American chef Anthony Bourdain went to Cologne, Germany to meet René Stessl, another chef, as part of his “Parts Unknown” TV show on CNN. While they were both eating a meal, the conversation quickly moved away from food towards the immigrant sexual assault wave in Cologne.
[…] He suggested that mass-immigration supporters should “go out – a hundred people in Nazi uniforms – and walk through the city” to scare people into accepting mass immigration.
“I think I want to talk about utopias. It’s a kind of utopia, just the fact that the whole world will mix up with each other” said Stressl.
“In God knows, 70, 80 years, there will be no White people anymore, and only cappuccino colored people. It’s good. It’s good.”…Read more →