French populist and media pundit Eric Zemmour announced his presidential campaign and did so with fiery rhetoric taking aim directly at the ongoing war against Western Civilization.
“I have decided to take our destiny in my hands. I have decided to run in the presidential election,” Zemmour said in a video officially announcing his candidacy.
“It is no longer the time to reform France, but to save it,” he added, bemoaning the fact that native Frenchmen “no longer recognize [their] country.”
Zemmour has risen in popularity due to his bold and brash brand of politics and is now seen as the biggest threat to replace globalist French President Emmanuel Macron in next year’s election.
“We must give back the power to the people, take it back from minorities that oppress the majority,” he said.
Zemmour also said words harkening to the “Great Replacement,” which was for years dismissed as a racist conspiracy theory but is now rapidly coming to fruition throughout Europe.
“We will be worthy of our ancestors. We will not let them dominate us, subdue us, conquer us, colonize us. We will not let them replace us,” he said.
His full announcement, which is rapidly going viral despite suppression by YouTube, can be seen here:
Big League Politics has reported on the growing awareness among the French of the “Great Replacement” that is clearly underway:
“A new poll has shown that more than six in 10 Frenchmen realize that the “great replacement” is underway to destroy their nation through demographics.
The survey demonstrated that 61 percent of French people believe that “European, white and Christian populations [are] threatened with extinction following Muslim immigration, from the Maghreb and black Africa.” Additionally, 67 percent of the French are “worried” about this occurring.
This is bad news for the globalists and good news for populist upstarts in the country. They are using these results to show the demand for new political leadership in France that will stand up to the third-world migrant invasion.
National Rally member of parliament Jean-Lin Lacapelle said: “The ‘Great Replacement’ is a fantasy for a large part of the political class, but a reality and a concern for a large majority of French people. […] Act or disappear!”
An additional member of parliament from the National Rally, Nicolas Bay, wrote on Twitter that “the ‘Great Replacement’ is a reality experienced and suffered by many French people, and a legitimate concern for the majority of them.”‘
Zemmour’s candidacy may pose a major threat to the globalist establishment as the public sours on their project to remake the countries of the world through migration.
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Source: Big League Politics