Reposted from Mike Walsh’s Ethnic European website
Few Europeans comprehend the European Union’s determination to ethnically cleanse what remains of the European peoples. Is this wild-talk? Fact: Non-White Bolshevism (1917 – 1990) ethnically cleansed up to 100 million Christian Europeans. Allowing for natural demographic growth today’s population of Russia should stand at around 350 million people. Russia is recovering but the population (2019) is still just 144.5 million.
Winston Churchill to Polish Prime Minister Stanislaw Mikolakczyk: “Don’t mind the five or more million Germans. Stalin will see to them. You will have no trouble with them; they will cease to exist.” – Senator Homer Capehart; U.S. Senate, February 5, 1946.
It is estimated that 13 to 15 million ethnic-Germans were destroyed ~ after the end of World War II. At least 5 million Germans were gifted to Stalin for use in the Gulag; few returned. As many again were starved, fled abroad, died through deprivation. This was no accident; its pre-planning is well-documented. The alleged six million gassed Jews is simply a useful distraction, history’s biggest lie that has many propaganda advantages. One being, ‘they got what they deserved’.
Are you still sceptical? “The United Nations goal is to reduce population selectively by encouraging abortion, forced sterilization, and control of human reproduction, and regards two-thirds of the human population as excess baggage, with 350 people to be eliminated per day.” ~ Jacque Yves Cousteau.
The European Union is a viper’s nest of legislative bodies with one aim: To increase non-European immigration and to prosecute as criminals critics of immigration. When reading the following bear in mind that the constantly used term ‘hate speech’ is a code word for any expression of resentment against immigration and the edict is aimed exclusively at ethnic-Europeans.
The program set out its agenda; “Every day across Europe, many people are harassed, threatened or assaulted verbally or physically, or are victims of crime on grounds of their ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity. Hate speech and incitement to hatred and intolerance targeting ethnic, religious and other minorities is also widespread in the public debate, including on online platforms,