Only Zemmour promises to stop demographic replacement in France

The Great Replacement should be the main topic in French electoral debates, argue two French journalists

editor: REMIX NEWS
author: Pierre Cassin-Jacques Guillemain
French presidwential candidate Éric Zemmour. (Magyar Nemzet/MIklós Teknős)

In the forthcoming French presidential election, votes should go to a candidate who will use his power to stem the overwhelming wave of immigration, conservative publicists Pierre Cassin and Jacques Guillemain write in Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet.

The great demographic change in the West, also known as the Great Replacement, is no longer just a visible reality, because its existence is proven by undeniable data. The Great Replacement should therefore be the main theme of the election campaign, but it does not seem to be, with the exception of a single presidential candidate, Éric Zemmour.

The consequence of the impending demographic transformation is that France, which has long led the world in the scientific and cultural spheres, is gradually giving way to a population from elsewhere that is creating the conditions for us to flee our own homeland.

An apocalyptic future awaits us in the second half of the century. France is in danger of being loss and is already threatened with a terrible degree of economic decay. While one of the three richest countries in the world in the late 1970s, it is now preparing to ruin itself as many cheer the development on. The French elite, however, are performing their victory dances on top of a volcano, in disregard of the imminent danger.

However, after 40 years of talking about the benefits of mass immigration, the more educated, insightful people are finally beginning to realize what a demographic catastrophe is looming on the horizon. It is also evident that the parties and their politicians have lost the ability to take control of the situation.

Without data, it is impossible to understand what a huge demographic transformation is taking place. According to the latest figures from the French statistical office in March 2021, there is an average of 1.84 children per woman, and with this reproduction rate, future generations will not be replaced. However, this is only an average rate of all the peoples in France. Of the 65 million people in the country, along with their descendants, there are about 10 million immigrants from outside Europe, which represents 15 percent of the population.

It is clear that demographic growth is mainly due to immigration, but this fact is treated as an untouchable taboo. The authorities have been hiding the true number of people born to immigrant families for more than 20 years. We do know, however, that the proportion of Muslim first names for newborns is over 25 percent. As the indigenous population shrinks by roughly 20 percent every three generations and the immigrant population grows by 60 percent — and the proportion of the latter is boosted by renewed waves of immigration — a major demographic replacement of ethnic French is expected around 2050. This is exacerbated by another phenomenon: the majority of French university students who head abroad do not return.

In addition, according to the official method used for demographic calculations, third-generation immigrants are already considered deep-rooted French, meaning that only the first and second generations are considered “immigrants.” This is just one method used to disguise the demographic transformation. In 2019, Macron issued 277,000 long-stay visas, 50 percent more than the total since its inception. The current 137,000 asylum seekers are already 61 percent more than those arrived in 2016, complemented by a further 40,000 refugees resettled by neighboring countries under the Dublin Convention and 50,000 “unaccompanied minors,” most of whom are actually adults. They further complicate the situation, as an unaccompanied minor costs €50,000 a year.

Let us not forget that the number of Muslims is close to 8 to 10 million, compared with 500,000 in 1960. The Marrakesh Pact, signed by the French, will further increase the wave of migration. In addition, France naturalizes 120,000 foreigners and 30,000 unauthorized immigrants each year.

Keep in mind that the population in Africa has quadrupled since 1960 and will reach 2.5 billion by 2050. The immigration potential is nearly limitless

Given that France is not deporting very few and the number of native-born births is falling sharply, it is easy to count on the fact that population change is an existing reality that the authorities are trying in vain to sugar coat by all means. The reality is that Immigration is three to four times the number of net births. Éric Zemmour warns that only 13 percent of immigrants are war refugees and that 70 percent of them are men.

Deniers of demographic replacement are attempting to manipulate reality. Éric Zemmour is the only French presidential candidate to campaign to stop the process. He is the only one who has assured us of his concrete actions and encourages us that not everything is lost yet. The title of his hit book, which was published months ago and has sold 300,00 copies, is “France has not yet said the last word.” As the champion of French identity during his highly successful campaign, Zemmour has voiced that our millennial nation is not yet at its dusk.

What we need to do is clear: we need to close borders, end social benefits for foreigners, abolish citizenship at birth, and encourage childbearing. These measures can put an end to destructive immigration. For Emmanuel Macron, immigration is an inevitable fate that is not worth fighting for. He never intended to defend our country.

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