Letter to The Editor: Open Borders Inevitably Stoke Xenophobia
Jennifer Oriel refers to the 'once great UN' ('Open borders inevitably stoke xenophobia', 31/10), but the UN was never great: it has always been an instrument devised by elites to achieve the control of populations. In 1963 Rumania's former anti-communist foreign minister Prince Michael Sturdza exposed the wickedness of the UN operation in the early 1960s against Katanga in his essay 'World Government and International Assassination'. A year later G. Edward Griffin published a devastating full-length critique of the UN in his book 'The Fearful Master'. And in 1973 Jean Raspail gave us his novel 'The Camp of the Saints' warning of the danger to Europe of uncontrolled third-world immigration.
Almost the whole of Oriel's thesis has been known and promoted for forty years by right-wing Australians. What a pity that the left-wing establishment in this nation suppressed the truth so rigorously for so long! The UN has not been alone in censoring the truth about the corruption of Western European nations by ruthless elites uncaring of the interests of ordinary people.
NJ, Belgrave, Vic