Has Switzerland awakened to the reality of the Coudenhove Kalergi plan which aims to genocide the peoples of Europe, through mass immigration and the forced breeding of the Europeans with the unwanted guests.
Switzerland’s parliament voted to withdraw its long-standing application for membership of the Union amid a deepening row about migration.
The Swiss National Council has backed the motion to retract the country’s 24-year-old bid to join the European super dream.
Lukas Reimann a member of the Swiss People’s Party (SVP) said it was ‘high time’ to make the move. Switzerland has withdrawn as a consequence of the stance by the European Commission and its refusal to restrict the free movement of immigrants.
Back in 2009 An EU job centre for migrants seeking work in Europe was opened secretly in the West African state of Cape Verde.
The project was the second phase of a Brussels tax-funded plan to invite more than 50 million African workers into Britain and other members of the EU bloc.
The advice centre, based in the island nation’s poverty-stricken capital Praia, followed a similar job centre opened in the desert African state of Mali in October 2008.
The project is part of the EU’s controversial plan to help Africans find work legally in Europe.
The project is part of EU Commissioner Louis Michel’s master plan for the “mobility” of workers between African states and Europe.
The initiative has the support of European leaders who believe that opening up labour markers in Britain and other member states will help to stem the growing tide of illegal immigration from Africa.
The Home Office back in 2009 insisted that the new EU centre would not affect Britain.
Who is behind the African migration?
The Coudenhove Kalergi Plan and the genocide of the People of Europe
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