Former French intelligence chief Pierre Brochand predicts that civil war could erupt unless Europe and France drastically alter their immigration policy, claiming that “all multicultural societies are doomed.”
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Brochand made the remarks during an appearance with the French publication Le Figaro. He was the head of the French DGSE from 2002 to 2008.
“All ‘multicultural’ societies are doomed to more or less deep rifts,” warned Brochand, adding, “In such a situation, it happens that minorities are violent winners, and majorities placid losers.”
Since it is “increasingly difficult to prevent the French from seeing what they see,” as well as because “a breakthrough personality has suddenly appeared in the formulaic world of politics that has encouraged them to open their eyes,” the negative effect of widespread immigration on France could no longer be brushed aside, according to Brochand.
If Emmanuel Macron secures the presidential race and does not drastically change his attitude toward immigration, the ex-intelligence head forecasts civil conflict.
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“This gradual upheaval of the French population, if not the only challenge we face, is the only one that directly threatens civil peace on our territory,” Brochand said, adding that Muslim migrants or anyone else from out of Europe had evolved a “spirit of post-colonial revenge.”
He also cautioned that the migrant population’s far greater birth rate, as well as the reality that newer generations born to immigrants are “even less integrated with French society than their parents,” endangers the foundation of French society.
Brochand claims that the only answer is “remigration,” which involves rewarding or requiring millions of migrants to transfer to their native countries, as advocated by French candidate for president Eric Zemmour.
Asked if it was too late, Brochand responded, “In any case, it is very late. Let us face it: We are no longer dealing with dispersed individuals, that is to say, so many ‘special cases,’ each in search of a better future, but with diasporas.”
“A diaspora is an entity, formed by immigrants and their descendants — including, crucially, French nationals — who are grouped together and whose numbers reach a critical mass sufficient for social pressure to encourage the perpetuation of the beliefs and ways of life of the countries of origin, with which relations remain tense,” explained Brochand. “This way, more or less closed foreign enclaves are spontaneously formed that turn their backs on the host country and its customs.”
Brochand’s conclusion is gloomy and depressing.
“All my accumulated experiences make me foresee a dark, and even very dark, future for our children and grandchildren. At best, they are heading toward an unsuspected collapse of their quality of life (an implosion); at worst, we are leading them to terrible confrontations (an explosion). Most likely, there will be a combination of the two amid growing confusion.”
According to RemixNews, Brochand made the comments in the middle of yet another round of migrant rioting in France’s major cities.
“Since last week, the cities of Sevran and Aulnay-sous-Bois in the suburbs of Paris have been the scenes of true urban guerrilla warfare, and similar scenes have been seen in Villeurbanne and Vénissieux, in the suburbs of Lyon. Each time, it is incidents between police officers trying to enforce the law and violent multi-recidivist criminals that were the initial cause of riots, shootings, and multiple fires, with ambushes set up against the police squads called in as reinforcements.”
According to a Harris poll conducted last year, the bulk of French citizens are worried that “European, white and Christian populations being threatened with extinction” as a result of “Muslim immigration.”
Despite this, Emmanuel Macron is poised to win re-election to a second term as president later this month.