Former French Air Force pilot Jacques Guillemain recently published his book, entitled “Macron, the Worst Gravedigger of France”. In an interview with daily Magyar Nemzet, he detailed his views on immigration, the threat of Islam, and the policies of President Emmanuel Macron.
He said that contrary to appearances, the book was not a continuation of a letter of protest that former French generals published earlier this year, which warns of civil war in France due to mass immigration and multiculturalism.
“(The book) is not the rebellion of the uniformed service, but a personal cry for help in which I expose the policy of Emmanuel Macron, who leads us into a catastrophe of identity and racial chaos by making France an outlet of all the misery in the world,” Guillemain said. “When one has served his homeland for 25 years and then faces the current depravity, all he can do is rebel against those who are destroying our thousand-year-old nation.”
He said Hungary is lucky to have a leader who realizes the dangers of immigration.
“You in Hungary are in the fortunate position of having a realistic leader who knows exactly where mass immigration can lead, which is completely foreign to our culture and our Judeo-Christian roots,” he said, adding that the letter of the French generals came in fact after the publication of his book.
“I wrote the book in April, which turned out to be prescient, as a few days later generals warned the government in an open letter about an immigration disaster that would push us into a chasm if nothing changed. This stunning article of opinion was signed by sixty generals and thousands of soldiers, including retirees, and caused a serious echo, deeply depressing the representatives of power,” Guillemain said. “Indeed, the armed forces are uneasy, and this is being said aloud by retirees as well as many active officers who have expressed their agreement with the omission of their names.”
He said the mass immigration of Muslims is destroying French national identity, a sentiment that a majority of French appear to agree with, according to polling.
“The main concern, which also threatens France’s survival, is the uninterrupted immigration from outside Europe for decades, which results in a gaping chasm in our identity, and an Islamization that is slowly leading to the division of the country,” he said in the interview.
“Entire neighborhoods have become ‘mini-caliphates’, as some police officers call them. This insane immigration spree is destroying us and dragging the country down. Many Muslims do not want to integrate and want to force their way of life on us.”
A poster reading “I am Samuel” and flowers lay outside the school where slain history teacher Samuel Paty was working, Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020 in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, northwest of Paris. French President Emmanuel Macron denounced what he called an “Islamist terrorist attack” against a history teacher decapitated in a Paris suburb Friday, urging the nation to stand united against extremism. The teacher had discussed caricatures of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad with his class, authorities said. The suspected attacker was shot to death by police after Friday’s beheading. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)