At Anonymous Conservative, there is a post about the deliberate plan by British politicians, notably under Tony Blair, to change the ethnic/demographic makeup of Britain.
“Tom Bower’s Broken Vows: Tony Blair – the Tragedy of Power, which is presently being serialised in the Daily Mail states Mr. Blair presided over a “silent conspiracy” to flood the United Kingdom with migrants, ordering his ministers to not discuss the subject in public. The biography claims that far from attempting to exercise any form of control whatsoever over migration, the British government worked to force the country to “see the benefit of a multicultural society”, and that to do so the country received “two million more immigrants” than it would otherwise have expected.”
The excerpt quoted above also mentions the infamous phrase apparently used by the perpetrators, citing the intent to ”rub the right’s noses in diversity”. Sounds very petty, doesn’t it? The idea that these venal politicians would sell out their countries and their constituents for spite, for pure spite and malice.
Here we can see how Australia’s political classes were planning, decades ago, to make Australia more Asian, and in fact to encourage, Coudenhove-Kalergi style, the formation of a ‘new race’ in Australia:
“Australia is changing. We’re an anomaly as a European country in this part of the world. There’s already a large and growing Asian population in Australia and it is inevitable in my view that Australia will become a Eurasian country … I happen to think that’s desirable. That means we are becoming part of the mainstream of this region”.
[…]“[we] should welcome the process of gradually becoming a Eurasian-type society … we will not just become a multicultural society – which seems to me to be a soft sort of terminology anyway – we will become a Eurasian society and we will be the better for it”.
The above quotes were from Bill Hayden, ALP leader in the 1980s.
Then we have Peter Sutherland, UN spokesman on migration, saying openly:
We … 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.”
And now of course every story about the ‘refugee’ train-wreck in Germany draws comments, at least on ethnopatriot blogs, about Merkel and her perfidy. The implication is usually that Merkel is acting on her own, that she is mad or malevolent (both, probably) and that the remedy is to remove her from office, along with her henchmen and their whole political machine.
But is that true? Are these individual leaders, the Blairs, the Sarzozys, the Merkels, the Camerons, the Sutherlands, the Bushes in our country, acting on their own? Are they carrying out some personal agenda? Is it just one massive coincidence that the West is plagued with ‘mad’ leaders out to destroy their countries and the people they supposedly represent? No. If only it were that simple: just a few traitorous leaders, perhaps ethnic outsiders with grudges against the countries that nurtured them, carrying out malevolent policies. But obviously there is an overarching agenda, and these people are just small-time players and apparatchiks, not the authors of it all by themselves.
But it’s not good to see it as an unstoppable force, this plan; they would like us to think it is, and they do their best to demoralize us, marginalize us, and prevent us from making ourselves heard. We should not help them by becoming passively resigned to this madness of theirs.