Sorry for my very, very late reply. It's been a long time since I last posted in this thread, mainly because I was struggling to get to terms with what you've explained here. My experience in my NGO in these months has been quite disappointing. When I started this thread everything was going well and everybody was lovely with me. However, I was hearing every day disparaging comments about nationalsocialims and fascism from people who clearly don't know what they're talking about, and that made me increasingly uncomfortable. One fine day I decided to point out that nazis are leftists (most, if not all of my NGO fellows are leftists). I just wrote two quick lines about it in our WhatsApp group, without making any judgment, just stating some very basic facts. The backlash from those two lines was shocking. I was "officially" requested to never say anything similar again, and I've been ostracized and politely invited to leave the NGO, which I might actually do in the near future. I guess I had an idealized image of these organizations that doesn't have much to do with reality.
been-there wrote: ↑
Sun Dec 08, 2019 10:58 amANY
NGOs that are primarily
concerned with helping immigrants are therefore furthering the cause of mass-immigration and are — however well-motivated — unwittingly SERVING the Jewish campaign of creating multi-cultural destruction of 'white' mono-cultures.
I think I understand you now. NGOs are pawns in the game of international Jewry that serve their purpose of shaping public opinion to accept or favour mass immigration and the cultural destruction of Europe. It makes sense. That allows them to increase their control of European countries.
That increase in international Jewry control of European countries is going to continue, that's a given, and there's nothing I can do to stop it, but I certainly don't want to contribute to it, so that's a good reason to stop collaborating with this kind of NGOs. On the other hand, however, immigrants are the worst victims of all these political machinations. They escape from the misery in their countries just to find more misery when they arrive to ours. As an individual I can't do anything to stop the Jewish colonization of Europe, but I can do a bit to improve the lives of immigrants. It feels like a trap, you can't have one without the other.
It's a really difficult dilemma. Opposing immigrants is a no-no, they're desperate people escaping death and misery. Supporting immigrants sounds great, but it looks like in the end it's just a way to contribute to the death and misery they escape from. The remaining option is doing nothing at all, which doesn't feel great either, because it means ignoring the suffering I see in front of me. The only solution that I can think of is some sort of political action to oppose the wars that create all this misery. Which won't change much, of course, but at least is better than doing nothing at all.