UN Special Migration Representative Calls for Destruction of Europe and North America
Peter Sutherland, the United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for International Migration, told the UN News Center it is not only the responsibility of Europe but also the United States and Canada to accept illegal immigration.
“Proximity doesn’t define responsibility,” he said.
Sutherland said it is “not merely a moral but a legal obligation (under the UN 1951 Refugee Convention)” to accept millions of “economic migrants” he said are “also deserving not merely of respect, and due regard to their rights, but also a constructive engagement in regard to migration more generally.”
In other words, it is the duty of Europeans and North Americans to open their borders and respect people who may not respect their cultural norms and not only do not intend to assimilate but, as the European example demonstrates, undermine legal and cultural norms in favor of Sharia law and often violent intolerance for other religions and customs.
He said opposition to massive illegal migration and concerns about the undermining of cultural norms, the destruction of social cohesion and threats to national sovereignty are “racist and xenophobic, and (ought) to be condemned.”
In June, following a meeting with Pope Francis, the boss of Goldman-Sachs International and Bilderberg attendee Sutherland told RTÉ radio 240,000 immigrants flooding into Europe each year is not an economic burden on countries such as Germany and the United Kingdom.