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The End of America

Updated on July 15, 2019
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I grew up on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and currently reside in Florida.

Yes, the end of America has arrived at our figurative doorstep, or should I say, its end as an independent sovereign nation.

This came to fruition September 2016, when the UN General Assembly adopted the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, something strongly supported by the Obama Administration, its reported intent was to develop a global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration.

President Obama then followed up that mega-event by hosting an additional spectacle of his own the following day called the Leaders’ Summit on the Global Refugee Crisis.

Now this is not the sole effort that has to do with the absolution of the Nation state, and not just America, but all nations; but it is certainly the 'silver bullet' that will end America's Sovereignty once and for all.

For more than twenty years we have seen each and every President heralding the benefits of the merging of America with the rest of the globe. Bush Sr., Bill Clinton, Bush Jr. and Obama all steadfastly supported the emerging one world economy and UN controlled international authority.

Those presidents each used different terms to describe this process such as “globalism”, “globalization”, “an integrated world”, “the global economy” and even “a New World Order”, it all meant the same thing.

What they didn't state, is how this means American individualism and patriotism, our unique cultural and historical heritage must be sacrificed. Nor did they mention how Open Borders and unifying the United States into a one world economy will be painful for the American people. How it meant wages would have to go down and our standards of living would have to fall, as its simply impossible to 'share the wealth' with the rest of the world and have it be otherwise.

Out of that two-day globalist extravaganza that occurred back in September 2016 came not only the Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, but the launching of the two-year negotiation process to produce the Global Compact for Migration, which culminated on July 11, 2018 with the production of the final draft of the document.

In December 2017, President Trump directed the U.S. State Department to leave the Global Compact negotiations, overruling his UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, who wanted the U.S. to remain, I happen to believe this is one of the key reasons she has resigned from the position, as pressure mounts to curb Trump's efforts to secure America's Sovereignty grows, and anyone supporting his efforts becomes a target.

Trump was blasted by the Democrats, globalists, the professional compassion lobby, and of course his fan clubs (CNN, MSNBC, NYT, etc.) for pulling out, much as he was blasted by them for withdrawing the United States from the UN’s Paris climate accord, UNESCO, and other UN programs.

Trump has been true to his campaign promise of putting America, and Americans first, by pulling out of these agreements he has not bound America to agreements which would subjugate the U.S. of A. to the U.N. or other International bodies of power.

President Trump at the 73rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly denounced choosing global governance and "domination" over American independence.

"Each of us here today is the emissary of a distinct culture, a rich history, and a people bound together by ties of memory, tradition, and the values that make our homelands like nowhere else on Earth," Trump said.

"That is why America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control, and domination," Trump said. "I honor the right of every nation in this room to pursue its own customs, beliefs, and traditions. The United States will not tell you how to live or work or worship. We only ask that you honor our sovereignty in return."

So what is in the Global Compact for Migration you ask?

Supporters would say that this compact is a non-binding, non-normative framework, but there is quite a lot of determination in the language, strong, unyielding, firm and definitive wording that makes it clear there is to be no compromise once its enacted and made part of a larger more enforceable international law.

"Large movements of refugees and migrants must have comprehensive policy support, assistance and protection, consistent with States’ obligations under international law.”

Overall it ensures anyone from anywhere will have:

  • Access to basic services for migrants and gender-responsive services
  • Remittances, including lowering costs of sending remittances
  • Protection of labour rights and a safe environment for migrant workers
  • Promotion of labour mobility, including circular migration
  • Recognition of foreign qualifications, education and skills and cooperation in access to and portability of earned benefits
  • International cooperation for border control (meaning NO border control)

And in addition it criminalizes opposition to Open Borders and Mass Migration:

The Declaration for Refugees and Migrants warns that “we are witnessing, with great concern, increasingly xenophobic and racist responses to refugees and migrants.”

And so, included in the Global Compact for Migration was wording suggesting that anyone who, for any reason, opposes mass migration and open border policies must be prosecuted under “international law.” In essence anyone who is a 'Nationalist' and who wants secure borders.

