“Rudy Giuliani can play a little rough at times, but there are some moments when an inner light turns on and he turns downright idealistic. One of those moments came on Oct. 10, 1996, as he stepped on the podium at the Kennedy School of Government to deliver a speech on immigration. â€œIâ€™m pleased to be with you this evening to talk about the anti-immigrant movement in America,â€ he said, â€œand why I believe this movement endangers the single most important reason for American greatness, namely, the renewal, reformation and reawakening thatâ€™s provided by the continuous flow of immigrants.â€ …Giuliani continued: â€œI believe the anti-immigrant movement in America is one of our most serious public problems.â€” ~ David Brooks
I generally cannot stomach to read David Brooks, the man who has claimed that “real conservatism” concerns universal human rights and other such Jacobin cliches. Brooks is a Trotskyite in sheep’s clothing. And this op-ed, which ends on the note of condemning real patriots, is despicable, but at least, I suppose, it does let discriminating readers know the truth about Giuliani (i.e. the politically correct, globalist fraud that he truly is — like David Brooks himself).