A common argument made by the Skeptics, and others, against the creation of White ethnostates in the West is that because the third-world garbage living in the West will not leave willingly, a White ethnostate can only be implemented through violence. This argument is nonsense and, to stress this point, I think it is time that the board became more widely aware of the population exchange between Greece and Turkey following the end of the Greco-Turkish war. This event led to the peaceful creation of the Greek and Turk ethnostates during the 1920s.
Background: During the centuries when the Greeks were the slaves of the Ottomans, large numbers of ethnic Greeks moved to Anatolia and large numbers of Turks moved to Greece. When the Ottoman Empire was broken up at the end of the First World War, a dispute arose between the powers of the day as to where their new borders should be, leading to a brief war in the Eastern Mediterranean called the Greco-Turkish War (1919-1922) that resulted in the death of around 30,000 people. At the conclusion of this war, to prevent future conflicts, the Greek and Turkish governments decided to affect a population exchange between their regions and create ethnically homogeneous ethnostates for themselves.
'"The Agreement:'' On the 30th of January 1923, the Greek and Turkish governments sent representatives to Lausanne where they negotiated and signed a treaty called the "The Convention Concerning the Exchange of Greek and Turkish Populations" or the "Lausanne Convention". This agreement provided for the simultaneous expulsion of Greeks from Anatolia, by the Turkish government, and of Turks from continental Europe, by the Greek government. At the time, there were around 1.5 million Greeks in Turkey, (many of whom had been displaced by the then recently concluded war,) as well as around 500,000 Turks living in Greece, all of whom were affected by the agreement.
After the agreement was ratified by the two governments in the August of that year (and formally acknowledged by the League of Nations), the populations were then peacefully exchanged over a six year period, without bloodshed, despite the fact that the Turks in Greece did not want to leave and had to be forcefully removed by the Greek government. By 1929, six years later, the populations had been successfully exchanged and the Greeks and Turks each had their own ethnically homogeneous homelands.
This event represents a real-life and modern precedent in which policies leading to the creation of a White ethnostate were peacefully implemented without bloodshed.
Isn't it amazing what you weren't taught at school?