The Declaration proclaims that “we deplore all manifestations of xenophobia, racial discrimination and intolerance. We welcome the global campaign proposed by the Secretary-General to counter xenophobia and we will implement it in cooperation with the United Nations and all relevant stakeholders, in accordance with international law.”

Ultimately the efforts within the UN, and all Globalization efforts, are to eliminate the sovereignty of Nations and eliminate borders. This may not be a bad thing overall, in a future world. But in the current world in which we live, our rights to liberty and freedom as American citizens would be forfeited, no longer protected or guaranteed... because our American government would be subordinated to a higher authority, and our ability to control our borders, and protect our own interests as a Nation would be eliminated.

© 2018 Ken Burgess

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    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      Brad 

      2 months ago

      Dan

      What facet of globalization are you a fan?

    • Ken Burgess profile imageAUTHOR

      Ken Burgess 

      2 months ago from Florida

      Dan,

      It is obvious that larger agendas are in play. This is not about helping the less fortunate, it is about reshaping the globe in preparation for a 'one world order'.

      In order to do that, they must eliminate the nation, they do this by a variety of approaches that will not bear fruit until decades down the road.

      The attacks on nationalism today, the avoidance of teaching pride in one's country today, you and I see as annoying... but we are old, our time is short, the young kids coming up today who are taught to disrespect America and what it stands for are the future.

      Combine this programming going on in our schools and media, with a massive influx of non-Americans, and you will have a population that is more than ready to sacrifice the Constitution and the Freedoms and Liberties it promises for a chance at 'global harmony' and a 'one world order'.

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      Dan Harmon 

      2 months ago from Boise, Idaho

      While I am a fan of "globalization" I do not support the current definition, for it is intended to turn the world into another EU, with the UN dictating what every nation will do and how it will be done. In the case of the US it simply means that the US will support the rest of the world, particularly poor, third world nations. This is totally unacceptable and Trump is absolutely correct in fighting such efforts.

      I find little reason that countries cannot fit within a global economy, but it cannot be done by requiring a small handful of nations to support the rest. Either a country is capable of supporting it's people or it is not; if not no other country is responsible for doing it FOR them.

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      Ken Burgess 

      7 months ago from Florida

      James thank you for the compliment, and taking the time to read this.

      It falls in nicely with your article on Democratic Socialism, and it takes tying the facts in this article, with your article, with what China is doing with their Social Credit system to be able to project out where things will be ten, twenty years down the road.

      The goal for those driving all these forces appears to be to create a smaller world, united under one global system of government, economics, and social order.

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      Brad 

      7 months ago

      Ken

      "The Declaration proclaims that “we deplore all manifestations of xenophobia, racial discrimination and intolerance. We welcome the global campaign proposed by the Secretary-General to counter xenophobia and we will implement it in cooperation with the United Nations and all relevant stakeholders, in accordance with international law.”

      This UN policy brings in two things. This is exactly what the democrats under president Obama have as its goal. That is why, I have accurately called them UnAmericans. They started with social re-engineering to make the minorities, including immigrants into the norm. No one has to agree with my opinion, but they should at least look how America has changed from Americans to just a subset of the global mass population. The democrats have started the melting pot through the misinterpretation by SCOTUS of the 14th amendment.

      Equal opportunity has changed to Equality and that is not possible anywhere, especially America. Equality is a social concept, not a government domain. People just don't believe in equality if they believe they are above that norm, nor do people strive for equality, they strive for the top or at least above the norm.

      The quote from your article also is the reason why the UN is bad for the world, and really bad for America or any other free country. They have been useless in their job of world peace. I believe they have achieved the opposite.

      Whatever your opinion is on climate change, humans can make it worse, but they are not the ones that can reverse it. They don't understand the root cause, so how can they attempt to reverse. The similarity between the Paris accord, and the UN globalization is that they are not solutions. No more so than Healthcare, pharmaceutical companies, donating to charities solve the basic problem. The Paris accord makes money for everyone not America, Globalization doesn't help the world, unless you are the few that created it. And donating to charities to cure disease is also another money game. Instead of healthcare that enriches insurance companies, and drug companies the solution is really to find cures for major diseases. Instead of what we have today where we don't have any real cures for cancer, heart disease. We have people paying insurance companies and drug companies to save the few, while ignoring the mass.

