The website, Eurofruque.com, advocates the union of the two continents.
Eurafrique was first proposed in the 1920s and is considered a precursor to the European Union and played a significant role in the development of the latter.
African intellectual and first president of Senegal, Léopold Sédar Senghor (1906-2001), is considered to have been a primary force in the European-African union movement.
Eurafrique was closely connected with Négritude that put Africas cultural achievements, including the sub-sahara region on the same level as Europes respectively saw them as being part of the same cultural continuum [source]Marxism prefers a global economy that erases the economic disparity between Western nations and Third-world countries.
Because the economic disparity is the effect of an intelligence disparity, globalism strives to merge people groups creating a cultural, racial, intellectual, and economical thermodynamics in which intelligence and, therefore, prosperity is evenly distributed.
The current invasion of Europe by Islamic insurgents pretending to be refugees should be considered a part of Eurofrique.
Those who prefer nationalism to globalism are stigmatized with pejoratives including xenophobe, afriphobe, Islamophobe, and racist.
I would pronounce it 'You're a freak.'
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