Guy Millière for Dreuz.info (Note – Translated from French)
I would like to think that it is not too late for France. Even if I left without intending to return, if not for short stays, I’m not fully detached from France.
I have my roots there. My Monther tongue is French. I tried for years to fight for France to recover and regain dignity, dynamism, righteousness. I have friends in France, and I know that many French people can not leave and follow the path I took.
Jews can join Israel, but it is not always easy. Those who are not Jewish have few issues. Becoming Canadian is very difficult and requires money and an entrepreneurial spirit. Becoming an American is even more difficult unless you have a lot of money or very high qualifications.
I would like to think that it is not too late for France, yes. But I find it difficult to persuade myself.
The great replacement analyzed by Renaud Camus is in progress and is now very difficult to reverse. Islam is now, in number of practitioners, the first religion in France, and demographics shows that its weight will be even more accentuated. The birth rate in France is around 2 children per woman, which is not alarming in itself, but if we go into the details and we compare the Moslem births and the non-Muslim births (what it is forbidden to do in France but is done elsewhere), we understand Renaud Camus.
Speeches referring to “Islam of France” or “Moderate Islam” carry a pathetic blindness that can reassure those who believe them and want to blind themselves.