“[T]he poor, unemployed and undefended of Asia and Africa who are looking for new places to live and work cannot be kept out of Europe indefinitely.”
This is quoted from a piece, “The souring of Turkey’s European dream”, by the left-wing Turkish author and intellectual, Orhan Pamuk, in today’s Guardian (Cif), that champion of “progressive” values and ideology.
In June 1941, Nazi Germany launched Operation Barbarossa in pursuit of Hitler’s desire to acquire Lebensraumfor Germany’s expanding population in the East, a desire he’d given clear expression to in his book Mein Kampf, but which presumably many people didn’t take seriously.
Now, according to Orhan Pamuk, Europe and America should provide Lebensraumin the West for Asia’s and Africa’s still expanding populations.
He and his ideological brethren of the liberal-fascist left do not dispose over the modern equivalent of the German Wehrmacht, as Hitler did, so instead they seek to achieve their goal, not of a Germanised, but of a “post-racial”, i.e. post-European, West, through the power of the “moral high ground”, much as the Catholic Church in medieval Europe and Islam in Muslim countries today achieved their goals.
The threat posed by “Liberal Fascism” is here clearly stated, just as the threat of Nazi fascism was in Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Yet few seem to recognise it or take it seriously. And those who do are dismissed and condemned as “racists”, just as opponents to religious authority were (and in some countries still are) dismissed and condemned and “non-believers”.