The Africanization of Europe

Gunnar Beck is a German politician and academic. He is a Member of the European Parliament for the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany), and is the deputy leader of the AfD in the European Parliament.

In the following report from Strasbourg, Mr. Beck discusses the European Commission’s explicit promotion of the Africanization of Europe, under the leadership of EC President Ursula von der Leyen.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   This is a grotesque attempt to falsify history and to politically dictate
00:05   a curriculum which will brainwash our students.
00:10   What’s happening in the EU Parliament? Gunnar Beck, over to you in the EU Parliament.
00:23   Hello ladies and gentlemen, dear viewers. Ursula von der Leyen
00:27   is planning the Africanization of Europe. This claim is neither fantasy, nor is it
00:32   populist fear-mongering, as the EU’s Vice President Reiner Wieland
00:38   accused me of on May 15th in Strasburg. Actually, this is the only logical
00:43   conclusion of Mrs. Von der Leyen’s migration policy since she took office three years ago.
00:50   Even during her acceptance speech in parliament she made it clear. She declared Africa
00:56   to be her favorite partner in the future. Naming them in English, “The EU’s preferred partner”
01:01   or “Partner of choice”. In March 2020,
01:06   Mrs. Von der Leyen published her newest Africa strategy. The paper is, for the most part
01:12   a grotesque distortion of reality, in which Africa with its population of 1.4 billion,
01:19   will morph into a gigantic Silicon Valley in the future. This will be driven by Africa’s dynamic,
01:26   African women and the exploding younger population which will compensate for
01:33   waning demographic development in Europe. According to Mrs. Von der Leyen’s paper,
01:38   this creates great opportunities for Europe. For this reason, the EU commission suggests
01:43   a comprehensive migration and mobility partnership with two primary goals.
01:48   First, the EU will strengthen efforts and develop more infrastructure to receive
01:54   even more African Asylum seekers. This will include war and climate refugees,
02:00   which just about includes the entirety of Africans — all the way to Botswana in South Africa.
02:07   Secondly, improving educational and vocational opportunities for Africans. However, not in Africa.
02:14   This will be done in Europe. The reasoning for increased immigration from Africa
02:20   was already established in 2019, due to the collective guilt that all Europeans owe all Africans.
02:29   This is the core idea of the so-called Resolution of the European Parliament
02:34   on Fundamental Rights of African People in Europe from 2019.
02:40   The up until the present evenly distributed unconditional collective guilt is founded on
02:46   centuries of mistreatment and disregard. The following are my observations:
02:51   First, mistreatment due to slavery and colonialism is to some extent, undeniable,
02:57   but it is by no means obvious which Africans lives were worsened by colonization
03:05   and which actually improved as a result of decolonization.
03:09   It is indisputable that the crime of slavery was practiced not only by Europeans,
03:15   but Arabs also enslaved Africans, and the Romans enslaved Germanic peoples.
03:19   The Turks also enslaved other peoples and so on and so on.
03:23   German people aren’t demanding compensation from today’s Italians for being enslaved,
03:28   and no one is demanding reparations from Arab states.
03:32   Secondly, the EU Commission accuses Europeans of being contemptuous, and I quote,
03:38   “of the tremendous achievements and positive contributions by Africans
03:42   to our culture and civilization in Europe.” This argument makes everything immediately obvious.
03:49   It’s quite clear to us all that ancient philosophy,
03:55   the sacred Gothic buildings of the Middle Ages, as well as the palaces of the Renaissance
04:00   and the High Baroque, our literature and the modern sciences and classical music from
04:06   Gregorian chant to Bach and Beethoven and into the 20th century are all achievements
04:13   that we owe primarily to people of African descent.
04:18   Therefore, the commission calls on the member states, and I quote,
04:22   “to take into consideration that people of African descent over the course of history
04:28   have contributed significantly to the construction of European society and therefore
04:32   the history of people of African descent must be included in school curricula
04:37   and black history months introduced;” end of quote. You can already see where this is headed.
04:43   This is a grotesque attempt to falsify history which is intended
04:48   to brainwash our students by means of politically dictated curricula.
04:53   Only those who are convinced that dozens of millions of Africans have been living among us
04:58   since the Middle Ages will be permitted to graduate from high school.
05:03   Migration, as Mrs. Von der Leyen has said several times in the EU parliament,
05:07   meaning mass migration, is and I quote: “completely normal.”
05:13   The fact is, migration is NOT normal. Sedentariness is.
05:18   Even today, 98% of the world’s population is sedentary.
05:25   Thank you for your interest and for watching. Gunnar Beck from Strasbourg.

