Unelected power broker Peter Sutherland wants the EU to erase Britain’s ethnic and cultural distinctiveness.
Last year, a man named Peter Sutherland said that the EU should “do its best to undermine” the “homogeneity” of its member states. He said this as the United Nations’ ‘Special Representative for International Migration’. He also went on to claim that the UK government’s immigration policy had no basis in international law.
So who is Peter Sutherland?
This man has his fingers in so many pies it’s no wonder that he’s so fat and unhealthy-looking. And he’s such a greedy man that he’s not particularly bothered what the pies contain – as long as they contain power and political influence. For example, Mr Sutherland is a non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and Senior Counsel at the Irish Bar. He also works for the Fine Gael party in Ireland and has attended meetings of the Bilderberg Group. More relevantly to this issue, he heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development. Before all that, Sutherland was Attorney General of Ireland and a chairman of BP.
Now what do selling oil, working for international finance, working for Fine Gael, and, more importantly, agitating for mass immigration – against national ‘homogeneity’ – all have in common? Yes, you’ve got it: power. That is, political power and therefore the ability to carry out one’s very own political and social experiments on the peoples of Europe. And all this is done – and has been done – without Peter Sutherland receiving a single vote from anyone (save, perhaps, some shareholders here and there).