We Were Never Asked

Mass migration and multiculturalism in the West are not natural phenomena. They are planned and orchestrated; the objective being to change our homelands from homogenous nations, where Western culture is the norm, into multi-ethnic landmasses devoid of shared culture, values or beliefs.

In this article we look at some of the key players; those involved with planning, orchestrating and promoting this fundamental and potentially irreversible change to Western societies and demographics. We also focus on those who speak in opposition. The individuals and organisations presented here are those already in the public eye, in positions of power and influence.

Those responsible for mass migration and multi-culturalism in the West interspersed with those who speak against it:

The United Nations

In 2001 the United Nations produced a report which considered a solution to the ‘problem’ of declining and ageing populations in the West, plus Japan and Korea, from the view point of migration. They called the solution to this problem ‘replacement migration‘. An accurate name, as it involved large influxes of non-Western migrants into Western countries.

In 2012 the United Nations special representative on migration, Peter Sutherland, told peers in the UK that the future prosperity of many EU states depended on them becoming multicultural. It is clear from his speech that he was well aware of the resistance of Western populations to mass migration and multiculturalism, hence his comment “[Europeans] 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.”

In 2016 the Member States of the United Nations adopted a resolution making the International Organization for Migration (IOM) a Related Organization of the UN. In creating this close relationship the UN recognised IOM as “an indispensable actor in the field of human mobility”.

Operating from the basis migration is inevitable, the IOM seeks to present global migration as a reality to be managed rather than a problem to be solved. As detailed in their Mission Statement what is important is how they make global migration happen while “upholding the human dignity and well-being of migrants”. It’s noted that the human dignity and well being of the host population is not their concern nor does it not form part of their goals.

Migration Data Portal IOM UN Migration Website

In May 2017 the UN International Organization for Migration produced a video in which they state “With 244 million people on the move, migration is inevitable, necessary and desirable.”

Inevitable is an interesting choice of word, meaning mandatory ~ required ~ compulsory ~ unpreventable ~ prescribed ~ obligatory.

Necessary For whom? Why would moving 244 million people around the globe be necessary? If migrants are beneficial to the West they must be more valuable in their own developing homelands. If they are not beneficial, why move them to a continent where a world minority, White people who represent only 12% of the world’s population and falling, reside.

Desirable For whom? Not the host nations. The British people for instance have consistently demanded that migration to Britain to be reduced.

On December 17, 2018, the United Nations approved the Global Compact on Refugees with 181 votes in favor, only the United States and Hungary voted against. The compact is designed to “strengthen the international response to large movements of refugees and protracted refugee situations”.

On December 19, 2018, the United Nations approved the Global Compact for Migration, with 152 countries voting in favor. The United States, Israel, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland voted against. This compact focuses on building a “common approach to international migration in all its dimensions”.

Key words and phrases include ‘more legal pathways for migration’ and ‘make an important contribution to global governance’.

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To understand the meaning and impact of the Global Compact for Migration it’s worth looking at those who voted against it and why.

President Donald Trump

In September 2018 President Donald Trump explained to the U.N. General Assembly why the U.S. would not by participating in the global compact for migration. He stated migration should “not be governed by an international body unaccountable to our own citizens.” The first video is a clip of this section of his speech. The second video is his full 30 minute speech.

Extract from CBC news Trump tells UN General Assembly U.S. rejects ‘global governance’ September 25th 2018

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Péter Szijjártó Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs

In November 2018, Péter Szijjártó, Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade stated that United Nations migration package “betrays Europe” and would pose a “serious danger” for Europe as it is “aimed at legalizing illegal migration as a fundamental human right”. He added Hungary would vote against the proposal at next year’s UN general assembly session, which they did.

Péter Szijjártó in an interview from June 2018, where he explains the Hungarian government’s migration policy to BBC Newsnight. In the interview Péter Szijjártó states “Yes it is our intention to keep Hungary a Hungarian nation”:

‘Hungarian foreign minister challenged on migration policy – BBC Newsnight’

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In 1925 Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi published ‘Praktischer Idealismus’ (Practical Idealism) in which he envisioned the disappearance of European nations and the peoples of Europe. In their place would be the ‘Eurasian-Negroid race of the future’.

In 1966 he published ‘Paneuropa: 1922-1966’ which described the history of the political movement he had founded. This political movement is seen as one of the precursors to the European Union.

Coudenhove-Kalergi is considered the grandfather of the EU. He was the first recipient of the Charlemagne Prize for European Integration. Tony Blair, Angela Merkel, Donald Tusk, Martin Schultz are later recipients.

“The European Union is a staunch supporter of the process for a Global Compact on Migration (GCM), and it is committed to making the GCM a success.” The EU knows that migration covered by this compact is a one-way flow, from developing countries to the West. Despite this “the EU is a staunch supporter of the process and is committed to making the Global Compact for Migration a success”.

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Nick Griffin, Member of the European Parliament

In March 2014, Nick Griffin at the time North West England MEP and British National Party Chairman, gave a speech to the EU Parliament about Coudenhove-Kalergi and the genocide of the European people.

Note: For too long we have been persuaded not to listen to people who are deemed to have the ‘wrong’ views. We need to move beyond that. We are adult and can listen and decide for ourselves whether to agree or disagree.

