Read this interview with French writer Renaud Camus, posted in English translation at Islam versus Europe. The original article is in French at La Voix de la Russie. It is also posted at François Desouche.
This interview by the outspoken and realistic Camus calls a spade a spade: France is at war.
Here is an excerpt:
Has France been a country of immigration for centuries?
Absolutely not. That is one of the most cynical inventions of the collaborationist historiography, in the service of the do-gooder party. Between the 6th and 20th centuries, the components of the French population were stable. The first wave of immigration appears at the end of the 19th century, but it’s still an immigration of individuals who could be assimilated easily in one or two generations because they were from the same civilisation, Christian and European: Belgians, Italians, Poles. Mass immigration only starts in the last third of the 20th century and very quickly it’s no longer a question of integration because even if France has always been able to integrate individuals, it cannot integrate peoples, especially when they belong to civilisations that are completely foreign to ours and often hostile.
Labels: Crisis of survival, Dhimmitude, Eurabia, Immigration, National Identity, Renaud Camus, Urban Violence