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Republic in Danger: France Discusses Military Letter on Civil War Risk

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The first letter from the French military criticizing the current socio-political situation in the country appeared at the end of April. The generals and retired officers who signed it claim that France is in great danger due to Islamization and gangs of migrants in dormitory areas.


On May 9, 2021, a second letter appeared, this time anonymous. It was published Sunday night on the website of the right-wing conservative magazine Valeurs Actuelles. On May 10, almost 150 thousand people managed to sign it, although the letter itself was anonymous - its authors claim to be active servicemen of the French army in different ranks.

"War awaits France": what the French officers wrote about


The French military argue that the country is on the verge of a civil war and the reason for this is the migration situation. In France, whole enclaves appeared, inhabited by immigrants from Africa and the Middle East, for whom French culture and история - only objects of hatred and ridicule. At the same time, migrants who are not going to integrate into French society do not want to leave it either - they feel comfortable here, but they despise and hate the French, like other Europeans.

How not to recall the already rather long tragic story of the voluntary departure from life of the writer and historian Dominic Wenner. Exactly 8 years ago, on May 21, 2013, 78-year-old Dominic Wenner shot himself in Notre Dame Cathedral. But the death of Wenner, a philosopher, historian, and writer, did not provoke a particularly violent reaction at that time: after all, an elderly man, a representative of the bohemian world, a convinced "new right", what else could be expected of him? Eight years later, France received a letter from the military. And here the authorities were already much more frightened than after Wenner's lone shot.

Disciplinary punishment cannot be worse than the "death of the Republic"


The Ministry of Defense started talking about disciplinary punishment for the retirees who signed the letter. Although, can there be any more severe punishment for a person who has served France all his life than watching the destruction of his country, the very “self-destruction of Europe” that Wenner spoke about?

French Prime Minister Jean Casteks called the letter of the military an attempt on the foundations of the French Republic. Note that it is not drug dealers and street robbers, not terrorists and extremists who have settled in the suburbs of French cities, who encroach on the foundations of the republic, but only the military, worried about the future of their own country! The chief of staff of the French Armed Forces, General François Lecuentre, stressed that if one of the signatories is in active military service, he can be removed from office and even fired.

They threaten punishment even for those military men who have long resigned. So, in the military department they are talking about the possible deprivation of the ranks of generals who signed the first letter. It turns out that a person who has given 30-40 years of service in the armed forces, who has demonstrated his success in his chosen field (otherwise how would he have risen to the rank of general), may be stripped of his rank not for high treason, not for committing a cruel crime, but for stating his own positions on the fate of the French state.


However, the current government can be understood: the letter from the military met with warm support from Marine Le Pen, the main rival of President Emmanuel Macron. Although Macron himself cannot ignore the "amendment" of French society. Whatever his own views on the migration situation, he must satisfy the aspirations of the electorate. And the ethnic crime of migrant enclaves or terrorism threaten all Frenchmen and Europeans in general, without exception, regardless of whether they adhere to right or left convictions, whether they are going to vote for Le Pen or Macron.

Not so long ago, France passed a law on secular principles, prohibiting the wearing of religious clothes by civil servants, transport workers, proposing not to allow persons convicted of polygamy to enter France, and so on. Turkish President Recep Erdogan called Macron's bill "mentally ill" for this bill, ignoring the fact that most migrants from Asian and African countries could easily not come to France and live in their native societies according to their religious and national traditions.

The letter from the military could force the French authorities to continue the "shift to the right." Although several retired officers may be indicatively punished, the authorities will draw certain conclusions from this letter. After all, the migration situation in the country has really become a real problem. The level of ethnic crime is on the rise, and young people from the enclaves do not associate themselves with the French state. And the reasons for this are not only in the ideological influence of radicals, but also in the presence of fertile social and economic soil.

"Two Societies": how and why France split


As evidenced by numerous scientific studies by French and foreign sociologists, one of the reasons for the radicalization of young people of Arab and African descent is their social deprivation. There is no job, no decent living conditions, there is hopelessness ahead: these people did not become “their own” in France, although many were already born in this country and can safely consider it their homeland.