      My point is that these are examples that follow the same logic as globalization and people will fall for it like they did with Climate Change, and Healthcare.

      Globalization is like releasing all the deadly humans into the same cage and thinking that the bad ones won't eat the good ones. The UN hasn't accomplished much since it was created, and how can it when the countries they are supposed to key peace can vote themselves along with other countries that agree with them to stop any action against them. It is time to dissolve the UN for not only failing at their goal, but because they have created a dangerous new Goal of globalization.

      del if u wish

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      James A Watkins 

      7 months ago from Chicago

      Thank you for this brilliant article. I agree with your assessment completely. As you said so well "wages would have to go down and our standards of living would have to fall, as its simply impossible to 'share the wealth' with the rest of the world and have it be otherwise."

      I found it shocking to learn from you that "included in the Global Compact for Migration was wording suggesting that anyone who, for any reason, opposes mass migration and open border policies must be prosecuted under “international law.”"

      I have no doubt whatsoever that you are spot onto say: "Ultimately the efforts within the UN, and all Globalization efforts, are to eliminate the sovereignty of Nations and eliminate borders."

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      Readmikenow 

      7 months ago

      Ken, one more time you've written something I can't add to but completely support. Good Job. Why do those on the left on fully comprehend what exactly they are doing?

    • Ken Burgess profile imageAUTHOR

      Ken Burgess 

      7 months ago from Florida

      Thank you Glenn, that is most appreciated.

      It certainly can be scary to contemplate, when you consider this, with things like China's Social Credit system (which I covered in another article) and the military or economic 'squeeze' on any nation that tries to extricate themselves from this plan (IE - Libya, Syria, Venezuela)…

      As I commented to Vivian, one can hope for the best that this 'one world - borderless system' could bring, but there is also the potential for great abuse and oppression from it as well.

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      Brad 

      7 months ago

      Global Migration makes the world one big commune.

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      Glenn Stok 

      7 months ago from Long Island, NY

      Ken, You’ve done a great job writing this article, and your research is superb. It’s sad that so many people fail to do proper research to find the truth. They would rather just believe the media without considering that they are being fed information that makes them follow the rest to a demise of the America. What’s worse, they won’t even know what hit them when all their rights are refused.

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      Ken Burgess 

      8 months ago from Florida

      Thank you Vivian, I appreciate the comment.

      Its unfortunate that many people who believe in a better world and want for peace, and open borders, and have good will for all buy into the concept of globalism, without recognizing that those who would control such global power, the international corporations and financial institutions might very well use it to enslave the 99% to the 1%.

      Where humanity, and nations are today, is not sufficient for such an open-globalization to work for the betterment of humanity, and therefore we need to protect America the Nation from falling to the UN/WB/WTO control, or from giving up its position as global leader to a less benevolent nation like China.

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      Vivian Coblentz 

      8 months ago

      Great article, Ken. I'm going to give you a follow. Biblically speaking, the anti-christ will arrive on the scene under some type of one world order. Everything is being set into place for this to happen. Praise God for His mercy in giving us a president who will stand up for our right to remain a sovereign nation! The attacks he comes under daily is engineered from the pits of hell.

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      A B Williams 

      11 months ago from Central Florida

      I just heard Rush say that Alyssa Milano is willing to give RBG both of her kidneys, such sacrifice! (if she realizes just how great the sacrifice...maybe only time will tell)

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      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      11 months ago from Kaufman, Texas

      So much more reversal of Obama policy needs doing. Luckily the man for the job is in place, and a stronger hold of the Senate as well. The Supreme Court will be very important, and as soon as Ruth Bader Ginsburg is replaced, things will look that much the better.

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      Yves 

      11 months ago

      No problemo, Ken. Thanks for the links. Macron's statements are interesting given the serious problems France (and Italy) have been suffering due to mass migration. We agree that Trump has staved off major disasters pertaining the EU. I fear the reprieve is temporary, and will last as long as Trump is in office. We will see what happens after that.

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      Ken Burgess 

      11 months ago from Florida

      Yves,

      Thank you for the kind comment, I am sorry I didn't reply to it sooner.

