Want to spend your evenings drinking beer with your neighbors and chatting about chemtrails, George Soros, and how the 5G network is spreading the corona virus? Far right German personalities Andreas Popp and Eva Herman have found the ideal location - far from Muslim hordes streaming into Bavaria - namely, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Eva Herman is a German version of Laura Ingraham — only much dumber. Der Spiegel has the story, which was picked up by other news networks: (my translation)
A colony of right-wing extremists and conspiracy theorists from Germany in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia have made such a scenario a reality. As Der Spiegel reports in its current issue, hundreds of Germans have settled on the island of Cape Breton, which is part of Nova Scotia. Cape Breton is four times the size of Saarland (a western German state) but with a population of only 130,000.
Herman and Popp use an aggressive e-mail campaign to lure conspiracy-minded Germans to a "seminar" on Cape Breton where they are presented with loads of information about how Europe is going to hell in a hand basket thanks to immigrants from the Middle-East, Africa, and Asia. And Canada is a secure sanctuary for true Germans. Evidently the seminars are pretty lucrative for the "bio-deutsch" (i.e. genetically pure German) couple:
Invitations are sent out for one-week “seminar” that are held about four times a year. The cost per person is 3,000 euros which includes airfare and hotel. Andreas Popp calls the seminar attendees “Clear Thinkers” and holds lectures on the “status of the world” which are completely independent of the ‘ fake news” propagated by the mainstream media.
They are joined in the scheme by the Holocaust-denier Frank Eckhardt, who arranges for the real estate transactions at prices way above market. According to the report, already "hundreds of Germans" with pro-Nazi mindsets (Hunderte Deutsche mit "braunem Gedankengut") have already bought land in the Aryan enclave.
Unfortunately, the dream of a new Vaterland has turned into a nightmare for some of the true believers:
A family from Austria has been ordered out of Canada, and must leave this week, after running afoul of immigration rules.They hope to be back, but it'll be at least a year before they can return to Cape Breton, where they've sunk their life savings into a home and farm..Reinhard and Romana Fugger have invested nearly $500,000 after buying and improving a rural property in Grand River, Richmond County, in 2015. They say a local man, Frank Eckhardt and his company F.E. Property Sales, facilitated the property purchase and promised easy immigration to Canada. The Fuggers say that help with the immigration process never came."We find this property and we think we can do this in an easy way, because we have the information before that it is not hard, maybe easy, to immigrate here," said Reinhard Fugger. Eckhardt's company website, hosted in Germany and aimed at Europeans, advertises property sales and "new settler consultation." The Fuggers say they found out after they got here that they paid more than the property was worth.They paid $160,000 for 4.5 hectares of land with a small summer cottage to a lawyer recommended by Eckhardt who handled the real estate transaction. The property value was assessed at $82,000 at the time.
Now the coronavirus “hoax” has put the dream of a “Reich by the sea” on ice along with the the seminar and real estate business for the time being. Once again victims of a conspiracy — but this time not by George Soros, but rather Bill Gates.