These two pictures of the French national teams from today and the early sixties trace in stark detail the staggering scale of French population displacement over the last fifty years. And it’s not just the visuals which underlie this development.
As I wrote in an earlier post we should not be surprised at developments in France because it’s now clear that the country and its people are effectively lost. A recent study into sickle cell disease (SCD) has revealed (despite attempts to mask the real significance) that for one third of ‘French’ babies at least one parent is from Africa or the near-East. CDC had been confined to those areas but ‘due to Third World immigration it has become the most common genetic disorder in today’s France’.

The country is well on the way to becoming a hybrid of Algeria and Senegal and is probably in irreversible decline. I often wonder what French crowds are thinking as they lustily sing La Marseillaise before sporting events while “their” team made up of Africans, Arabs and every other sort of mystery meat stand silently waiting for the match to start?

We might have a better idea after the forthcoming Presidential Election run-off. They can choose between a sick, worthless, globalist Rothschild lackey or a woman who claims to prioritise the interests of the French people by withdrawing from the Devil’s Compact (EU/Euro) and sharply cutting down on mass immigration. If – as seems almost certain despite Obama’s kiss-of-death endorsement – they choose Macron then they’re choosing the path to ethnic oblivion. And we’re talking about the simple act of voting here, not taking out the guns and pitchforks. If they can’t bring themselves to do that then do they deserve to survive as a people?

A final thought – would Le Pen do a Trump if elected, jettisoning her campaign promises without the blink of an eye? She might not have a son-in-law called Kushner but she does have a long term ‘partner’ who’s an Algerian of Jewish descent. And she did dump her father from the party because of his ‘anti-Semitism’ and opposition to Israeli land-grabbing. In addition she’d face a deeply divided Parliament.
So maybe it doesn’t matter as much as we think after all……