Philippe de Villiers is a French author, historian, and former MEP. He is a public intellectual, but a very unusual one by French standards: he is also a conservative Catholic.
Mr. de Villiers has been featured here a number of times in the past, most recently last November.
Back in 2016, in one of our subtitled videos, he said, “We are faced with a demographic conquest.” In the following video from a French talk show he says the same thing, but takes it a step further.
|00:00||He does not seem to understand what I am going to tell you this morning,|
|00:04||which will shake the walls of the studio. We are facing a problem|
|00:08||not only of invasion, but of colonization. —Colonization? By whom?|
|00:13||Yes, colonization by a population with a demographic differential|
|00:17||that has been very unfavorable to us for years.|
|00:20||Ah, you’re trying to resurrect the great replacement theory, Philippe de Villiers?|
|00:23||The great replacement theory is right before your eyes. People just have to look at|
|00:26||who’s living on the street and they’ll understand what I’m saying. —By rule of thumb,|
|00:29||we have a terrorist. —The rule of thumb is used by the best justices of the peace.|
|00:33||Then there’s colonization by way of conquest with 200-300 territories that are no longer French.