Strasbourg Slugs Exploit Atrocities To Push ‘Diversity’ Drivel!

At first glance, you might be surprised ( I was!) that the Estonian patriot party’s MEP Jaak Madison abstained from voting on a resolution at the European Parliament which stressed remembrance of past European events…

…in particular the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact of August 1939, which divided much of Central and Eastern Europe between Nazi German and Soviet Russian spheres of influence….


Jaak Madison MEP (EKRE PARTY)


That pact, between Nazis and Communists, was a devils’ dirty deal, totalitarian twins carving up Poland and the Baltic republics.

It left Poland enslaved by the Kremlin, using marxist quislings, until 1980.

Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia were literally wiped off the map…

…brutally coerced into becoming provinces of the Soviet Union. Thousands who offered resistance were murdered or deported.

So why would an Estonian patriot abstain?


When we examine the text of the resolution, we find that Article 10 goes WAY beyond recognition of Nazi/Communist crimes, the evils of long past twisted into a very 21st century left-liberal propaganda rant about how the Strasbourg Slug motion  .

“…encourages the Member States to promote education through mainstream culture on the diversity of our society…


B-gger ‘Diversity!’

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We know what ‘diversity’ does to countries that knuckle under!

Indeed, as far as the past is concerned, we find white-wash too, not categorising the atrocities as Nazi/Communist but ‘fascist, Stalinist, and other totalitarian and authoritarian regimes…’


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As if marxist evil was only manifest in the form of Stalin, when every regime, notably that still tormenting Cubans…

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…which has ever professed the vile marxist creed, has also been guilty of shameful crimes against its subjects.

No wonder the Estonian patriot declined to go along with the selective historical perspective of the Strasbourg Slugs