In 2050 France will be a half-Islamic country, in 2100 France will be an
I can't wait for UK to become Islamic Republic and "evil barbaric
proselytizing abrahamics" kill each other every day, so the rest of the
non-abrahamic humans can live in peace.
France to Vote on the Great Replacement of Western Civilization
"It is like humidity in a house. Initially the threat is
invisible...." — Boualem Sansal, Algerian novelist, L'Express.
Bfmtv interviewed Fewzi Benhabib, a resident of Saint-Denis. Since
his arrival from Algeria 25 years ago, he found in France the ideology
from which he was fleeing in his former country "For the Islamists, it
is a question of Islamizing modernity, not modernizing Islam."
Next year, France will decide to try to save itself or continue to
sink. Either way, it will unleash a tsunami that will not stop at its
borders and instead flood all of Western Europe.
"Where Islam takes hold, it is forever. Islamism is based on Islam,
which no one has the right to criticize. But in your countries it also
plays a role in democracy and in the rule of law. Islamism exploits
these values. Since democracy recognizes all opinions, from the far
right to the far left, it is obliged to recognize Islam as well. All
those who do not commit attacks or violent acts are, in principle,
protected in a state of law. Islamism thus immediately finds itself in a
conquered terrain. It is necessary to fight Islamism from the beginning.
Because it is like humidity in a house. Initially the threat is
invisible, it penetrates the walls which, little by little, crumble.
When you realize it is too late, you have to destroy everything to clean
up. It becomes a mission impossible. France is at the stage where it has
just discovered that Islam is eroding her home".
This is how Algerian novelist Boualem Sansal, in L'Express, recently
described the level of Islamization in France.
"In 2050 we will be a half-Islamic country, in 2100 we will be an
Islamic republic", according to Éric Zemmour, the journalist and
presidential hopeful in 2022. This difficult but staggering reality
denounced by Zemmour is recognized by everyone, even on the left.
Radical left leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon predicted the same kind of
scenario, calling it "creolization by 2050".
In the book Grand Manipulateur, the journalist Marc Endeweld reveals
what France's President Emmanuel Macron says in private on the sensitive
issues of immigration:
"The Elysée employees have confided to me that in recent months,
especially on the issue of immigration, Macron has not hesitated, in
front of his colleagues, to take up Éric Zemmour's formulas on the Great
Replacement. He is obsessed with it".
The ostensible "fault" of the French historian Georges Bensoussan was to
declare on the radio that immigrants from Middle Eastern countries
absorb anti-Semitism from an early age like "mother's milk." He was put
on trial for incitement to hatred and finally cleared after four years.
Bensoussan recently told Le Figaro what is happening to his country:
"For safety reasons, Jewish children have massively abandoned
public education. In the suburbs, there is a climate that recalls the
worst memories of the Jewish Maghreb. It is a French defeat and not a
Jewish defeat, because the whole of French society is threatened by what
threatens Jews today. The Seine-Saint-Denis has lost 80% of its Jewish
population in 20 years".
Bensoussan provides other impressive numbers:
"More than 500 districts in France are declared 'sensitive'. To put
it bluntly, we are talking about several million people who are subject
to Islamist law".
This is the shock that will decide the next presidential elections.
France's General Directorate for Internal Security (DGSI) has mapped 150
districts "in possession" of Islamists. These neighborhoods have become
enclaves in the hands of fundamentalists, who shape the areas according
to their ideology, which, as the word Islam itself denotes, is one of
submission. In places such as Roubaix, "the situation is assuming
worrying proportions", according to a prefect speaking with Le Figaro.
Or the center of Perpignan, where "aggression, drug trafficking, Muslim
communitarianism, racial tensions and tribal violence" force non-Muslims
to move elsewhere. Or Les Izards, a district of Toulouse, "where Arab
gangs control the streets in a climate of fear". Or Grigny, a district
on the southern outskirts of Paris, "a lawless territory". Or in Grenoble.
