The following video is another excerpt from Eric Zemmour’s conversation with the French writer Jacques Attali about the “Great Replacement” of the French people. An earlier excerpt was posted here.
|00:00||François Mitterrand’s very first directive was the abolition of all the laws and decisions|
|00:07||that were supposed to reduce and contain the phenomenal migratory wave|
|00:12||that we have experienced for the last 40 years. Allow me to remind you|
|00:15||that [President] Giscard and Barre signed an agreement with the Algerian government (1978)|
|00:18||to send back hundreds of thousands of Algerians,|
|00:21||and the Algerian government agreed to receive them.|
|00:24||François Mitterrand abolished this measure as soon as he arrived.|
|00:27||He also abolished the Bonnet law [restricting immigration].|
|00:30||He also legalized 130,000 illegal migrants.|
|00:33||He also repealed parts of Peyrefitte’s Security and Freedom Law, which was a restrictive law,|
|00:39||and flung open the gates to judicial leniency.