French Conservative Activist Marion Maréchal Defends Christianity, Slams Surging Islamic Immigration

Right-wing activist and French patriot Marion Maréchal.

“France is in the process of passing from the eldest daughter of the Catholic Church, to becoming the little niece of Islam.” – Marion Maréchal

Liberal elites on both sides of the Atlantic often refer to anyone who happens to be a patriot of their particular nations as racists and hate-filled people.

Case in point would be French ex-Member of Parliament  and current political activist Marion Maréchal.

To further infuriate her leftist detractors, Maréchal unashamedly wears her Catholicism as a badge of honor. But not the usual Pope Francis, left-wing “Liberation Theology” claptrap that’s so pervasive in way too many Catholic parishes, Maréchal attends the Traditional Latin Mass exclusively as cited by the Catholic news portal The Remnant.

Offering up her pain and suffering to Christ, Maréchal participates in the 50 mile pilgrimage to Chartres, France.

To even further leftist hatred of Maréchal, not only is she young (29-years-old), physically attractive, and well known to the French people, Maréchal also recently addressed a major right-wing conference held in Paris.

Also add that unlike Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Maréchal already meets all the legal qualification to run for the Presidency of France.

But back to the topic at hand, while speaking at the “Convention of the Right”, Maréchal was sure to raise liberal hackles.

Speaking at length of the specter of “The Great Replacement” rearing its ugly head on the European continent, Breitbart.com reports that the French-language news service Europe1 notes;

“The first major challenge, the most vital, is the Great Replacement, this demographic countdown, which already makes us realise the possibility of becoming a minority on the land of our ancestors,” Maréchal said.

She added that the consequences of the Great Replacement would be a “multicultural society that wants to be fractured and violent”.

Furthermore, reporter Chris Tomlinson of Breitbart.com notes;

The theory of the Great Replacement, in which mass migration results in social and demographic upheaval, was coined by prolific French writer Renaud Camus who said it was a result of the interchangeability of everything applied to human beings.

Tomlinson also noted;

While she did not put herself forward as a potential candidate in the 2022 French presidential elections, Maréchal said: “Tomorrow, and I am deeply convinced about this, we will be in power.”

As noted by Australia’s News.com.au, in the French city of Toulon she recently stated that as far as the tsunami of even more Moslems emigrating to her nation;

“Muslims could only be French if they followed a ‘customs and a lifestyle’ shaped by centuries of Christianity, saying: ‘We are not a land of Islam.'”

“In our country, we don’t wear djellaba clothing [traditional Moroccan garb], we don’t wear a veil and we don’t impose cathedral-sized mosques,” she said.

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When did ‘Nationalism,’ ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Populism’ become dirty words?

Nationalists.

Without fail, within five minutes of reading or viewing any of the Establishment Media outlets, you’ll be told that the words “nationalist,” alt-right” or “populist” are somehow on the same level as 40-grit toilet paper or the upside of necrophilia.

Needless to say, this is just another example of the MSM strong-arming us to accepting their definitions.

Rest assured, not only will I not break… I refuse to bend, even a little. So while the likes of the New York Times, CNN, etc, do their best to be the Language Gestapo, let’s break-down what these words really mean.

Alt-Right.

Nationalism – According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary: loyalty and devotion to a nation; especially : a sense of national consciousness exalting one nation above all others and placing primary emphasis on promotion of its culture and interests as opposed to those of other nations.

Sounds to me like good old-fashioned patriotism, political correctness be damned.

Alt-Right – There is no textbook definition for this word, but know this has nothing to do with Skinheads, the KKK, Nazis or eugenics. After all, the Democrats have cornered the market on eugenics, and when it comes to squashing free speech they certainly give Skinheads, the KKK, and Nazis a run for their money.

Anyhow, the term alt-right was coined in 2008 by philosopher, historian, and columnist Paul Gottfried when he described conservatives who not only rejected totalitarian, big-government Democrats (think Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer), but also in rejecting totalitarian, big-government Republicans (think Lindsay Graham and John McCain).

In its original meaning, alt-right is synonymous with independent conservative or conservatarian.

Personally speaking, alt-righters like me stand against RINOs, The Deep State, and The Swamp. Just like how my president stands against them.

Populism – Again, according to Merriam-Webster: a member of a political party claiming to represent the common people; a believer in the rights, wisdom, or virtues of the common people.

Kind of like the Founding Fathers, huh?

Populist.

Europe grows a backbone, demos planned against Islamization of their nations

After decades of European leadership inviting, subsidizing and tolerating millions of Muslims into their various nations, it appears the lowly peasants have has enough of their liberal elite abandoning thousands of years of European civilization and the Christian Faith in order to appease the Saracens. Continue reading “Europe grows a backbone, demos planned against Islamization of their nations”

German-Jews march for their Fatherland, against Islamization

German Jews join in singing German National Anthem.While most Americans associate Das Lied der Deutschen (The Song of the Germans) with the Nazis, more than a few Yanks would be somewhat surprised to know it’s still the official national anthem of the Federal Republic. What may catch more than a few off guard would be the knowledge that during pro-German rallies recently held throughout the republic, it’s just not that unusual to see marchers carrying placards and flags bearing the Star of David. Among those belting out the words “Deutschland, Deutschland über alles” are those of Jewish lineage and faith (see video).

Continue reading “German-Jews march for their Fatherland, against Islamization”