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who here knows of it?
you know he was one of the founders of the EU, and wrote a book on the plan
it awfully seems like its coming to fruition, doesn't it? kinda scary
every day this immigration crisis seems more calculated , -of course taking out the initial refugee crisis,-

you know a population needs at least 2-2.5 kids per person to survive, right now European nations are falling under that, same with the usa, and with the huge influx of migrants, whom have 3+ kids per person, in a few decades theirnumbers will grow, and in time out number the natives, its simple math


idk if anyof you know about the plan but it def does not seem coicendintial <--cant spell that word to save my life
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coincidental is the word you were looking for.

I've heard a lot of references to it but know little about it myself. Though really you can have immigrants if they LIKE and want to join your culture but if they come in and want you to adapt to their culture then they are invaders.

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One of the intellectual founding fathers of the European Union, the Austrian diplomat and Freemason Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi outlined his plans for the overall future implications of the EU in his book ‘Practical Idealism’. Looking back at this text many years after it was initially penned by Kalergi it is interesting to note how many of his peculiar and often disturbing plans might be coming to fruition in contemporary Europe.

The Kalergi Plan

Kalergi described his dreams for a One World Government with its foundations in the European Union. He hoped that the European project would go on to become the blueprint for a society run entirely by the global elite over a completely powerless population. He wrote that he wished to see the end of national sovereignty and self-determination and he believed that nationalism, and indeed the very concept of nations, could be demolished through multi-culturalism. He wrote that a society that was racially and ethnically diverse was one which was easily controllable by the political elite.

According to Kalegri, a diverse and multi-cultural people were easy to control as they had no common identity to rally behind in the event of a political crisis. In addition to that, a diverse population would be easy to conquer by the means of divide and rule. The newly arrived immigrants would be pitted against the native people with both sides believing that they were a persecuted minority languishing under a system of law that was rigged against their favour.

Over the years, the European Union has gradually eroded aspects of national sovereignty for nation states, often making national law subordinate to that decided by unelected figures at the head of the international organisation. There has also been a concerted attempt to chip away at nationalist sentiments and nation-orientated social projects by such policy decisions as freedom of movement and Angela Merkel’s open door policy towards Syrian refugees.

While Kalergi’s text might seem to be a relic of a more authoritarian and intellectually warped era, it is notable that he is still celebrated and honoured among key members of the European Union today. The Kalergi prize, otherwise known as the Charlemagne Prize, was created in his honour to be awarded to European figures who have helped to promote his plan. Among those awarded this prize in recent years are Angela Merkel, Herman Van Rompuy (the former Prime Minister of Belgium and first President of the European Council) and Pope Francis.

The fact that Kalergi is still apparently alive in the minds of many prominent Europeans has led to the suggestion that this is what lies at the obvious antipathy towards the president-elect Donald Trump by European leaders. Kalergi hoped that the United States would be the next region to fall under the One World Government he envisaged and perhaps many people still nourished that dream until his shock election last year. Trump has proven himself to be openly hostile to the idea of multiculturalism and further immigration to the United States, in stark contrast to any of his recent predecessors. He has also preached an isolationist foreign policy and appears to be drawing the lines of the classic nation state in much darker shades than previous presidents. Perhaps it is the case that he is seen as a potential fly in the ointment when it comes to pursuing Kalergi’s bizarre plan for world domination.
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coincidental is the word you were looking for.

I've heard a lot of references to it but know little about it myself. Though really you can have immigrants if they LIKE and want to join your culture but if they come in and want you to adapt to their culture then they are invaders.

I found this:



One of the intellectual founding fathers of the European Union, the Austrian diplomat and Freemason Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi outlined his plans for the overall future implications of the EU in his book ‘Practical Idealism’. Looking back at this text many years after it was initially penned by Kalergi it is interesting to note how many of his peculiar and often disturbing plans might be coming to fruition in contemporary Europe.

The Kalergi Plan

Kalergi described his dreams for a One World Government with its foundations in the European Union. He hoped that the European project would go on to become the blueprint for a society run entirely by the global elite over a completely powerless population. He wrote that he wished to see the end of national sovereignty and self-determination and he believed that nationalism, and indeed the very concept of nations, could be demolished through multi-culturalism. He wrote that a society that was racially and ethnically diverse was one which was easily controllable by the political elite.

According to Kalegri, a diverse and multi-cultural people were easy to control as they had no common identity to rally behind in the event of a political crisis. In addition to that, a diverse population would be easy to conquer by the means of divide and rule. The newly arrived immigrants would be pitted against the native people with both sides believing that they were a persecuted minority languishing under a system of law that was rigged against their favour.

