There’s no denying that Europe has drastically changed over the past few years. Between the economic degradation caused by the EU, and the countless terrorist attacks and sexual assaults that have been caused by migrant populations, the people of Europe are increasingly turning to populism and right-wing politics. And in France, the head of the Directorate General of Internal Security, Patrick Calvar, believes that these trends could lead to a civil war.
Following the Paris terror attacks, Calvar spoke to the Parliamentary Select Committee in December of 2015, and told them that “We are on the brink of civil war.”
The transcripts of the conversation, which were released for the first time this week, do not paint a pretty picture for the future of France or Europe. He explained how growing right-wing political movements will inevitably clash with the Muslim population of France. “All of Europe is in danger of rising extremism so we are, domestically, trying to put in place the resources to watch far right groups who are waiting for confrontation.”
He also told them that the next terrorist attack could trigger a conflict between these groups. “If another attack or two occur, it will happen. It is therefore down to us to anticipate and confound all those groups who would, at some point, spark clashes between communities.”
It’s obvious that Calvar is very much in support of the globalist status quo, as he seems to view conservatism and populism as just as much of a threat as Islamic terrorism (even though they haven’t hurt or killed nearly as many people). Nonetheless, he is right about the potential for a civil war in France. Multiculturalism in Europe has not created peace and prosperity as predicted by the Left. It has only fueled resentment and hatred, and has torn down the pillars of Western culture.
The people of France and of Europe, are faced with a growing foreign population that not only refuses to share their values, but hates them as well. They’re aggressively transforming France into a country that the native population no longer recognizes, or feels welcome in. A clash between these populations is inevitable, and the Right is the most likely candidate to lead that fight. That’s because nationalist and populist movements are the only outlet for people who want to protect their country.
And he’s right about what will spark this conflict. Another major terrorist attack could certainly do the trick. If the government was capable of stopping these attacks, as well as the ridiculous number of sexual assaults committed by migrants, then perhaps the French would feel safe sharing their country with Muslims. They may have acquiesced to multiculturalism and globalism. But the government clearly can’t protect their population anymore
Every terror attack that happens in that country will delegitimize the government, because the main job of a government is to protect its people. If they can’t do that, then the people will begin to feel like they have to take matters into their own hands.
So yes, France is just one or two more terror attacks away before the country falls into a civil war. That country, like many Western countries, is sitting on a powder keg that was built by decades of failed multicultural policies. If the populists and nationalist movements of the West fail to save their nations at the ballot box, there will be blood in the streets, and Western civilization will be thoroughly decimated when it’s all said and done.
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