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French Senator warns of globalist-engineered ‘Great Replacement’

As a result of a mass migration agenda engineered by anti-Western elites, the French people are being replaced, warned Senator Stéphane Ravier.

Published: November 9, 2019, 8:16 am

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    In a speech in Parliament, Ravier, a member of Marine Le Pen’s National Rally party, targeted globalist lawmakers who he blamed for “allowing the death of the identity of French people,” while attempting to brainwash them into believing “immigration is an opportunity for France”.

    “Familial regrouping, erasing of borders, positive discrimination in hiring, welfare, the asylum laws, the fake minors but the very real adult illegal migrants — you have created all the conditions for a true migratory submersion. So migration is an opportunity, but for whom? Certainly not our countrymen!” Ravier said.

    He cited statistics indicating that very few migrants ever find employment, and because of that most live off French taxpayers. “I don’t believe in the theory of the ‘Great Replacement’. Actually, I’m convinced of its reality,” Ravier said.

    “Those hundreds of zones across the entire country which became foreign enclaves are zones of non-France, where the hatred of everything that is French is spreading like a trail of ignited gunpowder,” he added, alluding to the many ‘no-go zones’.

    “Our laws, our culture, our identity, our savoir-vivre, our know-how, our liberties – especially those of women, such as sexual and religious liberties — are being rejected, fought against, in order to be replaced as well under the blows of a militant Islamist ethno-culturalism.”

    Ravier underscored how the elites who champion multiculturalism and diversity as “strengths” never experience the economic, cultural, or physical consequences of their choice.

    “French people are fed up. French people have had enough,” Ravier said. “For forty years they have been making an effort; they have consented to sacrifices in welcoming others, and what have they received in return? The development of an unbearable anti-French, anti-white, anti-Christian racism.”

    Ravier demanded that lawmakers apologize to the French people for all the damage they have done to them if they want to avoid a catastrophic backlash.

    “Apologize by establishing a national preference in all fields – in reestablishing the borders, in putting in place quotas, not for immigration, but quotas for deportation,” Ravier said. “Apologize by reversing the flow of immigration.

    “If you don’t renounce your pernicious ideology, in the face of posterity it will be France that will curse you.”

    Ravier has been serving as a Senator for Bouches-du-Rhône since 2014. He is also the Mayor of the 13th and 14th arrondissements of Marseille.

    About Marseille, Ravier told TVL in an interview: “The historic people of Marseille are being replaced because there is a very high birth rate in the northern neighborhoods and immigration continues to sweep the city.”

    According to him, children born in the northern neighborhoods are considered to be “French by the law of the soil, but it will soon change” if reforms are adopted.

    “The statistics of the Ministry of the Interior are one thing, the reality of insecurity is another. Even if [immigrant] settlements are less numerous, drug trafficking is undermining the city as a whole,” according to Ravier.

    The city is “in danger because it is not given the means” necessary to deal with the problem. There are too few “police officers in the field, magistrates who condemn, prison centers that incarcerate and an air-wing of law enforcement protecting the borders and keeping migrants out”.

    Stéphane Ravier has proposed a control of “these famous kebab” and “night groceries” stores which serve to launder drug money. He said social housing parents of minors involved in drug trafficking should also be kicked out of their free accommodation: “This is to empower not to stigmatize,” he explained.

    Last month, the Senator of Bouches-du-Rhône supported a proposal by PACA Regional Councilor Philippe Vardon (RN) for the Region to break all ties with Qatar, a state known for funding Islamism worldwide.

    This motion was drafted after the regional Assembly announced the strengthening of the cooperation ties between the Region and Qatar.

    In a book, The Qatar Papers, written by two journalists, Christian Chesnot and Georges Malbrunot, it has been revealed that the emirate finances political Islam in its different forms in Europe. The Islamist female who assaulted prison guards in Condé-sur-Sarthe was working for Qatar Charity.

    Caroline Pozmentier, deputy of Security of the City of Marseille, rejected the “alleged links between [Qatar] with the ‘Islamism'” however. She added that “Qatar is not a threat”.

    Despite their limited resources, Stéphane Ravier, Sandrine d’Angio and all the elected representatives of the majority of the 13th and 14th arrondissements have managed the closure of two clandestine Islamist institutions, including a school.

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    • LuciusAnnaeusSeneca

      Indeed, it would certainly be a good thing if more people spoke out. Doubtless there are many among the French public who are of the same mind, but in many cases fear ridicule if not outright hostile reprisals if they speak out. But the population replacement ideology behind the EU’s current mass migration and “integration” policies are a reality and not the product of conspiracy theorists. Indeed, one of the founders of pan-Europeanism, and a paragon of the current EU mentality, was baron Richard von Coudenhouve-Kalergi, whose mass migration advocacy is but one facet of Brussels’ demented drive to extend an adminstrative state over all Europe. The aim is to not only erase national identity, but European identity. And the EU emirs in Brussels have bought into all of it. Even the use of Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” music for the European anthem is one of Coudenhouve-Kalergi’s projects they adapted.

    • Nancy Causey Wallace

      Good for them women. Don’t let them pull you down. Send them back.

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