The "historical homeland" - Somalia, Afghanistan or Morocco - these guys could never have visited. They have claims not to Mogadishu or Kabul, but to Paris. This circumstance complicates the situation at times: it is one thing to pass tough laws against illegal immigration and even not to let migrants in at all, and quite another to restrict French citizens born in France in their rights.

In fact, now in France, a socio-cultural environment separate from the French society proper has formed, consisting of millions of migrants and their descendants. Islamism is becoming the religious and political ideology of this environment, since only it can rally the heterogeneous diasporas living in the sleeping areas and suburbs of French cities.

One can understand the desire of Muslims to preserve their culture and identity. But the French state cannot meet them halfway and leave aside secular principles. As a result, the current government finds itself between two fires: on the one hand, the right wing, whose popularity among the French population is growing, and on the other hand, the increasingly numerous Muslim communities. At the same time, it is worth recalling the words of Jacques Chirac that France can no longer provide foreign migrants with a sufficient amount of work. Newcomers join the ranks of the urban lumpenized strata, do not work, make odd jobs, live on benefits, or are completely involved in crime.

The population explosion in the Sahel, meanwhile, leaves no doubt that immigration to France will continue. And it’s not the Algerians of the mid-twentieth century who grew up in the French colony and seek to find work in French enterprises, but African youth who are not going to integrate into French society and, in general, have a poor idea of ​​their own future, will go there. By the way, the highest birth rate in the world is in the former colonies of France in the Sahel: Niger, Mali, Chad, Burkina Faso. Young people from these countries have strived and will strive to get to France.

That is, it will not be possible to stop the processes that threaten French society and its ethnic and religious identity without changing the migration policy and without its radical tightening. So, Paris would not have to punish its generals and colonels, but listen to their opinion.
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  1. Alien From
    Alien From 13 May 2021 15: 06
    +10
    For me, the dog is with them!
    1. credo
      credo 13 May 2021 16: 02
      +1
      Quote: Alien From
      For me, the dog is with them!

      The groan of retired French generals is painfully reminiscent of the exclamations of some of Russia's neighbors - "And what about us?

      The recent involvement of the French military in Afghanistan, Mali, Syria and Libya has not taught them anything. They thought that ironing the aborigines of other countries was a privilege and an honorable right of the "civilized world", and when those same aborigines, whose houses and countries were subjected to "democratic" bombing, came to France for permanent residence, the retired generals suddenly freaked out and realized that to iron the aborigines in France, because in their home countries it will not work and living next to them is simply unbearable.

      Wipe the generals snot and get used to the new reality.
      1. ver_
        ver_ 15 May 2021 15: 39
        0
        ..but it is fair .. For as the Bible says - strike your neighbor and look at the distant one, for the distant one will draw near and strike you ..
  2. paul3390
    paul3390 13 May 2021 15: 11
    +9
    Interestingly, will our military have enough Faberge to protest against Putin's policy of importing millions of guest workers from Muslim countries? After all, the situation in Russia - if it is better, then not very much. At least - we clearly repeat all the fatal mistakes of the Eurogeans on this issue.
    1. carstorm 11
      carstorm 11 13 May 2021 15: 34
      +1
      Where is it? Before the arrival of millions of Gaster, we had tens of millions of our Muslims. For some reason, I've never met in my life any different ghettos, or areas in which the police do not enter. The migrant woman kicks them out in the thousands. You seem to be confusing resettlement and temporary arrival at work.
      1. paul3390
        paul3390 13 May 2021 15: 39
        +4
        Their own Muslims did not move to Russian cities in batches. You have not met - and St. Petersburg is already full of streets and districts, getting into which you do not really understand which country you are in. And I assure you - the police are not very much to see there. However - as in other places, except of course rallies like the opposition.

        And if they are kicked out by the thousands - why are there more and more of them on the streets ?? When the official data contradicts the eyes, it is somehow difficult to trust the authorities.
        1. carstorm 11
          carstorm 11 13 May 2021 15: 48
          -4
          Yes, with a fig? Internal migration is what you see. Gaster on the streets do not rush in crowds))) As for the police, I somehow see her all the time. I'm not often in St. Petersburg, but it always seemed to me purely visually that you meet her even more often than in Moscow ...
        2. Tavrik
          Tavrik 16 May 2021 22: 57
          -2
          You have not met - and St. Petersburg is already full of streets and districts, getting into which you do not really understand which country you are in.

