How Jewish Elites Use Non-White Immigration to Undermine Western Nations [VIDEO]

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13-03-19 04:33:00,

Vertigo Politix is a YouTuber who makes short, detailed videos explaining aspects of the West’s current problems. In the video below he summarizes how Jewish elites have deliberately undermined the culture and morals of whites in Europe and America, especially through changes in immigration policies. 

The post below is taken from the website Katana17.

“In this 10 minute video VertigoPolitix outlines the central role of Organized jewry in the deliberate racial dispossession of Whites throughout the West, giving the examples of jewish engineered changes to immigration policies in the USA, Australia, and Britain, that constitute a form of genocide by other means.

Organized jewry, the true “deep state” behind the curtain and facade of “democracy“, are carrying this genocide out primarily through mass non-White invasion (labeled as “migration”) but also through the promotion of feminism, miscegenation, abortion, homosexuality, gender dysphoria, etc.

In addition, to facilitate the effects of such dysgenic factors, Organized jewry has subjected Whites to — over generations now — psychological warfare, through their control over the media, education, etc., to induce White guilt and self-hate.

The ultimate aim of these programs is to bring about a Jew World Order ruling over former White countries, that will have been turned into multi-racial brown skinned, dysfunctional societies, no longer able to resist jewish tyranny.”

 — KATANA

VertigoPolitix
The Tactics of Immigration
Jul, 2018

Re-published on Jul 23, 2018 by: OologahOracle

YouTube Description: This content was produced by VertigoPolitix and has not been altered or changed from its original format, nor is it monetized, simply re-posted/mirrored for posterity, with permission.

Transcript (9:51 mins):

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Immigration is a form of demographic genocide, which either by design, or consequence, results in ethnic cleansing. In addition to this Western governments are effacing their European populations by promoting a variety of other schemes such as miscegenation, abortion, homosexuality, gender dysphoria, and White guilt.

But immigration has been, by far, the most successful approach towards complete replacement. And if this does not drastically change within the next two decades,

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Davos Elites Are Wealthier Than Ever

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21-01-19 12:09:00,

Rupert Murdoch speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in 2008. (Keystone, Peter Klaunzer/AP)

The global elite are getting ready to gather in the Swiss Alps for the World Economic Forum (WEF), and while the backdrop may be one of “deepening gloom over the global economic and political outlook,” a new analysis reveals that for at least some of the attendees, the outlook is sunnier than ever.

Released by Bloomberg just ahead of the gathering in Davos, it shows how the net worth of some of the “gold-collar executives” that will be attending have surged in the ten years since the financial crisis.

JPMorgan Chase chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon, for example, now holds $1.5 billion—a threefold increase over the decade. Stephen Schwarzman, co-founder and CEO of private equity giant Blackstone, meanwhile, saw his wealth surge sixfold, as his net worth is now $12.3 billion. Rupert Murdoch’s wealth similarly went up nearly sixfold, with his fortune now at $18.3 billion. Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, for his part, is now worth $6.5 billion—a more than ninefold increase.

But, the reporting notes, while the economic elite are enjoying a bigger slice of the pie, for regular Americans, “Wages have stagnated and while equity markets have risen, fewer U.S. adults are invested in the stock market than in 2009.”

“The data illustrate the ever-widening gap between the true haves—those in the 0.1 percent—and the have-nots of a global economy,” it adds.

To further illustrate the divide, the reporting also points to a study released last year by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), which found that in 2017, the CEO-to-worker compensation ratio was 312-to-1.

“With wages for working people barely budging, it’s remarkable to see top CEO pay surging again,” report co-author Lawrence Mishel said at the time. “It is difficult to believe that Congress passed a tax cut weighted so heavily towards the wealthy when the nation’s top CEOs are clearly doing fine.”

As for the Davos gathering, the Associated Press reports:

The Davos confab has always been vulnerable to snark: hedge fund billionaires flying into Davos in fuel-guzzling private jets to discuss the threat of climate change;

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As Democratic Elites Reunite With Neocons, The Party’s Voters Are Becoming Far More Militaristic and Pro-War than Republicans

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11-01-19 03:49:00,

President Trump’s December 18 announcement that he intends to withdraw all U.S. troops from Syria produced some isolated support in the anti-war wings of both parties, but largely provoked bipartisan outrage among in Washington’s reflexively pro-war establishment.

Both GOP Senator Lindsey Graham, one of the country’s most reliable war supporters, and Hillary Clinton, who repeatedly criticized President Obama for insufficient hawkishness, condemned Trump’s decision in very similar terms, invoking standard War on Terror jargon.

But while official Washington united in opposition, new polling data from Morning Consult/Politico shows a large plurality of Americans support Trump’s Syria withdraw announcement: 49% support to 33% opposition.

That’s not surprising given that Americans by a similarly large plurality agree with the proposition that “the U.S. has been engaged in too many military conflicts in places such as Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan for too long, and should prioritize getting Americans out of harm’s way” far more than they agree with the pro-war view that “the U.S. needs to keep troops in places such as Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan to help support our allies fight terrorism and maintain our foreign policy interests in the region.”

But what is remarkable about the new polling data on Syria is that the vast bulk of support for keeping troops in that Middle Eastern country come from Democratic Party voters, while Republicans and independents overwhelming favor their removal. The numbers are stark: of people who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, only 26% support the withdraw of troops from Syria, while 59% oppose it. Trump voters overwhelmingly support withdraw by 76%-14%.

A similar gap is seen among those who voted Democrat in the 2018 midterm elections (28% support withdraw while 54% oppose it), as opposed to the widespread support for withdraw among 2018 GOP voters: 74%-18%.

Identical trends can be seen on the question of Trump’s announced intention to withdraw half of the U.S. troops currently in Afghanistan, where Democrats are far more supportive of keeping troops in Afghanistan than Republicans and independents.

This case is even more stark since President Obama ran in 2008 on a pledge to end the war in Afghanistan and bring home all troops.

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