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Thursday, 23 September 2010

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Fortunately not everywhere has been overrun by third world immigrants.

Brief History

In 1219 the Danes invaded northern Estonia. They built a fort, which the Estonians called Taani Linn (Danish town). By 1227 the whole of Estonia had been conquered.

In 1237 the Knights of the Sword were absorbed into another crusading order, the Teutonic Knights. In the 13th century Estonia was split in two. The Teutonic knights ruled southern Estonia while the Danes ruled the north. Germanic people became the ruling class in Estonia. They remained the upper class until the 20th century.

Today Estonia is a small but prosperous country. In the early years of the 21st century the economy grew rapidly. Estonia suffered badly in the recession of 2009 but no doubt that is temporary and Estonia has a bright future. History of Estonia

It's good to remind ourselves that Europeans are still over %97 of the population in some lands.

Although there is animosity between Russians and Estonians, this is mostly due to Communism, Russians are of course a European people.

What will this beautiful Baltic country look like in ten years time?

Estonia Demographics Profile 2010

Population 1,299,371 (July 2009 est.)

Net migration rate -3.26 migrant(s)/1,000 population (2009 est.)

HIV/AIDS - adult prevalence rate 1.3% (2007 est.)

Ethnic groups Estonian 67.9%, Russian 25.6%, Ukrainian 2.1%, Belarusian 1.3%, Finn 0.9%, other 2.2% (2000 census)

Religions Evangelical Lutheran 13.6%, Orthodox 12.8%, other Christian (including Methodist, Seventh-Day Adventist, Roman Catholic, Pentecostal) 1.4%, unaffiliated 34.1%, other and unspecified 32%, none 6.1% (2000 census)

Literacy - definition: age 15 and over can read and write total population: 99.8%

Enjoy the video


Durotrigan 23 September 2010 at 20:58  

Gorgeous. But how long can Estonia and the other nations of Eastern Europe protect themselves from demographic infiltration and displacement now that they are part of the EU and have sub-replacement birth rates?

Anonymous 24 September 2010 at 10:17  

Please try to ensure that Vivienne Reding at the EU Commission doesn't see this video, since she will immediately see to it that Estonia is opened up as an immigration centre for non europeans (Franks)

Anonymous 24 September 2010 at 13:36  


That's the worrying thing.

The only solution I can see is countries like Estonia vote in a nationalist government, and have a immigration policy which openly states, "We refuse to accept immigrants who don't share our values and ethnic characteristics".

The birth rate would not be an issue if the above was inacted. Simple tax breaks for Estonian families would help the native birthrate climb.

Anonymous 24 September 2010 at 13:43  


Lets hope the Baltic states stand up for themselves.

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