Remember this idiot was here in New Zealand last month. One wonders what he said to Cindy about our diversidy.
You might have missed this heart warming story from Germany. It appears that UN boss, Portuguese socialist Antonio Guterres has just been awarded the Charlemagne Prize at the Charlemagne Palace in Aachen.
The Charlemagne Prize is a prize awarded for work done in the service of European unification. It has been awarded annually since 1950 by the German city of Aachen. Honourable winners include Merkel, Macron, Pope Francis, Donald Tusk, Herman Van Rompuy, Martin Schulz, Tony Blair – basically, everybody you loathe has won the thing. Had he been alive in the 1950s, no doubt Adolf Hitler would have won the thing as well.
Receiving his well-deserved prize, this (IMHO) globalist congenital idiot warned that many voters in Europe were “turning inward, mired in the memory of a golden age that probably never was”.
“Assimilating several culture[s] and legacies was the starting point of European culture,” Guterres told an audience in Germany last week.
But Europeans would not be able to “protect [the continent’s] rich heritage” without adhering to globalist demands including mass immigration, slashing carbon emissions to zero by 2050, and “boosting the [UN] 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals” which include calls for abortion on demand, equality of outcome based on gender, and the promotion of LGBT lifestyles to young children, he claimed.
Declaring that Europe “cannot be premised on ‘us’ versus ‘them’”, the Portuguese socialist said there was “no alternative” but to open the bloc’s borders, alleging that “closing our doors to asylum seekers does not protect but shame this heritage”.
“All societies tend to be, or are already, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, and multi-religious. This must be considered as a richness, not as a threat,” Guterres insisted, before demanding Brussels tear down EU nation states’ external frontiers and force taxpayers to send money to the Global South in order to achieve a “balanced [immigration] approach addressing the root causes of migration while preserving the rights and dignity of migrants”.