          Yah? Give the address!
      2. Lannan Shi
        Lannan Shi 13 May 2021 18: 37
        +5
        Quote: carstorm 11
        Before the arrival of millions of Gaster, we have our Muslims

        Here was our employee. From Kazan. Dinar. Tatar. I learned that he was Dinar, and not Dima at all, and that he was a Muslim in her second year of work. We talked 6 days a week. Yeah. And I would say that he is mentally slightly different from the Tajik Vasya, who recently received Russian citizenship (I never managed to remember his real name), who sometimes smiles at his neighbors, whose "Russian" language I will not master in five years. yes And if the neighborhood with the first is quite comfortable for me, then with the second .... And why Russia cannot live without this Vasya, and thousands of others like him, is a mystery to me.
        1. carstorm 11
          carstorm 11 13 May 2021 19: 09
          +1
          I do not like to write personal impressions on this subject, but sometimes it seems necessary. We have 4 entrances of 25 floors in our house. Around the house, including playgrounds and sports, plus parking, a family from Uzbekistan cleans up. They arrived for permanent residence long ago. Everything is according to the law. Always sober. Always, even from the stairs, ice will be knocked down if there is. They always say hello. The family is the children help the mother. And there were ours before them, it's just a song. Once a week if you see a holiday already. My wife, with her appearance, is very similar to a girl from Central Asia. Dark-skinned, brunette. Although a khokhlushka, they apparently mixed blood. For all that, she desperately hates gaster at all. Rather, even in general, everyone who is not Russian) with a language without bones and easily rude to such people for any reason) and so even SHE smiles and greets this family))) Everything is apparently known in comparison)
        2. ghby
          ghby 14 May 2021 08: 16
          +2
          Quote: Lannan Shi
          Here was our employee. From Kazan. Dinar. Tatar. I learned that he was Dinar, and not Dima at all, and that he was a Muslim in her second year of work. We talked 6 days a week. Yeah.

