Eric Zemmour, Part 3: Conflagration

This the third and final part of a talk given by Eric Zemmour on the migrant invasion of France (previously: Part 1, Part 2).

Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

09:18   This is present-day France! And we’re going back, you see,
09:22   back to the two words of François Hollande: “the partition”
09:26   He’s right, François. Yes. You laugh, but he’s right.
09:30   He’s lucid. The problem is that he is powerless. But he is lucid.
09:34   You know that’s what it is: the great modern tragedy.
09:38   It’s not the stupidity of the great modern tragedy. It’s the lack of will,
09:42   the lack of, of… The inability to act.
09:46   And you therefore have
09:55   The attacks, they happen like that, you’re under the impression that it
09:59   falls from the sky. I’ll explain. I listened to a —
10:03   on the radio, I don’t know if you heard that, the commercial for
10:07   “de-radicalization”. You have to die of laughter!
10:11   You have to die of laughter. You’re under the impression
10:15   that [the jihadi] is a kid who believes in
10:19   whatever, all the conspiracy theories, a poor, lost kid,
10:23   and the parents are distraught. They f***ing take us for imbeciles!
10:27   The word “Islam” isn’t mentioned a single time, obviously.
10:31   It’s comical, in fact. They are rather funny. They invent concepts.
10:35   “Radicalization”. Radicalization of what? Where?
10:39   Where is it coming from? We don’t know. It fell from the sky, like that.
10:43   It’s radicalization. So of course you have understood that
10:47   the conflagration is born of the invasion and the colonization.
10:51   Of course all those young people have to do is
10:56   to read the Quran. They know what they have to do.
11:00   The jihad is part of the Quranic instructions.
11:04   And it was NEVER questioned by anybody. Not even
11:08   most tolerant the most rational Muslim philosophers —
11:12   such as Averroes! Even Averroes — who is quoted to us all the time —
11:16   he defends the idea of jihad.
11:20   Even the Sufis, you know that Muslim sect
11:24   That is much more spiritualist, much less
11:28   ritualistic than the others, doesn’t question the jihad.
11:32   The jihad is an instruction from God.
11:36   And like all the Quranic instructions, they are
11:40   divine instructions, which have been given directly by God,
11:44   and they didn’t pass through humans — unlike the Gospels or the Torah —
11:48   and they [therefore] cannot be debated, unlike the Christian
11:53   theology of the Talmud. Incidentally, Tariq Ramadan recognizes it himself: there is no
11:57   “Islamic theology”. And for good reason: since it came directly [from God] and it has to be applied
12:01   in a strict way. Therefore those young people are in no way
12:05   “guilty” — as it’s being suggested — they are absolutely not imbeciles,
12:09   [they aren’t “guilty”] of not knowing their own religion. On the contrary!
12:13   They have a theological-political project called “Islam”.
12:17   Voilà, that’s what it is: the terrorist attacks,
12:21   it’s that: those people who — we are under impression —
12:25   arrive just like that in Nice, or I read that
12:29   he had a fight with his wife; they were in the middle of a divorce so he killed a hundred people.
12:33   Jaw drop. If everybody
12:37   who is getting divorced were to take a truck onto the Promenade des Anglais
12:41   and kill eighty people, wow, that
12:46   would be something, things would go to pot; it would be good for social security,
12:50   but, well, other than that… They are screwing with us.
12:54   They are telling us nonsense. Yes.
12:58   So, you absolutely need to understand that there’s a logic,
13:02   a civilizational, political and economic logic,
13:06   that this situation that we are experiencing and will continue
13:10   to experience didn’t fall from sky. Only voilà, today there are European peoples
13:18   who have become conscious of this great danger.
13:22   You know, usually in history it is the elites who guide their peoples.
13:26   Here, however, we have the elites who switched to doing something else,
13:30   who don’t want to guide their peoples any more, who don’t want to know them any longer,
13:34   who are sort of in a their own world.
13:38   You know, a great American sociologist, Christopher Lasch,
13:42   has predicted that since the ’70s-’80s. He called it “the Revolt of the Elites”,
13:47   which shows that there are very lucid people out there. And who can see what’s coming.
13:51   So voilà: we are experiencing the Revolt of the Elites, and today
13:55   the peoples are revolting against this Revolt of the Elites.
13:59   There’s a terrible confrontation between the peoples
14:03   and their elites, between the peoples and another people, brought in by the elites,
14:07   who became mixed with those elites; you have certainly seen it.
14:11   It’s very interesting today, I recommend that at every election you have a look
14:15   at the social relations of the votes.
14:19   It’s always the same. You always have the same
14:23   social groups: you have invariably on one side
14:27   the CSP+ [managers, and highly trained professionals], the children of immigration, the women
14:31   from large cities, and then you have on the other side
14:35   the popular class in the small towns, in rural America,
14:39   in dilapidated English towns; you see, it’s always the same.
14:44   Always. In reality you have a confrontation between two peoples.
14:48   For now it’s only an electoral [confrontation].
14:52   That’s all I have to say about that.

3 thoughts on “Eric Zemmour, Part 3: Conflagration

  1. Bravo! The revolt of the elite is precisely right. It is constantly manifested in political obtuseness, that phenomenon that occurs when there is in public affairs a choice between

    (1) the beyond-obvious, common sense solution and

    (2) the solution favored by pole-dancing, Somali Zamboni drivers

    and option 1 is invariably and without fail never ever chosen.

    Chilton Williamson says it slightly differently:

    “The same phenomenon of [elite] convergence [on war] can be observed in immigration policy over the same decades as Democrats have abandoned their defense of the American working class against the mass arrival of low-skilled Third World immigrants willing to take jobs “Americans won’t do,” and millions of others they would do had they not been given to immigrants first, and more recently extended their support for accepting a limitless number of legal immigrants to an unlimited number of illegal ones. . . .

    * * * *

    “The Democrats, which until the 1990’s were the anti-establishment party, are today as establishmentarian as, or more so than, the Grand Old Party. Save for the Trump Republicans, America is governed by two competing establishments both of which are united in opposing the ideas, the interests, and the wishes of a very large part of the American people.”

    The Iceberg Cometh.” By Chilton Williamson Jr., Chronicles, 1/10/19 (emphasis added)(subscription).

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