Or so the institutions of globalization tell us. The BBC summarizes the latest controversy fairly enough.
Immigration skeptic Katie Hopkins wrote an article in The Sun likening migrants to cockroaches, which is apparently tantamount to the Rwandan genocide or the Holocaust. The UN and the British government, of course, care very little for actual incidents of racial violence in Western countries, such as the systemic rape of thousands of white girls and women by Muslim immigrants in Rotherham and other British cities. That would be racist. Protecting white populations is unacceptable in a multicultural state.
UN Human Rights Commissioner Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein had a lot to say against the article, and against free speech. I’m sure Hussein has no personal interest in the demographic advancement of Arabs and Muslims in Europe at all and is being totally impartial in his assessment of the migration question from an outsider perspective. The UN, the majority of whose members are African or Middle Eastern, surely has European interests at heart. I have prepared a translation of some of his quotations.
“This vicious verbal assault on migrants and asylum seekers in the UK tabloid press has continued unchallenged under the law for far too long,” he said.
Criticism of population replacement ought to be illegal. All of the people coming to Europe are poor innocent migrants and refugees who deserve pity, resettlement and welfare.
“I am an unswerving advocate of freedom of expression, which is guaranteed under Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, but it is not absolute.
Freedom of speech is a human right. Exercising it is not.
“Article 20 of the same covenant says ‘any advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence shall be prohibited by law’.”
Arguing against immigration from other countries is illegal. You have no right to a nation state with an ethnic majority.
He added: “The nasty underbelly of racism that is characterising the migration debate in an increasing number of EU countries has skewed the EU response to the crisis.”
It is racist to want white countries to remain white. All white countries need more Africans and Muslims. The EU must do more to replace its people with Africans.
If Europeans do not speak up now, it is clear that they will lose their right to do so in an increasingly not only non-white but anti-white future. Europe for Europeans. Africa for Africans.