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Kalergi plan - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalergi_plan

The Kalergi plan (Italian: piano Kalergi), or sometimes called the Coudenhove-Kalergi Conspiracy, is a far-right, anti-semitic, white nationalist conspiracy theory, ...
The Kalergi plan (Italianpiano Kalergi), or sometimes called the Coudenhove-Kalergi Conspiracy,[1] is a far-right[2], anti-semitic, white nationalist conspiracy theory,[3] which states that a plot to mix white Europeans with other races via immigration was constructed by Austrian politician Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi and promoted in aristocratic European social circles.[4] The conspiracy theory is most often associated with European groups and parties, but it has also spread to North American politics.[5]

Origins

The conspiracy theory originated with Austrian writer and neo-Nazi Gerd Honsik. According to Il Foglio, he began publishing works which distorted the writings of Coudenhove-Kalergi in the 1970s.[6] Honsik's controversial interpretations culminated in his 2005 book Kalergi Plan.[7] Investigative newspaper Linkiesta have described the Kalergi plan as a hoax which is comparable to the anti-semitic fabrication The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.[8]

Reception

The SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) denotes that the Kalergi plan conspiracy theory is a distinctly European way of pushing the narrative of white genocide on the continent, with white nationalists quoting Coudenhove-Kalergi's writings out of context in order to assert that the European Union's immigration policies were insidious plots that were hatched decades ago in order to destroy white people.[9] Hope Not Hate, an anti-racism advocacy group, has described it as a racist conspiracy theory, which alleges that Coudenhove-Kalergi intended to influence Europe's policies on immigration in order to create a "populace devoid of identity" which would then supposedly be ruled by a Jewish elite.[10]
In his 2018 novel Middle England, author Jonathan Coe uses the Kalergi plan to satirize the concept with his conspiracy theorist character Peter Stopes.[11]
The perpetrators in attacks in Christchurch and El Paso "were motived by the white supremacist “great replacement” conspiracy theory that white people are being systematically “replaced” by people of color through mass immigration, possibly orchestrated by a globalist group that seeks to rule the world"[12].

References

  1. ^ Gaston, Sophia (November 2018). "Out of the Shadows: Conspiracy Thinking on Immigration" (PDF). Henry Jackson Society.
  2. ^ "Antisocial media turns Leavers into Brexit extremists". The New European. 16 December 2017. large groups of people being radicalised daily and hourly, by far-right and neo-Nazi propaganda and a ubiquitous belief in wild conspiracy theories such as the Kalergi Plan.
  3. ^ "TPUSA Shares Photo with Visual Nod to 'White Genocide' Conspiracy Theory". Right Wing Watch. 12 April 2019. The Kalergi Plan is an anti-Semitic and white nationalist conspiracy theory which revolves around the philosophy and political organizing of Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi, an early 1900s Austrian politician who founded and presided over the Paneuropean Union. Some credit Kalergi for inspiring the later formation of the European Union
  4. ^ "Organization Candace Owens Represents Shares, Then Deletes, Photo Promoting White Genocide Conspiracy Days After Her Testimony". Newsweek. 12 April 2019. Believers in the Kalergi plan think that Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi, an Austrian politician in the early 1900s, constructed a plan to destroy white people in Europe by encouraging immigration
  5. ^ "Qué es el "plan de Kalergi", la teoría conspirativa que usan los partidos de ultraderecha contra la Unión Europea" [What is the "Kalergi plan", the conspiracy theory used by the extreme right parties against the European Union] (in Spanish). BBC Mundo. October 22, 2018. It is the conspiracy theory known as "Kalergi's plan" , which, for just over a decade, has been circulated among the members of several European nationalist and far-right parties
  6. ^ "Il perfido Soros - Si comincia con il complotto dei banchieri, si passa ai banchieri ebrei, si finisce con gli ebrei e basta. Antisemitismo, una nuova "normalità"" [The perfidious Soros - We start with the bankers' plot, we pass to Jewish bankers, we end up with the Jews and that's it. Anti-Semitism, a new "normality"] (in Italian). Il Foglio. January 28, 2019.
  7. ^ "Che cos'è – o sarebbe – il "Piano Kalergi"" [What is - or would be - the "Kalergi Plan"] (in Italian). Il Post. January 16, 2018.
  8. ^ "Cos'è il piano Kalergi, la bufala dei migranti che uccideranno gli europei" [What is the Kalergi plan, the migrant hoax that will kill Europeans] (in Italian). Linkiesta. September 28, 2015.
  9. ^ "Day of the trope: White nationalist memes thrive on Reddit's r/The_Donald". Southern Poverty Law Center. 19 April 2019. With respect to Europe, the mythology of the “Kalergi plan” plays a similar role in constructing the “white genocide” narrative. Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi was an Austrian noble and early advocate of European integration. White nationalists mine his writings for evidence that the European Union is the culmination of a nefarious “plan” for white genocide put into motion decades ago.
  10. ^ "EXPOSED: For Britain and the "White Genocide" Conspiracy Theory". Hope Not Hate. 18 April 2019. racist and antisemitic conspiracy theories have since developed that allege that Coudenhove-Kalergi devised a long-term scheme to undermine the white race by encouraging immigration into Europe, creating a populous devoid of identity who would supposedly be easily ruled by Jewish overlords.
  11. ^ "Middle England by Jonathan Coe review – a bittersweet Brexit novel". The Guardian. 16 November 2018.
  12. ^ COURTNEY HAGLE, How Fox News pushed the white supremacist “great replacement” theory, MediaMatters, 08/05/19.

Further reading


Amodeo, Clara (September 28, 2015). "Cos'è il piano Kalergi, la bufala dei migranti che uccideranno gli europei" [What is the Kalergi plan, the migrant hoax that will kill Europeans]. Linkiesta.
"Che cos'è – o sarebbe – il "Piano Kalergi"" [What is - or would be - the "Kalergi Plan"]. Il Post. January 16, 2018.
Attanasio, Angelo (October 22, 2018). "Qué es el "plan de Kalergi", la teoría conspirativa que usan los partidos de ultraderecha contra la Unión Europea" [What is the "Kalergi plan", the conspiracy theory used by the extreme right parties against the European Union]. BBC Mundo.

See also


The Kalergi Plan of Population Replacement - America Out Loud

https://americaoutloud.com/the-kalergi-plan-of-population-replacement/
The Gilroy shooter, whether he knew it or not, was helping the ... evidence that preparations for a “massive attack” were being contemplated. we must consider the unopposed mass migrations of third world people into Europe and now, with the Democrats help, into America. I recommend one should acquaint themselves with The Great Replacement: An Introduction to Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi” aka: The Kalergi Plan of population replacement.” Once you read it, it should send shivers up your spine. It’s not a conspiracy theory, it’s now actually in operation.

The Gilroy shooter, whether he knew it or not, was helping the Progressives to implement the “Kalergi Plan of population replacement.” The first step of supplanting European white citizens with people of color is to politically divide the races and isolate whites, as we are witnessing now among the Democrat Candidates for President and AOC’s blathering’s. It’s the old them vs. us trick. The second step is to label their opponents derogatorily, as “white supremacists, Nazi’s or neo-Nazi’s or far-right extremists.” Don’t we hear that every day? The Gilmore shooter whether he understood it or not, acted as a justice vigilante, a frequent tactic of Jihadists willing to die perpetrating their deeds as justice against infidels.

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