We all watched in horror as the globalist elites in France opened the floodgates to immigrants from former (mostly Islamic) colonies.
“This won’t end well,” we said (at least those of us with half a brain).
Well, quelle surprise! France is now turning into the kind of dysfunctional poo hole that most of their migrants fled from.
Those of you who have read my book won’t be surprised at all, of course. I mentioned France, and the multitude of no go zones which existed back then in 2006 (ironically, French is one of the only European languages my book wasn’t translated into).
Things haven’t improved since. As I predicted, they have gotten far worse to the point where a large number of retired and semi-retired top military brass, not to mention around a thousand active service personnel, have signed a letter to President Macron, warning of an impending civil war.
Macron, of course, is a former Rothschild banker and member of the socialist party (because socialists are only in this to help poor people right?).
How did he react to this letter? Did he investigate the claims by looking out the window of his ivory tower or walking round a banlieue on his own at night?
Are you serious? Of course not. He immediately attacked the generals for daring to mention the impending disaster which is unfolding in France.
The French Minister of Defence, Ms Parly (can anyone think of a more appropriate name for the French Minister of Defence?) has threatened any serving members of the military with le boot.
The spark for this letter was the brutal murder of a French policewoman at the hands of another culturally enriching Islamic migrant who slit her throat (which is usually media doublespeak meaning ‘a failed decapitation’).
It is the latest in an exhausting string of Islamic inspired attacks on people and churches in the republic once known for its romance and great food.
In the last French exam I sat, I received a mark of 14% and the teacher expressed surprise that I had done so well. Fortunately, today we have Google Translate which makes it possible for me to demystify the offending letter.
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Government,
The hour is serious, France is in peril, several mortal dangers threaten her. We who, even in retirement, remain soldiers of France, cannot, in the current circumstances, remain indifferent to the fate of our beautiful country.
Our tricolor flags are not just a piece of cloth, they symbolize the tradition, down through the ages, of those who, whatever their skin color or faith, have served France and given their lives for it.
On these flags we find in gold letters the words “Honor and Fatherland”. However, our honor today lies in the denunciation of the disintegration which strikes our homeland.
– Discrimination which, through a certain anti-racism, is displayed with a single goal: to create on our soil unease, even hatred between communities.
Today some speak of racialism, indigenousism and decolonial theories, but through these terms it is racial war that these hateful and fanatic supporters want.
They despise our country, its traditions, its culture, and want to see it dissolve by taking away its past and its history.
Thus they attack, through statues, ancient military and civilian glories by analyzing words that are centuries old.
– Discrimination which, with Islamism and the suburban hordes, leads to the detachment of multiple plots of the nation to transform them into territories subject to dogmas contrary to our constitution.
However, every Frenchman, whatever his belief or his non-belief, is at home everywhere in France; there cannot and must not exist any city or neighborhood where the laws of the Republic do not apply.
Discrimination, because hatred takes precedence over brotherhood during demonstrations where the authorities use the police as proxy agents and scapegoats in the face of French people in yellow vests expressing their despair.
This while undercover and hooded individuals ransack businesses and threaten these same law enforcement agencies. However, the latter only apply the directives, sometimes contradictory, given by you, the rulers.
The perils are mounting, the violence is increasing day by day. Who would have predicted ten years ago that a professor would one day be beheaded when he left college?
However, we, servants of the Nation, who have always been ready to put our skin at the end of our engagement – as our military state demanded, cannot be passive spectators in the face of such actions.
It is therefore imperative that those who run our country find the courage to eradicate these dangers.
To do this, it is often enough to apply existing laws without weakness. Remember that, like us, a large majority of our fellow citizens are overwhelmed by your dawdling and guilty silences.
As Cardinal Mercier, Primate of Belgium, said: “When prudence is everywhere, courage is nowhere.
“So, ladies and gentlemen, enough procrastination, the hour is serious, the work is colossal; do not waste time and know that we are ready to support policies which will take into consideration the safeguard of the nation.
On the other hand, if nothing is done, laxity will continue to spread inexorably in society, ultimately causing an explosion and the intervention of our active comrades in a perilous mission of protecting our civilizational values and safeguarding our compatriots on the national territory.
As we can see, there is no more time to procrastinate, otherwise, tomorrow the civil war will put an end to this growing chaos, and the deaths, for which you will bear the responsibility, will number in the thousands.
The signatory generals:
General de Corps d’Armée (ER) Christian PIQUEMAL (Foreign Legion), General de Corps d’Armée (2S) Gilles BARRIE (Infantry), General of Division (2S) François GAUBERT former Military Governor of Lille, General of Division (2S) ) Emmanuel de RICHOUFFTZ (Infantry), Division General (2S) Michel JOSLIN DE NORAY (Marine Troops), Brigadier General (2S) André COUSTOU (Infantry), Brigadier General (2S) Philippe DESROUSSEAUX de MEDRANO (Train), Air Brigade General (2S) Antoine MARTINEZ (Air Force), Air Brigade General (2S) Daniel GROSMAIRE (Air Force), Brigadier General (2S) Robert JEANNEROD (Cavalry), Brigadier General ( 2S) Pierre Dominique AIGUEPERSE (Infantry), Brigadier General (2S) Roland DUBOIS (Transmissions), Brigadier General (2S) Dominique DELAWARDE (Infantry), Brigadier General (2S) Jean Claude GROLIER (Artillery), Brigadier General ( 2S) Norbert de CACQUERAY (Directorate General of Armament), Brigadier General (2S) Roger PRIGEN T (ALAT), Brigadier General (2S) Alfred LEBRETON (CAT), General Doctor (2S) Guy DURAND (Army Health Service), Rear Admiral (2S) Gérard BALASTRE (Navy).
Dr Steve Turley has a good analysis of the situation:
There are some good comments underneath like this one:
“He better be worried because the French know how to do civil war/revolution…. Okay, in the past they have gone a little overboard with it, but you can’t fault them for lack enthusiasm.”
Or even more hilarious (if you aren’t French) is this one:
“A French civil war? The world holds it’s breath waiting to find out what happens when both sides surrender simultaneously.”
But on a more serious note, this comment hits the nail on the head:
“Isn’t it funny how, prior to becoming vibrant, we had higher wages, low crime, greater sense of community, pride in tradition, better education, real philanthropy, higher morals, stronger birth rates? Its almost like we have lost a war and are being occupied by a foreign people who hate us. Its almost like diversity is not a strength at all but a weapon being wielded by an outgroup to destroy us.”