find ways to stop migration. However, the wrong steps will lead to the worst cases of poverty at home, causing more migrants abroad and more spurring population growth.

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