13 thoughts on “The Africanization of Europe

  1. One should ask the simple question, “Why do they want to go to Europe?” Then follow it up with “What happens when Europe becomes just like the countries they left?” What then?

    • You ask whom?
      If you ask them they cannot answer having an IQ radiqiu.
      Ask the politicians?
      You find the answer in the Cudenhove-Kalergi plan.
      Europe is doomed.

      IQ radiqiu in greek means ,IQ of a weed.

  2. Thank you, guys, for translating and subtitling this piece. It is a remarkable example of the world-wide attempt to alter the history of civilization. The globalist’s plans are certainly not to advance the interests of Africans, but rather to diminish those of Europeans, ending ultimately in their demise.

  3. It makes excellent sense to Africanize Europe. After all, they did such a wonderful job already with their own continent!

  4. I had an interesting conversation with my neighbour recently. He’s from Ghana; black African, from Ghana and Sierra Leone, on his father’s side; mixed heritage from Barbados on his mother’s (she was a beautiful woman, from the ‘photo I’ve seen).

    He says sub-Saharan Africa is held back from development by religion, superstition, tribalism and corruption, not the history of slavery and colonialism; indeed that the latter was, overall, a good thing.

    Like me, he’s retired, but helps his entrepreneurial daughter with her business.

    • Sub Sarahara Africa is not held back by anything other than low IQ and has been since man walked upright, it will never EVER change, colonialism was the best thing that ever happened to the 3rd world, and the bloody savages bit the hand that fed them and now want to come here to turn Europe into bloody Africa, sooner or later the natives of Europe are going to say enough is enough and slaughter the whole bloody lot of 3rd worlders good or bad. It is difficult to say who will start it, but my money is on the arabs types against the African’ts and then spread from there.

  5. “The reasoning for increased immigration from Africa was already established in 2019, due to the collective guilt that all Europeans owe all Africans.”

    Excuse me? All Europeans “owe” Africans? They can all fornicate right off! My family never owned slaves or had commercial interests tied to slave-owning, I never owned slaves, we never colonised anyone’s country and owe nothing in any reparations or owe anyone a living in our countries on the taxes we pay.

    “Collective guilt”? Every time there’s jihad terror perpetrated by muslims we can’t “tar them ALL with the same brush” as it’s a “lone wolf” or “mental illness” or “cultural differences”, however intrinsic and ubiquitous hating and wanting to murder infidels is in islamic, so called, “culture”. But ALL contemporary Europeans are fair game to be held responsible for sins of the distant past nobody living now committed and nobody living now was on the receiving end of.


    “to take into consideration that people of African descent over the course of history have contributed significantly to the construction of European society…”

    When exactly was that? What precisely did they “contribute”? Details, please! People who had trouble inventing the wheel or buildings not made of mud and twigs of more than one storey have, allegedly, built Europe… It’s not Makumba’s Third Symphony, is it? Or Makumba’s Cathedral, is it? Or Makumba’s steam / petrol / diesel engine, is it? Or Makumba’s digital technology. Or indeed anything in Europe that can be directly attributed to “African builders”. Today’s “African builders” of European society, who are supposed to be more advanced than their ancestors and apparently all of us Europeans, are inexplicably for the most part low IQ, violence prone, unemployable, life-long welfare recipients. Not exactly what one would call “the right stuff”. And we’re supposed to “revere” and “celebrate” that? Get in the bin!

    • Well said. Von der Leyen’s assertion that Africans have “contributed significantly to the construction of European society” is so absurd I don’t know how she could have finished the sentence. I want just ONE example. One.

    • Over 1 million Europeans were held as slaves in North Africa and the slave traders raided the coasts as far north as Iceland collecting Europeans to be made slaves. The United States fought 3 wars against the Barbary Pirates to free Americans held in horrible conditions by the North African slave traders. Many countries paid tribute to the Barbary Coast Muslim Prelates to insure that their countries would not be raided. This history of North Africa is not well known. Interesting that Miguel Cervantes was held as a slave in North Africa — check it out.

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