Small yet significant
The Low Countries—the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg have, despite their small size, played a significant role in European and world history, the latter mainly through their colonial—possessions and its after effect—the immigration of the former colonies’ inhabitants into Europe.
[Kemp discuss the history of these countries since the ancient period through the Roman occupation; the Germanic invasion of 300 AD; the Frankish rule and the Dutch war of independence against Spain, to the modern age. Most important to understand white suicide is what Kemp says about race replacement and genocidal levels immigration:]
Partly as a result of its colonial policies, which allowed large numbers of Indonesians, Surinamers and other South East Asians back into the Netherlands, and partly because of the generally tolerant attitude of the Dutch, the country became a focus for Third World immigration during the last part of the 20th Century.
By the early twenty-first century, Amsterdam had been almost completely overrun with Third World immigrants… It is estimated that 56 percent of Brussels’ population is of non-European origin.