The weekly Valeurs Actuelles describes the city of Trappes:
"It has 32,000 inhabitants, 70% of whom are Muslims, 40-50
different nationalities. Most are born here, wear hijab, qami, sarouel,
traditional Middle Eastern clothing. The submission is complete. The
church cannot compete with the five mosques".
Already in 1997, Le Monde Diplomatique stated that a city like Roubaix
is predominantly Muslim. Le Figaro refers to Sevran, a section of
Seine-Saint Denis, as home to 50,000 inhabitants, 90% of whom are
foreigners and a neighborhood, Épeule, already housing a Muslim majority.
"Every two weeks in France, a mosque is created and a church
disappears," said Edouard de Lamaze, president of the Observatory of
Writing in L'Incorrect, Frédéric Saint Clair, a political analyst,
recalled that if at the end of the 1970s there were about 200 mosques in
the country, today there are more than 2,500. "At the current rate, at
the end of the century there will be 10,000 mosques...".
Two thousand military servicemen signed a letter to French President
Emmanuel Macron and the government, warning that France is on the verge
of collapse and civil war because the state has "surrendered" to radical
Muslims. The letter followed an appeal by 20 retired generals and
hundreds of former officers, in which they speak of "disintegration and
Islamization" in progress, as well as a document sent to parliament by
other generals and officers, proclaiming, "We are in a hybrid war, it is
multifaceted and will end in a civil war at best and a cruel defeat with
no future at worst".
Marseille, the second largest city in France," according to the latest
issue of the French monthly Causeur, "is already a quarter Muslim. The
proportion of people aged 0-18 born to two non-European parents is
exploding in urban areas throughout France, it is a historical
In the span of 20 years between 1998 and 2018 and throughout France:
"The number of births with at least one parent foreign increased by
63.6 percent. The number of births with both parents foreign increased
by 43 percent. The number of births with both parents French decreased
by 13.7 percent".
The study also reveals:
"[I]mmigrant women have a fertility rate of 2.73 children, compared
to 1.9 for native women. The contrast is even more marked if we think of
the 3.6 children for the Algerians, 3.5 children for the Tunisians, 3.4
children for the Moroccans and 3.1 children for the Turks, figures even
higher than fertility in the countries of origin ...".
The city of Lyon is already one-third Islamic. 18% of newborns in France
bear a Muslim name. In the 1960s, the figure was 1%.
A member of the Observatory of Secularism disclosed that Saint-Denis is
plagued by "a project whose goal is to impose the standards of political
Islamism." Bfmtv interviewed Fewzi Benhabib, a resident in Saint-Denis.
Since his arrival from Algeria 25 years ago, he found in France the
ideology from which he was fleeing in his former country. "For the
Islamists, it is a question of Islamizing modernity, not modernizing
Islam." Benhabib wanted to show the reporter concrete examples of the
Islamization of his city. In a children's toy shop in Saint-Denis you
can find perfectly veiled dolls. An eyeless teddy bear adorns the
window. "In Islam, the image is taboo", he explained. In a library on
the same street, the shelves are full of books such a La voie du
musulman, a book on the bedside table of many jihadists, which details
the sanctions to be imposed on homosexuals: "Throw them from the tallest
building and then finish them off with stones".
The level of Islamization exceeds a point beyond which it is virtually
impossible to stop the process of social and cultural disintegration.
France, according to the Algerian writer Boualem Sansal, is extremely
close to that point:
"This mysterious threat literally liquefies society. At this point,
exhausted, discouraged, it enters a process of relative submission,
believing it will appease the enemy, giving him more and more ground,
carrying out his requests and eventually becoming his advocate. In
resilient societies, this process lasts ten years, in permissive
societies like France, one year is enough".
Michel Houellebecq in his latest essay postulated a form of "suicide" in
which "you offer your throat to the butcher's blade"; the author Alain
Finkielkraut wrote that "the unstoppable progression of this system
makes me think of a tea party on board the Titanic".
The iceberg is in front of France. Next year, France will decide to try
to save itself or continue to sink. Either way, it will unleash a
tsunami that will not stop at its borders and instead flood all of