September 16, 2015
‘The general consensus among the far right is the West’s open-border immigration policies are the result of Jewish meddling’
Gavin McInnes writes:
The other effect mass immigration has had is a huge boon for neo-Nazis. As Michael Moynihan pointed out on Bill Maher’s show, ten years ago the “Sweden Democrats” were only for skinheads and got barely 2% of the vote. Today, they are the most popular party in the country. The exact same thing happened to Denmark. It’s mainstream to be a right wing extremist today and it’s all because of terrible immigration polic-es. The Syrian influx is only going to make things more severe (Denmark said no to all of them).
So, if you’re gong to get all conspiracy theory-y about it, there’s a better case for saying neo-Nazis are behind the open-border politics because they’re the ones who benefitted. They got way more power and way less Jews.
I don’t think either theories are true.