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Eric Zemmour on the Great Replacement: 'The French are Being Expropriated from Their Country'Population replacement isn’t just taking place in France but can be seen throughout the Western world.
Author, polemicist, anti-liberal philosopher, and potential 2022 presidential candidate Eric Zemmour is once again sounding the alarm over the unprecedented demographic shift taking place in France. He is even going so far as to say that French people are being ‘expropriated’ from their country.
In a recent television segment on the French news channel CNews, Zemmour, who has become a nightly fixture on the political talk show for his incisive commentary and fiery rhetoric, examined the features of France’s ‘Great Replacement,’ drawing on a recent study which delved into the rapidly changing socio-demographic composition of French cities.
Among other things, the study, which was published last year by the state-run research institution France Stratégie, looked at the number of children under 18-years-old who have at least one foreign, non-European parent across 55 cities.
The study “shows that areas with Maghrebian and African immigration, where there was a significant migration since the 60s and 70s, have become uniformly or will become uniformly Maghrebian and African, with the large Islamic majority,” Zemmour began, noting that the department of Seine-Sant-Denis – home to 1.6 million people – has 55 percent of children being born to foreign, non-European parents, which in most cases are Muslim.
“And when you dig deeper, you have cities like Aubervilliers, which has 75 percent,” Zemmour continued, adding that “regions with a very high level of immigration over the last forty years have now become uniformly the product of this non-European immigration.”
“If we are at 75 percent, you see, it means this is the very definition of the Great Replacement.”
When asked by the show host whether the replacement is just a demographic upheaval, Zemmour replied:
No, because it’s more than an upheaval. It’s a genuine replacement. Meaning, you have a population which is French, White, Christian, of Greco-Roman culture, borrowing the famous terminology again from General De Gaulle, and after forty years, that is replaced by a population who are Maghrebian, African, and for the most part Muslim.
“That is what you call a replacement. A population is eradicated from the civilization and replaced by another civilization,” he said.
Later in the interview, one of the hosts asked Zemmour why he believed that issues surrounding ‘The Great Replacement’ have resulted in such a stark political divide. He responded, saying:
You know, it’s normal that this topic isn’t approached in a calm way, because it’s about the destiny of the people, the destiny of the nation, the French people are being expropriated from this territory and from their country. That’s significant, so it’s quite normal that no one is calm about this phenomenon.
Watch the following video excerpt of Eric Zemmour on CNews exclusively translated by RAIR Foundation USA,
The term ‘The Great Replacement’ was first coined by French author Renaud Camus in his 2010 book ‘The Great Replacement .’ He argues that people from civilizations alien to Europe are demographically replacing the indigenous French population.
The trend, which raw demographic data supports, isn’t just taking place in France but can be seen throughout most of the western world.
In the United States, which tracks demographic data related to ethnicity, mass immigration combined with falling birth rates and increased death rates in the European-American population have resulted in a drastic shift in the country’s demographic composition. In 1960, those who regarded themselves as European-Americans made up nearly 90 percent of the population. Now, they comprise under 60 percent of the United States’ total population, having fallen by 8.6 percent in the last ten years alone.
Eric Zemmour on the Great Replacement: 'The French are Being Expropriated from Their Country' (Video) - RAIR
Population replacement isn't just taking place in France but can be seen throughout the Western world.