Financial Times Says Europeans Should 'Prepare for Demographic Replenishment by Arabs and Asians'Paul Joseph Watson
Oct. 11, 2021
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The Financial Times has published an article which asserts that people living in European countries should “prepare for demographic replenishment by Arabs and Asians.”
Parag Khanna, the writer of the article also authored a book called ‘Move: How Mass Migration Will Reshape the World — and What It Means For You’.
Unsurprisingly, he also has close ties with the World Economic Forum and the Council on Foreign Relations and was a ‘Global Governance Fellow’ at the Brookings Institution.
Khanna ludicrously claims that large swathes of the planet will become “uninhabitable” due to climate change, causing “millions, if not billions of people…to relocate to terrain in the latitudes best suited to survival.”
He then asserts that “labour shortages” in North America and Europe will necessitate these regions “to open the immigration taps accordingly.”
“North America and Eurasia must absorb more people,” demands Khanna, seemingly unsatisfied with the massive numbers of migrants they are already taking in.
“Today’s fiscally strained and depopulating Visegrad countries could fuse into a larger federation to better administer their vital forests, agriculture and rivers in order to prepare for demographic replenishment by Arabs and Asians,” he writes.
The Visegrad countries are Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.