The Charter of the Movement

The Movement for Remigration (MPLR) is a political organization dedicated exclusively to putting an end to migratory anarchy and reversing its flow.

PRINCIPLES OF ACTION

That is to say, the principle of the right person to the right function, for the right mission as well as that of active research, training and the promotion of the best of us that will be available. Thus, any person noting his lack of skills or availability for a task to which it is associated has the duty to report it so that the mission is entrusted to another if possible. The MPLR is an operational device that does not apply the democratic principle in its operation, for the sake of efficiency.

We strive to integrate in our operation the principle of evaluating individuals and operations in order to achieve greater effectiveness in our objectives.

The MPLR seeks to give an image of its action adapted to the needs of the indigenous population in Europe to recognize itself in its leaders, its spokespersons, its initiatives. In the context of partnerships of interests and means useful to our purpose and adapted to the context, we envisage relations with personalities or movements with related objectives but not necessarily sharing all our imperatives.

Without losing sight of the fact that the media system is unfortunately to be regarded as hostile, we seek to limit our exchanges with this sphere to the essential necessary to our objectives, without animosity but without collusion.

WORK ORGANIZATION

The MPLR consists of a core defining the strategic line and three tactical segments each with their own chain of command, adapted structuring to implement the principles defined by the core.

The irresponsibility of the media that glorify the clandestine and those who assist them as they are viewed throughout Africa and the Middle East.

The financing of aid associations to illegal immigrants like France Terre d’Asile, CIMADE etc. The transformation of Frontex dedicated to the protection of Europe’s borders as a logistics system for illegal immigration.

And finally, the mafias who get rich while money from illegals could be used to finance their local economies in their countries of origin. Traffic estimated at more than 6 billion euros a year, which feeds the networks of pimping and drug trafficking.

If you think this irresponsible policy should stop, support our action by joining our movement or making a donation.

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