Kalergi Plan

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Event.png Kalergi Plan (“Conspiracy theory”,  Great Replacement) Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Date1925 - Present
DescriptionThe original Great Replacement conspiracy theory?

The Kalergi Plan is an alleged plan by the Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi, the founding president of the Paneuropean Union, to mix "white" Europeans with other races via immigration.

Official narrative

According to Wikipedia, the Kalergi Plan is a "far right anti semitic white nationalist conspiracy theory. Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi envisioned an all-encompassing race of the future made up of "Eurasian-Negroid[s]," replacing "the diversity of peoples" and "[t]oday's races and classes" with a "diversity of individuals."[1]

The only evidence in the article for it being a conspiracy theory is: "The conspiracy theory stems from a misconstrued section from Kalergi's book Praktischer Idealismus".[2]

The Kalergi Plan is debunked in the 2018 novel Middle England by Jonathan Coe according to The Guardian.[3]

It is a dangerous and racist conspiracy theory according to the SPLC and Hope Not Hate.[4]