The following is a transcript that came from an interview of author Peter Brimelow by Craig Bodeker. 04:28 - 05:26 What do you mean by "electing a new people"? Well, that's derived from the famous poem that the German communist poet Bertolt Brecht - he was a distant communist in East Germany, he wrote it in 1953 after the East German risings against the Soviet occupation, and he said that maybe the government should dissolve the people and elect a new one, because the people weren't behaving properly according to what the communist party thought they ought to be doing. Now that's literally what the governments throughout the western world are now doing; they've set about dissolving the peoples and electing new ones, by bringing in vast numbers of people from very different communities, from the third world, and so on; and it's very closely tied up with neo-socialism because what it does is it creates problems which the government is then called in, or feels called in, to solve. It has to intermediate, it has to all kinds of race relations laws and anti-hate crime laws, and all this kind of thing.