Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, Donald Trump and Meghan Markle.

By | July 16, 2018

Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, Donald Trump and Meghan Markle and not three obvious names you might think are likely to come together in one article.

What about I throw some Brexit in?

In an internet forum discussion (ostensibly on Donald Trump but frequently on other things) recently, a bloke said this to me:

Read up on Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi and his views:

Well, I’d never heard of Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi. But from the link I found an interesting quote:

“The man of the future will be of mixed race. Today’s races and classes will gradually disappear owing to the vanishing of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future, similar in its appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals.”

I’ve often thought this was someone’s “grand plan” for humanity. If you go back through popular culture, you’ll find it everywhere for decades as a gentle sort of propaganda.

Look at the girls in most modern music videos, attractive as many of them are, you’ll struggle to pin an ethnicity on them.

White girls fake tan so they are brown/orange, and then pump up their lips with injections. Black girls straighten their hair and apply makeup to look more like white girls and before you know it everyone looks like an approximation of Meghan Markle.

As the song in the video above says, “coffee coloured people”.

“Pale and interesting” doesn’t seem to be a thing any more. Except, bizarrely, in China. Chinese girls try *very hard* to be as pale as possible.

Of more concern in Europe is the destruction of class by the importing of third world migrants masquerading as refugees. This destruction of culture is something I think Trump actually gets.

Not that he has very much culture himself, and the mixed ethnic and resultant culture/class makeup of the US differs to Europe, but I think he can see the gradual destruction of EU Europe as we know it via Islamification and sees it will noticeably infect the US too in time. And as in Sweden, Denmark, Germany and the UK, it will change the country beyond recognition in his lifetime.

What we are seeing in some of Trump’s comments is him seeing this and articulating it and the frustrations he likely feels as best he can. And that manifests also in his comments on Brexit, etc.

Much of leftist/establishment Europe has not yet worked out how to take Trump or his often factual and frank comments, the political classes are still in shock. Indicative I think is some of our media output.

An ex-cabinet minister today tweeted this. The article she linked is here. The article has no stated author but it isn’t a usual junior staffer “no name” piece. It’s a mood-feeling piece.

Many publications take copy from “controversial” writers and publish it with no name attached. I think she who tweeted it penned it. She is no lover of Trump and was a Remain campaigner. But even Edwina has admitted Trump is right, even though she thinks it “gruesome”.

I was off the Trump train when he rained bombs on Syria for no particular reason shortly after getting into power. But, boorish and uncouth as he is, I must admit to warming to him again.

The man is saying things that need to be said. And it is having an effect.

He has met Kim, he is building bridges with Putin, he has bitch slapped the EU on trade; he may yet do some good. He is meeting people and talking, he isn’t starting more wars like Hillary would have done by now.

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