          Gyyy my friend is a Tatar, after 15 years I learned that I am not a Tatar, as he thought))) My surname is just such a Tatar. In general, in our glorious city, everything can be found and a Muslim is lighting candles in the chapel to his Orthodox friends who are no longer there. And the wreaths and flowers in the Muslim cemetery from the Orthodox to a Muslim friend (though not for long, then when the people accompanying them leave the cemetery they are removed because they are not supposed to).
    2. Horon
      Horon 13 May 2021 16: 07
      -9
      And where did your communist internationalism and multiculturalism go? Was it not under the Union, the merits of which the neo-communists are so fond of remembering, that everyone was taught that all people are brothers, and then suddenly the followers of the Soviet system are not happy with the help of our Asian brothers in improving our work, life and demography? wassat
      1. paul3390
        paul3390 13 May 2021 16: 33
        +9
        Under the Soviet Union, half-venerable, there was a rigid system of registration. Under which, at will, no one could move anywhere. Have you seen a lot of non-Slavic faces in our cities during those years? That's the same. Do not confuse internationalism and tolerance. Otherwise, you look like a lot of Western tolerasts.
        1. Horon
          Horon 13 May 2021 17: 03
          -6
          You, excuse me, did not live in the republics, and apparently thanks to people like you, then Russians were expelled from them. So far, you have demonstrated with your comments that you are more of a neo-Nazi in spirit and outlook than a communist. I have always considered myself a nationally oriented Russian (read a nationalist, although not entirely true), but I don’t allow myself such xenophobia, it’s especially disgusting to hear and see it from people who are fans of the Union, communist views and internationalist approaches. Hypocrisy is off the charts! You guys have not confused the ideology? Or about international analysis, you are only ready to blow in the ears of others, and behind the eyes immediately call an Asian a blank for a wooden product? Putting all your arrogance and contempt for other nations into this word?
          There are good old laws of hospitality that determine everyday relations between different nations, but they have not been remembered for a long time, trying to impose self-made artificial ones that infringe on either the guest or the host.
        2. Esoteric
          Esoteric 16 May 2021 10: 59
          -1
          Is this state of affairs normal? Registration is meant. The communists seem to have always shouted that we have the freest country. And in this free country, you did not even have the freedom of movement and choice of residence. Born in a village, and live in a village, the collective farm is at your service.
          In fact, the entire population was attached to the earth. And in order to somehow get out of this situation, they were recruited to various great construction projects, becoming the "limit" in the same Moscow. A citizen of the freest country could not voluntarily live where he wanted. Freedom is good.
    3. Nemchinov Vl
      Nemchinov Vl 13 May 2021 16: 40
      +2
      Quote: paul3390
      After all, the situation in Russia - if it is better, then not very much.
      in Russia, blacks they will not go too much (!) in such quantities, already due to the fact that the Russian Federation, even at the legislative level, does not pay, and will not pay BENEFITS (FOR YEARS !!), and issue citizenship, "to the same masses of professional unemployed"... For this reason, you please and guest workers (i.e RIDING work (!)But without electoral rights /Civil/) do not interfere there and do not confuse (!).
      1. paul3390
        paul3390 13 May 2021 16: 50
        +6
        Yes, you finally look at how everything happened in Europe! There, in the 60s, the imported Turks and Arabs also worked quite successfully, and did not sit on benefits. The problems began when their children grew up .. They categorically did not want to work, or become French or Germans .. And our Gaster, by hook or by crook, are trying to obtain Russian citizenship. And the authorities willingly go to meet them. What - let's say a little of the Caucasian diasporas? Azerbaijanis, Armenians, Georgians. There are already more of them here than at home. It’s easier with the Central Asians in this regard, but this is exactly what for now .. And very close so far ..
      2. ZeeD
        ZeeD 13 May 2021 18: 49
        +5
        And here you are a little mistaken. Now many people come here to "work" without knowing the language and not being able to do anything. As a result, they cannot find any work, they are marginalized and go into crime. And there are many of them.
        And also, a significant part of those who came, take on everything, really not knowing how to do anything, but dumping with a salary. As a result, much is done extremely poorly and carelessly.
        As a result: increased crime, withdrawal of salary from the country (transfer "to the homeland"), substandard work.
        Those who come to work must be very strongly filtered and screened out, and not rowed all in a row. And as tourists - let everyone go, what are the questions?
  3. Mouse
    Mouse 13 May 2021 15: 15
    +3
    "almost 150 thousand people managed to sign it, although the letter itself was anonymous" ...
    I can't catch up ... did they put crosses? recourse
  4. KLV
    KLV 13 May 2021 15: 17
    -6
    The author is very careful in his statements. What is the phrase: "... the rightists, whose popularity among the French population is growing ..."? What is the French population? Whole, including indigenous, white, and Arabic, immigrants from Africa?
  5. Daniil Konovalenko
    Daniil Konovalenko 13 May 2021 15: 27
    +10
    Here a stick with one end, in any case, will not end well. I wanted cheap labor? But it turned out that cheap labor does not really want to work, since the state can pay them benefits. And on the benefits of this labor, ordinary people earn money. French. One day someone's patience will finally burst.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 13 May 2021 15: 46
      +4
      Quote: Daniil Konovalenko
      Did you want cheap labor? But it turned out that cheap labor does not really want to work, since the state can pay them benefits.

      Under such a "noble pretext" - repentance before the former colonies, they invited the "unfortunate" to their place, began to pay benefits. child benefits are high. You can give birth to three children and live on their benefits with great pleasure. So other "unfortunates" were drawn there, and began to download their rights. They did not give a rebuff right away - now sip a full spoon. I am surprised that in Germany it has become still quiet with migrants. And then Merkel will still remember them.
      1. Daniil Konovalenko
        Daniil Konovalenko 13 May 2021 15: 51
        +3
        At one time, the FRG invited the Turks in the last century and only them, there were clashes and so on, but somehow the Turks were entered. I will not say that there is grace and everything is fine, but supposedly there are about 3 million German Turks in the FRG. But the Turks are more than "secular", not children of the jungle and deserts. And not such fanatics.
        1. Aleksandr97
          Aleksandr97 13 May 2021 16: 05
          +5
          Just a small note. When before the elections in TURKEY !! Erdogan came to Germany on a visit to the Turkish diaspora - there was no limit to the indignation of the offended German authorities ... probably after the "crack" on the Germans' nose, who is here - who, it is customary to keep silent about some intolerant topics until the next "moment of truth".
        2. Pandiurin
          Pandiurin 13 May 2021 17: 25
          +3
          Quote: Daniil Konovalenko
          At one time, the FRG invited the Turks in the last century and only them, there were clashes and so on, but somehow the Turks were entered. I will not say that there is grace and everything is fine, but supposedly there are about 3 million German Turks in the FRG. But the Turks are more than "secular", not children of the jungle and deserts. And not such fanatics.


