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The Great Replacement

The term “Great Replacement” was popularized by the French author Renaud Camus’s 2011 book Le Grand Remplacement. The Great Replacement states that the White French population, as well as the White European population at large is being progressively replaced with non-European peoples, specifically by populations from Africa and the Middle East, through mass migration, demographic growth and a European drop in the birth rate. In 2006 the Dutch Justice Minister, Piet Hein Donner, caused significant anger in the Netherlands when he suggested in an interview that if Muslims wished to change the law of the land to Sharia by democratic means (that is when Muslims were large enough in number), then they could do so. [Douglas Murray (2017), The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam . Bloomsbury Continuum]


Que sei eu do que serei, eu que não sei o que sou?  O mundo é para quem nasce para o conquistar  E não para quem sonha que pode conquistá-lo, ainda que tenha razão. Fernando Pessoa – Tabacaria


Too many jobs in a short time? Unstable candidate . Too many years at the same company? Inflexible to change . Too many different types of jobs? Candidate doesn’t know what he wants .