Macron’s France, immigration, and anti-Semitism

In 2017, Centrist Emmanuel Macron won by default. One year later, the French crisis is not over. In fact, the gradual replacement of the native populace and culture by a new population and a new culture seems entirely plausible.

…Why are Leftwing and Rightwing radicals getting so powerful in contemporary France ? Essentially, they tackle an issue that the classic political class prefers to ignore : the demographic upheaval known as Great Replacement, an expression coined some years ago by a talented if controversial writer, Renaud Camus. Immigration from non-European and non-Judeo-Christian countries, and especially from Muslim countries, has reached such proportions that the gradual replacement of the native populace and culture by a new population and a new culture seems entirely plausible. Leftwing radicals tend to welcome it as a change for the better. Rightwing radicals see it as a cosmic disaster – except for some of them who are ready to strike an alliance with radical Islam in order to topple the « plutocratic » and « Jewish » Western democracy.

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