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Discussion in 'European Politics' started by leov, Sep 14, 2019.

  1. leov

    leov Well-Known Member
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    All is going according the plan , and Kalergi was not an anti-Semite nor Hitler's friend.
     
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  2. Father Heathen

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    So do you believe that there is a conspiracy to commit "white genocide" by global elitists? Do you see multi-culturalism and race mixing to be destructive toward your culture and heritage?
    If so, that's quite an odd stance for someone whose religion is based on the teachings and examples of a brown jew.
     
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  3. leov

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    yes, i would not call it conspiracy, it is too massive, it is the current direction that humanity is driven to.
     
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    Automatically designating people from the Eastern Med as 'brown' if they are born on the wrong side of the modern boundaries of Europe is inadvertently racist and disconnects them from their heritage so Northern European 'whites' can claim it as theirs (Classical Greece, Rome, etc.).

    Greeks and other Southern Europeans from the Eastern Med aren't generally considered 'brown' after all. Southern Europeans, Anatolians, Levantines and Palestinian Jews are genetically similar to each other. Lumping Greeks in with 'white' Nords and Palestinians in with 'brown' Arabs makes no sense.
     
  5. Father Heathen

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    The point I was attempting to make was that it makes no sense for those with white supremacist or antisemitic views to identify as Christians. I apologize if my descriptor was less than apt.
     
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