Peter Sutherland, the UN’s special representative on international migration, is abusing his position in the United Nations to label anyone who disagrees with him as “xenophobic“.
He said that trying to stop illegal immigrants from entering Britain was “a xenophobic response to the issue of free movement…”
“In my opinion, the debate in the UK is grossly excessive in terms of Calais. We are talking here about a number of people – a relatively small number in the context of what other countries are having to do – who are in terrible conditions and have to be dealt with by France and/or Britain.”
“The first thing we have to do collectively is to deal with their conditions. Instead of talking about sending Gurkhas or building fences, we should be thinking of the humanitarian crisis.”
Sutherland talks about helping the illegal immigrants, but this is just crude propaganda meant to tug at people’s heart-strings.
Earlier this year, he wrote an article explaining his position:
“The countries of the EU have two options: They can either make a vain attempt to revert to outdated, mono-ethnic models of statehood, or they can accept diversity with the realization that their national cultures will not only survive, but flourish.”
And back in 2012, he told the BBC that the European Union should “be doing its best to undermine” Europe’s “homogeneity and difference from others.”
The only reason why Europe is having this “diversity” agenda forced on it, is because it’s full of White people. The same thing happened to America, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand for exactly the same reasons.
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