The Great Replacement

Voting for the leadership of this country may well be influenced by what is happening elsewhere. Jacinda, childless, pro-abortion, is up against Bill, with a family of six, with RC views on abortion. I have a thing about childless leaders of nations and many of these can be found in Europe. It is not news that demographics there are changing. It is news to me to see it being called “The Great Replacement”. In a way, there is an absurd contrast to “The Great War” which continues to observe centenary commemorations. Millions killed in fighting then contrast with millions not present due to birth control and abortion. To fill the vacuum comes others whose only “war” is against the poverty they flee from.

The invasion is changing Europe. In May this year:

Imagine being fined 2000 euros for telling the truth. That?s what happened last week to Robert M?nard; one of Marine Le Pen?s key advisers. M?nard was charged with ?inciting hatred? against Muslims because of two things:

1. During a television interview, M?nard claimed that there were too many Muslim children attending the schools where he lives. He advised: ?In one of the classrooms in my town centre, 91% of children are Muslim. Obviously this is a problem. There are limits to tolerance.?

2. M?nard also shared an image on Twitter which compared a school in 1970, to a school now. On his tweet, M?nard referred to the ?Great Replacement?; a term which was coined by Renaud Camus which suggests that France is being colonised by Muslim immigrants with the help of the government and the media.

The extract above is part of a series that “will look into the cultural replacement of European countries”.

Camus is French. He was interviewed by Vox who drew attention to Charlottesville chanters.

Tiki torch?wielding white supremacists marched through Charlottesville, Virginia, on Friday night, chanting, ?You will not replace us,? […]

For many Americans, this was a shocking thing to hear. But for Europeans, the idea that white Christian identity is being threatened by ethnic diversity and multiculturalism has become a common refrain […]

Indeed,?Geert Wilders, the leader of the Netherlands? […] Freedom Party,?tweeted?on Sunday, ?Our population is being replaced. No more.? And fear of ?replacement? has long been a rallying cry of the European?youth […] ?movement,?Generation Identity.

The interview closed with Camus’ comment.

On the other hand, I totally sympathize with the slogan: ?We will not be replaced.? And I think Americans have every good reason to be worried about their country, one of the two main elements that make up Western civilization, being changed into just another poor, derelict, hyperviolent, and stupefied quarter of the ?global village.?

As others including myself, are catching on, websites are springing up to spread Camus’ message. Others are seen to have similar warnings. Pat Buchanan says in his book ‘Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?’

Germans have been dying out for forty years and this has been covered up by counting Turks, East Europeans, and Arabs as Germans. Now, not even immigrants from the Muslim lands, Eastern Europe, and the Third World can mask the reality.

Astonishing. Not long after World War II, West Germany boasted the world’s second largest economy. Now a united Germany is on schedule to become a retirement center, nursing home, and cemetery for the Germanic peoples, whose origins date back to before the birth of Christ.

Voting this week may determine whether we, as a nation, remain vibrant, or head down a similar path.

This post was written by Intern Staff