In case you think that the recent flood of Muslim invaders into the West is purely Barack Hussein Obama’s idea, then perhaps you may need to dig a little deeper and understand that this is all part of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees’ “Transformative Agenda” via the influence of the Socialist International (SI). This agenda is nothing short of Balkanizing Europe and the united States and making our lands filled with chaos, terrorism, strife and wickedness.

The New American reports:

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UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) executive director Anthony Lake are the UN point men working closely with the Obama State Department. The active leadership of both these individuals in the U.S. and EU refugee policies is cause for alarm. Even more alarming is the fact that they are not the only troubling participants; the ranks of the UN officials involved in formulating refugee “solutions” are filled with persons — including from Communist China — who have neither the interests of the refugees nor the security concerns of the West in mind. Guterres is the former Socialist Party prime minister of Portugal and former president of the European Council. Perhaps most notably, he was, from 1999-2005, president of the Socialist International, the radical Marxist organization that includes many “former” communist parties that have rebranded themselves as “socialist” or “social democrat” — without significantly changing their politics or personnel.

Although virtually unknown to most Americans, the Socialist International (SI) has been exerting enormous political influence worldwide since the 1950s, especially through its dominant influence at the United Nations.

SI “ultimate objective … nothing less than world government”

The Socialist International membership includes more than 160 socialist parties from more than 100 countries, including from 54 nations where SI member parties are currently running the show or sharing power in a coalition government. At its 1962 Congress in Oslo, Norway, the Socialist International candidly proclaimed: “The ultimate objective of the parties of the Socialist International is nothing less than world government…. Membership of the United Nations must be made universal.” The SI has never deviated from that objective, and has used its growing influence to push greater empowerment of the UN and its agencies, to the point that the UN is now on the brink of becoming a world government.

SI called on the European Union to reach a speedy agreement to handle, in a “fair and humane” way, the flow of refugees and asylum seekers from the Middle East. The organization added, “While it is important to recognise that this is an issue of global dimension and requires that countries from all continents assume their fair share of responsibility, it is crucial for Europe today to act in line with the values, the spirit of solidarity and of common progress upon which the EU was founded with the participation of our movement, and in keeping with its moral and legal obligations.”

First, how does SI claim anyone must “assume their fair share and responsibility”? Where did that idea come from? Second, what is this claim of “common progress”? Take a look at the Middle East and take a look at the West. There are light years of difference between the progress of one and the living in the Dark Ages of the other, and that has been the result of choosing to do so. The West has been based upon the Christian faith, teaching victory in Christ over the nations and subduing the enemies of Christ through the Gospel. The Middle East, for the most part, has been subdued by the teachings of Allah. We all see what that has resulted in.

SI continued their appeal to the world, “The Socialist International remains committed to promoting political solutions to this crisis, convinced that political action is the only way to achieve the conditions necessary for peace, democracy and equality. This position has been borne out at the numerous meetings of its Migrations Committee, its regional committees and its Councils, the most recent of which, held at the UN headquarters in New York, adopted unanimously a Charter for the Rights of Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers to which all its member parties worldwide subscribe.”

“At the SI Council meeting held at the UN in Geneva in December 2014 António Guterres, UN High Commissioner for Refugees and former President of the Socialist International, warned that the humanitarian system was reaching breaking point,” SI noted. “He also stressed the crucial need to tackle the root causes that create humanitarian problems, which urgently needed to be addressed from a political perspective.”

Others on the UN’s Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), who are behind the scenes and have been pushing this agenda include Helen Clark, Dr. Margaret Chan, and Anthony Lake.

The New American points out what these people and the State Department have been up to.

The collaborative relationship between the U.S. State Department and the UNHCR (including IASC, on which Antony Lake, Antonio Guterres, et al serve) is spelled out formally in the State Department document : “2014-2015 Framework for Cooperation Between the United States Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.”

That document begins: “The Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration at the United States Department of State (hereinafter referred to as PRM) and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (hereinafter referred to as UNHCR) have been working in formal partnership through a Framework for Cooperation since the year 2000 to provide protection, humanitarian assistance, and durable solutions to UNHCR’s beneficiaries.”

It continues: “They have a unique relationship: PRM has long been UNHCR’s top donor, while UNHCR has been PRM’s largest multilateral partner. PRM and UNHCR renew their bilateral Framework for Cooperation biennially to advance shared objectives.”

Ultimately, we can assume there is a greater end game than just being good “humanitarians,” and once this is in place and the chaos ensues, the UN will be called on to invade and “keep the peace.” This eventually seeks to be a predecessor to a one world government. If you are like me, you would like to see the complete defunding of the United Nations by the united States and the removal of that organization and all its tentacles from American soil.

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Courtesy of Freedom Outpost.