The Ugly Canadian: François Crépeau UN Migrants Rapporteur Craps On UKIP Says British Culture A Myth, Citizen Concerns Should Be Ignored

In the latest attack on the UK by a UN official, Mr Crépeau said politicians here ought to stand up to the public and dispel what he described as myths about migration.
In an interview with The Independent, he said: “The fantasy is that there is a core British culture that was created probably 2,000 years ago and carried on, and now it’s being threatened by all those barbarians that are coming to our gate.

“This is utter b******t, but who is going to say this? That is why I think we have a problem with political conversations that we can’t have.”

Don’t let this dictatorial little prick back into Canada.

Note the Pic above it accompanies an article from the UN News Site featuring our man Francois Crepaeu – Except his UN Buddies call him “Frankie Crappo”

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  • Exile1981

    He works for the UN and therefore anything he says or does is for the advancement of the UN goals. They want a world govt and the see mass migration as an easy way to promote totolitarianism which they can use to usher in themselves as rullers.

    • I love how even his buddies at the UN call him Frankie Crappo.

      • Exile1981

        Yes the even the UN is saying he is too full of s**t for them.

  • Ed Ellison

    I see this as a continuation of the Trudeau era mantra that all British culture must be destroyed and replaced with something else, preferably French in nature.

  • Frau Katze

    There are nearly 1200 comments on the article so far. Many are angry at Crappo, even Canada in general.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Il est un crapaud.

  • Clausewitz

    This article should come with an audio track of Blue Rodeo’s “The Frog Song”.
    “We sing this song for the Frogs, in my head”.

    • Alain

      No, a toad is not a frog.

      • Clausewitz

        Not talking about the photo in Raymond’s post, but the ethnicity of the subject of the original post.

        • Alain

          Sorry missed the point. It is just that I find frogs, real ones, a lot more presentable than toads which is the meaning of crapeau.

  • Frankie Isahippo Crite

    When he goes home to Montreal he probably agitates for an independent Quebec that should have control over its own immigration.

  • Frances

    Typical francophonie: the only culture is the French one.