Oppose EU planned white genocide – Lobby MEP’s tonight!

Oppose EU attack on freedom to resist mass immigration & anti-white genocide. Lobby MEPs TONIGHT!


12 hours to defend your freedom! That’s all you’ve got. So we need you to act right now!

The EU’s Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) is being presented at 10.45 a.m. tomorrow with a trulyshocking plan to brainwash and bully us all into silence as mass immigration and forced integration destroy our nations and race.

Please find below the emails of all LIBE members, ready to be copied and pasted into an email. Email them NOW to express your concern over the sweeping 1984-style totalitarianism of the proposals. Suggested lines of polite attack can be found below the email addresses.

Emails:

jan.albrecht@europarl.europa.eu, sonia.alfano@europarl.europa.eu,magdicristiano.allam@europarl.europa.eu, alexander.alvaro@europarl.europa.eu,roberta.angelilli@europarl.europa.eu, oana.antonescu@europarl.europa.eu,alfredo.antoniozzi@europarl.europa.eu, gerard.batten@europarl.europa.eu,edit.bauer@europarl.europa.eu, mara.bizzotto@europarl.europa.eu,vilija.blinkeviciute@europarl.europa.eu, mario.borghezio@europarl.europa.eu,rita.borsellino@europarl.europa.eu, emine.bozkurt@europarl.europa.eu,michael.cashman@europarl.europa.eu, philip.claeys@europarl.europa.eu, carlos.coelho@europarl.europa.eu, annamaria.corazzabildt@europarl.europa.eu,rosario.crocetta@europarl.europa.eu, luis.degrandespascual@europarl.europa.eu,dennis.dejong@europarl.europa.eu, anne.delvaux@europarl.europa.euagustin.diazdemera@europarl.europa.eu, leonidas.donskis@europarl.europa.eu,robert.dusek@europarl.europa.eu, ioan.enciu@europarl.europa.eu,cornelia.ernst@europarl.europa.eu, tanja.fajon@europarl.europa.eu,monika.flasikovabenova@europarl.europa.eu, helene.flautre@europarl.europa.eu,mariya.gabriel@europarl.europa.eu, kinga.gal@europarl.europa.eu,elisabetta.gardini@europarl.europa.eu, evelyne.gebhardt@europarl.europa.eu,anamaria.gomes@europarl.europa.eu, kinga.goencz@europarl.europa.eu,nathalie.griesbeck@europarl.europa.eu, sylvie.guillaume@europarl.europa.eu,agnes.hankiss@europarl.europa.eu, anna.hedh@europarl.europa.eu,nadja.hirsch@europarl.europa.eu, monika.hohlmeier@europarl.europa.eu,salvatore.iacolino@europarl.europa.eu, stanimir.ilchev@europarl.europa.eu,  sophie.intveld@europarl.europa.eu,ilianamalinova.iotova@europarl.europa.eu,livia.jaroka@europarl.europa.eu, teresa.jimenez-becerril@europarl.europa.eu,sajjad.karim@europarl.europa.eu, franziska.keller@europarl.europa.eu,timothy.kirkhope@europarl.europa.eu, adam.kosa@europarl.europa.eu, wolfgang.kreissl-doerfler@europarl.europa.eu, jean.lambert@europarl.europa.eu,juanfernando.lopezaguilar@europarl.europa.eu, sarah.ludford@europarl.europa.eu,petru.luhan@europarl.europa.eu, monica.macovei@europarl.europa.eu, marian-jean.marinescu@europarl.europa.eu, antonio.masiphidalgo@europarl.europa.eu,clemente.mastella@europarl.europa.eu, veronique.mathieuhouillon@europarl.europa.eu,edward.mcmillan-scott@europarl.europa.eu, nuno.melo@europarl.europa.eu,willy.meyer@europarl.europa.eu, louis.michel@europarl.europa.eu,claude.moraes@europarl.europa.eu, krisztina.morvai@europarl.europa.eu,jan.mulder@europarl.europa.eu, katarina.nevedalova@europarl.europa.eu,norica.nicolai@europarl.europa.eu, alfredo.pallone@europarl.europa.eu,antigoni.papadopoulou@europarl.europa.eu, georgios.papanikolaou@europarl.europa.eu,andres.perellorodriguez@europarl.europa.eu, hans-gert.poettering@europarl.europa.eu,jacek.protasiewicz@europarl.europa.eu, herbert.reul@europarl.europa.eu,jens.rohde@europarl.europa.eu, zuzana.roithova@europarl.europa.eu,carmen.romerolopez@europarl.europa.eu, raul.romevairueda@europarl.europa.eu,judith.sargentini@europarl.europa.eu, joanna.senyszyn@europarl.europa.eu,birgit.sippel@europarl.europa.eu, csaba.sogor@europarl.europa.eu,renate.sommer@europarl.europa.eu, boguslaw.sonik@europarl.europa.eu,michele.striffler@europarl.europa.eu, rui.tavares@europarl.europa.eu,valdemar.tomasevski@europarl.europa.eu, kyriacos.triantaphyllides@europarl.europa.eu,wim.vandecamp@europarl.europa.eu, gianni.vattimo@europarl.europa.eu, marie-christine.vergiat@europarl.europa.eu, axel.voss@europarl.europa.eu,manfred.weber@europarl.europa.eu, renate.weber@europarl.europa.eu,cecilia.wikstrom@europarl.europa.eu, glenis.willmott@europarl.europa.eu,tatjana.zdanoka@europarl.europa.eu

