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Prescient and in a small way prophetic, the 'Rivers of Blood' speech was made by British Member of Parliament Enoch Powell on April 20, 1968 to a meeting of the Conservative Political Centre in Birmingham, United Kingdom. His speech strongly criticized mass immigration and a proposed race relations bill. It became known as the 'Rivers of Blood' speech, although Powell always referred to it as 'the Birmingham speech.' Powell, much like author of "The Camp of the Saints" Jean Raspail, had a finger on the pulse of what globalism was and it's intended effects on Western Civilization
From what program this was taken, or when it originally aired, I'm not entirely sure. Although it does seem to portray Powell in a negative light, the clip is still quite useful and interesting
Jewish rabbis welcome and rejoice the destruction of Europe vis muslim mass migration. They are happy that white race will go extinct. they consider this to be a prophecy and jewish organizations are actively engaged in promoting and helping the mass migration into Europe.
Péter Szijjártó: Hungary rejects mass migration, prefers social cohesion, pro-family policies
Hungarian foreign minister Péter Szijjártó has described how his country has rejected multiculturalism and mass migration and as a solution to demographic and labour market challenges, favouring a more socially cohesive society and policies which support local people to raise their own families and up-skill.