From resignation to remigration
A reader just sent me this video from 2008 (that many of you have probably already viewed). The ominous statistics are even worse today. However, the figure of nine million Muslims in the U.S. in 2008 may be off - there was some debate on the number of Muslims here, with many insisting that nine million was a great exaggeration. I do not have reliable recent data on this question. There are, however, 53 million Hispanic Americans in the U.S. today compared with two million in 1940.
The video states openly that the trend is irreversible. We are therefore far beyond the point of no return and apparently must resign ourselves to a bleak future, if any future. But since no one has ever tried to reverse the growth of Islam in the West, we can't be absolutely certain that nothing can be done. If the borders of European nations were closed, if massive "remigration" were implemented, if government programs encouraging and rewarding traditional marriage and children were established by responsible leaders, it is possible that things would change.
French patriots of the Bloc Identitaire are looking forward to a convention on November 15 that will bring together concerned citizens, writers, bloggers and journalists, for debates and discussions on what they are now calling "remigration": the reversal of the flow of foreigners into Europe, the return to their homelands of millions who were never legitimately a part of the French population. The Bloc explains:
(…) You think remigration is impossible? You think that there has never been a remigration in history? You still think that the jihadists and the 16% of "Frenchmen" who support them or the violent fans of the Algerian soccer team would make good citizens tomorrow? Allow us to persuade you that it is not so! You think, on the contrary, that multiracial societies always end up as multiracist societies, and lead to civil war? You think that the only solution is to encourage and to organize the great return? Then come and confirm your ideas and work with us to make what is necessary possible!
Whatever happens, it is a very good sign that the Bloc Identitaire, fearlessly and fervently affirms the categorical imperative of "re-migration", rather than some weak, politically correct measure such as "assimilation" which is neither feasible or desirable.
As of now, writers Renaud Camus and Jean-Yves Le Gallou, are scheduled to appear. Hopefully many more will be added to the list of speakers.