Friday, July 06, 2012

"Undermine national homogeneity"

UN migration chief Peter Sutherland said that the EU should "do its best to undermine" the "homogeneity" of its member states. He also added that the prosperity of many EU states depended on them becoming multicultural.

If you haven't guessed it already, Globalism is the new left-wing movement in the world. Many left-wing parties in the world support the globalist movement. These left-wing parties include communists and socialists in many different countries. Globalism is an international movement that wants to unite the world as one entity in order to control it politically and economically. Communism in the 20th century was also an international movement that sought to unite the working class against the capitalists. It failed miserably in just about every country that it was experimented in and lead to the deaths of at least 100 million people worldwide. 

Globalism seems to be less harsh than communism was, but the fundamental principles and goals of the two are almost identical. Both oppose nationalism, independent nation states and cultural homogeneity, which is the quality or state of being homogeneous (of the same or similar nature). Communists were definitely anti-nationalistic and wanted to mix up various ethnic and cultural groups, much like multiculturalism does today. The United Nations like the European Union, is a pro-globalist institution that seeks to promote globalization by undermining national sovereignty.

UN migration chief Peter Sutherland said at a recent migration forum, that the EU should do its best to undermine the homogeneity of it member states. What he basically means is that he wants the EU to flood the member states with migrants from other parts of the world. In essence, this will cause the host nation to lose their cultural/ethnic homogeneity, as the host cultures will become minorities in their own countries. He also adds that the future prosperity of the EU states depends on them becoming multicultural. He wants Europe to become like North America and Australia where multiculturalism already exists and is thriving. He argues that the populations of Europe are ageing and must be replaced. 

Mr. Sutherland told the EU that member states should stop targeting "highly skilled" migrants, he stressed that "at the most basic level individuals should have a freedom of choice" about whether to come and study or work in another country. What Mr. Sutherland basically wants the EU to do is to support uncontrolled immigration and allow any migrants into EU member states. Has Mr. Sutherland asked the peoples of Europe whether this is want they really want? Why not work on increasing the natural and existing populations in Europe if population growth is low? Do European countries not have the right to their own unique and distinct cultures as many other countries in the world do? These are definitely some of the questions that I would like to ask Mr. Sutherland if I had the chance.

It should be known that Mr. Sutherland is a globalist agent as he has attended Bilderberg Group annual meetings in the past. He is the non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP. He runs the Global Forum on Migration and Development, which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas. It is no surprise that this man is apart of Goldman Sachs International and the Bilderberg Group. As I mentioned in previous posts, these people are behind globalization. Pushing multiculturalism is a part of the globalist agenda as they seek to undermine the sovereignty and homogeneity of independent nations of the world. These nations and the free peoples of the world have a lot to fear from the globalists as they seek to wipe out all traces of their nations and cultures.

For Hungary, this could have disastrous social and cultural consequences. Hungary has had a long history of foreign powers and invaders dictate to her while under occupation or rule. The UN is the last organization that I thought would dictate or undermine Hungarian sovereignty. It seems that the UN also has significant globalists in key positions such as Mr. Sutherland who would want to destroy the social fabric of Hungary and other European countries. The democratic and free countries of Europe need no social interference or social engineering. It is up to the countries within the EU to determine how their societies are made up. 

The UN and EU should have no right to undermine the distinct cultures of European nations and should stick their noses out of it. Mr. Sutherland's recommendation should be a highly disturbing notion to any free and democratic country. Every country in the world is entitled to its own nation and borders in which its unique cultural can prosper and thrive in peace, Mr. Sutherland should take note of this basic and universal fact. When a nation can't even make up its own policy or determine its own future, it has truly lost its sovereignty and freedom.