'Utter fool' Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, an unelected bureaucrat who has never had to ask citizens for their votes ever in his privileged life, has made an utterly foolish speech targeting everything from European nationhood to democracy. Like Anjem Choudhary, now imprisoned for his crimes, Al Hussein encourages European voters to reject electoral democracy - what he calls 'populism' - but in favour of rule by unelected bureaucrats rather than Islamist theocrats.
It would be easy to ignore Al Hussein as a lone nutter if he had not been appointed to the unelected post of UN Human Rights Commissioner. In a further message branded 'bizarre' he questioned the legitimacy of the free market.
It is unsure whether Al Hussein is suffering some form of mental health crisis or if he actually sanely believes that his guff has some sort of intellectual or moral justification. It has none. Al Hussein calls himself 'Prince' in his home country of Jordan with a claim to the defunct Iraqi throne. Wealthy, privileged and isolated from Western democracy, one can understand why he fears the power of universal suffrage and the secret ballot. Such democratic safeguards prevent these unelected demagogues and fanatics rolling out their ISIS-like domination of Europe.
Al Hussein is not alone amongst unelected UN officials in holding these bizarre and demagogic views. These snakes at the UN create the environment in which enemies of democracy and civilisation such as ISIS can thrive. We must reject them, throw them out, starve them of funds and publicity, deny them recognition and strangle their wicked subversion of our Western democracies.