      "All I can say is "Thank God we finally have a leader who is not afraid to stand up to the U.N. Trump has averted out demise, for the time being. I wish more people understood this, but the "elitists" will never see anything beyond their own noses."

      Very well put, it is nice to have someone else who sees what has transpired so clearly reinforce the opinion posed.

      Its difficult to try to put some of the strings together in writing, trying to show readers the larger web, and not have very many of them be able to get past the "Right vs Left' or Dem vs. Rep tinted glasses in which they always view anything remotely resembling politics.

      I am going to add to my reply to you, something I said in another thread, as the information supports this article and conversation:

      The age of the nation state is over and the idea that countries can stand alone is an ‘illusion’ and a ‘lie’, the EU president believes. -2010

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1328568/N...

      Emmanuel Macron has vowed to abolish nationalism in France and has outlined his hellish vision for “European sovereignty” to replace French culture and traditions. -2018

      http://www.fergieinfo.com/2018/08/31/macron-vows-t...

      Nationalism, not to be confused with ultra-nationalism, promotes a more meaningful human existence by using morality, virtue, and cultural identity as building blocks for society, and so therefore serves as a more compatible operating system for human beings.

      China is full blown Nation State, while Europe and North American leadership are desperately trying to throw away any semblance of social cohesion or nation state culture, tearing themselves apart in the process.

      China is showing just how great a Nation can be when it is unified with one culture, one society, and it works to eliminate those elements within its borders that try to 'diversify' from that.

      Where as China is focused on one ultimate agenda, making China great... The American media will go off on left versus right controversies, and make a big show of various battles between them, all the while, none of these issues harm globalist platforms.

      Trumps actions however, have harmed globalist efforts and platforms, his pulling out of the TPP and the Paris Accord, his pulling out of the UN's Global Compact for Migration, etc. etc. its somewhat surprising he has been allowed to get as far as he has.

      Eventually the globalist agenda will retake control of the narrative, it is inevitable, what this reprieve Trump has given us allows for remains to be seen, will it merely be a few more years of good fortune for America, or will it lead to something more profound and permanent that will benefit the next generation.

      I guess that really depends on how much more time he is allotted to improve America's position on the international/global trade stage, as well as with border control, and other issues that can impact the economy for years to come and extricate America from the 'global agenda'.

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      A B Williams 

      11 months ago from Central Florida

      Ken, it is always a good idea to actually put your hands on a newspaper, such as the Wall Street Journal.

      Obviously, the people are paying more attention than one may think, they did not choose the person (this time around) that promised to treat them as children, by doing everything for them, they chose the person that spoke to the their hearts and minds. Although this group of people is continually portrayed in the MSM as imbeciles, they are smiling all the way to the bank.

      I'm so excited about Brazil and the course they have chosen. I am equally excited about Black Americans exiting the democratic plantation and embracing America loving and living conservatism!

      What I find depressing is how we've allowed the U.N. to gain such a stronghold here....up until now, with this President. Although I do not agree with every move he makes, if it is in the direction of America's best interest.....I am all in.

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      Ken Burgess 

      11 months ago from Florida

      A B Williams

      The interesting thing is I do not find it 'depressing' or get angry about it.

      What I find sad is that so much is going on, so many of these 'laws' and 'documents' that are enacted yet our (American) media keeps the people so ignorant about it.

      I have spent time in more than one country that was far more informative in their news coverage than American news... no matter how much CNN or Fox News you watch, you are pretty ignorant of what is transpiring in the world. Unless you regularly read something like the Wall Street Journal, the tripe our MSM gives us is almost useless.

      The second issue I have with it, the technology and the support systems are not there to handle such an egalitarian ideal.

      This 'no borders' effort is something that might be successful if implemented 10 or 20 years down the road. Doing it now is causing social turmoil and economic distress for most European Nations, and is starting to cause real political turmoil here as well, and for cities in California and elsewhere major economical hardships.

      This effort to deceive the people, force things on them against their will, is the biggest reason its facing failure now. If they were open about these efforts, explained it positively in the news, went to the American people with a plan... it might work far better.

