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    North American Immigrating Back To Europe

    For a lot of folks on this side of the planet, the idea of immigrating back to where our ancestors came from sounds ludicrous.

    That being said, I don't think it's ludicrous at all. I live in southern Ontario, Canada and what I have to look forward to is an impending increase in non-Europeans. I understand how a country like Canada needs to have immigrants to build a population on, but instead of encouraging those with European heritage to have more children, it's shoveling hundreds of thousands of African and Asian immigrants through the boarders. More and more every day.

    I do not want to raise my children in this mess. If I'm lucky, we might be able to procure some land in an area of the country still left to Europeans. But the Asians are encroaching on those areas too.

    I do not under any circumstances want my precious daughter, and my future children, to even consider marriage with these people.

    I want to immigrate to a country that encourages their ethnicity to be maintained and not meld together with all of these races.

    Has anyone ever left Canada or USA for their ancestral country?

    Any advice from Northern Europeans on immigration?

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    The biggest issue is whether you could get in to any european country to live.

    It seems you are english canadian. Are either you or your husband eligible for a UK passport? Or if one of you has an irish born parent or grandparent that person would be eligible for an irish passport. If your husband is not of british ancestry, is he somehow eligible for a passport from HIS ancestral homeland? I wouldn't suggest moving to Britain or Ireland if you want to get away from the duskies, but if one of you had a british, irish or other European Economic area passport you could move anywhere in the European Abomination. Without one of those precious documents it is very hard to move to europe if one has to earn one's living. They have high unemployment and don't want people to take away jobs from the natives. With dusky immigrants that is not a problem. The duskies don't move there to work. They move there because life on the dole there is better than what they had working in their homelands.
    If you want to be as far away from the duskies as possible you should move to the former eastern block, since those areas never encouraged immigration under communism, and they don't have extremely large immigrant populations now because they are relatively poor and the welfare systems there are not ideal for dusky survival. The language would probably be a problem for you though. And they are still relatively poor by north american standards. If you had an EEA passport, I would suggest you move to scandinavia. They have too many duskies too, as is the case in all of western europe, but the natives are very white and the living standards are at least as good for workers as in Canada. Plus just about everybody learned english in school. My country, Germany is nice too but it has lots of turks. If you moved there, you should move to the former East Germany. They have fewer immigrants locally than western germans. But fewer speak english. In western Germany, english has been a mandatory subject in school since 1967.

    In general, he farther south you go, the more duskies you will encounter, (and I don't mean the natives) with the exception of Slovenia. And even there they are not totally free from the duskies. But it is a beautiful country.


    I know that using the term "duskies" so often is abrasive but I have been edited once already for insulting an identifiable group and don't want to get put on extended moderation or something and don't know what else to call them and lots of peoples are dusky so no one group is identifiable.
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    This idea would be hard to do. I do not see how million upon millions of canadians, and americans could go back to Europe. Our ancestors who came from various countries in Europe would be rolling over in there graves if everybody went back to europe. They would call us quitters. I think the solution would be how to take back our countries canada and the united states and restore it back to our forefathers who came from europe to began with.

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    I would love to migrate to western Europe!

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    From another message board.
    Quote Originally Posted by ~Great White Hope~
    Hi Infuriated,

    I can completely relate! I initially wanted to stay in Toronto as well because I thought that leaving would be capitulating to the non-Europeans. In the longterm, I hope the demographics of this city will change, but in the short-term, I just don't see that happening. I never really felt "at home" or comfortable in Toronto (it was sucking the life out of me), so I had no qualms about leaving. I miss my friends and family who remain, but to stay for them would have been at the expense of my sanity.

    Perhaps the "whiter pastures" are getting fewer and far between, but they still exist. I'm not really of the opinion that they will cease to exist. There are many areas in Europe with people who are fiercely proud of their heritage and who are not willing to acquiesce to the non-white incomers. I'm seeing a right-wing trend in Europe, and that's really exciting! People are not content to be complacent. My job affords me the ability to move around a lot and I've made plans to spend several months in the small village where my father's family is from originally (about 40 minutes outside Vienna). I visited for a few days last summer, and it was incredible for me to be among my people, who look like me and who hold the same ideals as I do. I have the option to live/work/study in Europe, so why not?

    If you haven't already, I'd urge you to travel or study or work in Europe for a time. It will really open your eyes. Toronto is going to become the next Sao Paulo!!

    On another note, as I'm in Toronto at the moment, where would one go to be among like-minded individuals? I've heard Queen West, but how far west?

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    The question is...

    Why in the world would an American or Canadian want to do that?

    We left for a reason..

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    This idea of leaving the Americas to go to Europe has popped up so many times i cant remember the count. I used to share this idea of going to europe to get away from Americas problems. Now i really see no point. Europe is in even worse shape than we are so you cant escape the problem. What you would really be doing is leaving to go to a bigger problem. Europe is way more crowded with as many or more immigrants than we have here. Only way to solve the problem is for people to wake up, stop running and start something. People need to think of fighting before running. Basic fight or flight response for us should be to fight. We are Germanic, flight shouldn't be in our vocabulary of what to do in a tough situation.

    Rural areas in America are the best place to escape being right around the other races and i imagine thats the same in Canada. Better to stay in our countries hold on to what we have and gain as many followers as possible.

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    Honestly, I used to think I'd move back to Europe. But now that I see that Europe has problems with immigration and multiculturalism, I'd rather just stay and make a stand in North America. There are still plenty of our folk, many who have woken up.

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    I don't think that it would be healthy for Europe to absorb a mass migration of Americans because most White Americans would not 'mesh' well with Europe's indigenous cultures (and that's not even getting into the fact that 'Europe sucks' attitudes are fairly common amongst White Americans). However, if individual Americans of good stock want to immigrate then they could be a useful asset to local movements.

    You'd have to keep the number of immigrants fairly small, imo.

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    My advice to you is twofold:-
    1. It would be very difficult for you to emigrate to any European country just as it would be very difficult for me to emigrate (if I wanted to) to Canada.
    2. The situation in most western European countries is no better than your experiences in Canada.
    Stay put!

    You need to bear in mind that Americans have no automatic legal right to emigrate to countries in Europe just as I would have no right to emigrate to the USA. One makes one's bed and one must lie in it!

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