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The Great Reset & The Eurasian-Negroid Race Of The Future?

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Dimitra - The Kalergi Plan: The Great Replacement, The Great Reset & The Eurasian-Negroid Race Of The Future (odysee.com)




Is the translation below of Kalergi's book Practical Ideology correct?
Dimitra is the German to English translator of Practical Idealism written by Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi, known as the father of the European Union. She joins Lana to discuss Kalergi's book and beliefs that have influenced modern political discourse and have been adopted into official policy not just in Europe but in the US. The inspiration behind The Great Replacement, The Great Reset and the European Union all tie back to Count Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi and his plan for the new mixed-race man of the future.
Jan 30, 2006 — Dimitra Ekmektsis revealed a two-year, drug-fueled relationship with Aaron Sorkin, creator of “The West Wing,” in 2002.
Sorkin was born in Manhattan, New York City,[2] to a Jewish family,[3][4][5][6] and was raised in the New York suburb of Scarsdale.[7] His mother was a schoolteacher and his father a copyright lawyer who had fought in WWII and put himself through college on the G.I. Bill; both his older sister and brother went on to become lawyers.[8][9][10] His paternal grandfather was one of the founders of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU).[10][11][12] Sorkin took an early interest in acting. During childhood, his parents took him to the theatre to see shows such as Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and That Championship Season.[13] 
Have Kalergi's writings been taken out of context
"In the context of sports, research, and data, being a cherry picker is often seen as unfair, unethical, or as downright cheating." 
"Cherry picking has a negative connotation as the practice neglects, overlooks or directly suppresses evidence that could lead to a complete picture. Cherry picking can be found in many logical fallacies."
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