Suggested Text:

Dear

I have just read the extraordinarily extreme European Framework for National Statutes for the Promotion of Tolerance, which will be presented to you tomorrow morning.

This is a truly Orwelian document,  straight from the pages of 1984. Under the guise of ‘tolerance’, it proposes a wave of legal repression, brainwashing and forced re-education camps intended to deny the indigenous peoples of all the nations of Europe the right or opportunity to express in any way opposition to mass immigration and the resulting destruction of our traditional identities and cultures.

In order to grasp the shocking extremism of these proposals, it is only necessary to imagine the justifiably outraged reaction there would be if such anti-democratic proposals to brainwash children, censor the media, socially engineer society and persecute dissidents were to be directed against Australian Aborigines or New Zealand Maoris.

I urge you not to listen in Politically Correct silence, but to raise your voice loud and clear in defence of freedom of expression.

War is NOT Peace. Slavery is NOT Freedom. And Genocide is NOT Tolerance!

Yours sincerely

Examples of the undemocratic extremism of the proposals:

Section 7. Penal Sanctions

(a) The following acts will be regarded as criminal offences punishable as aggravated crimes:
(i) Hate crimes as defined in Section 1(c).
(ii) Incitement to violence against a group as defined in

Section 1(a).
(iii) Group libel as defined in Section 1(b).
(iv) Overt approval of a totalitarian ideology, xenophobia or anti-Semitism.
(v) Public approval or denial of the Holocaust.
(vi) Public approval or denial of any other act of genocide the existence of which has been determined by an international criminal court or tribunal.

Explanatory note:

This Sub-Section defines acts punishable as aggravated crimes. Sub-paragraph (vi) does not affect public (or private) discussions and differences of opinion as to whether other acts – not covered by decisions of international courts or tribunals – also amount, or fail to amount, to genocide.

(b) Juveniles convicted of committing crimes listed in paragraph (a) will be required to undergo a rehabilitation programme designed to instill in them a culture of tolerance.
(c) Crimes listed in paragraph (a) will not be considered political offences for purposes of extradition.
(e) Victims of crimes listed in paragraph (a) will have a legal standing to bring a case against the perpetrators, as well as a right to redress.
(f) Free legal aid will be offered to victims of crimes listed in paragraph (a), irrespective of qualification in terms of impecuniosity.