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The start of NWO
#1
This I find interesting. I have always known that the "left" (for the new people, the left we have today has very little to do with the left of yesterday) have been working with Islam ( I also make a distinction between Muslims and islam) to undermine the cultures of the West. 
Now the left and islam both want the same thing, power, so at some point they will start fighting each other. Now has the time come for the left to shift its support base away from islam and start using the Black community.
Not many people understand the islam hates Black people as much as they hate the West. So whats next?
Its a bit like when Germany and the USSR were BFF, both hated each other and both playing for time to build power and attack the other.
The left has started a polar shift, away from social injustice and equality, to racism. By doing this they are getting millions of people in Europe behind them. The left knows that islam is very very powerful but also very very very racist so the left wants the Black people as cannon fodder to fight islam.
What the left wants is White v Black, Black +White v islam.  
NWO anyone

Quote:By MICHAEL LORD  18 June 2020

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Manuel Valls, who was France’s Prime Minister from 2014 until 2016 as a member of the Socialist Party, has said that the struggle against economic inequality, which was the original focus of Leftist parties, has been replaced by a focus on racial conflict.
Valls made the comments yesterday while speaking about the ongoing rioting in France that has coincided with outbreaks of violence in cities throughout Western Europe and the United States in recent weeks. The violence was sparked by the death of George Floyd, a black man who died while being taken into police custody in Minneapolis three weeks ago. France, which has a large migrant population, has also seen sympathy unrest given that migrants and those who support them frequently accuse the French police of racist brutality.
Valls said that those who draw comparisons between the death of George Floyd in the US and the situation in France are wrong. He feels that while it is true that Floyd’s death was the result of racism, allegations that the French state is systemically racist are false, according to a report by Le Figaro.
“The class struggle is disappearing in favour of the war between races,” Valls said, saying that he intends to sound the alarm about these disturbing new trends. “This war is terrible because it essentialises people according to skin colour. It aggregates, but it also competes with political Islam. It’s an explosive cocktail.”
He further said that those who emphasise supposed racial injustices are engaging in a “logic of victimization,” claiming that elements within several of France’s liberal parties as well as environmentalists are joining in the game.
Speaking of the death of Adama Traoré, a black man who died in an accident while running from the police in 2016, and who has become a symbol for “anti-racist” activists in France, Valls said that his death is being exploited for the sake of “drama.” A demonstration in Paris in Traoré’s name drew approximately 20,000 people, many of whom hurled anti-Semitic slurs at counter-protesters, as previously reported by Voice of Europe.
“I obviously make a distinction between the organisers of these demonstrations and those who go there in good faith, who are indignant about racism and want to denounce it,” Valls said. He also defended the French police from accusations of racism, claiming that their values are republican.
Olivier Faure, the First Secretary of the Socialist Party, said he was disturbed by Valls’ statements, claiming that what he said resembles “far Right” rhetoric.
After leaving office in 2016, Valls left the Socialist Party and joined with President Emmanuel Macron’s La République En Marche group in the French Assembly and supported Macron in the 2017 election. Today he is a Councilor in the municipal government of Barcelona, Spain.
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#2
I have always thought that the E-U was the test ground for the NWO.
Of-Course we all know that the Untied Nations was the absolute Beginning, but that organization is so Corrupt they hand problems Organizing the NWO so the Elites in the Old World started the European Union.
That is Just my Opinion.
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"The Strange Death of Europe" by Douglas Murray is a good read on this topic.

He does a good job pointing out how many of the questionable political decisions came down to politicians and bureaucrats taking the easiest path with little regard for the impact that would be visited on future generations.  Murray notes as well how the political establishments of today have taken pains to ensure their narrative is the only one considered valid.

Cheers
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(06-22-2020, 06:28 AM)F2d5thCav Wrote: "The Strange Death of Europe" by Douglas Murray is a good read on this topic.

He does a good job pointing out how many of the questionable political decisions came down to politicians and bureaucrats taking the easiest path with little regard for the impact that would be visited on future generations.  Murray notes as well how the political establishments of today have taken pains to ensure their narrative is the only one considered valid.

Cheers

WoW, OKAY.
I might just see about that book.

I'm old and I like those Video Books now, Mostly in Mandarin Chinese.
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@F2d5thCav 

By the way, contact @BIAD  or @gordi  about designing you an AVATAR you'd like. They are Great and like to do it.
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(06-22-2020, 06:33 AM)guohua Wrote: @F2d5thCav 

By the way, contact @BIAD  or @gordi  about designing you an AVATAR you'd like. They are Great and like to do it.

Thank you for the reminder.

Re: Murray's book.  I thought it good reading.  A lot of political and social topics, but not at all tedious, and he strives to not be partisan.  Sort of a "just the facts" presentation, with much focus on the U.K. but also looking at Europe as a whole.

Cheers
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