By John Milne
Immigration into Britain (or any Western country) may now never be stopped, or even controlled, because the politicians, the only people who can pass laws on the subject, have lost too much power and influence.
In The New Élites, George Walden maintains that Britain is now in a Soviet-type grip of professional egalitarians whose power base lies in commerce, culture and the media.
They can now control virtually all of public life. They are extremely mediocre in their abilities, and indeed brag about their ordinariness, but behind their anti-elitist rhetoric lies the old urge to dominate which is as powerful as that of their aristocratic forebears.
Above all, they remain left-liberal and internationalist. Although Walden is careful not to mention it, it is clear that inverted snobbery and their “tolerance of foreigners which is regarded as a sign of superiority”, as he puts it, means…
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