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‘Refugee’ helper spills the beans on white Germans

Axel Steier, co-founder, chairman and spokesman of the refugee aid organization Mission Lifeline, a prominent player in the immigration process, has once again expressed his views on the goals of his work. This is not about solidarity or assistance, but about the deliberate and sustained replacement of whites in Germany.

Published: February 7, 2023, 8:03 am

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    On January 12 at 11:42 am, Steier tweeted: “Everyone hopes for improvement, for an end to racism and the policy of isolation. I’m afraid that won’t happen as long as Germany exists [sic]. It’s all so entrenched and anchored in the regular structures, it can’t be solved with reforms.”

    Steier was then asked why the “refugees” had to be brought to Europe. Steier replied: “Well, because we want it that way. We have the upper hand. The merry life of white loaves [white Germans, ed.] will soon be over!”

    Steier defends his ethnic cleansing project

    A critic then spoke up and asked: “So you would like a difficult life for yourself and other people in Germany, full of insecurity, instability, aggression and violence against locals and migrants in the 3rd and 4th generation?”

    Steier responded: “No, at some point there will be no more white loaves, because in 50 to 100 years your descendants (obviously different from you) will choose a partner who is not white. The de-homogenization of society is progressing. I support that with my work.”

    White Germans are often called “white loaves” by the left. The acceptance of “refugees” from non-European countries would lead to a “de-homogenization” of society, which means that over time there will be no more white Germans.

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