      But our leaders constantly lie to us... for example, when they said NAFTA would be great for Americans... it wasn't... it was the demise of the American industrial base, the unions, wage increases and upward mobility for most. It made Mexico and Canada far better off for it, it helped make corporations far richer, between NAFTA and China's favored nation non-tariff status everything went from being made in America, to being made anywhere but in America.

      Same with this, there is no benefit to America or Europe with this, this will be a great hardship on our economy, standard of living, everything will take a hit... just like if you added two new mouths to feed to your family, and had to take care of everything with what income you have now, it makes it tougher to pay the bills, that vacation to the Bahamas just got cancelled.

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      Ken Burgess 

      11 months ago from Florida

      @ReadMikenow

      "hasn't there been mass migration to the United States at different times in its history?"

      Migration has always been allowed, but it has been controlled, and people have been turned away... this work by the UN is the first major step to take away the right of the Nation to control its border, it denies a Nation the ability to turn away people, it is a major stepping stone to eliminating the Nation state.

      What is the difference?

      If I want to pick up and move to Montana next week, I can, because I am an American.

      If I wanted to move to Switzerland, they could deny me entry, employment, citizenship, etc. because I am not Swiss.

      When International Law trumps National Law and Sovereignty no nation will have the right to deny anyone from going anywhere.

      And that would empower hundreds of millions to leave their country and flock to those nations that offer more opportunity.

      This of course will bring the collapse of those civilizations/nations their economy, their social supports, just as sure the Romans were overwhelmed not so much by military might, but by the millions of migrants that poured into the heart of their empire over and over again.

      What happens to America if 20 million people decide to enter next year? And 20 million the year after that? How long before wages drop, and social supports are overwhelmed, and become unavailable? How long before we have food shortages, rampant crime, schools and hospitals overwhelmed?

      ….

      "Do you think the problem today is the illegal immigrants who refuse to assimilate? "

      I put that quote in there from Thomas Jefferson for that reason, and we can see he is right if we look at how California has declined and become so dangerous in so many areas.

      You can't take in tens of millions of migrants from another country and have them assimilate, they will take over entire sections of the country, and it will take generations for them to become 'American' if they ever do...

      America is already at that tipping point, it already has tens of millions of illegal aliens within its borders, with this new UN 'Document' and 'International law' priority would be given to migrants, with no concern for the wellbeing of the Nation state or its economy.

      The President that follows this Global Compact and makes it policy will be the President that terminates the United States of America, its economy, its sovereignty, and its citizen's rights as Americans will be subjugated to international powers like the UN.

      This will come to pass, because people refuse to see that media sources like CNN, MSNBC, NYTimes are institutions of anti-American, pro-Globalization, pro-Corporation powers that exist to program them, they are a source of propaganda for entities that do not have the American citizen's best interests in mind, and that do not tell the truth, they hide the truth. People will eventually put into power another leader who will finish this country off, for good.

      Anyone who is soft minded enough to believe their lies about Trump being a Russian puppet, an anti-Semite, a traitor to the country as he is portrayed daily by the media are the very fools that will sell this nation, and their own futures, down the toilet.

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      Readmikenow 

      11 months ago

      Ken, hasn't there been mass migration to the United States at different times in its history? My grandfather and family were recruited by Steel Mills to come to the United States and work. The ship they came on had about a thousand people. It was one of many that regularly went to Ellis Island. I understand there were years when a million immigrants came through Ellis Island. Do you think the problem today is the illegal immigrants who refuse to assimilate? My generation is the last generation in our family that speaks the language from the old country. Our children have no interest. Everybody speaks English when we get together because so many don't know Ukrainian.

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      Yves 

      11 months ago

      All I can say is "Thank God we finally have a leader who is not afraid to stand up to the U.N. Trump has averted out demise, for the time being. I wish more people understood this, but the "elitists" will never see anything beyond their own noses.

      Another good article, Ken.

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      A B Williams 

      11 months ago from Central Florida

      Well this is depressing Ken, I was not aware of the magnitude of the global compact, yikes!

      So we never, ever elect another globalist, another Obama.....and we are good to go!

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