Over the years, the European Union has gradually eroded aspects of national sovereignty for nation states, often making national law subordinate to that decided by unelected figures at the head of the international organisation. There has also been a concerted attempt to chip away at nationalist sentiments and nation-orientated social projects by such policy decisions as freedom of movement and Angela Merkel’s open door policy towards Syrian refugees.

While Kalergi’s text might seem to be a relic of a more authoritarian and intellectually warped era, it is notable that he is still celebrated and honoured among key members of the European Union today. The Kalergi prize, otherwise known as the Charlemagne Prize, was created in his honour to be awarded to European figures who have helped to promote his plan. Among those awarded this prize in recent years are Angela Merkel, Herman Van Rompuy (the former Prime Minister of Belgium and first President of the European Council) and Pope Francis.

The fact that Kalergi is still apparently alive in the minds of many prominent Europeans has led to the suggestion that this is what lies at the obvious antipathy towards the president-elect Donald Trump by European leaders. Kalergi hoped that the United States would be the next region to fall under the One World Government he envisaged and perhaps many people still nourished that dream until his shock election last year. Trump has proven himself to be openly hostile to the idea of multiculturalism and further immigration to the United States, in stark contrast to any of his recent predecessors. He has also preached an isolationist foreign policy and appears to be drawing the lines of the classic nation state in much darker shades than previous presidents. Perhaps it is the case that he is seen as a potential fly in the ointment when it comes to pursuing Kalergi’s bizarre plan for world domination.

yea and isn't it weird that MERKEL was awarded the kalergi prize ? hmmm
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yea and isn't it weird that MERKEL was awarded the kalergi prize ? hmmm


Merkel is an idiot. They think they are using the refugees but the refugees are using them. Islam is pretty unified and if you think they are willing to blend with a population you are dead wrong. See the "armenian genocide" the Turks moved into Armenia and cleansed the native population to make sure only the obedient and those who bow before allah live.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian_Genocide

This isn't even unusual. They did far worse to the Indians and Africans.



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redokami wrote:

yea and isn't it weird that MERKEL was awarded the kalergi prize ? hmmm


Merkel is an idiot. They think they are using the refugees but the refugees are using them. Islam is pretty unified and if you think they are willing to blend with a population you are dead wrong. See the "armenian genocide" the Turks moved into Armenia and cleansed the native population to make sure only the obedient and those who bow before allah live.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian_Genocide

This isn't even unusual. They did far worse to the Indians and Africans.




Germany along with Sweden is becoming censored real fast,its sad
is turkey trying to remake the ottoman empire in a sense ?
jw I mean theleader..forgot his name, did just threaten tosend more migrants, and is telling them to "use thewomb" toout populate europe
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redokami wrote:

Germany along with Sweden is becoming censored real fast,its sad
is turkey trying to remake the ottoman empire in a sense ?
jw I mean theleader..forgot his name, did just threaten tosend more migrants, and is telling them to "use thewomb" toout populate europe


It is. They are killing free speech in the name of tolerance and diversity. Were literally going back to the feudal days and abandoning everything from the renaissance.

Yeah I member him telling migrants to have tons of children and over take their populations. I can see war coming to Europe very soon.... It won't be a traditional war either...
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It is. They are killing free speech in the name of tolerance and diversity. Were literally going back to the feudal days and abandoning everything from the renaissance.

Yeah I member him telling migrants to have tons of children and over take their populations. I can see war coming to Europe very soon.... It won't be a traditional war either...


yea, its not gonna be nukes its gonna be in fighting, really really bad
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The real question is: will the rest of the world survive the collapse of the European Union if it becomes a vast sucking hole? Will it become the next Ethiopia or Somalia?
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Merkel is an idiot. They think they are using the refugees but the refugees are using them. Islam is pretty unified and if you think they are willing to blend with a population you are dead wrong. See the "armenian genocide" the Turks moved into Armenia and cleansed the native population to make sure only the obedient and those who bow before allah live.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian_Genocide

This isn't even unusual. They did far worse to the Indians and Africans.



No Islam isn't unified. Haven't you heard of the shiites vs the sunnis? Populations change all the time. That's why you have the USA with it's current population and Mexico's current border. It's the same with south America and the Caribbean. That whole thing started with Columbus and his travels. Regions can end up changing language, religion, ethnicity etc.

Genocide has happened almost everywhere if you look back far enough. Islam wasn't responsible for all of them either. Other religions were too.
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