Introduction – May 2, 2021
Rachida Dati, mayor of the 7th arrondissement (district) of Paris, may seem like an unlikely supporter of the French generals who warned that unrestricted immigration could bring civil war to the country. Her support may seem misplaced because she comes from a family of Algerian/Moroccan immigrants.
I would suggest however, that this gives her more balanced insight into the situation. Unhindered by liberal white guilt she can see clearly the corrosive social impact of unrestricted immigration. Her position is not taken from blind adherence to “white supremacy” but a simple acknowledgement of fact.
I write that coming from a family of mixed-race migrants myself.
Unrestricted immigration is one of the main strategies used by the New World Order. It happens in the declining days of every major empire. Although it invariably brings rising crime this is only part of a wider impact. In broader terms it helps to accelerate social disintegration thereby clearing the way for the establishment of a replacement order.
The architects of the New Order know this and that’s why they actively encourage mass migration.
Rachida Dati may or may not grasp this but she now joins Marine Le Penn, who has also voiced her support for the generals.
The generals’ letter was also signed by a number of serving officers in the French military. They now face possible court marshal and should that happen we should expect to see widening rifts in French society and growing support for the generals’ arguments.
Mayor of Paris District Agrees With Generals Threatening to Seize Control Amid ‘Civil War’ Danger
Ilya Tsukanov – Sputnik April 30, 2021
A group of over 1,200 French generals, officers, service members and police personnel signed an open letter to the French government last week urging it to act against radical ideologies and religious extremism to prevent a civil war and the disintegration of the Fifth Republic. The letter has sparked a major debate throughout France.
Rachida Dati, mayor of the 7th arrondissement (district) of Paris, has expressed her agreement with the recent letter to the government by current and former members of the military and other security services about the dangers of violence and civil conflict caused France-hating ideologies, Islamism and “suburban hordes”.
“What is written in this letter is a reality,” Dati said, speaking to France Info on Thursday.
“When you have a country plagued by urban guerrilla warfare, when you have a constant and high terrorist threat, when you have increasingly glaring and flagrant inequalities, when some patriotic people are breaking away from society, we cannot say that the country is doing well,” the official suggested.
Recalling last week’s stabbing murder of a policewoman by a Tunisian Islamist outside Paris and warning that the country’s police officers “have become a target for terrorists”, Dati expressed concerns that “the police will break down one day”, and stressed that if they “crack”, “we will go well beyond the disintegration of society”.
Dati served as a spokesperson to former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and is a member of France’s liberal-conservative Les Republicains Party. Along with her job as mayor of the 7th arrondissement, she has served as a member of the European Parliament, where she took part in the drafting of reports on counter-terrorism and anti-radicalisation, and finding solutions to the migrant crisis which hit Europe in the mid-2010s. In early 2020, she attracted controversy over her remarks about the terrorist shootings in Hanau outside Frankfurt, Germany after she suggested that Chancellor Angela Merkel was “paying a high price today for the massive opening of the borders” in 2015, and said that many migrants do not appear to share Europeans’ “republican values”, which sparks “clashes”.
A large group of current and retired military officers, including 20 retired generals, signed an open letter published in French magazine Valeurs Actuelles on 21 April warning about what they said was a growing danger of France’s disintegration.
What Did the Letter Say?
The letter argued that France is now facing a “grave hour” and “is in peril” from “several mortal dangers facing her,” including what it said were dangerous “racialist, indigentist and decolonial theories” which it suggested promotes a “racial war” between French people of all colours and creeds. “They despise our country, its traditions, its culture, and want to see it dissolve by tearing away its past and its history. Thus they attack former military and civilian glories with statues, analysing centuries-old words,” the letter said of the authors of these theories.
Letter from the French generals to Macron about the threat to the nation. I suggest you at least read it before passing judgment. https://t.co/z46eRnRxgo
— #KickThemOut (@LoveLaLiga) April 30, 2021
“This is a disintegration which, together with Islamism and the suburban hordes, is leading to the detachment of many parts of the nation and their transformation into territories subject to dogmas that are contrary to our constitution,” the letter continued. “The dangers are growing, the violence is increasing day by day,” the appeal stressed, pointing to the recent grisly incident involving the decapitation of a teacher outside his school in October 2020 after he showed his pupils cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. The officers penning the article suggested that they, as “servants of the Nation…cannot be passive spectators of such actions”.