Nick Griffin’s speech to the EU Parliament as part of a European Union debate on asylum 2014

“When the godfather of the European Union, Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, published the plan for the united Europe and the ethnocide of the peoples of Europe, the encouragement of mass non-white immigration was central to the plot. Since then, an unholy alliance of leftists, capitalists and Zionist supremacists has schemed to promote immigration and miscegenation with the deliberate aim of breeding us out of existence in our homelands. As indigenous resistance to this human genetic-modification industry grows, the criminal elite seeks new ways to camouflage their project. First, their immigrant pawns were temporary guest workers; then it was a multiracial experiment; then they were refugees, and then the answer to a shrinking population. Different excuses, different lies — and asylum is just another one. But the real aim stays the same: the biggest genocide in human history, the final solution of the Christian European problem. This crime demands a new set of Nuremberg trials, and you people will be in the dock.” Nick Griffin MEP British National Party, March 2014

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Tony Blair UK Prime Minister 1997 – 2007

It was during Tony Blair’s premiership that mass migration to the UK started. At the same time multiculturalist policies, at a national level, began to be introduced. Immigrants arriving in the UK were told they need not adopt British culture. They were encouraged, and still are, to practice the culture of their homelands be that Pakistan, Somalia or India.

Assuming this quote from Tony Blair in December 2006, nine years into his premiership, is genuine on Blair’s part, it’s clear he had no understanding of the meaning of culture. If we are talking about culture at any level beyond cuisine then differences will almost inevitably lead to discord. That is the nature of culture – it’s ‘the way we do things around here’.

Yascha Mounk was an Executive Director of Tony Blair’s Institute for Global Change in 2018 and continues as a contributor to the organisation. Here he talks about the rise of the populist movement on the German television channel Tagesthemen, he states that in Germany “we are daring to attempt a historically unique experiment, namely to transform a mono-ethnic and monocultural democracy into a multi-ethnic one.”

Yascha Mounk interview on Tagestheman February 2018

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BBC – who inadvertently created ‘I am an Englishman

The BBC is a major proponent of mass migration and multiculturalism. They push a narrative that Britain has always been multicultural and objecting to mass migration is unacceptable. This ‘educational’ video, which was removed because of the objections received, targeted 14 to 16 year old children.

Yup, we were multicultural long before curry and carnival. It’s in our DNA. There’s no such thing as a pure Brit, despite what some flag wavers would have you believe.

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Consecutive UK Governments

It was during Blair’s government that mass migration to the UK started. Every government since have promised to reduce migration. Every government has failed to do so. Indeed since 2014, net migration has increased to over 200,000 annually. Whilst the promises to control immigration remain unfulfilled our governments have pro-actively reduced their ability to take action by signing up to UN agreements.

They had a choice as to whether they adopted the global compact to migration. Other countries including US, Israel and Hungary refused. The UK willingly went ahead despite objections from the population including a petition to parliament. Then they tell us their hands are tied and they cannot stop illegal migrant from reaching our shores and they cannot expel them once they have arrived.

In contrast to the UK, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that Israel would not be joining the United Nations’ global migration pact “We have a duty to protect our borders against illegal infiltrators. That’s what we’ve done, and that’s what we will continue to do,” the terse statement concluded.

Tony Blair Prime Minister 1997 – 2007

As Minister for Asylum and Immigration during Tony Blair’s first term, Barbara Roche intentionally used immigration and asylum to transform Britain. “My being Jewish informs me totally, informs my politics” states Barbara Roche. “I understand the otherness of ethnic groups.”

Mass migration started (and has continued ever since). “Wherever there was any criticism of her policy, either internally or externally, Roche dismissed it as racist. Indeed Roche – who criticised colleagues for being too White – insisted that even the mention of immigration policy was racist” Douglas Murray, The Strange Death of Europe, 2017.

From article in The Independent ‘Roche urges Labour to promote the benefits of legal migration‘ 2003
Extract from The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam by Douglas Murray, 2017
ONS data on migration 1965 to 2013

Gordon Brown Prime Minister 2007 – 2010

David Cameron Prime Minister 2010 – 2016

ONS data on migration 1965 to 2013

Theresa May Prime Minister 2016 – 2019

Boris Johnson Prime Minister 2019 onwards

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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi

Sometimes those who speak out against mass migration from the West come from unexpected places.

From MEMRI TV during a session of the World Youth Forum in Sharm Al-Sheikh 2018, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi was asked about Western countries preventing the entrance of people from undeveloped countries. He answered: “Instead of asking me why the West closes its gates to us, you should ask yourself why the people of Afghanistan don’t take better care of their country… [The same is true] in Pakistan, in Egypt, in Syria, in Libya, in Iraq, in Yemen, and in Somalia.” He said that people in those countries have been fighting amongst themselves for decades, so it is unreasonable for them to expect to be welcomed by Western countries while keeping their own culture and work ethic.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi on Western nations preventing migration undeveloped countries, December 2018

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We Were Never Asked

We were never asked because they already knew the answer. This article shows beyond doubt that the powers who are forcing mass migration and multiculturalism on the West know full well it is against our wishes. This is being done to us, and it is being done to us by undemocratic, unaccountable organisations like the UN.

Many, if not most, Western governments are complicit. That these governments are voted into power should never be taken as support for their policies. In the UK every government since Blair has been elected based on promises to control our borders and reduce migration. Every government has reneged on that promise.

No race or ethnicity in history has voluntarily become a minority in its historic homelands.

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Published 10 November 2020