EU should ‘undermine national homogeneity’ says UN migration chief (June 12, 2012)

Peter Sutherland, dubbed father of globalisation, dies (Financial Times)



21 thoughts on “Suds

  1. Cold Dead Hands

    tyrannical how?

    Most reasonable people would prefer to live in a multi-cultural heterogenous community

    1. Adama

      I’m not sure Frank’s twitter posts are all that valuable an opinion source. He does a nice line in Chemtrail conspiracy theories as well…

      1. Rob_G

        If he wants to ‘undermine national homogeneity’, is that not kind of the opposite of national socialism?

    1. Frilly Qeane

      that or his RIP

      another buck too but we’ll keep that one tight

      no point is sharing the parade like

  2. Frilly Qeane

    2 things in particular about this buck
    1; he looked way older than his 71

    and, there was a solid streak of hypricacy in him tis any wonder it didn’t poison him in the end

    his fingerprints are all over the Paddies refusing Apples Tax;
    yet spouted from a well fed height about migration and migrant rights, and preached about humanitarian obligations of each an everyone of us and the communities we live in

    Bet he never spoke like that in the BP Board Room

    btw, his buddy John Bruton was on O’Rouke there earlier proffering a reason for this was Sutherland’s deep faith – my rock n’roll
    lets see where he leaves his millions to…………

    1. some old queen

      Very rich man argues the profit driven benefits of forced economic migration so. No mention of the upheaval and friction in the society they migrate to, or the barren wasteland left behind. Sustainable living my hind leg.

      1. Daisy Chainsaw

        Nothing altruistic about Sutherland’s care for migrants. Influx of labour brings down wages, increases profits for the likes of him.

    2. Rob_G

      Can we cut out this ‘paddies’ shyte, please?

      No-one actually speaks that way. Bad enough when it was “Ing-erland” lager louts like Charger Salmons doing it.

  3. Tim

    Nobody mourns him. He did his very best to undermine democracy and to increase profits for the 1 percent.

    1. Andy

      Plenty of people mourn him. Plenty of people have a lot of respect for him.

      Plenty of people are showing glee at his death. No one respects them.

      1. Tim

        Ok, you’ve a point. The corrupt, the morally dead, and those who value money above life are mourning him. Fair point.

  4. Bean Dis Hotbitofstuff

    He divides opinion it appears based on one’s pre-ordained view.

    Can anyone point me to an objective obituary or analysis? Thanks

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