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    All Criticisms of Immigration Fall Short Unless the Common Ethnic Stock of European Nations is Affirmed

    by John Attarian End of WASP Rule? Table of Contents  [click to open] Editor’s Note Introduction One Cheer for Myth-Busting One Cheer for Exposing the Pernicious Role of Elites A Half-Cheer about Multiculturalism and Immigration A ‘Boo’ for Uncoupling Nation, Culture, and Ethnicity A Loud ‘Boo’ for his Treatment of Race ‘Not with a Bang but a Whimper’ Editor’s Note This is a shorter version of an excellent review essay by John Attarian of Samuel Huntington’s book, Who Are We? This review was originally published in The Social Contract, Volume 15, No. 1, Fall 2004. Huntington was called a racist by the mainstream media for arguing that America was being radically…

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    Brampton Flyers: Criticize Immigration and the Cops Open a “Hate” Investigation

    by Nick Champani Latest Brampton Flyer On Saturday, March 14, a number of immigration reformers leafleted several neighbourhoods in Brampton. The leaflet shown here called attention to the ethnic cleansing of Europeans. Brampton was first incorporated in 1853 and throughout almost its entire history, Brampton homed a 99 percent European majority. Even as late as 1996, Brampton’s European population stood at 70.1%. But soon after, in the blink of an eye in historic terms, Brampton saw a dramatic reduction in its European population, making up only 32.9 percent, as of 2011. It should be noted that many Europeans have been leaving Brampton over the years. Although their exact reasons for…

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    Ideological and Geopolitical Origins of the EU, Part II: Islamization, Mass Immigration, and Destruction of European Ethnicity

    by Clare Ellis Part I | Part II Table of Contents  [click to open] The Continuation of Eurafrica after WWII Economic Revival, Foreign Cheap Labor, and Cultural Marxism Middle-East Conflict and UN Resolution 242 1973 Oil Embargo and the Euro-Arab Dialogue The European Parliamentary Association for Euro-Arab Cooperation (PAEAC) Euro-Arab Cultural Cooperation: Islamization of Europe Venice Declaration, Maastricht Treaty, and the European Union Funding of the Euro-Arab Partnerships Twenty-First Century Euro-Arab Relations and European Integration Euro-Mediterranean Union, Eurafrica, and Eurabia Euro-Mediterranean Integration Schemes are Anti-European The Continuation of Eurafrica after WWII Along with Pan-Europa, the notion of Eurafrica continued to be advocated and institutionalized after WWII. The Congress of Europe (Hague,…