crashman wrote:Secession was protected by the constitution. The CSA was no more of a congregation of traitors than were the founding fathers. Not only that, but the Union captured and imprisoned diplomats going to England and France(ironically, the same cause for the war of 1812, just with reversed parties).
The secession of the Confederate States was a libertarian/decentralist political process. It was also unviolent, until a then foreign unit of troops were told to keep their presence-- in a country that had asked them to leave.
musashika wrote:Richard Coudenhove-kalergy is the most dreadful traitor and betrayer. He betrayed a whole continent (Europe) and a whole race of people - his own European people and it is ongoing right now!
In 1950 he instituted a plan since become known as The Coudenhove-kalergy Plan in which Europe would be flooded with what he called low intellect sub Saharan and Semitic-Asiatics to interbreed and produce a brown skinned peole, low intellect and easier to control and dominate. The KARLSPREIS AN DER AACHEN is given every year to Euro politicians who have controlled most to the achievement of this Plan.
Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi was a traitor?? Sorry what?? He betrayed people because of his ideology of European integration and unification?? I'm not quite sure how he's betraying people when during his lifetime, Europe was extremely divided, you know two massive, devastating wars that became global wars come to mind immediately!! Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi didn't really hold any power to do anything, sure he promoted an ideology but people do that all the time, but he didn't hold office at the head of any government to take action so I don't see how he did anything you are claiming he did.
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