Continuing its campaign to destroy Western Civilization, the U.N. has called on Western nations to lower barriers to legal immigration, at a five-day conference concerning the movement of Third World peoples into First World nations.
Held in Vallarto, Mexico, the meeting was clearly meant as an attack on the sovereignty and identity of the United States and as a defense of the displacement of millions of whites from the southwestern United States.
“Although states have legitimate interests in securing their borders and exercising immigration controls, such concerns do not trump the obligations of the state to respect the internationally guaranteed rights of all persons,” said Navi Pillay, ANC insider and U.N. high commissioner of human rights.
Even as America has lost 3M manufacturing and 850,000 professional service and information jobs to the Third World since 2001, and with the rate of legal immigration already at about 1.2M annually, Pillay thought it reasonable to call on Americans and the West to take in 214M “international migrants”.
The South-African born Tamil who relied on America for her education was quick to imply that it was prejudice, not the pursuit of maintaining our economy, identity, culture, and way of life, that motivated the vast majority of Americans to oppose a mass migration of Third World peoples into a country that took hundreds of years to build, as if it were lack of experience with multiculturalism that shaped American opinion.
Confusing the absence of discrimination –something used by employers and schools to weed out candidates– with treating people fairly, she threatened Americans as being outside compliance with international law, stating that “The principle of non-discrimination is fundamental in international human rights law.”
What Pillay, whose opinions are adopted by both Republicans and Democrats here in the United States, doesn’t recognize is the fact that European peoples, especially in America, have always recognized certain rights as being beyond the authority of man to grant or deny.
The right to associate freely and to come together by consensus, instead of by real or implied threat of violence, imprisonment, or death, is a gift from Providence, and Western man has and will always be ready to fight for it.
If you’re ready to fight for it, and if you’re ready to stand up against international thugs like Pillay, consider joining the American Third Position today.