PARIS – Before the lethal shot on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, one of the suspects – a 28-year-old, a regular male from a regular family – who launched the 74-page proclamation on Twitter.
The splashing, angry text gives some insight into the inspiration behind an attack that killed 49 Muslims during Friday prayers and dozens of other people injured. Among other things, the suspect – who Christchurch police declared the proclamation and charged a charge for murder since – he said that a trip to France in 2017 convinced him that there were “non-affiliates” by the country.
“The ultimate pressure was the situation in French cities and towns. For many years I was listening and reading the invasion of France by non-people, many of the rumors and stories I believed to be exaggerated, created to push a political story, ”wrote the suspect  “But when I came to France, not only were the real stories, but they were too low,” he continued. It is a fact that the suspect was entitled to proclaim “The Great Replacement”, a clear reference to the 2012 book title by French fighter Renaud Camus, who has his right-wing
. “Theory” that the European white majority are currently representing North African and sub-Saharan African immigrants, many of whom are Muslims
For many years, the “big replacement” is the French battle far right, even after the migrants into Europe dropped dramatically after their peak in 2015. In the words of Marion Maréchal, formerly Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, the granddaughter of 29 years of age. All-Holocaust colony Jean-Marie Le Pen, the idea
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The concept of “immense immigration” which stimulates a violent cultural pit has spread from the edge of French public discourse into the political mainstream. Likewise, Laurent Wauquiez, leader of the mainstream French conservative party, Les Républicains, gave Camus a “reality” in 2017. He has also spent oceans, and the “big replacement” now appears to be an unrepresentative cadre in an increasing number of attacks. white nationals.
In Charlottesville, Virgina in August 2017, protesters added “The Jews will not take our place!” (In 2018, Camus released another book, this time entitled “You won't Instead of US! ”) Pittsburgh in November 2018, it seems that the reluctance over immigration is the shooter who killed 11 Jews in the most enduring anti-Shemitach attack in American history, and especially HIAS activities, the Society for Shearing Hebrew and Immigrant Assistance, which provides humanitarian assistance to refugees.
Camus attended the phone on Friday morning at his house in south-west France, and 72% said to the Washington Post that he criticized the Christchurch attacks violence and that he criticized similar violent attacks in always. When asked, did he challenge how his idea of “the major replacement” was used, however, he said no.
“As people notice the ethnic substitution taking place in my country?” He asked. “No. On the contrary. ”
He also said that he hoped that the desire for“ anti-rebellion ”against“ colonization in Europe today ”would grow, referring to increases in populations that are not available. “I hope it will be stronger,” he said, arguing that “this demographic colonization” “20 times is more important than Europe's colonization to Africa, for example.”
Muslims in the meantime
“On the one hand, Renaud Camus is represented as an extremist ideology on the right, but he is also inviting French Culture,” said Yasser Louati, Paris. – an established Muslim community organizer. “He has given a platform.”
France Culture is among the highest radio programs in Europe, equivalent to French. Camus discussed the “major rescheduling” of “Répliques,” a program set up by Alain Finkielkraut, a prominent French intellectual.
“I'm upset that we are surprised that this is surprising,” said Louati, “When it is really normalized.”
There have been a number of conflicting attacks on Muslim civilians in France in recent years. In June 2018, for example, the French authorities stopped a right wing cell that appeared to be planning a number of violent attacks. Ten terrorists charged a terrorist conspiracy.
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