Irwin Steltzer is a self-confessed neoconservative, you know, those people who cornered the invade-the-world, invite-the-world market. Basically the neocons want us over there and them over here. Steltzer is also a key figure in organisations such as the Hudson Institute and the American Enterprise Institute.
Such organisations are very keen on neocon-style internationalism and mass immigration. This is because they suit the plutocrats whom they represent and who control the rest of us. This internationalism weakens national controls over finance, drives down the cost of wages in Western countries through mass immigration, and export jobs to where they can be done most cheaply.
Irwin is also what the Nazis used to call a ‘rootless cosmopolitan’. So the following from his piece in yesterday’s Irish Independent comes as comething of a shock.
“There are places in the UK, France, America and other countries where the existing inhabitants feel they have become strangers in a strange land. The dress is foreign and often scary, the native tongue is unheard of on the streets, the odours from the cooking of strange foods are off-putting, children are held back in school by immigrants who do not speak the nation’s language, and the religions practiced vary from the merely exotic to the positively threatening”
“Perhaps worst of all, this is of little concern to the ruling elites, who rarely live in the affected neighbourhoods, or venture into them. They are free to favour multiculturalism without enduring its consequences, and to ignore the fact that new immigrants, unlike previous waves, have no desire to integrate into a culture they often find abhorrent.”
Couldn’t have put it better myself, Irwin me old mate. Just a pity that you didn’t start saying it years ago when you had such massive influence among our rulers.