Kalergi Plan: Chronology of Kalergi’s books completely changes the history of the European Union


Short post just to get this on record.

“The man of the future will be mixed race […] the Eurasian-Negroid race of the future, similar in its appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples”

The infamous “Kalergi Plan” quote is often misattributed to Kalergi’s 1925 work, Practical Idealism. However, the original source is Kalergi’s book Adel, published three years earlier, in 1922.

Why is this relevant? In Practical Idealism, Kalergi explains that leading international financiers — namely the Warburgs (founders of the Federal Reserve) and Rothschilds — had read Adel and offered to fund his European superstate project in response. They worked closely with Kalergi, introducing him to globalist kingpins, such as Bernard Baruch, the original Wolf of Wall Street and personal advisor to Winston Churchill and FDR.

In 1923, Kalergi co-founded the Pan-European Union alongside the libtard archduke Otto von Habsburg (a Knight of…

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