          Then Turkey was another idea of ​​Ataturk oriented towards a secular state and enlightenment. Probably, among those who came from Turkey to Germany at that time, there were many who were not the darkest and, let's say, focused on socialization in the society of their dreams.

          Now Turkey is not the same, and even the main Turk with ambitions like the Fuhrer, an Islamist, and let's say higher education is also not about him.

          New emigrants who have recently traveled to France are different from Syria and other hot spots with a large number of people with combat experience, and often Islamists and other kinds from Africa with a specific mentality, for example, that a man should not work and do housework, well, respectively if children go to school it is not for that to study.
  6. knn54
    knn54 13 May 2021 15: 35
    +7
    Gaddafi warned Libya the last barrier on the way of migrants to Europe.
    1. Anachoret
      Anachoret 14 May 2021 10: 45
      -2
      Gaddafi is to blame for everything, not De Gaulle) here his portrait needs to be publicly flogged, not retired generals. ))
      Although everything is clear with the macron, his populist statements with "an easy approach to the right flank" look like ordinary populism from the hopelessness of a fall in his own rating. Which initially was only based on the wallets of the financial and industrial lobby, which pushed it through. He never had real support among the people. Therefore, the yellow vests of this Kinder surprise are ironed for his decisions.
  7. Aleksandr97
    Aleksandr97 13 May 2021 15: 44
    +4
    Well, what is easier, cancel cash benefits for All come in large numbers, maximum free food. With connections with criminals, the deportation of the whole family. In 5 years, the trustworthy and socialized will remain. In the muddy water of "yellow vests" and zones "free" from French laws on the territory of France, most likely there are people interested not only from Africa, but also in the power structures of France itself!
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 13 May 2021 15: 56
      +2
      Quote: Aleksandr97
      In the muddy water of "yellow vests" and zones "free" from French laws on the territory of France, most likely there are people interested not only from Africa, but also in the power structures of France itself!

      It may well be. But now I will deviate from France and the officers' letters, and I will draw your attention to the FILM! which was shot by "OUR HEROINE SAVCHENKO" Well, even if she is passionate, but did someone give money for the film?
      Savchenko has released a film about the corruption of US President Biden in Ukraine ... a film-investigation of the heroine of Ukraine, a former prisoner of the Kremlin and ex-deputy Nadezhda Savchenko called "Ukrainen Lives Matter". The parallel with Black Lives Matter, a movement in the United States that opposes racism and violence against blacks, is very well played out, since it is about colonialism in its purest form.

      read here https://versii.com/news/savchenko-vypustila-film-o-korrupcii-prezidenta-ssha-bajdena-v-ukraine/
  8. Vladimir61
    Vladimir61 13 May 2021 15: 56
    +4
    The more crap there is in Europe, the less time it will take to poke your nose into Russia.
    1. Mouse
      Mouse 13 May 2021 16: 22
      +6
      Do not flatter yourself ...
      Rather, they will stick their nose in Russia, and their shit ... it does not sink, it can wait ... yes
  9. DV tam 25
    DV tam 25 13 May 2021 16: 40
    0
    The fatherland is in danger, the fatherland is in danger (French means)! The Dartanians cackled). Well, nothing, Negroes and Arabs will put them on their knees and console them, one by one. And then the kebab at the Eiffel Tower is fried or whatever they do with it). We don't care, let them die!
    1. Mouse
      Mouse 13 May 2021 18: 31
      +3
      The only thing left for the musketeers is to sprinkle with chalk itself ... wink
  10. cniza
    cniza 13 May 2021 16: 41
    +7
    So, Paris would not have to punish its generals and colonels, but listen to their opinion.


