Peter Sutherland, currently the United Nations Special Representative for Migration, told the Irish Times that his first big breakthrough into European politics was all because of the opinions he had.
“I am a strong believer in European integration as the taming of nationalism,” Sutherland said.
“I am absolutely an internationalist, and Garret [FitzGerald, previous President of Ireland] was too. That is what we came together on and why he appointed me to Europe.”
In certain political circles, saying you’re an “internationalist” is code for saying you agree with the ongoing White genocide agenda, in place today – that you agree “diversity” and mass immigration should be used to eliminate majority White countries.
“Obviously if a country and people believe they have been badly done by economic distribution, then the mood towards people coming in [immigration] is going to be negatively impacted,” Sutherland said.
“But I think most arguments against immigrants are based far more on a sense of nativist interests: ‘We are different, we are here, and we don’t want them here.’”
Well, duh! That’s why countries exist in the first place. People want to be around people similar to themselves; this is very simple human nature.
He made his anti-White agenda clear in 2012: “The United States, or Australia and New Zealand, are migrant societies and therefore they accommodate more readily those from other backgrounds than we do ourselves, who still nurse a sense of our homogeneity and difference from others.”
“And that’s precisely what the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine.”
Anyone who disagrees with his agenda, is apparently “xenophobic“.
And surprise, surprise – he’s good friends with Angela Merkel and The Pope, both of whom sprout the same agenda.
He especially loves what Merkel has done to Germany – he described it as a “tremendous example” to the rest of Europe, but is upset that Sweden did not do the same.
This is how things work in politics – in their eyes, we, the people, are big dummies and our opinions are wrong, while they have the right opinions which must be forced on us.
And what about them? A former colleague of Sutherland supports his political stance, but said if mass immigration goes wrong, the people responsible for it, like Sutherland, can always escape to Switzerland in a gated community for the rich.
“White Genocide for thee, but not for me” – this is the slogan of all those rich White anti-Whites.