Is the Kalergi plan a conspiracy theory?

Guido Colacci, Asst. Editor, Writer & Artist for Steel Notes Magazine

NO, it is not a “Conspiracy Theory.”

It is a fact-based plan which began as something called the Pan European Movement in 1922.

After America’s might and power was observed in WWI, this organization would promote and facilitate a “New World Order” (NWO) requiring a federation of nations led by the United States (sound familiar?).

The first step in this would be the integration of Europe with the aim of creating a World Government.

This found the support of many European politicians. Fortunately, WWII put a hold on it. Today, it is done through manipulating immigration, the acceptance into the country of refugees and a in short, the policies of the Kalergi plan have been and still are, the basis of official government policies intent upon the genocide of the peoples of European descent, through mass influx of peoples from third world countries, middle eastern countries and Asian countries.

This is evident in the United States after the implementation of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, enacted June 30, 1968, also known as the Hart–Celler Act.

It changed the way quotas were allocated by ending the National Origins Formula that had been in place in the United States since the Emergency Quota Act of 1921. Representative Emanuel Celler of New York (New York (state) – Wikipedia) proposed the bill, Senator Philip Hart co-sponsored it, and Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts helped to promote it.

The Hart–Celler Act abolished the quota system based on national origins that had been American immigration policy since the 1920’s. The 1965 Act marked a change from past U.S. policy which had discriminated against non-northern Europeans. In removing racial and national barriers the Act would significantly, and (un)intentionally, alter the demographic mix in the U.S.

The changes are quite obvious in the United States and Europe. In 1920 the US was 90% white, as of 2010 it was 68% white and the number will keep dropping, just as in Europe. The fact that this is happening in a concise, agreed upon and speedy way, is evidence of a premeditated and organized plan.

Article Title: Question: Is the Kalergi plan a conspiracy theory?
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Date-stamped: Sep 27, 2017
Author: Guido Colacci

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