    The process went very far, no matter how late it was ...
  11. Eldorado
    Eldorado 13 May 2021 16: 55
    -2
    Down with the republic!
  12. acetophenon
    acetophenon 13 May 2021 17: 23
    -3
    Quote: paul3390
    Their own Muslims did not move to Russian cities in batches. You have not met - and St. Petersburg is already full of streets and districts, getting into which you do not really understand which country you are in. ... When the official data contradict the eyes, it is somehow difficult to believe the authorities ..

    Name, sister! Say the name!
    And if specifically - which ones? District? Street? I am people dressed and looking like newcomers - I see them. But areas of compact residence - no.
    1. AUL
      AUL 14 May 2021 18: 47
      +1
      Go to any market in the suburbs - you are unlikely to see many Russian faces behind the counter! And you are wrong about the areas of compact residence. As soon as one family settles in a house, in 3-5 years there will be a dozen or a half of them. And multiply, as in the piecework!
  13. samarin1969
    samarin1969 13 May 2021 17: 25
    +4
    The Russian Federation also has enough problems: slavery, drug trafficking, "new Americans". And all these phenomena have ethnic traditions.
    Unfortunately, people of honor like Ivashov or Kvachkov are almost invisible in the military environment.
    And the French themselves have long chosen their own destiny. There was no need to exchange de Gaulle for the squalor of the "rebels" of the 60s.
  14. bk0010
    bk0010 13 May 2021 18: 00
    +4
    They will stop feeding the parasites and the problems will disappear (one way or another).
  15. Knell wardenheart
    Knell wardenheart 13 May 2021 20: 12
    +1
    Obviously, they did not read Omar Hayam in France - "It's better to starve than to eat anything, and it's better to be alone than with just anyone" - this tolerant "omnivorousness" goes hand in hand with the distribution of rights, "friendship" to whom, is it not stupidity in a cube? But the Franks know very well that barbarization was one of the reasons for the downfall of the Roman Empire - have they really forgotten history?
    The mind refuses to believe in any conspiracy theories, but there are clearly two options - either utter, wildest crap, or ...
  16. Andrei Nikolaevich
    Andrei Nikolaevich 17 May 2021 13: 31
    +1
    150.000 people signed and the letter remained "anonymous". Interesting ... The French will play out with their "equality and brotherhood." Yes, and Arabs with blacks just like that out of the country, you can't throw them away. Let's take a look. Quite interesting prospects are looming.
  17. nnz226
    nnz226 18 May 2021 20: 33
    0
    And where are the cools going to the black masses of the immigrants, if the point of view of the retires defeats? Are they renting Auschwitz from Poland?
    1. andrew42
      andrew42 19 May 2021 12: 52
      0
      Auschwitz? Why such cruelty? Although the Europeans can, their elites have it in their blood - from "democracy" to "Reich" one step is easy. I believe that if the collective instinct of self-preservation still works, then they will follow the path of reservations. K / f "District No. 9" will be like a manual. Only the main character will not be Vicus Van den Merwe, but Colonel Kubus Venter. They will create closed internal enclaves for non-citizens, isolated from external borders, and will sweat with them. The second option is to leave everything as it is, until tolerant "dummies" like Sarkozy / Hollande / Macron bring the matter to an interracial war and a belated ultra-right military coup. That's when exactly concentration camps. The third option is not observed. The main thing is that Russia does not face such a problem as France. But Putin's bourgeois do not differ much from Macron's sponsors; they treat their indigenous population no better than their French "colleagues" treat the descendants of Porthos. "International" (in quotation marks) business elites have saddled all the nation states of Europe, including Russia (to a lesser extent). We envy China, smile and wave.
  18. CYM
    CYM 19 May 2021 16: 26
    0
    Viktor Temnov sang about this back in the 60s. winked
    "In my presence, one impudent Frenchman de Gaulle swore abusively -
    He shouts, a corporal to the barracks!
    He opened our doors to everyone, let the Arabs and blacks in,
    With him, screams, Paris has lost its charm! "