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The West’s Fear That Dare Not Speak Its Name


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Zemmour is being called “the Donald Trump of France.” And he and Le Pen are now running third and second behind Macron in the polling to become the next president of France, which suggests the power of the issue on which they agree: uninvited and unwelcome Third-World migration.

https://buchanan.org/blog/the-wests-fear-that-dare-not-speak-its-name-158786

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5 hours ago, WVK said:


Zemmour is being called “the Donald Trump of France.” And he and Le Pen are now running third and second behind Macron in the polling to become the next president of France, which suggests the power of the issue on which they agree: uninvited and unwelcome Third-World migration.

https://buchanan.org/blog/the-wests-fear-that-dare-not-speak-its-name-158786

The French people have a right to their own country.

These hard line on immigration leaders are getting closer to power because unfortunately the French peoples voice goes unheard. Immigration should only ever occur at a rate the majority of them are happy with, leaders who force mass immigration onto them regardless quite frankly belong in prison.

There is no point in having a democracy if on key points (immigration, EU, gender politics, etc) it doesn`t matter what the people want, they get what they are given and do what they are told. 

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8 hours ago, WVK said:


Zemmour is being called “the Donald Trump of France.” And he and Le Pen are now running third and second behind Macron in the polling to become the next president of France, which suggests the power of the issue on which they agree: uninvited and unwelcome Third-World migration.

https://buchanan.org/blog/the-wests-fear-that-dare-not-speak-its-name-158786

This is the author you're citing:

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In a 1989 column, Buchanan called for the lynching of a 16-year old black teenager and the horsewhipping of four other younger African-American and Hispanic teenagers for having allegedly raped a white jogger in the Central Park jogger case. He also called for the civilization of "barbarians" by putting the "fear of death" in them. Robert C. Smith, professor of political science at San Francisco State University, characterized the column as racist.[85] The five teenagers were convicted but later exonerated, and their convictions overturned, when in 2002 the real perpetrator of the crime confessed and DNA testing affirmed his guilt.[86][87]

Is that really the guy you want to admit going to for your news?

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1 hour ago, Setton said:

This is the author you're citing:

Is that really the guy you want to admit going to for your news?

Not entirely which is why I posted it here for comment. Is the article accurate regarding Europe?

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In April over a 1,000 active military personnel and over 20 retired French generals signed a letter to the French government threatening a coup.  From what I remember the main issue brought up in the letter was about the level of immigration and how the migrants are being handled in France.  

Far right political parties are gaining popularity in France and there is a decent amount of French citizens not happy with how immigration is being handled.  They seem to feel French culture and tradition is being destroyed in favor of migrants who have a radically different beliefs, morals, and value system.  Whether that is real or not isnt really important as a decent percentage of the French population believe it is happening.

Historically France is prone to radical swings, both to the right or left, in response to internal issues so it's not impossible a new reign of terror situation might occur in the near term, especially if the issue driving the internal problem is continued to be ignored/the public being ignored cause the people in charge know what is best.

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Immigration is a fact of life, encouraged by multiple governments for cheap labour (think UK here), and a direct consequence of rights afforded by colonialism. Then there is the simple fact that environmental degradation caused by western lifestyles has made millions of people unable to survive in their native countries so they are forced to migrate or die. All these things are simply facts of  life and a globalised culture and globalised pollution. There are no easy solutions and allowing the disparities of world wealth just makes the trends more forceful.
Domestic politics will respond in oppressive ways to attempt to create a fortress Europe - but it will fail as the demographic and environmental pressures will intensify. Solve world poverty and environmental collapse or learn to live with it. Simple.

 

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On 12/3/2021 at 3:27 PM, Cookie Monster said:

The French people have a right to their own country.

These hard line on immigration leaders are getting closer to power because unfortunately the French peoples voice goes unheard. Immigration should only ever occur at a rate the majority of them are happy with, leaders who force mass immigration onto them regardless quite frankly belong in prison.

There is no point in having a democracy if on key points (immigration, EU, gender politics, etc) it doesn`t matter what the people want, they get what they are given and do what they are told. 

Yes they do have the right to their own country. I agree.

Now, tell the French - and English btw. - to give back everything to the countries they took away. The gold, the diamonds, the oil, the freedom, the lives of the innocent civilians, the artefacts...then maybe the French would not have to deal with immigration?

 

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39 minutes ago, odas said:

Yes they do have the right to their own country. I agree.

Now, tell the French - and English btw. - to give back everything to the countries they took away. The gold, the diamonds, the oil, the freedom, the lives of the innocent civilians, the artefacts...then maybe the French would not have to deal with immigration?

 

You are moaning to the wrong person lol.

I personally think the European age of colonialism did great things for human civilization, and I will include the USA in that too. We built the modern world dragging it out of the middle ages. Nothing to apologise for, it should be celebrated and admired.

While there were some negatives in addition to great positives, it wasn`t the wholly negative thing some people would have us believe.

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On 12/3/2021 at 9:29 AM, WVK said:


Zemmour is being called “the Donald Trump of France.” And he and Le Pen are now running third and second behind Macron in the polling to become the next president of France, which suggests the power of the issue on which they agree: uninvited and unwelcome Third-World migration.

https://buchanan.org/blog/the-wests-fear-that-dare-not-speak-its-name-158786

So Zemmour is against imigration. The son of Algerian immigrants   Is  against   immigration..... and    he    wants   France   to  belong    only    to   the   French?

Where did I here that before?

 

Well, why don't he set an example and.....

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